This travel guide by Kyle Browning from Survival Footprint outlines all you need to know about the best beaches in Zanzibar, Tanzania. Zanzibar lies approximately 25–50 kilometers (16–31 miles) off the coast of mainland Tanzania. The Zanzibar archipelago consists of many small islands including two big ones, Pemba Island & Unguja. The latter being referred to informally as Zanzibar. Click Here… Read More
Tanzania is probably Africa’s most popular country to visit and with good reason. It is incredible!
I have to clarify a giant misconception about Mt. Kilimanjaro. It is not easy! We were climbing in a group of 7 strong individuals who had just finished cycling 4500 km in tough conditions from deserts in Sudan, to altitude in Ethiopia and we all agree, it was one of the most physically challenging experiences of our lives. However, also one of the most exhilarating. I am happy to say that we all made it to the summit.
I don’t think we’ve ever seeon so many African safari animals while on safari. The amount of different animals in different situations that we saw while visiting Tanzania was outstanding. We had so many amazing moments, we had to round up all our encounters with these African safari animals one giant photo story. African Safari Animals in Photos It was… Read More
A visit to a Maasai tribe is a popular stop on nearly every safari you’ll take through Tanzania and Kenya. After all, it is the “must see” tribe to see when going to the Serengeti or Masai Mara. What a Maasai Tribe Visit is Really Like This is the tribe that is in all the brochures and magazines. While we… Read More
We have been lucky enough to visit many countries over the past 10 years. We have been lucky enough to visit many countries over the past 10 years. Normally we talk about our destinations as we travel through them. We tell you about our journey day by day and that can be exciting to see what we are up to, but we neglect to offer a summary of what exactly there is to do in each country that we visit.Since we don’t leave for China until the end of October, we thought that it would be a good time to sum up some of our favourite destinations on earth. Let’s start with Tanzania