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Tulia Zanzibar Beach Resort and Room Review

Most importantly – Does the hotel and room do what it’s supposed to do? Absolutely. The Tulia Zanzibar Beach Resort is a truly 5 star luxury hotel set in an incredible...

Pongwe Beach Hotel and Room Review

Most importantly – Does the hotel and room do what it’s supposed to do? Yes. The Pongwe Beach Hotel delivers what their name promises: Pongwe Beach. Whilst we have seen many...

A Sneak peak at Zanzibar’s next Super Hotel

Zanzibar already boasts some of the worlds most spectacular hotels, form the underwater rooms of The Manta Resort, to the garden paradise of the Tulia Unique Beach Resort. Maybe...

Essque Zalu Zanzibar Hotel and Room Review

Most importantly – Does the hotel and room do what it’s supposed to do? The Essque Zalu Hotel delivers 5 star luxury in an idyllic setting on the northern tip of Zanzibar. The...

Swahili House Hotel and Room Review

Most importantly – Does the hotel and room do what it’s supposed to do? If you’re looking for some culture and history in the heart of Zanzibar’s Unesquo heritage site...

Planet Lodge, Arusha

Does the hotel do what it’s supposed to do?  Yes. Planet Lodge is based in Arusha, one of the biggest cities in northern Tanzania. Many travellers pass through Arusha for two...

Acacia Farm Lodge – Safari Lodge Review

Most importantly – Does the hotel and room do what it’s supposed to do? Yes! The Acacia Farm Lodge is located in Karatu, a scenic town in the middle of Tanzania’s most...

Sweet Surprises at the Acacia Farm Lodge

Acacia Farm Lodge is a special hotel in Karatu, Tanzania near the Ngorongoro crater. We say it’s a special place, because the passion of the people who work there. Karatu is a...

Julia’s River Camp – Review of this gem in the Masai Mara

Most importantly – Does Julia’s River Camp and tent do what it’s supposed to do? Yes – Julia’s River Camp is a glamping camp in Kenya’s Masai Mara, which offers...

Into the Mist with Hornblower Cruises

As we reached the eye of the storm I experienced something for the first time: Sensory overload. As over 2 million litres of water beat down on us every second all I could see...