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The Flag of Tanzania: 13 Fascinating Facts

The flag of Tanzania is a symbol of unity, diversity, and the rich history of this East African nation. With its unique design and vibrant colours, it represents the nation’s past, present, and future. In this article, we will delve into 13 fascinating facts about the flag of Tanzania, shedding light on its history, symbolism,…

Tourism in Zanzibar- Africa’s Tropical Paradise

Tourism in Zanzibar is a vital part of the economy, but why do so many people choose to travel to Zanzibar and why is tourism in Zanzibar so important? Read on to find out… Tourism in Zanzibar The island of Zanzibar, formally known as Unguja, is an archipelago located off the East African coast in…

16 Fascinating Facts About Lake Victoria 

There are so many fascinating facts about Lake Victoria. but what exactly makes this African lake so interesting? Read on to find out… Fascinating Facts About Lake Victoria  Located in East Africa, Lake Victoria is known as the largest lake in Africa, and the largest tropical lake in the world.  Victoria Lake stretches beyond 68,800…

Mount Kilimanjaro packing list FOR GIRLS

Finding a Mount Kilimanjaro packing list for girls can be tricky. There are sooo many packing lists out there, but all too many of these lists have unnecessary items. Seriously, do you really want to be lugging teddy bears and potties up the highest mountain in Africa?! Didn’t think so… In this article I will…

10 interesting Mount Kilimanjaro facts

The are some fascinating Mount Kilimanjaro facts. Whether you are consider climbing this magnificent mountain or you simply want to learn more about it, in this article I will introduce you to the 10 most fascinating Kilimanjaro facts. Ready to learn more? Keep reading… Kilimanjaro facts Located in east Africa and standing at 19,340 feet,…

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