• Magical Stone Town – Things To See and Do

    With over 1,200 years of interesting and culturally diverse history, Stone Town is a unique place that is a must-visit for anyone planning a trip to Zanzibar. This UNESCO World Heritage…

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    Useful Swahili Phrases For Travel In Tanzania

    Swahili, also known as Kiswahili, is a Bantu language and the first language of Tanzanian people. If you are travelling to Tanzania soon then you may find it useful to know…

  • The True Cost of Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro

    While working in the tourism industry here in Tanzania, it’s not uncommon for me to hear the question “why is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro so expensive?”. When researching, they are often surprised…

  • 15 Awesome Things To Do In Moshi, Tanzania

    It’s been several weeks since I moved my life to Moshi, Tanzania, so I thought it was about time I shared a little insight into what my new hometown has to…

  • An Unexpected Wildlife Encounter in Tanzania

    We were saying our goodbyes after spending two wonderful days with a local Maasai village in the West Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania. After what was an incredible and eye-opening experience with…

  • Where Is…Lisa From Fjords and Beaches?

    Lisa Stentvedt is a 26-year-old travel blogger from the beautiful fjords of Norway. She’s equipped with a pretty severe coffee addiction, chronic sarcasm, and a serious case of wanderlust — and LOVES…

  • 10 Must-See London Attractions

    Attracting over 27 million visitors every year, London is one of the most visited cities in Europe and it’s easy to see why. From its vibrant arts/culture scene and world-renowned historical…

  • Africa Is Still Calling…

    It’s been a few months in the making, but I am finally pleased to announce some pretty big news on the blog today. In just over a week, I’ll be moving…

  • Where Is…Emma from Where’s That To?

    Welcome to this week’s Where Is…? interview – a series dedicated to finding out where some of my fellow bloggers have been exploring recently. Today I’ll be chatting to Mrs Emma Badger,…