Tanzania in low season, 5 reasons for visiting

  African nations do not have a real "winter season" . So when you speak of "low tourist season" you indicate those periods when the weather is not good for touring, like the time of the heavy rains. But even these wet seasons can hide wonders, and can allow people to find out a unique [...]
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Birdwatching safari, how and where to do it

  Many people think of Africa as the land of wild, ferocious animals only. Which is true, because lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas are the main attractions of this huge, wonderful continent. But while you are there, taking photos of the most beautiful beasts on Earth you will find out that Africa is also the magic [...]
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Year 2020 hits again in Zanzibar

House of Wonders (Beit Al Ajaib), the majestic palace in Stone Town, Zanzibar, collapsed the 25th of December 2020.   This year 2020 will be remembered for the Covid-19 world pandemic, but on the Island of  Zanzibar, where apparently the pandemic ended in May, the collapse of the House of Wonder will be a more [...]
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Mandatory E-visa for Kenya from January 2021

The electronic visa (eVisa) for Kenya will become mandatory for visitors from all countries from January 2021.   Actually more than 140 different countries are allowed to require e-visa for Kenya, which is a streamlined process to quickly and easily obtain authorization to enter into the country. This will be soon expanded to include all [...]
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Ancient Stone Town’s Shirazi Cemetery

Stone Town is the name of the oldest part of the city of Zanzibar. It is the very first core of the island's capital, mostly built in stone. This is one of the most important historical areas of Tanzania, because it shows the mix of cultures that made Zanzibar the paradise it is today. Visiting Stone [...]
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