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Tanzania

Tanzania unwrapped

Tanzania unwrapped

An insider’s overview from the experts at Steppes Travel Why visit? A land of grassy plains, rift-formed lakes and pinnacle-like volcanoes, Tanzania’s exciting landscape is carpeted with wildlife to match. The Serengeti — with its iconic migration — and...

Busy bees

Busy bees

Wild Survivors, a small Suffolk-based charity, is making a big difference to elephant welfare and communities in Tanzania with a simple and ecologically conscious method, says David Fettes In Tanzania, over the past five years, more than 65,000 elephants...

Untold riches

Untold riches

Wandering through traditional village food markets has long been a pastime of travellers. However, few ever leave with anything more than photographs and vibrant memories. Realising he’d be in Arusha for a while, Matthew Covarr decided to make Kilomero...

Enchanted forests

Enchanted forests

Tanzania’s wildlife reserves are usually synonymous with sun-baked acacia-studded plains. But it’s possible to combine the savannah with a refreshing visit to the jungle-cloaked Udzungwa Mountains National Park. Here’s our guide to this remote region. By Lizzie Williams We’d...

Serengeti vs Kruger

Serengeti vs Kruger

Africa’s most iconic safari destination? It’s a tough call, but the Serengeti and Kruger National Parks can both stake a strong claim to the title. Here, Philip Briggs pits the two safari heavyweights against each other. The Serengeti, dominating...

A rough diamond

A rough diamond

The remote Ruaha National Park, in central Tanzania, offers an outstanding opportunity to see carnivores, in a beautiful and diverse landscape of grasslands, mountains, rivers and swamps. Geoffrey Dean explores this vast wilderness. Picture credit to Foxes Safari Camps...

Villas in Zanzibar

Villas in Zanzibar

Planning to take your family to Zanzibar? Jenni Saunders goes in search of the island’s best homes from home  "Jambo!" call the women wading in the shallows in their wind-twisted, colourful kangas, resembling bright sweets in a turquoise bowl....

Paradise found

The smell of the rain

The Zanzibar Archipelago is a glorious land of Eden-like beaches and sparkling warm waters, with a fascinating Arabic-Swahili culture. Geoffrey Dean reveals the best places to scuba dive, fish and, of course, sleep in the Spice Islands When Jonathan...

Conquering Kilimanjaro

Climbing Kilimanjaro, Tanzania

What greater adventure can there be than to summit the continent’s highest peak? David Bristow reveals everything you need to know about planning this epic climb. Photographs by Laura Griffith-Jones At 5895 metres (or 19,341ft) high, Kilimanjaro — or...

Essential Tanzania

Essential Tanzania

Tanzania undoubtably offers the most diverse attractions on the continent. It has more World Heritage Sites than any other, a vast coastline, the highest peak, the deepest lake, sweeping savannahs and forested mountains. And it is vast. So if...

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