Welcome to my personal tips-
Here you will find not only the “where” but also
my “how” and “why”,
so make sure you don’t miss the posts below as they are not all shown on my tips map…
May your own unique path be blessed with good people and inspiring experiences!
How does coming home feel like?
Sometimes it feels like a Christmas tree. At the airport in Ethiopia.
Reflections on my return to Mama Africa…
Black gold of Africa
Read about the people behind the amazing Arabica coffee grown in East Africa- the black gold of Africa. Here you’ll also find great coffee tours for your own visit to East Africa!
Kumbu kumbu means memories in Swahili. Whenever I get the chance, I make copies of my pictures and give them as gifts to the people I’ve met along the way.
Nothing could have prepared me for the joy and heart felt gratitude I received in return. It brought me to tears…
Where to begin planning your unforgettable Tanzania Safari trip?
Here are my 9 tips to get you started, along with some gorgeous photos& videos from my own Serengeti safari trip.
Lake Victoria & Mwanza
Well it’s actually Lake Nyanza. And Mwanza’s nickname is Rock City. Find out why… And also all the reasons why you should go visit.
Life on the road
What’s it like for a solo woman traveler around East Africa?
Read this post if you’re considering it.
Peaceful and beautiful surroundings, and mini safari outside the cabin door, full of birds hippos and monkeys that made every day interesting.
A beautiful serene lake with ancient fascinating history of the rift valley. I had a magical time there.
Volunteering with the Pokot
Come volunteer with a community based organization working with the remote Pokot tribe. Details inside…
When we hear Kilimanjaro most of us will think about mountain climbing, but there is so much more to do around this beautiful mountain. Let me tell you…
Green and full of streams and waterfalls, coffee farms, beautiful view points, and small villages to be discovered up the mountains.
How come Kenyans speak better English than Tanzanians ?
You will feel the difference if you travel from one country to the other. What’s the secret? And what language do Tanzanians speak better than Kenyans?