Over and beyond Mount Kilimanjaro there is so much to see and do in Tanzania and across the whole of East Africa – way too much for us to cover on our website.
We have therefore put together a list of Tanzanian blogs and websites that we rely on for trustworthy and interesting information.
There is something here for everyone.
General Kilimanjaro Info
Kilimanjaro Porters Association Project – Founded by Karen Valenti, KPAP are an amazing organisation that work tirelessly to improve the working conditions of porters and guides on Mount Kilimanjaro.
Kilimanjaro National Parks Board – These guys set the rules and regulations for the mountain as well as manage the park reserves across Tanzania.
Kilimanjaro Guide Scholarship Foundation can assist you in arranging a scholarship. These scholarships range from 8 week “rainy season” courses to full year courses.
Tanzanian National Parks
Ngorongoro Conservation Area – Ngorongoro is undoubtedly one of the jewels in Tanzania’s crown. This site provides detailed information on the conservation area.
Tanzanian Tourist Board – One stop shop for all your Tanzania tourist information.
Zanzibar Commission for Tourism – Complete travel and tourist information on Zanzibar.
Other Cool Tanzanian Blogs
Life in Dar – A great expat blog that follows the trials and tribulations of mum and teacher Lisa living in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam.
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