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Safari Accommodation in Tanzania

Accommodation around Tanzania, what you get depends largely on what you pay for, though in general, they’re always with good value. You can certainly expect clean bed sheets and private showers in many of them, but you don’t always get a air condition or mosquito net and, if you’re paying bottom prices, the showers will […]

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Most Popular National Parks in Kenya

Kenya’s national park and game reserves rate among the best in Africa. Obviously the tremendous variety of birds and mammals is the main attraction, and the more popular parks such as Maasai Mara Game Reserve and Amboseli national park see huge numbers of visitors from the budget camper to the hundreds of dollars a day […]

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Tarangire National Park Flora and Fauna

Smaller, less known and less visited than the protected area of ​​Ngorongoro or the Serengeti Park. Tarangire Park has kept all its authenticity and beauty. Tarangire national park covers 2,850 km2 and is located at an altitude of 1,100 m. Until its foundation in 1970, the nomadic Maasai pastoralism lived there. It was their land, […]

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Ngorongoro Crater Travel Guide

“Eighth wonder of the world”, “heavenly paradise”, “magic cauldron”, “temple of aesthetics”, “garden of Eden”, “welcome site for Noah’s ark” … Almost everything was said about this place, known worldwide and classified by UNESCO on the list of World Heritage. All of these definitions actually relate to a very small part of the Ngorongoro Protected Area […]

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Best tips to have a fabulous Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking Tour

The first mention of Mount Kilimanjaro dates back to antiquity and returned to the geographer Ptolemy. He quotes a “big snowy mountain”. The name Kilimanjaro comes from the Swahili word Kilima which was derived from Chagga word Kilema which means difficult (Kilima means mountain) and the word Njaro could mean caravan in Chagga dialect which […]

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A Travel Guide to Arusha National Park and Mount Meru Trekking

Located 25 km north-east of Arusha and 58 km from Moshi.  Arusha national park is relatively small in size (137 km2) and has many fewer animals than other parks in Tanzania. It is made up of distinct parts. The small crater of Ngurdoto, with its steep edges, the reign of Momella, with its salt water […]

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Everything you need to know About Olduvai Gorge

Located in a lost corner of  East Africa. In the southeast of the Serengeti national park on the edge of the pristine region of Ngorongoro, this semi-arid gorge and depopulated forms a strange break in the landscape. 40 km long, 90 m deep on average, it suddenly breaks with the dreary of the arid steppes.Olduvai […]

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Where To Begin When It’s Time To Visit Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is in the heart of the vast savannas of East Africa, between 1000 m and 2000 m altitude and most of the time it is hot and humid, you can find this incredible national park in northern Tanzania and covered an area of 14763 km2. In 1951 it was declared as a […]

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Guide to the Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Season

No need to introduce the Serengeti wildebeest migration. This funny beast (wildebeest) looks like a big, awkward antelope: a body and horns of cattle, and a grubby sheep’s head. Its silhouette evokes something suspicious and obstinate, like the buffalo.The wildebeest does not look very smart, it must be said. But he is an intrepid traveller, […]

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Best Things To Do in Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania

Finally water! Lake Manyara National Park has something unique. It is a huge valley (the Rift Valley), whose flat bottom is partly occupied by a large lake and a piece of tropical forest (in the north-west part only)The lake stretches for forty kilometres from north to south and about fifteen kilometres from east to west. […]

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