By ~ Lindo Travel | Wednesday 25th, April, 2018

Diving Adventures in Tanzania

Diving in Tanzania is a magical experience. Cristal clear tropical water, unspoiled corals, shoals of fish darting through the reefs, sea turtles gliding through the water, school of barracudas circling overhead. Tanzania has something to offer divers of all abilities. The dive sites in Dar es Salaam, Mtwara, Mikindani, Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia rival those found in the Red Sea and deserve to place Tanzania on the map as a ...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 19th, April, 2018

Usambara Mountains & Lushoto Explorations

With their wide vistas, cool climate, winding paths and picturesque villages, the Usambaras are of the northeastern Tanzania’s highlights. Rural life here revolves around a circle of bustling, colorful market days that rotate from one village to the next and is largely untouched by booming safari scenes and influx of fancy 4WDs in nearby cities. It’s possible to spend at least a week hiking from village to village. Or relax...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Thursday 19th, April, 2018

Tanzania Amazing & Adventurous Safaris Activities

Tanzania teems with wildlife. With vast elephant herds around Ruaha and Tarangire National Park, and the Chimpanzee bands that frolic in the forests of Mahale Mountains and Gombe Stream National Park, the country is one of Africa’s premiere wildlife-watching destinations. Few other places on Earth host such an impressive collection of large animals supported by such a range of environmental and climatic conditions within su...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 16th, April, 2018

Explore Lake Natron - Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Shimmering amid the parched, sun scorched landscapes along the Kenyan boarder north-east of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area NCA is Lake Natron, a 60km-long alkaline Lake known for the huge flocks of flamingos that gather here at the end of the rainy season.

The surrounding country is remote, with a desolate other worldly beauty and incomparable feeling of space and can be rewarding – albeit of very hot – off t...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Monday 16th, April, 2018

What is Possible to do when you are in Moshi

Moshi is a small, bustling town that nestles in the gently-sloping foothills of the majestic Kilimanjaro. It’s the traditional jump-off point for the brave souls that attempt Kilimanjaro but Moshi isn’t just about climbing. It has a spirit and energy all its own, and, although the grand beauty of Kilimanjaro looming in the distance is ever-present, it’s worth exploring for its colour, bustling markets and daily lives of its...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Sunday 15th, April, 2018

Tanzania Camping Safari Adventures

Camping conjures up many different images for different people-memories of scout and guide camps as youth or perhaps family camping trips- but for the purposes of the camping safaris offered by TATO members like we do at Lindo Travel, there are four categories.

BUDGET CAMPING
Budget camping involves traveling with all your camp equipments, your guide and possibly a cook in your vehicle, once you get to camp ...

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By ~ Lindo Travel | Friday 13th, April, 2018

Which is The Best Month to Climb Mount Kilimanjaro

The dry, warm months from mid-December to March and the dry, but cooler months from June to October are generally the best times to trek on the mountain as the weather is normally more favorable with less rain and snow. November is a little more unpredictable and you can have some beautiful sunny days followed by some very poor weather.

The months of April and May should be avoided as it can be very wet with heavy sno...

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