Some Some countries make noise. Tanzania makes music. Its largest soundstage – the vast Serengeti plains – hosts earth’s most spectacular natural show, the great migration. Not only do grasses sway to the millions of wildebeest hoof beats, but so do the lucky visitors who drop in each year. Melodies of different sorts, whether the chants of leaping Masai warriors, the litting songs of Kilimanjaro guides or the rhythmic lapping of turquoise waters on Zanzibar’s shores, are as intrinsic to travellers’ experiences as Tanzania’s epic visuals – dramatic Rift Valley landscapes, colourfully clad locals and spellbinding wildlife. Although the nation is home to one of Africa’s most diverse populations, tribal rivalries are almost nonexistent. As you’d expect from a great maestro, harmony reigns.