Tim Jarvis is preparing to climb 25 equatorial mountains with disappearing glacial ice to highlight the plight of our planet’s climate crisis
Sarah Davis is an Amazing Nomad - attempting to make history as the first woman to paddle the length of the Nile starting at its source in Rwanda.
Listen to Episode 14 of The World Nomads Podcast. The cacophony of the wildebeest migration, what a feathered egg on your doorstep reveals, and the challenges of traveling with a disability.
Preparing to be the first woman to paddle the entire length of the Nile, Sarah Davis learns what's involved with organizing a first-of-its-kind endeavor.
Tanzania has more than 120 tribes, all with their own traditions and customs. The best way to experience their culture is to stay in a tribal village where you will be joyfully welcomed.
Zanzibar, the semi-autonomous Indian Ocean archipelago, is a melting pot of African and Indian influences. Discover what continues to draw travelers to its shores.
Discover the foods and festivals that Tanzania is famous for; from spice farms and savory Swahili food to soul-stirring cultural events.
Learn the do’s and don’ts of Tanzania. Find out why you shouldn’t touch other people or eat food with your left hand, and a few other etiquette tips before your trip.
Beyond Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania has incredible, lesser-known hiking and trekking possibilities, that are all worth strapping your boots on for.
Discover the best game reserves and sustainable safaris Tanzania has to offer.
Jase Wilson shares the most frightening thing he’s ever faced – and why it brought him back to Kenya.