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At Africa Exclusive we love to hear about the latest conservation and community projects going on in Africa. So we were really pleased to receive a newsletter from Vamizi Island, Mozambique telling us all about what they’d been doing recently to protect their stunning environment and to help their local people. Traditionally, the role of […]

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Valentine’s Day has arrived! So we’ve decided to dedicate this blog post to the Retreat Selous’s Love Nest, one of the most romantic places for an African safari. Set in the Selous Game Reserve, one of the most wild and remote places to see in Tanzania, the Love Nest has superb views over the Great […]

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Today marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of British archaeologist, Mary Leakey. Leakey is best known for her discovery of the very first fossilised Proconsul skull, the skill of an extinct ape believed to be the ancestors of humans. The skull was found in Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania, where much of Leakey’s work took place. […]

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At the moment the Great Migration is in Tanzania, on the southern Serengeti plains to be precise. It’s calving season too, which means around 400,000 wildebeest calves will be born in just 45 days! The wildebeest mothers carry their babies for around eight months as they make their way around the 1,000 miles of their […]

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All About Wild Dog

With elephant, big cat and zebra roaming the continent’s plains, it’s fair to say that wild dog aren’t one of Africa’s most famous residents. So you’d be forgiven for not knowing much about them. Here are a few facts about Africa’s little known canines: Wild dog go by several names including: painting dog, Cape hunting […]

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At Africa Exclusive we love Greystoke Mahale! It’s a relatively little known, yet, spectacular lodge set on the shores of Lake Tanganyika in the Mahale Mountains National Park. It’s a truly unique location and perfect for a Tanzania safari with a difference! The largest population of chimpanzees live in the mountains behind the lodge. You’ll […]

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For the last ten months we’ve been collecting recipes from camps and lodges for our Flavours of Africa Cookbook. Here’s one of our favourites from Tanzania safari lodge, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, for Chocolate Crisps and Preserved Ginger – very tasty! Chocolate Crisps 200 dark chocolate 150g nibbed almonds Method: Melt the chocolate in a bowl […]

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At the end of November we welcomed back Marketing Assistant, Philippa, and Safari Coordinator, Siobhan after their ten day trip to Africa. The pair went on an East African safari of a lifetime, visiting Onsea House, Kusini, Olonana and Swala and enjoying various activities from game drives to bush walks and village visits! The girls […]

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If you’re thinking of the perfect place to combine with your Tanzania safari adventure, look no further than Fumba Beach Lodge! The lodge is haven of serenity and privacy, perfect for a relaxing break. Each room is complete with its own en-suite bathroom, king-size bed and crisp linen whilst the suites boast private roof terraces, […]

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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro is a Tanzania safari with a difference! As long as you have a reasonable level of fitness and healthy respiratory system you can make the climb part of your African holiday. At 19, 340 feet, Kilimanjaro is the highest free-standing mountain in the world and getting to the top can seem like […]

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