• Sunset <br/>
    "An Opportunity to reset"
    Ngua View Point at Amani Nature Forest Reserves
  • Lake Ngosi
    Lake Ngosi
    ''The Second largest Crater Lake in Africa
    with the shape of African Map"
  • Kayaking!
    Kayakin at Pugu Kazimzumbwi - Minaki Dam
  • Tourist at the Peak
    Tourist at the Peak
    Kigulu Hakwea Peak at Magamba
  • The Beauty of Magamba
    The Beauty of Magamba
    Black and White Collubas Monkey at Magamba Forest Reserve
  • Camping!
    Allow your body to releases higher levels of
    serotonin, and produced neurotransmitter
    that helps regulate your mood, appetite & sleep.
  • Cormorants <br/>at Lake Duluti
    at Lake Duluti
    ''Incredible divers and able to move quickly through the water.''

Explore our Forest Reserves

The United Republic of Tanzania, is one of East Africa countries within the Africa Great Lakes Region. Tanzania borders Uganda to the North; Kenya to the Northeast; Comoro Islands and the Indian Ocean to the East; Mozambique and Malawi to the South; Zambia to the Southwest; and Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of Congo in the Western side. Tanzania is endowed with different terrains and climate, which allow lives of various species of flora and fauna. The country has both the highest and the  lowest points in Africa; i.e the top of Mount Kilimanjaro and the floor of Lake Tanganyika respectively. Mount Kilimanjaro is in the Northeastern while Lake Tanganyika is in the West. Tanzania is situated just south of the Equator…

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Vikundu Forest Reserves
Vikundu Forest Reserves

Vikindu Forest Reserve covers an area of 1,710Ha of which all are Natural Forest. Vikindu…


Utete Hotspring
Utete Hotspring

The Utete Spring Reservoir is located in Utete town, Rufiji District, Coast Province. The…


Did You Know?

"If there are no mangrove forests, then the sea will have no meaning. It is like having a tree with no roots, for the mangroves are the roots of the sea."— fisherman, Trang Province, southern Thailand

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The Home of SaintPaulia (African Violet) Flowers

Why should you visit our FNR's?

    • Green Forest have the color of nature and health,they represent growth, nature, money, fertility and safety.The forests green color is a relaxing color that is pleasing to the eyes and is said to have healing powers.
    • Green means safety - it is the color of "GO" in road traffic.
    • The Sanskirt name for our Heart Chakra is Anahata Chakra, and it means "unhurt, un-truck, and unbeaten". Serenity, calmness, balance and feeling kindness and compassion for yourself and others are the themes of Heart Chakra.
    • The Serenity and greeness of the natural forests and Waterfalls relieve and provide both mental and physical relaxation, helps treat depression,nervousness and anxiety as well as provides a sense of renewal. Frequent visit to these forest and waterfalls helps re-align the human spirit, body and mind back to one in meditation.


Our Forest Nature Reserves contains variety of attractions which gives you the reason why to visit,these including:

  • Exquisite patches of camphor trees
  • Beautiful Tuvui Water Falls
  • Old German Boma
  • Old German Caves
  • Jiwe la Mungu Viewpoints
  • Beautiful Butterflies Watching Sites
  • Sunrise and Sunset Viewpoints