Safari and Beach Holidays


About UsHoneymoon SafariHoneymoons or CouplesSafari Holidays
Family Holiday Packages
Executive Luxury Safaris

Kenya Travel GuideSafari Comments
Kenya Holiday Reviews Balloon Safaris
Hot Air Balloon SafarisSafari and Beach Holidays
ATOL Financial Protection

safari holidays to kenya

Economy - Overview: Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world. The economy depends heavily on agriculture, which accounts for almost half of GDP, provides 85% of exports, and employs 80% of the work force. Topography and climatic conditions, however, limit cultivated crops to only 4% of the land area. Industry traditionally featured the processing of agricultural products and light consumer goods. The World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and bilateral donors have provided funds to rehabilitate Tanzania 's out-of-date economic infrastructure and to alleviate poverty. Growth in 1991-2002 featured a pickup in industrial production and a substantial increase in output of minerals, led by gold. Recent banking reforms have helped increase private sector growth and investment. Continued donor assistance and solid macroeconomic policies supported real GDP growth of nearly 6% in 2004.Population below poverty line: 36% (2002 est.) Agriculture - products: coffee, sisal, tea, cotton, pyrethrum (insecticide made from chrysanthemums), cashew nuts, tobacco, cloves, corn, wheat, cassava (tapioca), bananas, fruits, vegetables; cattle, sheep, goatsExports - commodities: Gold, coffee, cashew nuts, manufactures, cotton Exports - partners: Japan 9.9%, India 8.9%, Netherlands 8.5%, Germany 5.5%, UK 5.5%, Kenya 4.9%, Belgium 4.1% (2003) Currency: Tanzanian shilling (TZS) Currency code: TZS Exchange rates: Tanzanian shillings per US dollar - 1,119.28 (2004), 966.583 (2003), 966.583 (2002), 876.412 (2001), 800.409 (2000) Fiscal year: 1 July - 30 June Internet country code: .tz Internet hosts: 5,534 (2003) Internet users: 250,000 (2003) TransportationRailways: total: 3,690 km Narrow gauge: 969 km 1.067-m gauge; 2,721 km 1.000-m gauge (2003) Highways: total: 88,200 km, paved: 3,704 km, unpaved: 84,496 km (1999 est.) Waterways: Lake Tanganyika, Lake Victoria, and Lake Nyasa principal avenues of commerce with neighboring countries; rivers not navigable (2004) Pipelines: gas 29 km; oil 866 km (2004) Ports and harbors: Bukoba, Dar es Salaam, Kigoma, Kilwa Masoko, Lindi, Mtwara, Mwanza, Pangani, Tanga, Wete, Zanzibar

safari holidays to kenya





MADUKHA TOURS UK Suite 12 Friary Chambers, Whitefriargate, Hull High Street, East Yorkshire, HU1 2HA

Tel: 0845 257 7005 | Fax: 0148 221 3881 | Enquiry Form

Kenya Safaris
Kenya Holidays
Kenya Safari Holidays
Kenya Luxury Holidays
Kenya Safari Packages
Kenya Mountain Climbing
Kenya Fishing Holidays
Kenya Beach Holidays
African Safari Holidays
African Beach Holidays
Safari Holiday Articles
Mauritius Holidays
Seychelles Holidays
Zambia Holidays
Namibia Holidays
South Africa Holidays
Kenya Hotels
African Holidays
Zanzibar Holidays
Weddings in Kenya
Kenya Honemoon Holidays
Kenya All Inclusive Packages
Kenya Hot Air Balloon Safaris
Kenya Safari and Beach Packages
Kenya Safari Lodges
Kenya Safari Camps
Kenya National Parks
Kenya Game Reserves
Nairobi Hotels
Mombasa Hotels
Kenya Safari Holidays Prices
Car Shipping to Botswana
African Safaris
Africa Holidays
Kenya Safari
Egypt Holidays
Kenya Car Hire
Car Shipping
Car Shipping to Kenya
Kenya Family Holidays
Kenya Beach Resorts
Botswana Holidays
Kenya Luxury Safaris
Kenya Ocean Diving
Kenya Family Safaris
Kenya Luxury Holidays
Mozambique Holidays
Privacy Policy | Booking Conditions | Contact Us | Site Map
Copyright 2013 Madukha Tours & Safaris. All Rights Reserved.
Madukha Tours, providing amazing safari experiences since 1993
YOUR MONEY IS SAFE WITH MADUKHA
The air holiday packages shown are ATOL protected by the Civil Aviation Authority under ATOL number 9559. Please refer to our booking conditions.

Designed by Cheap Websites Design All rights reserved 2013