Bushbuck Blog

Is it safe to travel alone in Tanzania?

BY - 25th February 2016
 
 
If you are travelling to Africa alone, personal safety is probably your first concern. Solo travelling to Tanzania is perfectly safe. This is mainly because you will be in the company of your safari provider the entire time, in their vehicle. Tourism is popular in Tanzania and provides a magnificen...
 
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Destination Tanzania – Bushbuck Safaris Intro Video

BY - 21st February 2016
 
 
This video titled “Destination Tanzania” is a quick intro video made by our very own Akber Panju who is our Marketing Manager but he loves working with videos. He is a real enthusiast when it comes to shooting and rendering videos and photos so we thought we should share some of his work...
 
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15 Things To Do In Arusha, Tanzania

BY - 15th February 2016
 
 
Arusha is a fascinating small town in Tanzania that is immensely popular for its tourist attractions and you would never get bored in Arusha. Here are 15 things you should not miss out: 1.      Visit Shanga for Arts and Crafts Make your trip memorable by stocking up on beaded necklaces, cloth...
 
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Why is safari expensive In Tanzania and is it worth it?

BY - 9th February 2016
 
 
Tanzania’s reserves are famous for its abundant wildlife so if you have always wanted to witness Mother Nature in her best form, you’d better pack your bags and head off to Africa. However, Safaris in Tanzania can appear to be quite expensive. This might put off many tourists to opt for a more ...
 
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Bushbuck Safaris 7-a-side Soccer Tournament

BY - 7th February 2016
 
 
Video of the soccer tournament brought to you by Bushbuck Safaris in June 2015 It was a great event attended to by many great local players. Who would like us to arrange another tournament this year, but bigger and better? ...
 
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Tanzania Northern Circuit vs. Southern Circuit

BY - 1st February 2016
 
 
  The northern and southern circuits of Tanzania offer very different experiences, so choose carefully if you are planning a safari trip. Both safari parks have their pros and cons, and it also entirely depends on the type of adventure you are looking for. South versus North The safari parks o...
 
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Why Visit Ngorongoro Crater?

BY - 26th January 2016
 
 
The Ngorongoro Crater is considered one of the most amazing natural wonders of the world and it’s definitely a must-see place in Tanzania. It attracts thousands of people from all around the globe, all year long and sometimes it’s so crowded that people prefer staying there for only a couple of...
 
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Backpacking Tours in Tanzania on a Budget

BY - 18th January 2016
 
 
Located in East Africa, Tanzania is blessed with some of the most stunning, natural landscapes in the world. It is known for its vast wilderness, making it a perfect place for a backpacking trip. Of course, Tanzania isn’t an expensive country, yet if you want to literally see every place and ‘d...
 
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Activities in the Serengeti

BY - 11th January 2016
 
 
Serengeti is a region in northern Tanzania. Though spanning just around 30,000 sq. km, Serengeti is known around the world for its large population of different species of wildlife, particularly lion. A popular attraction in the region is the migration of mammals, which occurs every year. The regio...
 
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Open Safari Vehicles vs. Closed Safari Vehicles

BY - 4th January 2016
 
 
Going for a safari in Tanzania is an increasingly popular activity for casual holiday-goers and adventurous travelers. However, one of the most important factors of any safari is to have a comfortable and reliable vehicle. In general, tourists have two available options: open game-viewing safari ve...
 
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