An inferno on the slopes of Africa’s highest mountain Kilimanjaro was almost under control Saturday, six days after it broke out, authorities said.
Category Archives: United Republic of Tanzania
Through its repository of spatial data of African cultural heritage sites, the Zamani Project is contributing to UCT’s roots as an African university.
Just because these are remnants of the past doesn’t mean they should become a thing of the past!
Monitoring and reporting framework to protect World Heritage Sites from invasive species; EurekAlert
A team of international scientists have devised a new monitoring and reporting framework to help protect World Heritage Sites from almost 300 different invasive alien species globally including, rats (Rattus spp.), cats (Felis catus), lantana (Lantana camara) and Argentine ants (Linepithema humile).
These African World Heritage Sites are under threat from climate change; Joanne Clarke; Elizabeth Edna Wangui; Grace W. Ngaruiya & Nick Brooks; Conversation
The next ten years will be a critical period in which research agendas can be developed.
STEVE McKENNA is immersed in the exotic delights of Zanzibar…
Many people still don’t know Queen frontman Freddie Mercury was born in Zanzibar. This museum hopes to put the island on the rock history map.
Norges Bank has withdrawn investment in an electrical company helping to build a massive Tanzanian hydropower project citing ‘serious environmental damage’.
A new book from Assouline celebrates the Tanzanian archipelago.
Zanzibar is an archipelago nation off the East African Coast, consisting of four main islands. Here are ten reasons Zanzibar needs to be the next destination on your travel bucket list itinerary.
Tanzania Is Beautiful: Here’s A List Of Things To Do In “The Soul Of Africa”!; Therese Sta Maria; TripZilla
Read on to discover why these seven places are the world’s best under-the-radar African safari destinations.
To see wild animals in their natural habitats, it doesn’t get much more exciting than the national parks of Africa. Many travelers dream of a wildlife watching experience in Africa to see the endangered species and fascinating habits and migration patterns of elephants, giraffes, apes, rhinoceros, and much more. In fact, now is a great…
They say that some things need to be seen to be believed, and the Serengeti is one of them; Bella English; The Boston Globe
The most famous game reserve in the world, Serengeti National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to 3 million animals, including elephants, giraffes, zebras, antelope, warthogs, serval cats, hyenas, buffalo, hippos, monkeys, guinea fowl, mongoose, impalas, baboons, and too many unusual birds to name.
They say that some things need to be seen to be believed, and the Serengeti is one of them; Bella English
The most famous game reserve in the world, Serengeti National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, home to 3 million animals, including 3,000 lions. It is called one of the 10 natural travel wonders of the world, where the animals roam freely.
THE government of Zanzibar has secured funding for the restoration of the historical Beit-al-Ajaib (House of Wonders) building which is amongst top tourist attractions in the Isles.
Two Sri Lankans, Ranga Madupathma and Sudam Gamage, who climbed the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest peak in Africa, returned…
The Tanzanian government is considering installing a cable car on Mount Kilimanjaro in an effort to boost tourist numbers by providing access for young children and elderly or disabled tourists. Kilimanjaro is the tallest …