We’re not the only ones who occasionally like to kick back and take in the view from a lounging position; animals, too, love hitching a ride…often on one another!
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One of the greatest tragedies of the widespread poaching on the African continent is how much is lost for so little. An elephant can reach a towering 13 feet tall and weigh up to 14,000 pounds, but it’s killed for less than 200 pounds of ivory—around 1% of its body weight (female elephants, even those that reach an advanced age, average just 20 pounds/tusk). A 3,000 pound rhinoceros has even starker stats; it might die for just 6-8 pounds of horn.
We pride ourselves on providing top of the line safari experiences that travelers will remember fondly for years to come. But for some visitors, a Tanzanian safari is more than just a dream vacation; it becomes a truly life-changing experience. Michelle Doherty recently returned from her first safari in Tanzania, and just hours after arriving […]
When we think of zebras, “stripes” is probably the first thought that comes to mind. It’s the species’ most recognizable trait, not to mention a perennial fashion favorite. But why such a distinctive look? Is there any reason for zebras’ immediately identifiable coats?
Enjoy this recipe for a classic Tanzanian meal of chicken in a tomatoey peanut sauce. It pairs well with ugali (if you feel like going VERY traditional), but would also be excellent served over rice!