Tanzania is one of Africa's most popular safari and trekking destinations. Many like to end their mainland holiday on one of the country's islands. Today's blog presents the 5 most beautiful islands to visit in Tanzania – oases of relaxation with overnight accommodation.
The Serengeti National Park is the „benchmark“ of all things in the wildlife landscape of Tanzania. It is a premier safari destination for travellers from all over the world. Beyond the vast grassy areas, it is above all a variety of trees that give the scenery a typically African flair.
Travelers from all over the world love the so-called Northern Circuit of Tanzania. The Ngorongoro Crater, which I would like to introduce to you in today’s blog, is one of the extremely diverse wildlife and nature areas of the circuit. And I can share one thing right away: The Ngorongoro Crater is definitely worth a visit!
Tanzania alone has more wild African elephants than all of Asia has Asian elephants. They are a blessing for tourism, but they often make life difficult for the population. Today's blog is about how the country manages this balancing act.
The Maasai live in Tanzania and Kenya. In Tanzania, they make up only a small part of the population. For many travelers, however, they are the most well-known ethnic group in this multi-ethnic nation. So who are they? What makes them so interesting and well-known? 10 facts worth knowing about the Maasai should make you more familiar with them.
To many, Zanzibar sounds like a paradise from 1001 Nights. The pearl of the Indian Ocean is a place of rest and relaxation with its wonderful white sandy beaches on the turquoise sea. Its exotic atmosphere is reflected in its history, the diversity of cultures, and also the food.
How to plan a Safari in Tanzania answers basic questions about preparing for a visit to the home of Zanzibar, Mount Kilimanjaro and the Serengeti.
For many travelers to Tanzania, the Masai are the country's best-known ethnic group. Yet they make up just about 3 percent of this multi-ethnic nation. An even smaller ethnic group are the Hadza (or Hadzabe) at Lake Eyasi. What makes them so interesting is their still very traditional life as hunters and gatherers.
Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti are famous for their unique wildlife. Hardly anyone expects that of all things there is an UNESCO World Heritage Site between these two safari highlights. But the Olduvai Gorge is something special, as today's blog shows.
Can you self-drive in Tanzania: What are the advantages and disadvantages of self-drive safaris in Tanzania?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of self-drive safaris in Tanzania? We share our detailed list to help you make the best decision.