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1. Tanzanias Serengeti Most Popular African Safari Destination
April 16, 2018

The sprawling Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is the most popular place to go on safari in Africa, according to the results of a new survey that also includes the east African country among the top locations for going on honeymoon or safari on the massive continent. In a poll by Google Surveys for UK-based Africa travel experts Tanzania Odyssey , the Serengeti was the safari destination most known by respondents (44.8%), with Kruger National Park in South Africa the second most popular place (43.2%) to go on safari. Part of the Serengeti — famous for its annual wildebeest migration — i... (read more)

Author: Dan Abelow

2. Kenya and Tanzania Among Favoured African Holiday Destinations: Poll
April 16, 2018

Kenya and Tanzania are among the most popular choices of travellers if they had to pick a location in Africa to honeymoon or go on safari, according to the results of a new poll. The neighbouring countries in the enormous continent of 54 nations and territories emerged as the favourite of people who would plan a trip to Africa if they didn't have to worry about costs. That’s what a Google Surveys poll for UK-based travel firm Africa Odyssey found. Altogether, 19.7% of respondents chose South Africa, 15.4% said they would be happy to holiday anywhere in Africa, 14.6% opted for Kenya, 9% f... (read more)

Author: Dan Abelow

3. These 4 Adventure Travel Gadgets Will Keep You Going at All Times
February 06, 2018

You’ve got your tent, clothes and socks, and you’re all excited to head out into the Great Outdoors and take on whatever you find. Maybe that’s a walking safari in Tanzania, kayaking in Belize or hiking up the Dolomites in Italy. But since this is the 21st century and most of us are plugged in to some sort of device most hours of the day, a trusty, traditional compass and map don’t quite cut it for a lot of people anymore. High-tech and, let’s face it, really cool gadgets are a must-have for the modern day explorers out there. The market is packed with gimmicks of all specs, prices and f... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

4. Circumambulating the history of time
January 10, 2018

Transition spaces hold poignant reflection as connecting links as they silver-tongue India’s awe-inspiring historical narrative at the ongoing ‘India and the World: A History in Nine Stories’ exhibition at the CSMVS, Mumbai… The din of the outside world ceased to exist, when I entered a dark corridor and set sight on two stone hand axes from India and Tanzania glistening in the distance, beckoning to be ‘discovered’. The singular radiance of these and other objects like pottery, once found in dark caves, but now sharing an ephemeral space within these coarsely-textured, contoured walls… r... (read more)

Author: Team IAnD

5. The City of Dar El Salam
August 17, 2017

Dar El Salam was the capital of Tanzania until 1996. Located on the Eastern shores of the Indian Ocean, Dar El Salam is nevertheless the largest city of in the country and the most important political and economic hub with more than 4 million inhabitants. Many tourists who travel to Tanzania spend a couple of days in Dar El Salam, probably because the major airport is located there, before they move on with their safari and beach vacations. Although most travelers who tour Tanzania are usually interested to go on safari trips to explore the wonders of the animal kingdom or enjoy some wond... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

6. Things not to be missed in Tanzania
July 31, 2017

Tanzania is among one of the most popular touristic destinations in Africa that grabs the attention of several travelers from various regions around the world. The country offers much excitement and many magnificent places to explore and activities to carry out. This is why we would be highlighting a number of places and activities that tourists who spend their vacations in Tanzania should never miss. A visit to the Serengeti National Park is a must for tourists who travel to Tanzania. This is one of the most impressive wild life parks all over the world. This is where tourists would wat... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

7. The Wild Life of Tanzania
May 24, 2017

If the word East Africa appears in a sentence, most probably it would continue the word safari as well! Travelers who wish to enjoy a vacation in Tanzania, for example, dream to explore the magnificent experiences of visiting the wild animals in their original habitat. Tanzania offers the best safaris in the whole world with a diversity that is truly unparalleled. Can you imagine that the country has more than 40 national parks and game reserves? Today we would be highlighting some of the most amazing animals travelers who tour Tanzania would expect to view during their trip to the count... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

8. A Head For Adventure: Hit the Heights of Kilimanjaro
March 23, 2017

Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountain in the world, and is Africa’s highest peak. A dormant volcano located in Northern Tanzania, its summit Uhuru Peak stands at 5,895m or 19,341 ft. Trekkers on fast routes can conquer Kili within 4-5 days, with other routes lasting around 8 days. The success rate for reaching the peak is around 67%, and you could easily be one of the 50,000 thrill-seekers who climb this beauty each year. Routes to the Summit With six different options, it can be slightly overwhelming to decide which to go for. Around two thirds of climbers opt for the M... (read more)

Author: Laura Jeeves

9. Exploring the area of Western Tanzania
January 31, 2017

Although the area of western Tanzania is isolated and has minimal infrastructure in comparison to other sections of the country, it can be a paradise for tourists who love to view the animals in their natural habitat, in one of the most unexploited environment in the whole world. This is why a number of the travelers who tour Tanzania visit the western region of the nation. There are in fact a few national parks that offer a magnificent safari experiences for tourist who travel to Tanzania, especially those who are fond of the chimpanzees. These include Gombe Stream National Park and the... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

10. Tanzania Charges Whistleblower Website Owner With Obstructing Police
December 16, 2016

Tanzania on Friday charged the co-founder of a website where people can post comments on officials they believe are corrupt with offences including obstructing a police investigation. Maxence Melo Mubyazi was arrested on Tuesday and has since been held by police, who have also searched his office and home. A charge sheet seen by Reuters showed that Mubyazi, 40, managing director and co-founder of jamiiforums website, has been charged with multiple counts of obstructing justice and...... (read more)

11. Turkey Seeks to Arrest 55 People Suspected of Financing Gulen
December 14, 2016

Turkish authorities issued arrest warrants for 55 people, including businessmen, suspected of giving financial support to the network of the U.S.-based cleric Ankara accuses of orchestrating a failed military coup in July, broadcaster NTV said. The businessmen suspected of being linked to the cleric's network allegedly carried large sums of cash, which they have called a “favor,” back and forth between Turkey, Tanzania, Uganda and Kazakhstan since 2014, NTV said. Ankara accuses the...... (read more)

12. Saliva-sniffing Rats Help Diagnose Tuberculosis in Tanzania
December 12, 2016

Tuberculosis killed some two million people last year, making it one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. Accurately diagnosing the disease is critical to reducing its toll, but that can be a challenge in the developing world. A new health facility in Tanzania is employing a novel, low-cost tool that could help millions get the medicine they need to fight off the disease. Sophie Tremblay has the story from Dar es Salaam.... (read more)

13. A Fossil Rarity: Tumor Found in 255 Million-year-old Beast
December 08, 2016

Scientists examining the jawbone of a saber-toothed, mammal-like beast that prowled Tanzania 255 million years ago have come across a remarkable fossil rarity: one of the oldest-known tumors. University of Washington researchers on Thursday described a benign tumor composed of miniature toothlike structures they found embedded next to the root of the creature's enlarged canine tooth while studying an unrelated aspect of the jaw. The animal was a member of an extinct group of...... (read more)

14. Female Solar Entrepreneurs Drive East African Business Surge
December 06, 2016

As the darkness falls on the plains around Bunambiyu, a remote village in Tanzania's northern Shinyanga region, Elizabeth Julius switches on her solar lantern to finish sewing clothes for her customers. Not long ago, nightfall would have forced her to close her tailoring shop, or use a smoky kerosene lamp. But with the solar-powered lamp, Julius can now sew for as long as she wants. "Solar energy has entirely changed my life. I use it at work and at home, yet it doesn't...... (read more)

15. Tanzania Buying New Planes for Troubled National Airline to Boost Tourism
December 05, 2016

Tanzania plans to revamp its cash-strapped national carrier by buying new planes as part of plans to boost tourism and transport sectors, Tanzanian President John Magufuli said on Monday. Home to the famous Serengeti National Park and Africa's highest mountain Kilimanjaro, Tanzania relies heavily on revenues from tourism - its biggest foreign exchange earner, bringing in around $2 billion a year. Magufuli said his government wants to increase direct flights between Tanzania and...... (read more)

16. Rwandan Tribunal Archives Move to Permanent Home
November 27, 2016

Since July 1994, the end of the brutal genocide in Rwanda, the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda has prosecuted dozens of alleged leaders. The court officially closed last year, but a new facility in Tanzania will be home to the tribunal's archives and a courtroom for future cases. For VOA, Willy Lowry has the story from Arusha.... (read more)

17. Burundi Exodus Fueling African Refugee Crisis, Charity Says
November 16, 2016

A fivefold surge in Burundians fleeing to Tanzania to escape political violence in their troubled central African homeland is creating one of Africa's biggest refugee crises, a charity said Wednesday, amid warnings from activists of genocide threats. Some 10,000 Burundians have arrived in neighboring Tanzania each month since August, increasing the population in three overcrowded northwestern camps to almost 250,000 people, said Doctors Without Borders, known by its French initials,...... (read more)

18. Tanzanian Tribe Turns to Carbon Offsets to Protect Ancestral Forests
November 15, 2016

Experts estimate the Hadzabe people have lived in the same area of northern Tanzania for more than 40,000 years. They are one of the world's last hunter-gatherer tribes, and they are fighting for survival. Since the 1960s, they’ve lost 90 percent of their land. But now, the Hadzabe have turned to a decidedly modern invention, the global carbon trading market, to help them preserve the forests they call home. For VOA, Willy Lowry has the story from the Yaeda Valley.... (read more)

19. Smartphone App Screens Women for Cervical Cancer in Tanzania
November 13, 2016

About half a million women are diagnosed with cervical cancer around the world each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most cases occur in developing countries where regular gynecological screenings are not widely accessible. But a new smartphone application developed in Tanzania is helping to change that. For VOA, Sophie Tremblay reports from Moshi.... (read more)

20. Smartphones Screen Women for Cervical Cancer in Tanzania
November 10, 2016

About half a million women are diagnosed with cervical cancer around the world each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most cases occur in developing countries where regular gynecological screenings are not widely accessible. But a new smartphone application developed in Tanzania is helping to change that. For VOA, Sophie Tremblay reports from Moshi.... (read more)

21. Activist: Law Not Enough to End Child Marriage in Tanzania 
November 04, 2016

An activist whose petition earlier this year triggered a Tanzanian high court ruling against child marriage said social transformation was needed to end the longstanding custom many families use as a “survival system.” “Changing the law is not the ultimate end to child marriage,” said Rebeca Gyumi, founder of the Msichana Initiative, a Tanzanian charity promoting girls’ rights. “Changing mindsets and trying to trigger the shift of customs and traditions is the next thing we are planning...... (read more)

22. Kenya, Tanzania Aim to Reset Economic Partnership
October 31, 2016

Tanzania’s president is making his first state visit to Kenya since taking office last October, in a bid to improve relations strained by economic competition. Kenya is "quite important to Tanzania," President John Magufuli told reporters upon arriving Monday in the northern neighbor’s capital city, Nairobi, for a two-day visit.  Magufuli cited data from the Tanzania Investment Center, which reports that 529 Kenyan companies have invested roughly $1.7 billion in...... (read more)

23. The Island of Pemba in Tanzania
October 06, 2016

Pemba is in fact the second largest island of Tanzania, after Zanzibar, its neighbor that always took all the fame, political power, and was often more visible and known to the whole world. Although there is only 50 kilometers of water that separates the two islands of Zanzibar and Pemba, only a few numbers of tourists who travel to Tanzania visit Pemba despite the beauty of the island. Nicknamed as the green island, Pemba has many fertile lands and a large number of mountains and hills. During the period of the Arab ruling, Pemba was the center of agriculture of many plants that used to... (read more)

Author: The Webmaster

24. Tanzania's New Leader Pleases, Alarms With Dramatic Decrees
October 06, 2016

At first, Tanzania's new president appeared keen on smashing corruption and wasteful government spending, capturing the admiration of many in this East African country with austerity measures like rarely traveling abroad.   Then came President John Pombe Magufuli's more startling decrees. He banned all opposition rallies until 2020, when the next election is due. He approved a tough new cybercrime law under which some Tanzanians have been charged with insulting him in...... (read more)

25. Wing flap Found in Tanzania Confirmed to Be Part of MH370
September 15, 2016

A wing flap that washed ashore on an island off Tanzania has been identified as belonging to missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, Australian officials said Thursday. The flap was found in June by residents on Pemba Island off the coast of Tanzania, and officials had previously said it was highly likely to have come from the missing Boeing 777. An analysis by experts at the Australian Transport Safety Bureau, which is heading up the search for the plane, subsequently confirmed the part...... (read more)

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