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Archive | Tanzania
Some excellent travel advise: Christopher Clark tells us what to do, what to bring and what to expect on an overland safari in Southern Africa.
Tanzanian game ranger discusses his fears about the rise in elephant poaching in Selous Game reserve.
This blogger witnesses a once-in-a-lifetime hunt as a cheetah takes down a lone wildebeest in Ndutu, Tanzania.
The story of a baby elephant rescue at Tarangire National Park in Tanzania.
Lake Natron may be under threat as Tanzania plans to mine in a flamingo breeding ground that is not only regionally important, but globally.
When you visit the Serengeti, you don’t only view lions, leopards or thousands upon thousands of wildebeest and other game. But you observe an African wilderness that is far beyond the comprehension of one’s imagination.
Every day at Ruaha brings new joys, as you never know who is going to turn up next.
Ovelanders Patrick an Chloe visit Lake Chala and the Amboni Caves in Tanzania.
Follow these overlanders as they travel from the coast to the mountains in Tanzania.
Interview with the Maasai and Samburu tribes to determine their views on owning cows vs. camels accordingly to practicality and tradition.
Zanzibar, with all its clichés that make it out to be the ultimate travel destination, is even better than these travellers expected.
Arriving at Udzungwa Mountains National Park in Tanzania, travellers Patrick and Chloe share their experience with us.
Sue Stolberger had an amazing few hours at Ruaha National Park in Tanzania in early August, sighting eleven different animal species in one sitting. Can you guess all the animals in these pictures?
We began the formidable 4 day journey through Zambia and into Tanzania, stopping at Victoria falls during our gruelling journey. The falls were spectacular; any more adjectives here would just be superfluous. We saw the falls during the dry season…
Having only been awarded the protective status of National Park in the late 1960s, the significance of Tanzania’s smallest forest reserve was, for a long time, unrecognised. Had this transition not taken place, the world might today be oblivious to…
Earlier this year Tanzania applied to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) for permission to hold a one-off sale of 101 tonnes of stockpiled ivory and to reduce protection for its elephant…
I am not alone in harbouring a slightly sceptical view of zoos, however, I have recently come to realise their value when it comes to conservation efforts. Case in point the Kihansi spray toad. This little guy is a native…
Landmines and tuberculosis – not two subjects that pop up often in the same sentence. However, as unrelated as they seem, they share one significant common denominator. Both landmines and tuberculosis have widespread, negative consequences for many of Africa’s citizens.…