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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 13th, January, 2020

Cultural Tourism Destinations in Tanzania

SOUTHERN PARE MOUNTAINS

Walk the most remote mountains of northern Tanzania with local farmers, through traditional Pare villages and dense tropical forests. From half-day to three days guided hikes, this is an opportunity to step into the culture of the Pare people. Visit the Maghimbi Caves, secret hiding place during the slave raids, and then proceed to Malemeni Rock, the scene of human sacrifices to appease evil spiri...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 13th, January, 2020

Cultural Tourism in Tanzania

A cultural safari consists of several days staying in a local guesthouse, eating local ethic food and absorbing the culture of the people who have lived in the area for years. Each day is usually spent trekking and visiting farms, houses and local projects. All meals will be in small restaurants and your nights spent in clean but simple local guesthouses.

Tanzania is endowed with the rich cultural heritage of 120 ethnic ...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 9th, January, 2020

How to Get the Best Honeymoon Experience in Tanzania

We Trust ourselves on the quality of our itinerary planning. Each honeymoon is constructed according to the needs of the individual couple. With a stunning country, as diverse as Tanzania it's important to know how to get away from the path most traveled. Our knowledge of the camps, the best rooms, and best game areas ensure that your honeymoon is that once in a lifetime experience it should be.

We tend to favor small, p...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Wednesday 20th, November, 2019

The History of a Safari in Tanzania

SAFARI

In Swahili, Safari simply means “Journey” today the word is synonymous with the thrill of seeing Africa’s great wildlife.

Images of the grand hunting safari, complete with an entourage of porters, still abound in Tanzania, immortalized by adventures of glamorous big game hunters such as Ernest Hemingway. Today, it is photographic rather than hunting safaris that form the mainstay of Tanzania tourism, ...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 1st, November, 2019

What Legend has to say about Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro Story

From ancient Ethiopian emperors to modern US presidents, Mount Kilimanjaro’s majestic snowcapped peak attracts adventurous from all over the world.

According to legend, the first person to ascend Mount Kilimanjaro was King Menelik I, supposedly the son of King Solomon and Queen of Sheba. He ruled the Axumite Empire in what is now northern Ethiopia in the 10th Century BC and fought battles in...

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