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Tanzania Souvenirs Shopping Guide

 This breathtakingly beautiful country will take you back to the origins of man (Olduvai Gorge), to the sources of life. As much as a trip to space, a safari in Tanzania is an amazing experience in lifetime, an unforgettable foray into the animal world.The national parks in Tanzania are much more extensive (especially the Serengeti […]

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Make the most of your trip to Jozani Forest in Zanzibar

Jozani Nature Reserve.While in Zanzibar one of the activity you can do is to visit Jozani forest which you can go anytime of the year between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Once arrived you will find a reception desk at the entrance where you can pay the entrance fee and get in. There are professional […]

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15 Old Films You Must Watch Before Going on an African Safari

Going on an African Safari is a special and a lifetime experience. Recently it has been popular for many travelers to visit Africa continent and especially the East African countries, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.This regions have a lot to offer for sighting and tourism in Africa. From the famous Serengeti plains which connect to […]

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Best Tips to Know about Tanzania Cuisine and Eating Culture

Tanzania cuisine is among the best experience while travel to Tanzania. You can find restaurants and hotels in most places of the country, the menu is generally fixed and the food real taste good. In almost all the lodges, there are lunch buffets with a wide variety of dishes from raw vegetables, Italian spaghetti, European […]

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Zanzibar Spice Tour Complete Guide

There is a small piece of spice land a few miles from Stone town. One of the famous day trip. Spice Tour, the most visited area around Zanzibar, there are some fees they have to be paid to the farm owners to get in for the tour.This kind of tour can be organized by Shizi […]

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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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