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What Can You Do & See in Zanzibar Archipelagos?

What Can You Do & See in Zanzibar Archipelagos?

Zanzibar is known as an island paradise around the world. A wonderful vacation spot is actually a group of islands consisting of 2 large islands, Pemba and Unguja, and several other small islands. The beautiful vacation destination features the entire eastern coast plus miles and miles of sandy pristine beaches. Here are 10 reasons why you should head over to Zanzibar for your next vacation:&nb...

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Mount Kilimanjaro Important Information that You Didn't Know

Mount Kilimanjaro Important Information that You Didn't Know

Since its official opening in 1977, Kilimanjaro National Park has become one of Tanzania’s most visited parks. Unlike the other northern parks, this isn’t for the wildlife-although wildlife is there. Rather, it’s to gaze in awe at a mountain on the equator capped with snow and to take advantage of the chance to climb to the top of Africa.

At the heart of the park stands a 58...

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18 Quick tips for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

18 Quick tips for Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

If you are looking forward to climbing Mount Kilimanjaro sometime soon, then we suggest that you prepare earlier the necessary gears for your Mount Kilimanjaro climbing adventure. Bring those items that are not optional but essential for your comfort and safety and enjoyable climbing.1: Physical PreparationsIt is important that your body is adequately prepared for the physical challenges of Mou...

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9 Things Nobody Tells You About Traveling in Tanzania

9 Things Nobody Tells You About Traveling in Tanzania

Tanzania is a country in East Africa. It borders Kenya to the north east, Uganda to the north, Rwanda and Burundi to the west, and Zambia to the southwest. It is surrounded by water on three sides: Lake Victoria, Lake Nyasa, and the Indian Ocean. Tanzania has about 60 million people, with over half being ethnic tribes or peoples known as the Hadza or Maasai, who are pastoralists...

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What Legend has to say about Mount Kilimanjaro

What Legend has to say about Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro Story From ancient Ethiopian emperors to modern US presidents, Mount Kilimanjaro’s majestic snowcapped peak attracts adventurous from all over the world. According to legend, the first person to ascend Mount Kilimanjaro was King Menelik I, supposedly the son of King Solomon and Queen of Sheba. He ruled the Axumite Empire in what is now northern Ethiopia in the 10th Century BC ...

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The History of A Safari in Africa

The History of A Safari in Africa

SAFARIIn Swahili, Safari simply means “Journey” today the word is synonymous with the thrill of seeing Africa’s great wildlife.Images of the grand hunting safari, complete with an entourage of porters, still abound in Tanzania, immortalized by adventures of glamorous big game hunters such as Ernest Hemingway. Today, it is photographic rather than hunting safaris that form the ma...

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How Long Does It Take to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro With A Guide?

How Long Does It Take to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro With A Guide?

It takes at least 5 days to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. Though, a minimum of 6 days, and preferably 7 or 9 days, can give you a far better chance of reaching the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro. For those with a longer time to spare, there are several other slow and scenic climbing routes that can be done over 10 or more days.

Mount Kilimanjaro is an extraordinary natural icon. The wo...

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