I see the beauty of Kilimanjaro and the smile of my newly won friend shines on me.
No road leads into the park. Only a boat takes you to Tanzania's most extraordinary national park on Lake Tanganyika: the Gombe Steam National Park. The home of over 100 chimpanzees and the legendary story of Jane Goodall.
A story about the dreamlike encounter in the jungle.
On the way across Tanzania with the Central Line train to Kigoma. A hillside on the steep slopes of the Uluguru Mountains and a very long train ride. When time does not seem to matter ...
There's no coffee in the morning, only tea. There's coffee in the evening. I think here is not only the time shifted by 6 hours. The road to Mafia not only has this little surprise in store. For the seclusion rewarded with beautiful views and a jump into the warm water!
Far and wide are the traces of great people and empires to recognize: buried in the sand, hidden in mangrove forests and widely visible as monuments of the conquerors. Only a small line in the mayor's diary points to my lonely presence - a search for traces in the footsteps of the sultans!
New Year on the mountain! A spontaneous idea; something else. I do not expect fireworks here in Tanzania anyway, and if so, then I would have the best view from the mountain. Surrealistic, warm and not wintery it feels like here.
Four days on Mt. Meru - between buffaloes and giraffes - thin air and clear views!
After two months in Africa, I have already met the "small 100" of the animal world. Now in the Serengeti the "Big 5" are on the run from small animals to the hell of the lion!
Between the popular tourist resorts in Tanzania lie along the coast some dreamy and often overlooked cities with German history: Bagamoyo, Pangani and Tanga - a search for clues with moving stories
In the House of Wonders on Zanzibar, you learn a lot, but only if you have a guide who explains everything to you, otherwise the captions are so puzzling that you actually can not get out of wondering.
At this point, it's time to talk about bowel movements. I know that's not a pleasant topic, but especially in the medical field of the travel industry, taboos should be broken so that others are spared the errors of western medicine.