The great wildebeest migration is the biggest movement of herbivores on earth. The annual migration takes places from the southern plains of the Serengeti, located in Tanzania to the Masai Mara in Kenya, and then back again in a clockwise motion. During this trek, the wildebeest are joined by thousands of zebras and gazelles. The drama is more than the millions of wildebeests that trek over the plains and rivers, but it’s the fierce battle for survival as they pass through areas infested by carnivores.
The Serengeti National Park is around 1.5 million hectors of savanna, with rivers and woodlands and some rocky outcrops. In it is on these grasslands that the largest remaining [...]
Africa is not shy when it comes to excellent safari destinations to pick from. Then again what makes travel experts and seasoned tourists alike choose Tanzania over the eco-estates of Botswana, Zimbabwe and its majestic Victoria Falls, the luxury boutique hotels of South Africa or the world renowned bird life of Zambia? It is simply the thunder like sound of millions of wildebeest migrating across the Serengeti. It is the total abundance of wildlife and astounding natural beauty Tanzania has to offer. It is the various add-ons that Tanzania offers its safari tourists, such as spending extra days after their safari trips on the idyllic and historical island of Zanzibar, soaking up the [...]
Well, you have probably heard people say that “Love isn’t something that you find, but rather Love finds you.” Well I’m not here to contradict or support that statement. All I’m here to say is that once in a while we tend to develop certain strong feelings for others (notice I’m not calling it “Love” basically because the word is overrated and underrated in equal measure). We do this because we need these people in our lives. They seem to complete our existence; they are people you will do something for, not say words and admire their faces. For the beautiful words that are crafted by wordsmiths (that’s right, “wordsmiths), who seem to be stuck in a [...]
Top TenHeat IndexSORT 1Must Read:Why Everyone should visit ParisThen things you should know about Turin All TimeSORT 1Must Read:Why Everyone should visit ParisTurin, the most mysterious city in Southern Europe, rises along the Po river. The legend was told by Emanuele Thesauro (poet and historian 1562-1654) in “Historia dell’augusta città di Torino” (LINK1) and says that the town was founded by an Egyptian prince, Eridano . He left The Egypt because of disagreements with the priests castes. Crossed the Mediteranean Sea, and arrived in the North of Italy in which he discovered a river, the Po, that reminds him the Nile, so he settle [...]