Beholding it's position as one of Africa's Seven Natural Wonders, the Serengeti National Park is Tanzania's largest ecosystem and one of the oldest to still exist on Earth. At 30,000 km squared, it is well known for its migration that sees over one million wildebeest and other animals such as zebra and gazelle migrate from the Kenyan border … Continue reading A Serengeti Safari On A Budget: Part I
Within the first two days of arriving in Tanzania, I was fascinated and in awe of the Tinga Tinga style painting. As an artist myself, I was desperate to see the processes, materials and technique used to create such incredible pieces of Art. The use of repetition, pattern and sequencing made the artwork alluring, highlighting … Continue reading Tanzania: Painting Tinga Tinga Style
Read about my stay at the Ocean Breeze Hotel in Tanga, Tanzania.
ThThe Beach Crab Resort in Pangani is located on the picturesque beach of Ushongo. Ran by a German couple, this tranquil place offers delicious local food served in their restaurant, a variety of beach and water activities to try and 6 comfortable beach-side bungalows to choose from for your stay.
I travelled from Moshi to the island of Pangani via Tanga. Here I review our stay at the Beach Crab Resort and our experience with RATCO Buses.
The Falls Mnambe Falls, most commonly known as Materuni Falls, is a natural wonder not to be missed. The falls themselves can be reached from the village of Materuni in a tolerable time of 45 minutes. The village is located at 4,300ft above sea level, positioned amongst high rises and deep valleys. The Chagga tribe … Continue reading Tanzania: A trip to Mnambe Waterfalls, Materuni Village
The second week of my trip meant getting down to business: Teaching. I was privileged enough to have found a center in which a previous volunteer had donated a selection of digital cameras in time for my arrival. With sustainability in mind, the cameras were donated as a tool to generate an income. In the … Continue reading Tanzania: Teaching Photography at Pamoja Tunaweza Boys & Girls Club
Here it is, the sole purpose of my trip to Tanzania: The Pamoja Tunaweza Boys and Girls Club. 'Pamoja Tunaweza' directly translates as 'together we can', a slogan that resembles the unified groups and organisations that came together as one. The Hard Life Art Club was at the basis of the organisation. A group of … Continue reading Tanzania: Volunteering at Pamoja Tunaweza Boys & Girls Club
The top 9 best Vegetarian friendly places to eat Moshi, Tanzania. Eat like a Mexican at El Rancho, experience Indian cusine at the Sikh Club and experience an all vegetarian menu at Milan's.
Being relatively new to the Vegan lifestyle before my trip away in 2014, I became overwhelmed with the negative responses. That, and the moral reasoning to why I chose to become vegan aside, I was even more determined to tackle the challenge of eating animal-free in Tanzania head on. Let's say I was well prepared before I … Continue reading Surviving as a Vegan In Tanzania