A waterfall at the base of Mt. Kilimanjaro
The biggest attraction on land is the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro. This attraction is the highest point in all of Africa, and one of the Seven Summits at 5,895 meters high. At Kilimanjaro National park, visitors can pay to climb Kilimanjaro. But there are rules you have to follow to stay safe and not get hurt.
Tanzania is also located by some major bodies of water important to Africa. These lakes include: Lake Victoria (the largest lake in Africa, and second largest freshwater lake in the world), Lake Tanganyika (the longest lake in the world), and Lake Nyasa (also known as Lake Malawi). The ocean it is located by is the Indian Ocean. With it's white sand and clear blue waters, Zanzibar Beaches are the most famous beaches in Tanzania.
Tanzania from space at night might give you an idea of its population with electricty
Tanzania's estimated population is 50.7 million people (world rank 25th) as of the 2014 estimate. Tanzania's population is medium amount. This country's population density is 148 people per square mile (also from the 2014 estimate). Tanzania is not really crowded, the world rank is 150th. The population growth rate for Tanzania is 3.14% per year. Tanzania's population is growing really fast. The fertility rate for Tanzania is 5.14 births per woman.
The five largest cities in Tanzania are Dar es Salaam(4.365 million people), Mwanza(436,801 people), Zanzibar(403,658 people), Arusha(416,442 people), and Mbeya(291,649 people).
Starting with the first meal of the day, breakfast in Tanzania is simple and light. To drink in the morning, they have chai; tea with milk and 3 spoons of sugar, with bread. Uji is a millet poridge and is also a breakfast option. Normally eaten at 1pm, lunch is a big, filling meal. Rice is a common staple throughout Tanzania. Along the coast there will be pilau rice, or rice that has been cooked with a variety of spices such as cumin, coriander, and cardamom. Indian flatbreads are also commenly eaten with lunch. Dinner in much like lunch; rice, ugali, and for dinner, meat if some is affordable.