Travel Blogs from Tanzania

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Into Africa, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Into Africa

A travel blog entry by mrewkowski

... these were incredibly beautiful, and we have never seen such shapes, colours and sizes ever before, but they are illegal to bring out of Tanzania (and bring back to Canada as well), so we got out there. We headed over to the pier to pick up boat tickets ...

Rioja on the rim, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Rioja on the rim

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica


It was another early start this morning as we had to be out of the game reserve by 11am so the alarm went off at 5am – breakfast of scrambled egg on toast was served at 5.30am. There was talk in the camp of the Lioness and cubs that had walked ...

Settling In, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Settling In

A travel blog entry by sprflycat


Mambo, Africa. I'm still not quite here yet. Maybe a few more days and it might sink in. I'm getting along with all of my volunteer compadres pretty well. They are all so different than what I imagined but in a way that's even cooler. I ended up ...

Day Twelve, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Day Twelve

A travel blog entry by embelina

I wake up and lay in bed until I absolutely have to get up. I feel tired and a bit fed up. I don't really talk that much over breakfast. This morning is my second proper morning at the orphanage. Will told me a couple of the Danish group will be there ...

Exploring Stone Town, Stone Town, Tanzania travel blog

Exploring Stone Town

A travel blog entry by anneowens


... Tanzania for hunting - although they spoke highly of the hunting around Vaalwater (!), apparently it's cheaper to hunt game in Tanzania! ------------- Jono & I went on a half-day snorkel trip which was great fun. There are a few atolls just out ...

Nothings Simple in Africa, Stone Town, Tanzania travel blog

Nothings Simple in Africa

A travel blog entry by senorbrian


So After being in Tanz For just over 3 days its been a  rollercoaster i really like a lot of things about it its pretty amazing and just crazy to actually be here, For the first time in a Long time I feel like im really traveling again. When i ...

Maji Week, Moshi, and hangin with the TZ prez, Moshi, Tanzania travel blog

Maji Week, Moshi, and hangin with the TZ prez

A travel blog entry by amyinafrica


... seed bagel with cream cheese! World Water Day 22March --President Colonel Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete President of the United Republic of Tanzania arrives in Moshi! So the big day has arrived, after a tough week, lots of dust and very hot temperatures ...

Arusha, Arusha, Tanzania, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl


... -How are you (or hi), Poa-Cool, Nzuri-Fine, Asanti-Thank you, Asantisana-Thank you very much, and Carabu-you're welcome. Tanzania really is beatiful. It is green and seems full of life. They have fields of sunflowers (to harvest the oil), corn and coffee ...

Hatari!, Tanga, Tanzania travel blog


A travel blog entry by bmlevinson


Hatari was great. On the way there from the airport we saw giraffes, zebras, and buffalo. A giraffe got REALLY close to us at one point. The lodge was fantastic. The owners, Marlise and Jorg Gabriel are Germans who just made their dream come true with ...

Some R&R in Moshi, Moshi, Tanzania travel blog

Some R&R in Moshi

A travel blog entry by mrewkowski

The next day in Moshi, we wandered around town, at the base of Kilimanjaro (invisible due to clouds) looking for some souvenirs for Mark and Gosia as they were leaving the next day. It was a very chill, pole pole (slowly slowly in Swahili) day with few ...

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