Many responsible safari companies and lodge operators are doing a sterling job preserving the environment, protecting wildlife and engaging with local communities.
DrFumblefinger highlights some of the unsung heroes that make many adventure trips a reality.
DrFumblefinger recounts camping and trekking through the snow in the upper altitudes of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
DrFumblefinger shares some memories and photos of visiting the montane moorlands of Mt. Kilimanjaro's Shira plateau.
DrFumblefinger discusses some of the unique aspects of the wildebeest who live in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Crater.
DrFumblefinger enjoyed his visit to a traditional Massai village in Tanzania, near the Olduvai gorge.
DrFumblefinger enjoys a lovely sunset while camping on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater.
A lioness rests and blocks a fork in the road. Which way would you go?
Marilyn Jones visits the scene of a huge volcanic explosion millenia ago, and finds the area rich in wildlife and beauty.
Marilyn Jones finds quite a variety of wildlife on her tour of this Tanzanian park.
Marilyn Jones visits a Tanzanian village, where social and technical changes are making a big difference for local people.
Marilyn Jones has a chance to observe maternal protective behavior in the wild.
Elephants in Tanzania's Ruaha national wildlife park. Photo: Anna Rydin / Wikimedia China has pledged to phase out manufacture and sale of products made of ivory, which is good news for the endangered African elephants,...
One of the most memorable mornings I've ever experienced was at Sheffield camp on the Shira route of Mt. Kilimanjaro. When the sun set the night before, we were on a dry desert plateau around 15,000 ft above sea level. When we awoke...
Mt. Kilimanjaro was formed by fusion of three extinct volcanoes (Kibo — 19340′; Mawenzi –16896′; and Shira -- 13000'). There are several routes to Mt. Kilimanjaro's summit most of which are very steep, but get you...