Tanzania is the home of Tanzanite- President Samia
By Prosper Makene
THE sterling of the ‘Royal Tour’ documentary, the Tanzania President Samia Suluhu Hassan said that Tanzania is the home of Tanzanite.
Speaking while on his tour to record the ‘Royal Tour’ documentary set to promote Tanzania globally on Sunday at Mirerani in Manyara Region, the East Africa nation president said that the film will reveal the truth on to where the Tanzanite is mined.
“This film will tell the world truth that Tanzania is the home of Tanzanite,” one of the few presidents in Africa and particularly in the world said.
Samia pointed out that Tanzanite is the only germstone that cannot found anywhere in the world but Tanzania, saying earlier, the gemstone was sold randomly in various countries without people to know the locality where it came from.
“The documentary will prove wrong to some of the nations who are claiming that Tanzanite producing to their countries,” she said.
The head of state started the recording of the ‘Royal Tour’ documentary, in promoting Tanzania globally, on August 28, 2021 in Unguja.
President Samia takes the day on Sunday to also record the Royal Documentary at Mountain Kilimanjaro.
The documentary will also prove to the world that Mount Kilimanjaro is located in Tanzania and not otherwise.
However, the President’s Royal Tour documentary will feature some of the Tanzania’s top tourism destinations.
Meanwhile, Tanzania is home to some of Africa’s most famous national parks and natural attractions, including majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. Consequently, the most popular things to do in Tanzania and the reason many people visit the country, are the safaris and wildlife-related adventures.
Most visitors will find themselves passing through Dar es Salaam and heading out to the wilderness areas and other destinations. For those who want to spend some time soaking up the sun, the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar beckon.
Off Pemba and Mafia islands is another kind of natural wonder, appreciated by the scuba divers and snorkelers who come here from around the world to experience the coral gardens, colorful fish, and crystal clear waters.