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Must-See Natural Landscapes of East-Africa

Must-See Natural Landscapes of East-Africa

Vishnu Rajamanickam | The geography of East-Africa is extremely varied, with terrains that range between sweeping plains, vast highlands and plunging valleys. This gives rise to a plethora of ecosystems across the length of the continent, with volcanoes, lakes, rivers, and savannahs pockmarking the landscape. Most of these geological formations owe their existence to the […]

The Maasai Woman’s story

The Maasai Woman’s story

Marloes Elbertsen | The precious little girl was born in a warm nest of love, surrounded by the many arms of female family members. If you’re blessed with strong health, growing up as a girl you might favour the Maasai tribes. Can you imagine the infinite space to play on? The world as your arena to […]

Why Uganda is worth a visit

Why Uganda is worth a visit

Vishnu Rajamanickam | To an occasional traveler, Uganda might bring up fleeting images of a tropical country in the midst of Africa, with blooming flora, a colorful wildlife and of trucks with people trying to spot beasts on an Uganda safari tour. You’re not wrong. But then, a Uganda safari is much more than that.  

Interview with a Conservation Expert in Uganda

Interview with a Conservation Expert in Uganda

Ms. Anne-Marie Weeden General Manager at Uganda Conservation Foundation “I love Uganda. It’s the sort of variety. Little or large, big or small. Whatever it is, there is beauty in every detail and Uganda has got an incredibly rich variety of detail.”

A Safari – Reversed Roles

A Safari – Reversed Roles

Ginette Baker | Our daughter Claire booked the Masai Mara safari for Paul and me, her parents. We were going to visit her in Kenya and she thought that we would enjoy going on a safari. She obviously knows us well and she found the perfect trip for us.

Naivasha, Kenya – Hungry Monkeys, pure & friendly people

Naivasha, Kenya – Hungry Monkeys, pure & friendly people

Marloes Elbertsen | I won’t lie; I got scared a bit. But it showed me that life is a short spark on this beautiful, idiotic planet flying at a dizzying speed through the endless darkness of the unprecedented universe. Though we all have our stories to tell. So let’s experience, get to know the unknown.

How to survive a safari [14 tips]

How to survive a safari [14 tips]

Safari, yay, fun, right? Definitely! But how to survive a multiday safari? What to bring, what to do, what not to do? Get the most out of your safari with help of these expert tips!

My Visit to a Maasai Village in Tanzania

My Visit to a Maasai Village in Tanzania

Eugene Reimer | Before I went to Tanzania, I had heard whispers of the bizarre cultural differences that one could experience in a Maasai village. I pictured the tall men in their red or blue garments draped loosely on their lean bodies holding a wooden cane, scattered between Kenya and Tanzania. So when the opportunity […]

Defeating the Roof of Africa

Defeating the Roof of Africa

Kyra Weston | When I think of my trip to Tanzania, I get an overwhelming feeling of nostalgia, and pure contentment. When you leave home and travel 8,900 miles to a foreign place, the experience can put everything you know into perspective. A place like Tanzania can reveal so much about our Western world. Its […]

Join your fellow travellers!

Join your fellow travellers!

Have you ever thought about going on a safari, but you cannot find the right buddies to travel with? Safarisharing is there to help by fusing the perfect combo of innovation and travel. We aim to connect like-minded travellers to find the perfect safari deal, to travel together and to share the beauty of Africa. […]