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5 awesome walking experiences in Tanzania

Posted on April 17, 2018
“Drives in game vehicles looking for animals is fine, but give me a walk in the bush any day. Stepping in the dust, touching the plants, listening to the sounds of birds, insects and animals as you...

Arusha and Tarangire - Two must-visit parks you might miss

Posted on April 17, 2018
These are two of our favourite parks in Tanzania – They’re not as large or busy as the Serengeti and full of wonderful safari experiences. Arusha National Park Situated in the Arusha region of north...

It's all downhill from here for AA guide

Posted on July 9, 2017
While most people in their early 30s would be easing back on extreme sports, Active Africa guide, Eckhardt Kühn is charging full throttle downhill on his mountain bike. Eckhardt vividly remembers his...

Fatbike breakaway in Mozambique

Posted on March 3, 2017
Mozambique’s remote Machangulo peninsula has much to offer, away from the tourist traffic of the beaches further south. Accessibility is difficult and remote, however, thanks to fatbikes, beach...

Plastic water bottles bring smiles to children's faces

Posted on August 6, 2016
Ever wondered what happens to all those plastic water bottles that are offered on tour?? While Active Africa has always diligently recycled all of the bottles left behind in vehicles and after hikes...

Hunting with the waHadzabe: the experiential Tanzania

Posted on July 1, 2016
 Jacqui Goodwin   It was never on my bucket list to accompany an aboriginal hunt, or in fact, a hunt of any kind; nor had I ever considered that my companions might actually catch and kill something...

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