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About The Author

I’ve always loved travelling, I can remember being excited to pack for a trip even weeks before the actual date. I am also a lover of literature and language and I’ve had my fair share of writing short stories, poetry and even journalizing. Karibu travels created a platform for me to write about my travel  experiences, my hope is to help people learn and understand different attractions and perhaps feel that they are part of whatever I’m writing about. Do not hesitate to leave comments and suggestions, I’m always  ready to make adjustments and improvements. Enjoy and safe travels!

Kelvin Innocent

Latest Travel Stories

TANZANIA VOTED SECOND TOP SAFARI DESTINATION IN AFRICA

TANZANIA VOTED SECOND TOP SAFARI DESTINATION IN AFRICA As we come to an end of 2019, we can close the 2019 curtains a little happier knowing that Tanzania has maintained its position prior to last year as being the second best safari destination in Africa coming to a close call with Botswana. Tanzania has maintained […]

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7 MUST TRY TANZANIAN DISHES FOR A FOODIE LIKE YOU.

7 MUST TRY TANZANIAN DISHES FOR A FOODIE LIKE YOU. Food is by far one of my favorite topics to talk about! I love good food and from a young age my uncle taught me to be explorative about my food and not be afraid to try new things. If you are a foodie like […]

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TRAVEL ITEMS YOU DO NOT NEED

TRAVEL ITEMS YOU DO NOT NEED If you are a frequent traveller then I’m certain you have experienced a situation once in a while where you carry something and not once do you use it in your trip, and its even worse if the item is heavy, a total waste of space in your suit […]

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FEEDING A GIRAFFE IN DAR

FEEDING A GIRAFFE IN DAR Do you ever take unplanned trips and end up in unexpected places? I usually do this when I’m bored. Yesterday was definitely one of those days. It was a public holiday and I was tired of staying indoors all day so I went for a drive, On the road I […]

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HOW TO DRESS LIKE A LOCAL IN TANZANIA

HOW TO DRESS LIKE A LOCAL IN TANZANIA Well look at you! Trying to get into the cultural spirit and all! Good for you! There is nothing that I love more than seeing open minded people diverging themselves in the local culture, even if their traditions, dressing styles or ways of life are completely different […]

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