Tanzania Sports & Outdoors

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    A football field in Dar es Salaam
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Tanzania Sports & Outdoors

  • Fitness and Health # 4

    While we are mentioning toilets, I feel I need to point out that the sanitary conditions are not what you are used to from home. The toilet may very well be the hole-in-the-ground type. Personally I prefer to squat over a hole in the ground rather than hover over a dirty toilet seat, but many people feel uncomfortable with these facilities. Toilet...

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  • Fitness and Health # 3

    Equally, make a toilet visit your last task before getting into the vehicle. There are very few public toilets in the parks, if any. Some of the areas designated for picnics do have toilet facilities, but getting to these may take time and disrupt your game drive. You may not be the most popular person in the van if you insist that the vehicle...

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  • Fitness and Health # 2

    If you have some sort of disability, check with the safari operator before booking to ensure that they are aware of the extent of your disability and whether they are able to accommodate you. Remember, you will probably be expected to climb up into a reasonably high vehicle, and will be spending long periods of time sitting down in a confined...

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  • Fitness and Health # 1

    You don’t have to be super-fit to go on a safari, but it helps to be in reasonable shape. Check with your doctor about inoculations in plenty of time before your trip – remember that some vaccinations require a series of injections over a period of time. Malaria tablets are nearly always required – ask your doctor for advice. Personally I prefer...

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  • Scuba paradise!

    If you dive, you will never regret diving on Zanzibar, the waters are incredibly clear and warm and the wildlife is amazing. You will probably get to see dolphins as well. There are a lot of dive shops in Stone Town that will arrange excursions and all equipment for you.

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  • Climbing and diving

    Of course climbing Kilimanjaro is very sportive and brings nearly everybody to their limit. Be sure to be fit enough to make it, from time to time there are people collapsing. And no helicopter will come and bring you to the nearby high-tech-hospital!Zanzibar is paradise for divers – so I was told, I can’t dive. It is possible to rent all the...

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