ExploreMotherlandAfrica , Exploring Tanzania Serengeti Safari Itinerary

  Our standard  Serengeti Safari itinerary is based around the migration safari and can be adapted to suit personal preferences or seasonal changes as well as animal migration. Migration is not predictive and varies annually depending on rain availability of water, predators and food as well as the content of phosphorous in the grass 6…

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Biodiverse Rich Coastal Forest in Tanzania: Pugu Hills

  Pugu Forest reserve in the Pwani region of Tanzania is adjacent to the Kazimzumbwi Forest Reserve.These forests are considered as the oldest in the world! There is never a shortage of places to go outside of Dar es Salaam that will take at least four hours of driving, besides the beaches, of course…a great privilege for any…

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Reaching The Highest Point in Africa – Kilimanjaro

  Kilimanjaro is the tallest and the most famous mountain in the continent of motherland  Africa. Mount Kilimanjaro is in the north of Tanzania, located in the Kilimanjaro National Park. All About Kilimanjaro: The  Top of Africa [amazon_link asins=’190586454X,1566567815′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’exploremoth07-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’ed9ef6f4-c172-11e7-9dbb-83aa8caccab1′] Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcano which has three separate volcanic cones, Mawenzi,…

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Malawi -The Warm Heart of Africa

Hundreds of miles of tropical golden sand beaches line this tideless inland sea. Relax in the sun on an uncrowded beach with long stretches of totally uninhabited golden sand lakeshore Malawi’s vast variety, overwhelming friendliness great lake, wildlife, landscape and culture makes it an ideal getaway for families. Formally known as Nyasaland, it’s surrounded by…

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Plants and Trees found in the Majestic land of Tanzania

The Umbrella and Whistling Thorn trees and others in Tanzania [amazon_link asins=’B06XJRGP1D’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’exploremoth07-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’14b391aa-4266-11e8-b3de-cf2f5cd76eb7′]   The umbrella trees, symbolic of the African bush are usually sighted on Safari. [amazon_link asins=’0143106244,B0089MQ03W’ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’exploremoth07-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’41af3955-4266-11e8-865d-ef91f0d6f889′] There is also the yellow fever tree, the whistling thorn and the ‘wait a bit” Acacia Tropical rainforest patches…

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Only in Tanzania- Part 3 -Let’s talk about the birds….Birds from Tanzania

Only in Tanzania The only in Tanzania quest continues. Why Tanzania? Today we introduce and explore the birds of Tanzania. [amazon_link asins=’B011T80R5Y,0691159106′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’exploremoth07-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’7a18534e-4263-11e8-a912-1f7edbde3971′] Tanzania in East Africa has a wide range of endemic bird species. It is one spectacular country offering a variety of birding habitats, including the montane forest, savanna miombo woodland, arid plains…

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Swaziland

The Kingdom of Swaziland may be the southern hemispheres smallest country, nevertheless,it has the most stunning landscapes and unique traditions with a wide array of hotels, lodges and birdlife. [amazon_link asins=’B01BDNVM2C,1841624004′ template=’ProductCarousel’ store=’exploremoth07-20′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’0374325f-4225-11e8-8cb4-0bba8cd27378′] Swaziland: Landlocked with the Mozambique border on the east and surrounded by South Africa. Swaziland is the ideal gateway to the Kruger National Park…

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