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Tanzania contains Africa’s highest point in Mount Kilimanjaro as well as several lakes, mountains, and of course, the national parks which give it a diverse range of geographical settings.
Mount Kilimanjaro, along with other mountains are located in the North East of the country while the famous Serengeti national park lies on the border with Zambia. Lake Victoria also lies on the northern border of Tanzania.
Central Tanzania is a plateau and also where the political capital of the country is located.
Tanzania is divided into 26 regions; 21 on the mainland, 3 on Zanzibar island, and 2 on Pemba island.
Traditionally, breakfast in Tanzania is light, usually bread or chapatti accompanied by tea or coffee.
This is followed by lunch, which traditionally is eaten with hands along with your friends and family. The most common Tanzanian food is ugali, which is a starchy side made of cornmeal. This is accompanied by the meat in some form.
Dinner is usually like lunch with ugali, meat, and rice covering the majority of the plate.
Besides these regular foods, Nyama Choma, Pilau, Ndizi Kaanga are some of the famous dishes of Tanzania.
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