Featured Destinations:

Tanzania

Dar es Salaam. The City of Peace, is what the name means in Arabic, Dar Es Salaam is a vibrant place that mixes flavors, cultures and customs much like you’d mix a pot of your favorite stew. All of the ingredients together make the dish so delicious, but separately are just, mehh, average. The city sits at the edge of the Indian Ocean, with Mizinga creek hugging the southern part of the city. Staying in the heart of the Kariakoo district, in the area of Sikukuu St. is one of an amazing number of exciting chances to get away from the tourist areas and see how people go about their daily lives.

Mafia Island. It sits in the shadow of it’s more famous sibling, Zanzibar, so this means that it’s a place yet to be discovered by the majority of tourists or large hotels. Unless you’re an avid diver, live in Tanzania or do a specific search like I did, you won’t know about Mafia Island. And unlike Zanzibar, which is accessible by boat from Dar Es Salaam, Mafia is only accessible by air from Dar Es Salaam, making it a little more isolated and undisturbed. 

Malawi

The warm heart of Africa, Malawi is an experience like no other. Lake Malawi is the jewel of the country and is home to so many adventures. incomparable sunsets and sunrises, relaxing days, days spent exploring. 

Kenya

Once a colony of the British empire, Kenya is the land of the beautifully regal, statuesque Maasai warrior. The vast savannah of the Maasai Mara reserve where one of the greatest migrations on earth takes place, the wildebeest migration. Take a walking safari with the ancient Maasai tribesmen across the vast savannah of the Maasai Mara to experience the diverse wildlife that call it home. Stand in awe of the largest land animal on the planet, the African Elephant, while trying to spot the elusive cheetah.

Where else do we go? There are no limits, we plan trips all over the world.

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