Arusha, Tanzania
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11 Sep 2021

Is Serengeti Balloon worth it?


Serengeti balloon safari is a lifetime experience that will make you experience he breathtaking beauty of the Serengeti National Park from above, the balloon safari is also excellent for birds viewing as it allows skimming treetops in complete silence while looking at the wildlife on the ground.

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14 Aug 2021


01. Ugali

This unique, polenta-like side dish is a Tanzanian favorite, traditionally served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Made by rolling a tiny bit of creamy, thick cornmeal paste (made from cooked white maize) in a hand until it forms into a ball, and making an indentation in it with a thumb, ugali becomes an edible spoon that is often dipped into various stews and sauces.

The sign of a good ugali is that it doesn’t stick to your fingers. The whole thing is usually dipped in a savory sauce, then placed in the mouth for consumption. Ugali is more than just a taste, it is a food culture in itself. This dish is usually served with whatever meat is available, mashed vegetables, stews, or sour milk.

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03 Aug 2021

What is the best time to visit Tanzania?.

The best time for safari.
The Best time to visit Tanzania for Safari is from June to October, In Tanzania the dry season starts from June to October and this is the best time for game drive for most of the park, especially the southern and western circuit, but for the northern circuit the parks can be visited throughout the year.

The best time to see the great wildebeest migration.
From December to April the migration starts in the southern part of Serengeti up to Ndutu area, and between may and June the animal move toward Grumeti river and Serengeti western corridor searching for pasture and water, they continue grazing while keep moving towards the northern part of Serengeti.Read More

23 Jul 2021

Amazing Birds in Tanzania.

Tanzania is one of the best birding destinations in Africa, the country has over 1,100 species of birds where some are resident to the country and some are migrants, among all birds 22 are endemic and are only unique to Tanzania. The migrant species are present from November to April, these are just few birds that are found in Tanzania and if it’s your lucky you might encounter them during the Safari;

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06 Jul 2021

Facts about Tanzania

Mount Kilimanjaro: is a dormant volcano in Tanzania, it has three volcanic cones: Kibo, Mawenzi, and Shira. Kibo is the summit of the mountain and the tallest of the three volcanic formations, while Mawenzi and Shira are extinct, Kibo is dormant which means it can possibly erupt again. Mount Kilimanjaro is known as the highest mountain in Africa and also the highest single freestanding mountain in the world at 5,895 metres. The Marangu Route which is also known as the ‘Coca Cola Route’ is the oldest and most the most popular route on Kilimanjaro, it’s considered as the easiest route to climb mount Kilimanjaro in terms of gradient and terrain.

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30 Jun 2021

Wildlife in Tanzania

The Arusha Manifesto.

Since the colonial era, wildlife conservation in Tanzania has been the prerogative of the government. Under this structure, the use of wildlife resources by local communities had always been restrictive, causing increased rural poverty and poaching. In recent years, the Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA) has initiated corrective actions to involve the local community in conservation efforts, which is aimed at contribution to local economies by way of equitable benefits sharing.

“The survival of our wildlife is a matter of grave concern to all of us in Africa. These wild creatures amid the wild places they inhabit are not only important as a source of wonder and inspiration, but are an integral part of our natural resources and our future livelihood and well being. In accepting the trusteeship of our wildlife we solemnly declare that we will do everything in our power to make sure that our children’s grand-children will be able to enjoy this rich and precious inheritance.

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19 Jun 2021


MAASAI TRIBE: They are one of the most popular ethnic group of semi-nomadic people, they are mostly found in North-Central Tanzania and Southern Kenya (You will likely interact with Maasai around the major national parks, Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro, this tribe has an estimated Population of 800,000 (1+ million in Kenya/Tanzania). The maasai they are from a group of people who speaks nilotic language (the Nilotic peoples are peoples indigenous to the Nile Valley who speak Nilotic languages).Read More

15 Jun 2021

Tanzania’s Geography

Tanzania has a varied geography, including deep and large freshwater and salt lakes, many national parks, and Africa’s highest point, Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895 m or 19,341 ft)

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11 Jun 2021


Approximately 38 percent of Tanzania’s land area is set aside in protected areas for conservation, and most of them are the main source of attraction in this beautiful country, the country has a good number of national parks as listed below:


Arusha National Park, once in Arusha the first national park you will encounter is the arusha national park, the park is found at the foot of mount meru, Arusha national park has a range of habitat where is a home of black and white colobus monkey, after your arrival at Kilimanjaro national park on your way to Arusha you will pass the road that head to Arusha National park.

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08 Jun 2021


Before Safari you might have several disturbing questions about your trip to Tanzania, for you to enjoy your trip and your visit to Tanzania there are several things to note before starting your trip to this beautiful destination.

What to bring on your safari?,

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