Tanzania

Instant Opinion: ‘The emperor runs out of clothes’
Philip Green
In Depth

Instant Opinion: ‘The emperor runs out of clothes’

Your guide to the best columns and commentary on Wednesday 2 December
2 Dec 2020
Coronavirus alarm bells ring in Africa
A door-to-door coronavirus testing team in Johannesburg, South Africa
In Brief

Coronavirus alarm bells ring in Africa

Rising infection rates and governments in denial stoking fears that health systems will be overwhelmed
15 May 2020
Meliá Zanzibar review: Tanzania’s relaxing full stop
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In Review

Meliá Zanzibar review: Tanzania’s relaxing full stop

12 Feb 2020
Meliá Serengeti Lodge review: All the comfort of the wild
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In Review

Meliá Serengeti Lodge review: All the comfort of the wild

12 Feb 2020
Gran Meliá Arusha review: much more than a stopping point
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In Review

Gran Meliá Arusha review: much more than a stopping point

12 Feb 2020
Five of the best mobile safaris
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In Review

Five of the best mobile safaris

Time to head back to camp? Not when your luxury accommodation travels with you
2 Aug 2019
A walk on the wild side: safaris on foot in Tanzania
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In Review

A walk on the wild side: safaris on foot in Tanzania

Ruaha national park offers some of the world's best walking safaris
1 Apr 2019

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A week on Spice Island: Baraza Resort & Spa Zanzibar
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In Depth

A week on Spice Island: Baraza Resort & Spa Zanzibar

Just miles from the Tanzanian coast, this Arab-influenced archipelago of sand, sea and history makes for the ideal year-round destination
1 Feb 2019
Wild Tanzania: safari with a sense of adventure
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In Review

Wild Tanzania: safari with a sense of adventure

Dive into Lake Tanganyika, see lions in a super-volcano crater and lock eyes with an alpha male chimp on Tanzania’s road less travelled
24 Dec 2018
Chada Katavi: Tanzania’s wild west
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In Review

Chada Katavi: Tanzania’s wild west

In the million-acre Katavi National Park, you may well meet more lions than people
7 Dec 2018
Greystoke Mahale: monkeying around with chimps
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In Review

Greystoke Mahale: monkeying around with chimps

Chimpanzees share more than 98% of our DNA - and time spent with them in the Tanzanian jungle reveals just how much we have in common
7 Dec 2018
Kuro Tarangire: Tanzania’s safari secret
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In Review

Kuro Tarangire: Tanzania’s safari secret

This beautiful, bountiful park is home to huge herds of elephants, zebra and wildebeest
7 Dec 2018
Wild Tanzania - in pictures
Leopard in Katavi National Park, Tanzania
In Review

Wild Tanzania - in pictures

18 Nov 2018
Who kidnapped Africa’s youngest billionaire?
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In Brief

Who kidnapped Africa’s youngest billionaire?

Family of Tanzanian tycoon Mohammed Dewji have offered one billion shilling reward for information
17 Oct 2018
Best green travel ideas: 7 sustainable holidays
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In Review

Best green travel ideas: 7 sustainable holidays

Luxury travel doesn’t have to cost the Earth
24 Aug 2018
Azura Selous: a star-studded Tanzanian safari
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In Review

Azura Selous: a star-studded Tanzanian safari

Lions, leopards and stunning night skies in a game park the size of Switzerland
25 Jul 2018
The volcanoes likely to erupt next
Volcano, Mexico, Popocatepetl
In Depth

The volcanoes likely to erupt next

Scientists have identified high-risk sites by tracking tectonic activity
5 Jun 2018
Seven of the world’s best birdwatching holidays
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In Depth

Seven of the world’s best birdwatching holidays

Whether you're tracking ostriches in African grasslands or seeking out toucanets in cloud forests, there's plenty here to fit the, er, bill
5 Jun 2018
Tanzania: men abandon wives who voted in elections
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In Brief

Tanzania: men abandon wives who voted in elections

Activists warn that nearly 50 women have been divorced in Zanzibar in a 'significant threat to democracy'
8 Dec 2015
MALARIA: Could children hold key to a vaccine?
Malaria vaccine research scientists
In Brief

MALARIA: Could children hold key to a vaccine?

US scientists find 'compelling evidence' that antibodies can combat the 'formidable' disease
23 May 2014
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