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A Strategy for Tourism Development in Southern Tanzania

Executive Summary

The Context
Southern Tanzania has a vast endowment of tourism assets. The principle draw is its national parks and reserves, which primarily offer wildlife safaris, including photographic safaris, walking safaris, night game drives, and boat safaris. Of these, Mikumi National Park, Ruaha National Park, and the Selous Game Reserve are the most popular, accounting for more than 75% of visitors to the region. In addition, the region also boasts beach and marine attractions along the Indian Ocean coastline, mountain ranges such as the Udzungwa Mountains National Park and historical sites such as Kilwa World Heritage Site. Together these attractions provide a diverse palette of activities for potential visitors.

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