Whisky-Route at Mount Kilimanjaro

On the Roof of Africa – via the Whisky Route

Especially the steep passages at the Lava Tower and the Great Barranco Wall require a portion of attention as well as sure-footedness. But don't worry - mountaineering skills are not required.
Seltene Kletterkünstler – die Kipunji-Affen

Rare climbing artists – the Kipunji monkeys

The Kipunji's trademark is the long tuft of hair on its head and the elongated whiskers. Equally unique is their loud and deep call,
Lake Natron Activities

Lake Natrons Hidden natural wonders

The breathtaking views from the summit of the surrounding plains and the East African Rift Valley are impressive.
Eye to eye with giraffes

Eye to eye with buffallos and giraffes

Arusha National Park is one of the smallest parks in Tanzania. It is often ignored but the place where you can experience buffalos and giraffes eye to eye ...

Good on foot – Walking Safari in Tanzania

The experienced guide, in whose safe company you will be, can tell you a lot about the interaction in this ecosystem at an altitude
Hadzabe in Tansania

The last true nomads of Tanzania

Hadza means human being. Hadzabe is simply the plural. Humans, then. Who live where, according to today's scientific knowledge, the human race began. In the East African Rift Valley.
Safari Nyerere National Park

Nyerere National Park – You think you know Tanzania?

Nyerere National Park has an area of 30,893 square kilometers, it is larger than Belgium! In fact, 70 countries are smaller than Nyerere National Park. Such a huge area naturally provides the best conditions for an incredible variety of animals.
Zubucher Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro Group Departures 2023

Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is for many hikers and mountaineers a lifetime goal that you will never forget. There are different routes ...

Mafia Island – doesn’t that sound mysterious?

The largest marine park in the Indian Ocean protects 822 square kilometers of largely untouched coral reefs.
Gombe Stream

Chimpanzee Trekking in Gombe National Park

Janes fieldwork in Gombe changed the understanding of chimpanzees