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About Johanna Höß

Born in Germany, Johanna studied Media in Mainz before she visited South Africa for the first time in 2016. One year later, she relocated to Cape Town and has made it her mission to spread her love for Africa. Johanna writes in German and English. Besides writing, she is also passionate about photography. She has always been intrigued by travelling and is constantly looking for the next adventure.

Where to travel despite Covid-19 (Corona): Social distancing on safari in Tanzania

After weeks and months at home, you’re ready to travel again. It has to be safe; it has to be physically distanced, but you’re definitely ready to take a break from the rest of the world? A safari in Tanzania might be exactly what you’re looking for. Secluded outdoor spaces are the new normal and Tanzania has plenty of that.

By |7th October 2020| Last updated on 19th October 2020 | Travel Tips|0 Comments

Covid-19 (Coronavirus): Impact on nature conservation in Tanzania

How does Covid-19 affect nature conservation in Tanzania? In this blog, we show you how it is all connected, why we have been an ongoing supporter of the Serengeti De-Snaring Project and how you can still make a difference.

By |1st April 2020| Last updated on 4th November 2022 | Background Info|0 Comments

When is the best time to travel to Tanzania?

That really depends on what you want to do and see. The best time to travel to Tanzania for safari is normally during dry season from June to October. The southern and western circuit parks are especially popular during this time, while the northern circuit parks are worth visiting year-round.

By |4th March 2020| Last updated on 1st December 2021 | Travel Tips|0 Comments

How do lions behave in the wild? Our guide Max recalls wildlife scenarios on safari in Tanzania

Our safari guide Max explains wildlife scenarios on safari in Tanzania. He shares insights into how he learned to understand the animals’ behaviour.

By |5th February 2020| Last updated on 1st December 2021 | Tanzania through the eyes of our guides|0 Comments