Travel to Tanzania for its abundance of wildlife, wildebeest migration, white sandy beaches, and to climb Africa’s tallest mountain.
When visiting Zanzibar, it’s a great experience to spend some time exploring Stone Town, but if you want a beautiful beach experience, try Nungwi village.
Indian, Middle Eastern, and local African ingredients and cooking techniques are all fused together to form the base of Tanzanian food.
The Dar Es Salaam Village Museum showcases the traditional homes and living conditions of a number of tribes from Tanzania.
[T]anzania is one of the most visually breath-taking countries on the planet. Etched with extinct volcanoes, wildlife-packed plains, white sand beaches and the continent’s highest peak – the magnificent Kilimanjaro – this is a holiday destination with kick. Top 5 Places to Visit You might not want to dedicate too much time to the capital […]
[L]ike many destinations around the world, there’s no better way to get a grip on a culture than through its cuisine. The contribution of local Bantu food mixed with Arab and Persian flavors and Indian spices makes eating one of the most enjoyable things about Zanzibar! Being an island nation, the sea is also the […]
Changuu Island (aka Prison Island) was a location where slaves were held until they were transported to places in the Middle East or Europe.
Tips for how to make the most of a day in Stone Town, Zanzibar, an island off the coast of Tanzania in eastern Africa.
The Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania covers 5% of the country, and offers excellent wildlife-viewing opportunities.
A list of the top five Zanzibar beaches, featuring stunning photos of each and handpicked recommendations on where to stay.