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The diversity of the Indian Ocean islands

The Indian Ocean is home to some of the most spectacular islands in the world. From the Maldives archipelago just off the Indian sub-continent to the large island of Madagascar off... Read More

Travel Post by Velvet Escape on the 13-11-15


Pic of the Week: The Serengeti, Africa

Enjoy the colors of a sunrise in the Serengeti without having to get up early. Luckily, this photo was contributed by a member of the Solo Travel Society. The post Pic... Read More

Travel Post by Solo Traveler on the 27-10-15


From Zanzibar: Tales of an Introvert

Introspection in paradise. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 14-09-15


Lost in Stone Town

Joyfully. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 03-09-15


Where the Wild Things Are

Stray, and we could become prey. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 27-08-15


This is Tanzania

It is savoury, wild, and a luminous spirit. ... Read More

Travel Post by Hecktic Travels on the 17-08-15


A Little Safari… Spotting Lions and Giraffes in Tanzania’s National Parks

Arriving in Tanzania started on a shaky note. I hadn’t realized someone robbed me of my cash my last day in Cape Town until I stood at the border between Kenya and... Read More

Travel Post by A Little Adrift on the 02-03-15


Luxury Safari in the Serengeti

The Serengeti is famous for its endless plains, the rich game life and multiple lodges that offer you a pleasant stay and a good time. A few of these places... Read More

Travel Post by Travelettes on the 03-09-14


Lunar on Kili

Description: Hikers and porters press forward on Day 4 of the climb up Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro. How I Got This Shot: The biggest concrete “tactic” employed here was the “Rule of Thirds”: I... Read More

Travel Post by Wills Blog of Travel and Life on the 28-04-14


A Little Story… This One’s for Africa

I stare owl-eyed into the waiting dala dala as 27 faces stared back. The minivan—for though it has extra rows of seats compared to the soccer-mom-mobiles of the US, it’s still... Read More

Travel Post by A Little Adrift on the 22-04-14


A Little Adrift… Dispatch from Africa: From Sand to Safari

The sky is lit with fiery fingers of color, the dense humidity and the clouds pulling the saffron flames across the sky. Zanzibar does not disappoint. I arrived last week in... Read More

Travel Post by A Little Adrift on the 14-04-14


Expectations of Africa: An interview with Hannah and Adam of Getting Stamped

Hannah and Adam are 2013 Bloggies Award finalists and editors of Getting Stamped. They have already covered the Philippines, New Zealand, and Cambodia, and that’s only a small portion of... Read More

Travel Post by The Indie Travel Podcast on the 20-03-14


Friday Postcard: Tanzania

I love this one! Today’s photo comes from Emma of Ladies with Luggage:This photo was taken en route to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, East Africa . I spotted... Read More

Travel Post by Twenty-Something Travel on the 07-02-14


Mukhy’s grilled tandoori chicken and sauces you can’t resist!

It’s a beautiful view, sitting on a plastic chair in front of a piece of street-side grilled chicken with a trio of unknown sauces to explore. And that’s exactly what I... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 30-01-14


Moringa, have you eaten this miracle tree?

Moringa is also known as the “miracle tree.” And after learning more about this tree and its extreme nutrition capabilities, it’s easy to understand why. The most widely grown species of... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 16-01-14


21 Epic Meals I Ate in 2013

It’s crazy to think about how many meals you ate in an entire year. Let’s break it down. We all have 365 days in a year, and many of us eat... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 30-12-13


Grace Home-Style Tanzanian Food – One of the Best Lunches You Can Eat in Dar Es Salaam

In the middle of a quiet tree lined residential area in Dar Es Salaam, just a stones throw from the Kenya High Commission, is Grace Shop. During non-meal hours, it’s little... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 09-12-13


Travel Photo of the Day: Best Bananas, Tanzania

Most pictures from our group safaris to East Africa are of lions, zebras, elephants, and other big game wildlife that has drawn so much of the world to these magical... Read More

Travel Post by PhotoFly Travel Club on the 06-12-13


Monster Mishkaki Kebabs at Ali’s Restaurant, Dar Es Salaam

One of the greatest things to eat in Tanzania is mishkaki. It’s the Tanzanian version of the skewered shish kebab. Mishkaki is a creation that contains a little African, a little... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 26-11-13


Chips Mayai (French Fries Omelet) – A Staple of Tanzanian Junk Food

Chips mayai (also known as chipsi mayai) is one of the most widely available and popular Tanzanian street foods in the country. Chips, is of course another word for French fries,... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 21-11-13


VIDEO: Zanzibari Food at Lukmaan Restaurant in Stone Town

You might have already seen the article about Lukmann restaurant, it’s one of my favorites in Stone Town. The rice biryani’s, the curries, and in particular the octopus curry, which I had... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 17-11-13


Bongoyo Island – Day Trip from Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, is located right along the Indian Ocean, and while you can go to beaches at places in town like Coco Beach, it’s not really recommended to... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 14-11-13


Red Ripe Tomatoes at a Tanzanian Shamba (Garden)

One day while in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, we headed out to the shamba (Kiswahili word for garden). Just a short but memorable dalla dalla (local public bus) from the always... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 12-11-13


Tanzanian Food: Typical and Traditional Cuisine

Tanzania, located on the East coast of Africa, has a cuisine that’s been influenced by a number of cultures and... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 11-11-13


Ras Nungwi Beach Hotel – Peaceful Luxury on a Private Stretch of Zanzibar Beach

Described as “laid-back luxury,” Ras Nungwi Beach Hoel is exactly that… and a lot more! After a 1.5 hour ride from Stone Town, we arrived in the village of Nungwi, located... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 07-11-13


Mama Theopiste’s Tanzanian Food at the Boy Scouts Canteen

Located within the Tanzania Scouts Association property, and opposite the Don Bosco Catholic youth center, in the Upanga District of Dar Es Salaam, is the Scouts Canteen (unofficial). Mama Theopiste controls... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 31-10-13


Holiday Out – Tasty Tanzanian Food (Not your typical Holiday Inn)

Holiday Out is a local Tanzanian food restaurant in downtown Dar Es Salaam, located on Garden Ave. across from the Southern Sun Hotel (it was formerly the Holiday Inn –... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 29-10-13


Dar Es Salaam Village Museum: A Peek Into the Homes of Tanzania’s Tribes

Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, is not the most touristy big city in the world. In fact many of the tourists that... Read More

Travel Post by Go Backpacking on the 22-10-13


Zanzibar Mix and Tasty Gujarati Street Food Snacks in Dar Es Salaam

About 5 pm each evening, when the sun dies down, a number of Dar Es Salaam street food carts specializing in Indian food emerge. From downtown Dar Es Salaam and throughout... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 22-10-13


Barbecue House Restaurant – Consistently Delicious Food in Dar Es Salaam

Barbecue House, located in the Upanga district, is consistently one of the best restaurants in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania. As the name suggests, they specialize in local Tanzanian style barbecued meats... Read More

Travel Post by Migrationology on the 18-10-13