Recently returned chimp enthusiast, and Africa specialist, Ric has just returned from Western Tanzania. He describes his experience while at the Mahale Mountains in search of a community of habituated Chimpanzees within this blog.
Africa is renowned the world over for its diving sites. Here we present you with our Top 4 choices… 1. Quirimbas Archipelago, Mozambique Consisting of over fifty coral islands, the Quirimbas Archipelago in northern Mozambique has recently been granted protection status in the form of the Quirimbas National Park. The 7,500 km sq. park has more »
Going on holiday to Africa in May and June is ideal: you avoid all of the crowds, it’s “low season” so prices on flights and accommodation tend to be cheaper and the temperatures are really pleasant. Not forgetting the weather in England can be rather variable, so why not make the most of those bank more »
Tanzania is famous for many things: Mt Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar to name but a few. Having lived in Tanzania, I know some pretty special lesser known places so if you’re looking to explore something different, get inspired by reading about a few of my favourites: