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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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By ~ Lindo Travel | Wednesday 30th, October, 2019

Tanzania Northern Safari Circuit

The Northern Safari Circuit

The world’s finest safari circuit incorporates the legendary Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, as well as the lovely Lake Manyara, Oldupai Gorge and the rock art of Kondoa.

Running westwards from Arusha towards the eastern shores of Lake Victoria, the well-established safari circuit through northern Tanzania is explored by almost all first-time visitors to the country. Some will cherry-pi...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Wednesday 25th, September, 2019

Things You real need on a Camping Safari in Africa

It is always a challenge what to pack when going on vacation, but when going on a camping safari to the Serengeti it gets even tougher. That’s why Lindo Travel wants you to separate the useful from the useless items.

1.Head torch

A head torch is an absolute must for camping in the wild. Why? First of all, it is very handy when putting down the tents early in the morning. Working your way around with a torch in your...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 19th, September, 2019

Which is The Best Hot Air Balloon Company in the Serengeti Plains?

Enjoy an incredible balloon safari flying over the Serengeti National Park, boosting enchanting scenery and uninterrupted views on an unforgettable, extraordinary adventure. Allowing you to absorb the magnitude of the size of the park with amazing opportunities for stunning photographic moments on this miraculous glide over the Serengeti Ecosystem.

These endless plains are host to The Wildebeest Migration where millions ...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Wednesday 28th, August, 2019

Planning a Climb to Mount Kilimanjaro trip in Tanzania

Planning a Climb to Mount Kilimanjaro trip in Tanzania

Planning a Kilimanjaro climb with Lindo Travel is easy, prepare earlier the necessary gears for your Mount Kilimanjaro climbing adventure. Bring those items that are not optional but essential for your comfort and safety and enjoyable climbing.

Physical Preparations

It is important that your body is adequately prepared for the physical challenges o...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 19th, July, 2019

How to Organize the Best Tanzania Family Safari Holiday

A Tanzania safari is a delight for all ages, and as such is an ideal family holiday. The excitement of the adventure is truly shared, allowing parents, grandparents, and children to treasure memories forever after. Every Tanzania safari is so different; each wildlife moment is so distinct, that even old-timers cannot claim to have seen it all before.

We've created many fabulous Tanzania family holidays - however, carefu...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Tuesday 21st, May, 2019

Ban of Plastic Bags in Tanzania

Lindo Travel would like to notify all travelers planning to visit Tanzania that, the Government of Tanzania has made an official announcement that, from 1st June 2019 all plastic carrier bags, regardless of their thickness will be prohibited from being imported, exported, manufactured, sold, stored, supplied and used on mainland Tanzania.

However, plastic or plastic packing for medical services, industrial products, con...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 12th, April, 2019

Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro Information

Trekking Mount Kilimanjaro Important Information

Since its official opening in 1977, Kilimanjaro National Park has become one of Tanzania’s most visited parks. Unlike the other northern parks, this isn’t for the wildlife-although wildlife is there. Rather, it’s to gaze in awe at a mountain on the equator capped with snow and to take advantage of the chance to climb to the top of Africa.

At the heart of the park sta...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 4th, April, 2019

Know The Chagga Tribe, Native To The Slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro

The Chagga people are found in the northern part of Tanzania, they live around the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. The Chagga are also called Chaga, Wachaga (in plural). Their relative wealth comes from not only the favorable climate of the area but also on hard working in the farms through the successful agricultural practices which include extensive irrigation systems and continuous fertilization practiced for thousands of year...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 1st, April, 2019

The tallest tree in Africa is found in Mount Kilimanjaro - Tanzania

Did you know that the tallest tree in Africa, as well as the 6th tallest tree in the world, is found inside Mount Kilimanjaro national park? Where Kilimanjaro national park is one among the 16 national parks that are in Tanzania which is under TANAPA (Tanzania National Parks) It has the height of 81.5 meters and age between 500 to 600 years. It's one of the tourist attraction found in Mount Kilimanjaro. We hope that KINAPA wi...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Wednesday 27th, March, 2019

Pemba Island

Located about 80km from Zanzibar Island, about the same distance directly east of Tanga on the Tanzanian mainland. With its hilly landscape, its highest point is less than 100 meters above sea level, by size Pemba is smaller than Unguja.

Arab sailors once named Pemba as 'El Huthera', meaning the Green, due to her dense and lush vegetation. There are more natural forests and plantations than on Zanzibar Island, and Pemba ...

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