17. July 2019
The natural and wildlife in Tanzania is definitely enough to take your breath away. Since the 1920s, Lake Manyara area was used for sports hunting. It was given National Park status and in 1974 were added to the southern end. The majority of the land area of the park is a narrow strip running between the Gregory Rift valley wall to the west and Lake Manyara, an alkaline lake, to the east. The national park only includes the northwest quadrant of the lake.
10. July 2019
Setting off on an early Friday morning, a group of guests excitedly climbed into the safari car. The natural and wildlife in Tanzania is definitely enough to take your breath away, and one place in particular need to start with at your bucket list is Serengeti National Park. The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania was established in 1952. It is home to the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth - the great migration of wildebeest and zebra. The resident population of lion, cheetah, elephant,...
03. July 2019
The Ngorongoro Crater is one of Tanzania’s most famous and most spectacular natural wonders. It is located within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Northern Tanzania’s Crater Highlands, which borders the Serengeti National Park. The crater was formed 2-3 million years ago and is one of the world’s biggest inactive and intact craters in the world. It is also one of the wildlife spots in the country, which makes it even more fascinating. Apart from elephants, buffalo's, lions, leopards...
27. June 2019
Setting off on an early Thursday morning, a group of guests excitedly climbed into the safari car. The natural and wildlife in Tanzania is definitely enough to take your breath away, and one place in particular you need to add to your bucket list is Tarangire National Park. Known as perhaps one of the largest homes for elephants in Tanzania, Tarangire is one of the most underrated safari parks you can visit. Full of elephants, it’s a dream for many, and the beautiful herds gather with the...
19. June 2019
With an estimated 8.9 million people around the Southeastern African Great Lakes Region, The Sukuma is the largest ethnic group in Tanzania. The greatness of the tribe has really evolved since all the small, independent chiefdoms in this region were grouped together and perceived as a unit under the colonial government of Tanzania in 1946. The Sukuma believe in Spirit Possession and have a holistic approach in their beliefs of seeing everything as interconnected; natural and supernatural alike....
12. June 2019
Famed worldwide for their dances, music, customs and body modifications, The Maasai people are a huge part of culture in Tanzania. Having originated from Southern Sudan, they migrated into Tanzania during the 17th Century and, of the remaining 12 distinct groups of Maasai left in the world, the largest of these groups is found in Northern Tanzania. With their original customs still largely held in tact within these groups, they prove to be a great source of tourism within the country; as many...
05. June 2019
Working with the community for World Environment Day!
29. May 2019
In this series we look at the rich blend of people that belong to Tanzania, where they come from and how they put aside differences to become one nation, one people, respecting one another’s beliefs. With an estimated population of around 40 million people, Tanzania is a cauldron of ethnicity, culture and history. The Republic of Tanzania has evolved the greatest linguistic diversity in the whole of the African continent, with four major African language bases, ranging from Bantu, Cushitic...
23. May 2019
The Shadow of Success for Street Youth of Arusha project was founded in 2013 by Ayubu Kazana. We were lucky enough to spend our day with him and some of the young adults he works with. The project's work is truly incredible and something we wanted to share with you all. I don't have enough time (or enough of a word count) to tell you everything they do (it's a lot, and all amazing) but for a rough idea; they provide street children with health insurance as well providing them with lunch, advice...
15. May 2019
A project created to empower women and give them the opportunity to provide for themselves and their families, Afrikan Wear Design has had a positive impact on so many lives. Founded in 2015, the project offers widows, single mothers and young women sewing machines and a place to grow their skills and create and design their own clothes, jewellery and more. Last week, a few volunteers from Viva Tanzania, Jen, Ryan and Nicole, were lucky enough to visit Afrikan Wear Design. The project itself is...

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