Arusha, the safari capital city

Arusha is not the capital city of Tanzania, but it is a capital. You can call it the "Masaai's capital city", because most part of its 416.000 inhabitants belongs to these people. Or you can call it "Safari capital city" because this is the starting point of many itineraries to the wildest Africa. Arusha is [...]
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Why Mikumi National Park deserves to be on every safari-goer’s must-see list

Between a quarter and 30% of Tanzania consists of national parks, game reserves and protected areas. When one thinks of a safari in Tanzania, thoughts immediately turn to world-renowned parks, such as the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the northern part of the country. But still, some of the lesser-known parks in [...]
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Ruaha National Park: Tanzania’s best-kept safari secret

The largest national park in East Africa, Ruaha is the perfect destination for adventurers willing to spot wildlife and experience Africa in all its untamed glory. Located in the heart of Tanzania, Ruaha National Park is a huge area of pristine African wilderness rich in wildlife and still largely off the tourist radar. Swarms of tourists is [...]
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Zanzibar: Masingini Forest

Zanzibar is not just about dream beaches and crystal clear waters. Masingini Forest proves it. It's a large forest close to the city, this allows you to reach it without making big trips. You can go on a nice hike among red monkeys and ancient trees. You can access it for free although, to explore [...]
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