10 Things No One Told You Before Your Safari

When I ventured into a safari experience in Tanzania, tough luck I was clueless about some of the most basic information, I would really wanted to know. What would I do even when a luxury camp offers power only for four to five hours a day? Am I safe to walk to my tent alone…

The Barren Beauty of Ruaha and Mikumi

In Tanzania, The Dry Season (July to December) is one of the best periods to experience the drama of the wild. The landscapes have just recovered from heavy showers and are experiencing the glorious touch of the Sun. While safaris are definetly a thrill with the animals rejoicing in this perfect weather, it is yet…

If a minion can make it to Mt. Kilimanjaro, why not you?

Not many people were sure if little miss delicate could make it to the highest mountain of Africa, including myself. Early last year, I lost my job with an amazing position, was surviving on savings and was facing unending stressful situations. However, there was a voice in me that made me feel strong and realize…

Visiting Mbudya Island under $50

Planning a holiday can always get exciting, however most of us give in when the cost seems beyond our budget. Tanzania is a typical tourist destination and planning a day trip can also get expensive. Fortunately, we have a few hidden spots, even in the water, that make it for a perfect holiday; the peace,…

Five Survival Tips for a Ngorongoro Safari

Surviving on an African Safari is not only about remembering to pack your camera, batteries and medicines. Here I give you 5 never told before survival tips as you venture for a Safari into the Wild; here my Ngorongoro Trip

Swimming with The Whale Shark ; The Adventure Awaits in Mafia

The six months from November to March define Mafia as an oceanic paradise. The island is actively visited by a flocking number of tourists for the promising sight of humongous whale sharks in astonishing numbers and with special characteristics. These species are not the common sharks that are usually notorious for being ‘life threatening’ or harmful. Whale sharks are popularly called the ‘gentle giants’, with many unique qualities. In Tanzania, Mafia is perhaps the only island that is frequently visited of these large creatures.