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Locations in Tanzania

Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania

Often mistakenly assumed to be the capital of Tanzania (which is, in fact, the city of Dodoma much more inland), Dar es Salaam remains the largest economical center of the country and its main port. What started as a small trading port in a quiet bay, now has grown into a congregation of the embassy ...Read More »


Locals sometimes joke that Zanzibar is the only place in the world that has a ‘bar’ in its name, but very few bars. If not for its largely conservative Muslim population, Zanzibar could have become an African equivalent of Southeast Asian islands, with full-moon parties, culinary delights and reggae music scene. Its Stone Town also ...Read More »

Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

The tallest free-standing mountain in the world, the rooftop of Africa, Kilimanjaro will be the highlight of any trip to the continent. Uhuru Peak, elevated at 5,895m above sea level, is a dormant volcano that has not erupted for over a hundred thousand years. It was first ascended by a group of German, Austrian and ...Read More »

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Locations in Kenya

Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi has its share of historical places and monuments, not to mention its vibrant nightlife. If you know where to go, who to hang out with and abide by simple safety rules, Nairobi may become a unique urban exploration experience.   The city was founded in 1899 as a train depot for the Mombasa-Kampala railway. ...Read More »

Maasai Mara, Kenya

The park of all parks, the ultimate African adventure, Maasai Mara is not anymore as wild and untamed as seen in wildlife documentaries, and the increasing amount of tourists every year lowers your chances of being the only photographer to capture the beauty of the savannah. Maasai Mara becomes especially crowded during the migration season ...Read More »


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