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    Witchcraft ban in Tanzania to end albino murders
    In an article appearing on Voice of America on Jan. 14, 2015, it is revealed that the government of Tanzania has decided to ban witchcraft in an effort to put an end to the senseless, needless and brutal killing of albinos in the region. According...
  • Overland journey to Iringa, Southern Highlands of Tanzania
    Overland journey to Iringa, Southern Highlands of Tanzania
    Iringa in Tanzania’s Southern Highlands was our last stop on our overland adventure before crossing into Malawi.After leavingKipepeo Beach Village, south of Dar Es Salaam we were back on the road for a two-day journey to the country Malawi....
  • On the spice road in Zanzibar, Tanzania
    On the spice road in Zanzibar, Tanzania
    Our overland safari through Kenya and Tanzania took us on "The Road to Zanzibar". Even before arriving Zanzibar we had undoubtedly heard of the spice islandsin Zanzibar's Archipelago. Since Zanzibar was once the spice capital of the...
  • The spice island Zanzibar is the perfect stop for weary travelers
    The spice island Zanzibar is the perfect stop for weary travelers
    Travelers to Zanzibar need not go without some pampering. Before arriving in Zanzibar we had undoubtedly heard of the spice islandsin Zanzibar's Archipelago. Once the spice capital of the world, it is not surprising then to hear that spice...
  • The Serengeti: Sunrise balloon flight, safari time and more
    The Serengeti: Sunrise balloon flight, safari time and more
    The Serengeti is a unique place in the animal world. After touring the Ngorongoro Crater we arrived at our Serengeti campsite just before park’s curfew at 6:30 pm. Visitorsto theSerengeti-Ngorongoro Biosphere Reservewill easily see why the...
  • Dory Gannes
    Interview with The Olevolos Project founder Dory Gannes
    The Olevolos Project is a 501(c)(3) that provides children with educational, housing, and extra-curricular opportunities through 12th grade. The students are sent to Usa River Academy—a boarding school outside of Arusha—where they...
  • African art exhibition stresses wildlife conservation and beauty
    African art exhibition stresses wildlife conservation and beauty
    Silver Spring, Md. --- H.E. Liberata Mulamula, ambassador of the United Republic of Tanzania and Mrs. Immaculata Diyamett, senior tourism officer, were among 70 people who attended an artist’s talk and opening reception for Jambo, Tanzania,...
  • The 3rd Annual Olevolos Project Brunch
    The 3rd Annual Olevolos Project Brunch
    Actor Bryan Greenberg hosted the Third Annual Olevolos Project Brunch on Saturday, May 3, benefiting the orphaned and disadvantaged children of the Olevolos Village in Tanzania, Africa. The event was held in the picturesque Gallow Green rooftop...
  • The 3rd Annual OLEVOLOS PROJECT Brunch hosted by BRYAN GREENBERG
    3rd Annual OLEVOLOS PROJECT Brunch hosted by BRYAN GREENBERG
    On Saturday, May 3rd, 2014, actor Bryan Greenberg and Microsoft will host the third annual brunch party to raise funds for The Olevolos Project at Gallow Green of the McKittrick Hotel, Home of Sleep No More, from 12:30 pm – 4:00 pm. Proceeds...
  • Grazing giraffe on the Serengeti
    Giraffes in the Serengeti
    The Serengeti is not only Tanzania's largest national park, it is also the oldest and most popular National Park as well as a world heritage site. Recently, it was proclaimed as the 7th wonder of the world.Within these confines lives the...
  • Two cheetahs in the Serengeti
    Cheetahs of Tanzania marked by reduced gene pool
    Ahh..the energetic and streamlined cheetah has to be a favorite of many a visitor to Tanzania. They only eat what they hunt and are found in the grasslands, savannas, and woodlands of Africa. The fastest land animal in the world, they are capable...
  • Mt Kilimanjaro
    Hike to the Top of The World for the New Year
    BikeHike Adventures offers active travellers the opportunity to kick off the year on top of the world by summiting Mt. Kilimanjaro on New Years Day. During the perfectly scheduled December departure of BikeHike's Tanzania adventure tour '...
  • Daddy Lion Devours a Wildebeest
    Daddy Lion Devours a Wildebeest
    On safari, on a perfect morning in the Tanzanian Serengeti, we have hit pay dirt: less than 10 feet away from us, the king of the jungle is devouring his breakfast.Breakfast consists of a whole wildebeest that his mate has killed for him, as is...
  • Scenes From Tanzania
    Rainy Season Safari in Tanzania
    For those planning ahead to a safari in Tanzania, the rainy season can actually be one of the better times to travel if you don't mind the occasional deluge. The season lasts from mid to late March through late May. The rains do come, but...
  • WFP supported team reaches the summit
    WFP-backed team reaches summit of Mount Kilimanjaro
    A team of female climbers, supported by the UN World Food Programme (WFP), reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro yesterday. The mission highlighted the importance of school meals and education for girls. At the summit the team displayed the WFP...