Mt Meru

Mt. Meru is often overlooked as many people aim for Kilimanjaro. However, as a pre Kilimanjaro acclimatization trip, or those that are looking to add another beautiful high altitude peak to their portfolio of peaks, it comes very highly recommended! This prime location gives walkers the opportunity to spot some of the birds and wildlife that inhabit the area. The...

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Zanzibar

If your dream vacation is something even more luxurious, then you might enjoy Zanzibar! It combines the best beaches in the country, beautiful hotel accommodations with all the creature comforts including swimming pools, sumptuous gourmet dining and even a personal valet if you so desire. It’s truly an unforgettable experience. These are for the individuals who...

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Music

TAUSI WOMEN TAARAB ORCHESTRA ZANZIBAR   e-mail: mmaha1943@hotmail.com, facebook:  Tausi Women Taarab, Tel: +255/777 428 794 Tausi Taarab is an all female orchestra performing Taarab and traditional Zanzibari music. In old times women-bands used to perform to men playing in singing and as chorus only.  When in Zanzibar music became an economic factor,  man...

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Culture

If you are interested in culture and history then Zanzibar is the place to visit. Zanzibar was the Arab center for the awful slave trade in East Africa, but with that comes a history of food, architecture, farms, and trade. Zanzibar is a fascinating place to visit, and of course the lovely beaches and tropical paradise jungles are also very nice.

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Kilimanjaro

Images of the towering snow-covered cone rising majestically from fertile green foothills have become a powerful motif of Tanzania’s extraordinary extremes. Few could deny a very distinct sense of awe when the cloud clears to reveal a glimpse of the towering peaks, shining bright in the equatorial sun. What can be more personally satisfying than standing atop the...

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Tours

Camping in the bush of Tanzania is the quintessential private African Safari experience. Just a piece of cloth between you and the African night. A quire of nocturnal birds, insects and distant roaring lions lullabies you to sleep. Sitting around an open camp fire with the southern skies bright over head is the real way of appreciating Africa’s magic. There are...

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Mama Artemisia

For many years, Christine Dachs worked for a national newspaper in Austria, the “Salzburger Nachrichten” as a project manager. In 2005 she decided on a new career and moved to Arusha in Tanzania where she built up a tour business which focused on arranging conducted climbs up Mt. Kilimanjaro and safaris. Christine’s enthusiasm for Tanzanian life...

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