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  • Mount Kilimanjaro 🌄The view from over the top is astonishing. The clear, crisp atmosphere. My hard work has surely been paid off. After 8 days of climbing. The climbing I must say is actually really fun. It really is. Except for the Posted by Elsye in Jungles in Tanzania | Dec 1, 2015
  • ArrivalIt is after around a day when I left Singapore, I finally arrived to Tanzania. The flight was okay... Since I had a few decent meals during the flight. And some good scenery since I was the seat where I Posted by Velocity100 in Tanzania | Nov 26, 2015
  • Tanzania (Part 1)The Kiwis had made good friends with twins, Mark and Gregory, from Tanzania, thanks to their generosity with their bountiful supply of biltong, at the Hong Kong sevens earlier in the year. Little did they know what an amazing return Posted by igotlostagain in Zen & The Long Way Up Motorcycle Diaries | Nov 8, 2015
  • SafarísnilldHæhó Ég er ekki viss hvort að síðasta blogg hafi gengið upp hjá mer eða ekki...netið i Afríku er ekki upp a marga fiska! Alla vega ef að síðasta blogg tókst þa er ég komin að fyrsta degi i ferðinni. Við byrjuðum Posted by saeunn in Afríka og Asía | Nov 1, 2015
  • Homeward Bound (The End) Cheetah - in my eyes the most beautiful of the safari animals My 2001 East and Southern Africa guide book describes Tanzania as "the most u Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Oct 18, 2015
  • Kingdom of HeavenTanzania is the largest country in East Africa and contains the highest mountain and largest lake on the continent. For me, Tanzania was also the last country on the way back to my home in Kampala and I felt growing Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Oct 11, 2015
  • Day 27- TanzaniaI had little sleep in this morning, sore and tired after my trek. I had a big breakfast of African samosas (my new favourite food) and other delights washed down with an African herbal tea. Mmmm the samosas... Just thinking Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Day 26- TanzaniaI made it. I, Sarah Herington, have conquered Mt Kilimanjaro! It was an experience that I will never forget. I will treasure every part of it forever. The adventure started with a quick briefing. During the briefing I sat there Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Day 21- TanzaniaI had a quick brekkie and departed on the small coach that would take me out to the destination near were my trek would start tomorrow. Looking out the window during the day I was so excited. I couldn't Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Day 20- TanzaniaAfter nearly a day and night of flying I arrived in Da Es Salaam. Driving to my hotel I was a bit disappointed as not only was it wet and miserable but the city looked a lot like any Posted by sherington in Commerce Travel Assessment | Aug 16, 2015
  • Take me back to Zanzibar!It was a bit of a shock for us to get off the ferry in Stonetown and see so many white tourists walking around, but then this was our holiday within our holiday! Stonetown is a great place just to wander Posted by silve_lining in Life in a rucksack | May 31, 2015
  • Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater The drive into Serengeti National Park felt like we were explorers on an alien planet - the vast horizon was filled with sand tornadoes and mirages, in the distance we could see lone Mas Posted by silve_lining in Life in a rucksack | Apr 24, 2015
  • It's a lions worldWarning: this post is not for the faint hearted! When booking our trip to Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater we hoped to see the 'Big 5' African animals, but we never dreamed we would see as much action as we did! Day Posted by silve_lining in Life in a rucksack | Mar 31, 2015
  • 20. Discovering The Serengeti The Serengeti is the most famous of all the African national parks and game reserves. But visiting the park is expensive. I have no idea until Eddie presents us with our permit of entry, itemising the amounts. Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Dec 14, 2014
  • 19. Among the Masai The young man introduces himself as Jonathan and invites us to accompany him. He is dressed in a red check cloak, wrapped around his strikingly tall slim figure and he wears black leather sandals with soles made from rubber Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Dec 14, 2014
  • 18. Out of Dar es SalaamThe heavy rain continues all night and by the time we take the tents down (left up during our stay on Zanzibar), everything is sodden. We line the land rovers up in the ferry queue about 7.30am for an Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Nov 27, 2014
  • 17. Zanzibar – a Different Africa We abandon our camping way of life for three days of comfort on Unguja. It’s the main island of Zanzibar, a semi-autonomous series of islands off the mainland coast of Tanzania and East Africa in the Indian Ocean. Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Nov 27, 2014
  • 16. Into Tanzania: The Road to Dar es SalaamFrom Lake Malawi it takes us four days in the land rovers to reach the continent’s east coast and the city of Dar es Salem. It is a distance of about 1150 kilometres, which includes repeating 100 kilometres into one Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Oct 27, 2014
  • Travels and Advice For TanzaniaThe idea of going on safari is on pretty much everyones bucket list of things to do. Obviously, time, cost, energy are just a few of the bigger considerations and also, where to go? While many of us in the Posted by indietraveler in Indie Traveler | Oct 25, 2014
  • The roof of Africa, climbing Mount KilamanjaroI stood at the snake park in Arusha with a forlorn expression on my face as my team and the truck left without me. As previously mentioned the night before we celebrated an epic journey from Livingstone to Nairobi with Posted by kayles in The Orsum Adventures | Oct 21, 2014
  • Tanzania and Animal crackersOur first day in Tanzania started with a 4am start and drive over a steep pass on the way to Dar-el-salaam. The landscape is thick with vegetation, the lush green is intersected with the red soil all the way to Posted by kayles in The Orsum Adventures | Oct 17, 2014
  • So far so goodWe've arrived safely at The Keys Hotel, Moshi, Tanzania. The trek starts early on Saturday so today is a time for checking, rechecking and triple checking again our kit and packaging for the trip. We're allowed 15kg in our bags Posted by DJBen in Footsteps up Kilimanjaro | Oct 2, 2014
  • Tanzania - Zanzibar[center]Jambo......time for us to relax at Zanzibar. We flew direct from Kilimanjaro Airport to Zanzibar Airport, and with no transfer arranged we were going to use a taxi into town. Posted by Peter and Rose in Peter and Rose's Travels | Sep 29, 2014
  • Tanzania - Mount Kilimanjaro[center]Jambo.....blog readers, Here's our Mt Kilimanjaro Trek, the highest point in Africa. After breakfast at our hotel we met up with our guides, Joel and Frank, who briefed us on the Kilimanjaro trek. We then walked to Moshi shopping area for Posted by Peter and Rose in Peter and Rose's Travels | Sep 29, 2014
  • Mara River - Arusha via Lake ManyaraIt was very sad to leave the tented camp this morning, especially as all the staff came out to shake hands as we left. Our flight is not until 10:30 this morning, so we will be doing a little game Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 17, 2014
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