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Kilwa Ruins

Kilwa Ruins

KILWA RUINS HISTORY OF KILWA RUINS Kilwa Kisiwani (literally means ‘isle of the fishes’) is a medieval archeological site, located in present day Tanzania on the eastern coast of Africa, 300 kilometers south of Dar es Salaam. It is situated 3 kilometers off the...
Isimila Stone Age Site

Isimila Stone Age Site

Isimilia Stone Age SiteIn the Iringa region you can see the history of the Hehe’s warring years comes to life; Kalenga, fifteen kilometress (nine miles) west from Iringa along the Mloa road is the village. There the ruins of Mkwawa’s capital can be found,...
Olduvai Gorge

Olduvai Gorge

It is part of a steep sided ravine (50 km long) in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro/Serengeti Plain (part of the Great Rift Valley), and is world famous as the “cradle of mankind”.On this unique location water, weather and time eroded a whole mountain – and...
A day trip to Olduvai Gorge

A day trip to Olduvai Gorge

Olduvai Gorge: Cradle of Mankind Cutting across the Serengeti and Salei plains in an east-west direction is a narrow fifty- kilometre-long (31-mile) gorge. This is Olduvai, site of some of the most important fossil hominid finds of all time; unearthed remains of our...