Take A Walk On The Wild Side....

Take A Walk On The Wild Side....

That line from Lou Reed’s brilliant album Transformer has a rather different connotation to that which I am talking about here . A walk on the wild side in Africa, specifically Tanzania in this case with Wayo Africa, offers the visitor the following : On foot you are a participant in the world of wildlife; in…

Why Visit Tarangire?

Why Visit Tarangire?

Tarangire National Park is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania. It is not as well known as Serengeti or Ruaha and with it being slightly off the main safari circuit, you might wonder why we like to include it in our itineraries. Here are 8 great reasons to visit Tarangire: Contact us now to…

Kenya vs Tanzania: the low-down.

Kenya vs Tanzania: the low-down.

Jim Heck has worked and lived in Africa since the early 1970s, has owned and headed several companies promoting and selling African travel and has written three guide books. He has personally guided more than 100 safaris for more than 3,000 customers throughout Africa. For the last 15 years, Jim has specialized in East Africa…

East Africa Yellow Fever Vaccination Update

Uganda & Rwanda have advised that a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate is now mandatory for all visitors. Kenya & Tanzania have advised that passengers arriving from the countries listed below are required to present a valid yellow fever vaccination certificate: Angola Argentina Benin Bolivia Brazil Burkina Faso Burundi Cameroon Central African Republic Chad Colombia Cote d’Voire Democratic Republic of…

Serengeti Rewind - Delta Willis

From time to time our various international satellite representatives send through some wonderful travel stories for us to share with you. Delta Willis, based in the USA, has recently returned from a trip to Tanzania and has sent through this lovely account of her experience… “In Ngorongoro Crater, I saw a wildebeest being born. Watching…

Solo Safaris

Solo Safaris

The article on solo sojourners which appeared in Sunday’s New York Times fell across my desk yesterday and got me thinking about how suitable the Pulse Africa destinations were for single travellers. The gist of the article is that more travellers are going solo and interestingly, they are not who we may expect them to…