Wild dogs: a lost species is returned to Serengeti National Park.
Wild dogs: a lost species is returned to Serengeti National Park.
A new forensic lab has been set up in Kenya to analyse DNA evidence of poachers taken from seized animal parts.
VETPAW, famous for their ‘Badass, Tattooed Army Vet Who’s Hunting Down Poachers in Africa’ has been kicked out of Tanzania.
The best places to see whale sharks in Africa.
The 8th Annual Ngorongoro Marathon will take place on 18 April 2015 in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
A gruelling three day climb to reach the peak of Mt Meru – Tanzania’s 2nd highest peak.
An update on the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) report that showed Tanzania as a key player in the illegal ivory trade.
7 places to consider for amazing underwater adventures in Tanzania.
The government of United Republic of Tanzania says they have never had any plan to evict the Maasai people from their ancestral land.
Tanzania has been accused of reneging on its promise to 40 000 Maasai pastoralists by going ahead with plans to evict them and turn their ancestral land into a reserve for the royal family of Dubai to hunt big game.
The Serengeti is a place that is hard wired into our DNA and it’s a place that we all have to visit, if possible more than once.
Lion cubs play mechanic on a safari vehicle in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater.
A new report reveals that Chinese-led criminal gangs are conspiring with corrupt Tanzanian officials to traffic huge amounts of ivory, a trade which has caused half of Tanzania’s elephants to be poached in the past five years.
Motherboard has gotten its hands on some horrifying video footage of hunting and wild animal abuse in Tanzania with a company known as Green Mile Safari.
Alamnyak Thaddeu has big plans for a bee-keeping project in his Loiborsoit community in Tanzania.
The battle against the construction of a highway through the Serengeti has been won yet the war still continues as there are potholes in the verdict.
According to Dr Jane Goodall, the loss of habitat and climate change will see that the great apes: chimpanzees, gorillas, bonobos, orangutans and gibbons are pushed to extinction in coming years, if people don’t act soon.
Watch as Alison Nicholls helps in the painting of a school in rural Tanzania.
Africa Geographic encounters a rare melanistic serval in Tanzania’s Mkomazi National Park.
32-year-old Irishman, Derek Cullen, talks about his great solo cycle up Africa – from Cape Town to Cairo.
Tanzanian game ranger discusses his fears about the rise in elephant poaching in Selous Game reserve.
See what it takes to conduct off-road driver training with a group of driver guides 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.
Some 481 miles to the southeast of Tanzania’s iconic Serengeti National Park lies the lesser well-known Selous Game Reserve. But for many species in the Selous, all is far from well. Results from a wildlife census conducted in October and November, 2013, show a dramatic decline in elephants in particular.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced the intention to stop all commercial trade in African elephant tusks and rhino horn, starting with a suspension on the importation into USA of sport-hunted African elephant trophies taken in Tanzania and Zimbabwe.
Tanzania is one country along the East African coastline where dynamite or blast fishing still occurs with massive regularity explains Linda Markovina.
Tanzania is well known as one of the best safari destinations in Africa but Tanzania is not only about wildlife and nature. A visit to Tanzania is not complete without meeting the local people and experiencing some of their culture.
The Tanzanian government has announced the sacking of the director for wildlife, Alexander Songorwa, for failure to do his work properly.
Tanzania’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has suspended 21 Wildlife Department staff for allegedly colluding with poachers to kill elephants.
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…
The final day’s cycle in Tanzania was a 158km ride, but one of the most beautiful scenic roues on tour so far. It’s always a little sad leaving a magnificent place like Tanzania, but at the same time the feeling…
After a wonderful mini holiday with my dad it was time to say the very sad and emotional good bye. Impressively, I held it together very well while saying farewell to my dad, but I won’t deny that the feeling of…
Nairobi was a fantastic city in which to have a rest day. With well established infrastructure, modern shopping malls, cute cafes, sights to see, activities to do and numerous good restaurants to try, everyone had a busy schedule. The Carnivore…
Processing the boat and us into Tanzania was nothing short of smooth and efficient. Mtwara is southern Tanzania’s largest town and we motored into it late in the night, finding a safe little anchorage next to a large that was…
The Loliondo Game Controlled Area (LGCA), one of Tanzania’s most well-known Maasai community concessions and wildlife destinations is in the spotlight as local stakeholders and outside financial interests clash over its natural resources. These tensions are not new, and given…
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…
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