Question: What can you not eat in Tanzania?

Is it safe to eat food in Tanzania?

Most food in Tanzania is safe to eat, but be wary of ice in drinks and washed salads and fruits, and always ask where the water has come from. Also avoid reheated food or food that has been sitting around for awhile -- equally relevant to a street stall and a hotel buffet.

What type of food do they eat in Tanzania?

Some typical mainland Tanzanian foods include wali (rice), ugali (maize porridge), nyama choma (grilled meat), mshikaki (marinated beef), samaki (fish), pilau (rice mixed with a variety of spices), biriyani, and ndizi-nyama (plantains with meat).

Can you drink the water in Tanzania?

It is not safe to drink tap water in Tanzania. In fact, it is advisable to use tap water only for showering or washing your hands. To avoid health problems, use only bottled or filtered water for drinking and brushing your teeth.

Is English spoken in Tanzania?

About 10% were estimated in 1971 to be speakers of Swahili as their mother tongue. Apart from these indigenous languages, there is one very important foreign language, English. Although Tanzania is often characterized as English-speaking, a very small percentage of the population speaks English.

What is the richest tribe in Tanzania?

Chaga, also spelled Chagga, Bantu-speaking people living on the fertile southern slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro in northern Tanzania. They are one of the wealthiest and most highly organized of Tanzanian peoples.

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