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2 Week Safari Honeymoon – What to Expect!?

 11 September 2019 |  Safari Beach |  Zanzibar, Tanzania, Honeymoon Safaris

Selecting the best place to go on a safari honeymoon in 2020 is not an easy task. With so many options available, it can be difficult to ascertain which is the best. To help you out, we have considered a range of 2-week safari honeymoon ideas and rifled through...

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Which African Animals Can Climb Trees?

 16 April 2019 |  [email protected] |  Tanzania

Picture it: you’re sitting in your 4×4 witnessing some of Africa’s most majestic wildlife when you come across a pride of lions reclining on the branches of an acacia tree. Don’t worry, you haven’t spent too much time in the midday sun, tree-climbing lions are becoming an increasingly common...

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100 per cent success

 17 November 2016 |  Jo Jenkins |  Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, Safari and Beach News

Safari&Beach conquers Kilimanjaro.  We have a 100% success rate of guests summiting Kilimanjaro.  That’s not bad compared to an average of 48%.  Our MD, Nick Jenkins, submitted in October with a few friends.  He’s now not only one of the most knowledgeable people on climbing Kili but also has...

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Park Fees In Tanzania

 24 June 2013 |  Jo Jenkins |  Tanzania

From 1 July 2013 park fees in Tanzania have risen. This applies to all the national parks (eg. Serengeti, Manyara, Tarangire, Ruaha, Mahale) and you should check before travel whether you will be obliged to pay these increases.  Additionally, in the Selous visitors will now be charged on a...

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Tanzania Lions

 27 January 2011 |  Jo Jenkins |  Tanzania

The Lions of Siwandu in the Selous made it through the year successfully this time, raising the two cubs who are now about one year old. It seems that the old difficult time is over and all in the pride are healthy and successful hunters. The big young male...

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Lions in Selous, Tanzania

 5 February 2010 |  Jo Jenkins |  Tanzania

This month a new pride of ten lions has been seen crossing the main road going down to Nzelekela lake, nearest to Selous Impala Camp. Are they trying to take over the territory of the already established pride and to chase away the current three members with their two...

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Leopard In Ruaha, Tanzania

 4 February 2010 |  Jo Jenkins |  Tanzania

The recent sight of a male leopard just outside the Camp raised our ears and made us think more about Mdonya Leopards seen in the area around the camp this last year. Leopard Females sightings are most frequent here. During one of our most gripping experiences with leopards in...

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