Travel Blogs from Tanzania

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Breaking all the safety rules of travel, Karatu, Tanzania travel blog

Breaking all the safety rules of travel

A travel blog entry by wrlondon

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Pictures to ...

Crater Day!, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

Crater Day!

A travel blog entry by oz2africa

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A whole day to explore the Ngorongoro Crater  which was created when a giant volcano exploded and collapsed about 3 million years ago - give or take a year or so! It covers about 260 square kilometres and the floor is 600 metres deep. The floor is ...

Experience with sleeping lions, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

Experience with sleeping lions

A travel blog entry by jwalkntheworld

Day 3 of our safari was really successful for us. At 4pm we left for our game drive. While on the drive we happened to spot a couple of young male lions sleeping under a tree. 5 mins, no movement. 10 minutes, no movement. Finally our guide ...

Lake Manyara, Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania, Tanzania travel blog

Lake Manyara

A travel blog entry by oneluckygirl

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... so she gave it to them. They looked so happy! I'm glad we gave them something. That was the only time I have seen beggers in Tanzania, even though everyone is so poor. Today we did a tour of the village. It was so sad to see how the people lived. Houses ...

Day Forty Three, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania travel blog

Day Forty Three

A travel blog entry by embelina

... space for me. I have a top bunk this time, and it's the thinnest mattress of all the ones I've had since being in Tanzania. Also, very unfortunately, the girl below me appears to have an upset stomach, and so I'm engulfed in bad smells every ten minutes ...

What a Crater!, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania travel blog

What a Crater!

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels

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Jenn's Story Ngorongoro Crater   Our last day on safari included a visit to Ngorongoro Crater. This crater is world-famous, and it is quite a sight to see.  It is 265 square kilometres, and it is home to dozens of different animals, including ...

Time to leave, Mafia, Tanzania travel blog

Time to leave

A travel blog entry by hobartfamily

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Got up to watch the sunrise and thought I would upload a couple of photos of the ruins that I was too lazy to do yesterday. Had my first good coffee since leaving Australia. Lovely Italian lady who is managing this place while the owner (who ...

Empowering Women in Tanzania, Moshi, Tanzania travel blog

Empowering Women in Tanzania

A travel blog entry by emohr74

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... Men are expected to beat their wives and children to maintain order in the household and establish a clear hierarchy. Women in Tanzania, even successful educated ones, are expected to ask permission from their husband to leave their house (for the day or ...

This one's for you mom, Karatu, Tanzania travel blog

This one's for you mom

A travel blog entry by safaristef

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... on donor funds...it is hard..but I leave in two days and I couldn't think of a better way to end my visit to Tanzania..by meeting the sweetest faces in all of the whole country! Remember to hug your family, and your friends, because I guess you never ...

ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania travel blog

ANIMALS ANIMALS ANIMALS

A travel blog entry by amazingone

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5am I wake and am first down to the camp site after a very restful night in a comfy bed. I help with the breakfast preparation and then we pack the mountain of food, clothes and equipment for our 3 day jaunt into the Serengeti National Park. As I ...

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