The north and the coastal area, as well as the former caravan routes, are largely Islamic. Between 30-40% of the population are Muslim (at least 98% in Zanzibar). In the interior of the country, however, Christianity has spread widely. Between 30-40% of the population here is christians, most of them are catholics.
Very long prison sentences are still given in Tanzania today. We therefore advise you to be careful.
As in all tropical countries, there are a few things to consider in Tanzania. Before entering the country, you should get vaccinated against measles, yellow fever, hepatitis B, typhoid and meningococcal disease. Please, take a consultation of your family doctor. You should also protect yourself from the country's insects to avoid illness. During your stay in Tanzania, we advise you to refrain from drinking water that was not bought packaged.