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Expanding our knowledge of Tanzania.
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We are heading back to Tanzania!

When we plan your Safari, we like to recommend lodges that we have visited. First hand experience is what we like to give to you. The ambiance of the overall lodge and your overnight room, quality of food, the location of the lodge and surrounding area, the caliber of guides, vehicles, activities, lodge staff, and more.

Well, it is time to head back to Tanzania and expand our knowledge again. For our first time Safari goers to our friends who have traveled with us on mulitiple Safaris, we look forward to sharing our insight and planning better + smarter Safari itineraries for you. 

Make memories on a Safari with Journey To Africa. Karibu [welcome]!
\\ A taste of what we will be doing on Safari in Tanzania //
We are super excited to try out a walking Safari in Serengeti. Our partners on the ground are one of the few designated companies allowed to walk and camp in the wilderness zone in Serengeti. We will spend two nights absorbing information from professional guide Richard Beatty about the special Serengeti walking area, the little things you miss when in the vehicle, mobile camping, the team effort that goes into setting up camp every day and much more.

If you have any questions I need to ask Richard during my walk, please feel free to email [mefi@journeytoafrica.com] or twitter me [@jtasafari]. 
Looking forward to enjoying fresh coconut water in Zanzibar Island.

First, we will fly into historic Stone Town and spend a night at Jafferji House and Spa. We will be indulging in some street food at Forodhani. Walking in the narrow alleys and taking in the history of the Island is a must, when in Zanzibar.

On to Ras Nungwi Beach Resort where we will get to splash in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean and sink our feet into the white sands

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Journey To Africa
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