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Tanzania covid 19 restrictions

Tanzania Covid-19 restrictions and PCR tests

Even amid the Covid-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, going on a safari in Tanzania is a major decision that many people make once in a lifetime especially when new variants like Delta and Omicron are evolving every now and then. Tranquil Journeys is dedicated to ensuring that your journey is as safe and pleasurable as possible. While...
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Richard Leakey, paleontologist

Richard Leakey, Kenyan paleoanthropologist, politician, anti-poaching activist and conservationist, dies at 77

Richard Leakey, a world-famous Kenyan conservationist, and fossil hunter, passed away at the age of 77. His breakthrough work aided in the acknowledgment of Africa as the cradle of civilization. He also led anti-poaching initiatives in Kenya, including the famous burning of the country’s stockpile of poached ivory. Uhuru Kenyatta, Kenya’s president, said Leakey “served...
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Can lions eat Leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, wild dogs and other cats?

if you are wondering whether lions kill and eat other predators like cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas. The answer is simple, No, they don’t. This raises the question of why, after killing hyenas, cheetahs, leopards, or African wild dogs (adults or pups), lions never consume them. The truth is that they just will not eat them....
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Man Caught at Vienna Airport Smuggling 74 Chameleons for Tanzania

An Austrian man, attempting to smuggle 74 protected chameleons from Africa’s Usambara Mountains in Tanzania into Austria was intercepted at the airport and stopped. The 56-year-old man, whose identity has not been revealed to the public is believed to have the intention of selling the chameleons and lizards in the Czech Republic and other countries....
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Thomas Cook safari

Thomas Cook Collapses, what it means if you booked Tanzania safaris with Thomas Cook

What you need to know if you’re on a Tanzania Safari tour with the failed travel agent. The travel giant company,  Thomas Cook collapses after last-minute bailout plans to save the failing firm which has been running for 178-years. The tour company based in the U.K has ceased to trade with immediate effect, this is...
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Will Smith in Tanzania for the Wildebeest Migration

Hollywood actor Will Smith and wife Jada Pinkett Smith are in Tanzania for the second time after touring Tanzania about 2 years ago. The actor was spotted in the Serengeti National Park as he posed pictures with park rangers. Mr. Smith then went on to enjoy his African Safari experience at the Serengeti National Park....
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Top 5 Dangerous Animals in Africa

Below is our list of the seven most dangerous animals in Africa, based on the estimated number of human fatalities they have caused. With some of these examples, exact numbers were hard to obtain since most of the attacks and resultant fatalities happen in remote parts of Africa. 7. The Desert Locusts It may surprise...
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Tanzania safari game drive

A Typical Day on Safari – Game Drive

An African safari – it sounds so romantic! The mind conjures up images of wonderful African sunsets, nights around the campfire and, of course, exciting close encounters with Africa’s wildlife. You may have it all pictured in your mind, but until you have actually been on Safari for the first time you will probably be...
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hyena vs buffalo

New Trend: Hyenas biting off Buffalo Balls in Kenya

Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS) has been alerted after an increase of cases where of hyenas have a new overgrown appetite for buffalo testicles at the Aberdare National Park in Kenya. The hyenas, known more for their scavenger habits than hunting efforts are believed to be taking advantage of the hanging parts of the Buffaloes leading...
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Black leopard roaming kenya

Black Leopard Spotted in Kenya for the first time in more than a century in Africa

The black leopard is an animal full of mystery. Many people have reported a few and unconfirmed short glimpses of this shadowy cat, until recently when researches from the San Diego Zoo confirmed that indeed it has been spotted and photographed. Although a handful can be found in zoo cages dotted around the world, no...
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