Birds of Tanzania, land of eagles and flamingos

  Birdwatching in Tanzania? No better place in the world. Tanzania is home to over 1000 species of wild birds, and  29 of them are endemic, which means you can only meet them here. This nation is famous in the world for its National Parks, such as Kilimanjaro, Tarangire, Serengeti, Arusha and many others. You [...]
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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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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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The Masaai Tribe

The land of Masaai has recently become also the name of a National Park, Masaai Mara. These people are the real soul of Eastern Africa and especially of Tanzania and Kenya. A safari would not even be a safari if you could not meet and greet these wonderful men and women, bright in their lively [...]
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Kilimanjaro Itineraries 4: Shira Plateau

Shira Route used to be the only road to climb Kilimanjaro, in the past. It was then replaced by Lemosho and Mweka, but recovered in recent years. Today, this is one of the most charming routes to the great volcano, though not so many people choose it as their safari. The main problem with this [...]
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