Tanzania is one of the best safari destinations in Africa. Learn fun facts about this amazing corner of the world.
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At Wanderful Tanzania, we aim to travel with intention. Sometimes our guests are inspired so much that they return to volunteer in Africa.
Preparing Documents for Your Safari Wanderful Tanzania will take you into the wild to experience the nature you’ve previously seen only in documentaries or magazines. When you begin to plan your safari, you’ll likely be thinking about all the great things you’ll see and do. Perhaps you’ll start purchasing clothing and gathering your camera and […]
Beaches, Plains, Mountains Temp Tourists Located south of the equator, Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa. It sits on the Indian Ocean and borders eight countries: Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia. The geography is incredibly diverse, with beaches along turquoise waters, stretches of grasslands and plains, […]
Learn About their Lives and Tribal Traditions When you book your safari with Wanderful Tanzania, not only will you be immersed in the beautiful scenery and incredible wildlife, but you will also have a chance to meet and interact with some of Tanzania’s indigenous people as well. There are more than 3,000 tribes on the […]
Facts About Africa’s Largest Species The term “Big 5” was originally coined in the 19th Century by big game hunters who found these large African mammal species a trophy to bring home because they were dangerous and difficult to hunt. Going on safari with Wanderful Tanzania allows modern safari enthusiasts to hunt for the Big […]
You’ll have to pardon my incredulous cursing, but this experience was thrilling, exhilarating, and made me SURE I would return to Tanzania again and again. Felix had maneuvered our safari truck to give the other trucks in the area better views to photograph the pride of Lioness that had sought shelter in the shade, but each time […]
Safari Day 4: On our safari this morning we went “off roading.” Apparently, that’s allowed in the Ndutu area, but not the actual Serengeti National Park, so we took full advantage of it. We wound up stopping behind a solitary safari vehicle that had spotted three cheetahs in the tall grass. We called them the […]