Jozani Forest and Spice Tour: Nature Activities in Stone Town Tanzania

Zanzibar is full of beauty, life, and history; and its famous capital, Stone Town isn’t just any town either. As such, visitors can expect to be treated to a sensory experience that is simply hard to find anywhere else in the world. This UNESCO World Heritage Site was once a flourishing trading hub that saw […]

Balloon Safari In Serengeti: Is It Worth It?

The Serengeti is a marvel of nature featuring prominently on several travelers’ bucket lists. It is most famous for its wondrous array of wildlife, stunning landscapes, and enchanting lakes — a true jewel of Africa! Spanning a massive 30,000 square kilometers, there’s so much to see and do that it will take several trips to […]

Top Tanzania Safari Parks You Shouldn’t Miss

It’s almost always an impulse that when one thinks of going on a safari adventure, the top choices will always include Tanzania as if we’re all programmed to think it. Well, it’s natural, really; and there is absolutely no surprise why. Aside from being a staple safari country, visiting the top safari parks in Tanzania […]

Interesting Facts About the Great Wildebeest Migration in Tanzania

Standing out as one of the most spectacular wonders of the natural world, the Great Migration is an annual migration of millions of wildebeest, zebras, and other herbivores migrating clockwise through the Serengeti in Tanzania and Kenya’s Masai Mara in search of good water and green pastures. This event is also one of the world’s […]

Tanzania Safari- What’s New in 2023

Tanzania remains one of the world’s top safari destinations, drawing hundreds of thousands of people from across the globe to experience its magnificent wildlife in a network of well-managed national parks across the East African nation. Places like the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Park are synonymous with abundant wildlife and a pleasing selection of lodgings. Together, they make up the famed Northern Circuit, while other lesser-known parks, like Gombe and Ruaha, mean that over 15% of the country is set aside for conservation. Add to this, hospitable people and tropical beach destinations like Zanzibar Island, and you can easily understand why Tanzania consistently ranks as a must-visit destination.