Being a European colony for several hundred years and also being a largely Christian country means that they only cultural difference that should be noticeable are in the more rural areas, you can still see the British and foreign influences in all the big cities in Kenya.
There are small things you'll need to watch out for like only shaking hands or passing items to a person with your right hand - the left hand is considered unclean and you should also avoid pointing at somebody with your finger.
At the same time, however, repressive, corrupting influences emanating from the colonial, socialist, and capitalist eras have fostered among many Tanzanians an attitude of dependency and fatalistic resignation that helps keep the country one of the poorest in the world. Covering approximately 365,000 square miles (945,000 square kilometers)—an area about one and one-half times the size of Texas, Tanzania lies on the east coast of Africa, just south of the equator.
Tanzanians have been able to resolve most internal problems without resorting to violence because of a shared language, the lack of political or economic dominance by any ethnic group, and the strong leadership provided by Julius Nyerere (1922–1999), the first president of Tanzania.In 1964, Tanganyika was joined with Zanzibar, an offshore archipelago of islands, to form the present United Republic of Tanzania.Because of a unique combination of historic and cultural factors, Tanzanians share strong feelings of national pride and cohesion.We suggest that you also check with state, county, and municipal authorities for local restrictions on importing pets.Some airlines require health certificates for pets traveling with them.