Author Archives: Ahnika Joseph

How To Prepare For An Amazing Safari Camping Experience

If you’re planning on going camping on a safari, there are some things you need to do in order to prepare for the experience. In this article, we’ll cover the basics of what you need to do to make sure your trip is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. What To Bring With You On Your Safari Trip? One of ...

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How To Make The Most Out Of Your Safari Trip

woman enjoying a Safari tour

Going on safari is a dream come true for many people. It’s a chance to see some of the most amazing animals in their natural habitat, and it can be an incredibly rewarding experience. However, it’s important to make the most out of your safari trip if you want to get the most out of it. Here are some tips ...

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Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Nairobi National Park

wild animals at a National Park in Kenya

If Tanzania has its Mikumi National Park, Kenya also has the Nairobi National Park, which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kenya. The park is a major attraction due to its close proximity to the city of Nairobi and the abundant wildlife that can be found there. Visitors can enjoy game drives, nature walks, and bird watching ...

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Lake Victoria: A Beautiful Place To Visit

boating and fishing

The Western Circuit includes lots of beautiful areas where you can do a variety of activities. One of them is Lake Victoria. This is one of the most beautiful places in Africa. It is located on the border between Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda. The lake has a rich variety of fish species that attract tourists from all over the world ...

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Mikumi National Park: A Breathtaking Safari Destination

African Elephant found in Tanzania

Mikumi National Park is Tanzania’s fourth largest national park and was established in 1964. The park is relatively undeveloped and covers an area of 3897 sq km. This area includes grassland, mountains, lakes, rivers, dry forest, caves, and large herds of animals such as lions, elephants, zebras, and buffalo. Hippos are also commonly seen in the park. So what activities ...

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6 Day Tours to Mikumi, Udzungwa and Selous

Our 6 Day Tours to Mikumi, Udzungwa and Selous Itinerary is a Tanzania famous southern circuit adventure especially in Udzungwa with species that are not found elsewhere in the world, Selous regarded as one of the largest game reserve in the world and Mikumi National Park Day 1. Pick clients and drive to Mikumi. Lunch at Genesis Lodge. Afternoon game drives in Mikumi ...

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7 Day Tours to Manyara, Serengeti, Ngorongoro

Tours to Serengeti is so amazing to see multitudes  of zebras, antelopes and wildebeest going to and from the Serengeti plain seeking for water and pasture. The visit of Ngorongoro crater on the other hand bring you to the world most fascinating destination where millions of different species form one ecosystem in one crater floor. Other visited destinations are Lake Manyara and Olduvai Gorge Day 1: Arusha ...

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12 Day Amazing Wildlife and Cultural Tours to Tanzania

The 12 Day Amazing Wildlife and Cultural Tours to Tanzania will have great safaris and unlimited adventures to Manyara / Lake Natron/Olduvai Gorge / Ngorongoro /Serengeti / Lake Eyasi / Tarangire / Cultural Tourism / Arusha Park. DAY 00: Arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport, meet and transfer to Arusha or Moshi for Meals and overnight. Day 01: After breakfast, with picnic lunch, drive to Lake Manyara via ...

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6 Day Kilimanjaro Climbing, Machame Route

Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing VIA Machame route is probably the most beautiful route to the top of Kilimanjaro. All your equipment and supplies are carried by porters and a cook prepares all your meals. Where accommodation on the Marangu route is in huts, the Machame route offers strictly tents only. This makes Machame (also referred to as the “Whiskey route”) better suited to the ...

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Travel Tips

Full Name: United Republic of Tanzania Capital City: Dodoma Business Main City: Dar es salaam Tourist Main Portal: Arusha Time: GMT +3 hours Mainland Independence: 9 December 1961 Union: April 25, 1964 Currency: Tanzania Shilling (TZS.) Main activities: Agriculture, mining, tourism Language and Culture The official language is Kiswahili, which is generally spoken, and various local languages abound. Although English is the second official language, it is widely spoken ...

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