Africa

Giraffe Centre Nairobi Kenya

Nairobi: Giraffes, Rafting, Tea & so much more

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Nairobi is so much more than just the capital I was really suprised at how many things can be seen and done in Nairobi! From museums to bungee jumping to tea plantations and soggy giraffe kisses. Have you ever touched an elephant or wanted to know what it feels like? Yes? Then Nairobi is the right city for you. Below you can find my favourite things to do in Nairobi – including lots of fun of course! Safari Walk at Nairobi National Park South of Nairobi, not too far from the center, lies Nairobi National Park. Here you get to be…

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Safari Tansania

How much are 12 days in Kenya and Tanzania incl. Safaris?

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12 Days in Kenya and Tanzania – How much is it? Kenya and Tanzania were part of my journey around the world. And today I want to give you a short insight of what I’ve seen in those two countries as well as how much every single detail was. The Itinerary for 12 Days Day 1: Arrival in Nairobi, Kenya and transfer to Arusha, Tanzania Day 2: Budget Camping Safari Ngorongoro Crater National Park Day 3: Budget Camping Safari Serengeti National Park and visiting a Masai Village Day 4: Budget Camping Safari Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater National Park Day 5: Transfer back to Nairobi, Kenya Day 6: Visiting the Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Centre Day 7: Visiting Kiambethu Tea…

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Maasai village regret tanzania

Why I regret visiting a Maasai Village in Tanzania

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Why I regret visiting a Maasai Village in Tanzania After spending the morning in Serengeti National Park we headed back to the gates and left the park. On our way to Ngorongoro Crater we stopped and visited a Maasai village. A village so far away from civilisation and the world we are so used to live and interact in. I was very much looking forward to visiting a village like this, experiencing how they live and what is important to them. Getting to know their lifestyle and the people itself. I didn’t expect this visit to turn out completely different…

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Lion Eye Ngorongoro Crater

Eye in eye with lions at Ngorongoro Crater National Park

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Eye in eye with lions at Ngorongoro Crater National Park Tanzania, Africa – my alarm goes off at 5:45am, it is still dark out there and I’m freezing. I had completely underestimated the weather and forgot about the vice verse seasons. Summer in Europe = wintertime in Tanzania. And camping at approx. 2500m didn’t help. Two sleeping bags were hardly enough to keep me warm during the night. I might have shivered myself through the night. Anyways, that’s part of the adventure and as long as my sinuses were fine so was I. Imagine someone crawling out of a tent…

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Visiting the ancient temple Luxor aka mass tourism reloaded

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Visiting the ancient temple Luxor aka mass tourism reloaded Ever since I was a little girl I’ve always wanted to explore the ancient temples and pyramids of Egypt. My first visit to Egypt a couple of years ago wasn’t so much fun as I got fever and had a throat infection so bad that I couldn’t do much at all. This time was different! My dear friend Gabi asked me to join her on a short trip to Soma Bay near Hurghada in Egypt. How exciting! Two travel bloggers going on vacation together and having a lot of fun! We…

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Diving the Red Sea with Dive In Travel

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Diving the Red Sea with Dive In Travel My passion for diving is as intense as it is with travelling and life itself. It will never stop. It simply makes me complete! Therefore I’m gonna share with you my most recent diving experience in Soma Bay, Egypt where we went for two amazing days diving in the Red Sea. Preparation No rush in the morning to get to the boats – meeting is at around 9am to get everyone’s forms, information and gear. All the equipment is put in personal boxes and is brought to the boat, no need to carry any of…

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