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Just want to get any suggestions or comments on our itinerary, particularly if we should keep the 7 day safari or reduce down to 6 day safari to expand just a bit more time in Zanzibar at the end. We want to do safari, climb Kili and finish at Zanzibar. We originally were going to try to do the 5 day Marangu route but to increase our chances for success we will now do the 6 day trek instead. I would ideally like to keep the 7 day safari, but I am concerned about how rushed we might feel in…
Can anyone recommend a bus company from Kampala to Kabale which is relatively safe?
the trip is planned for Sunday so the post but is out of the question...
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I will be in Harare over the weekend of the 15 Oct and am looking for the best way out. I need to be in either Chimoio or Tete in the morning of Monday 17 Oct. Which is the best destination if only using public transport?
Aigle Azur have just announced flights from Paris to Conakry via Bamako (& I would think probably via Algers to refuel)
266€ one way to Bamako, 368€ one way to Conakry currently
Excellent airline that has been doing well on the Algerian routes (owner is Algerian resident in France)
For anyone who is interested to see the products of Argan Oil and ,Now there is new and the only cooperative opened in desert of Merzouga.
My husband and I are planning a trip to Tanzania for late May/early June. We were planning to climb Mount Kilimanjaro for the 5 day Marangu Route followed by a 7-day safari. However, tour operators have told me different things. One told me that due to weather conditions of the rainy season they advise doing the safari first and then doing the climb in early June. Another operator said they advise doing the climb first followed by safari so that the safari does not wear us out…
It has been my second time in Ethiopia.
In this time I have been 3 weeks there and in general the situation is not bad. Except some parts of the country you can visit the rest without any kind of problems. The situation is changing day by day so it´s better to know how the different areas are when you are there.
I have visited with one friend Dire Dawa-Harar, Awassa-Arba Minch-Jinka and Omo Valley.
In Addis Ababa we have been too without any kind of problems.
I highly recommended to put in touch…