(MIS)ADVENTURES | STORIES | PEOPLE
EXPLORE WITH EMOTION. LIVE FOR THE JOURNEY.
TANZANIA aka home
If – like me – you’re not a fan of your typical 10-best-things-to-do-in lists but still want plenty of cool ideas and handy tips, these are for you!
A small village just a bit below the edge of Kilimanjaro National Park, a beautiful waterfall, an introduction to local coffee making and a delicious homemade ‘Chagga’ lunch… A visit to Materuni waterfall and village is one of the best introductions to local village life near Moshi, Tanzania.
Cross the town in a bajaji or on the back of a bodaboda, take a coffee tour, go chasing waterfalls and climb (or drink) Kilimanjaro. Moshi might not be a huge city, but there’s so many amazing things to do here I was able to fill the entire alphabet with it. Have a look and pick your favorite!
Tanzania definitely isn't the easiest country for independent travel and most of all, for certain activities it can turn out to be more expensive. So here's the pros and cons of each option for some of the most popular tourist activities.
Everything you need to know to visit the Serengeti. When's the best time to travel, which areas are worth visiting, how much does it cost, how to get there and more.
NICE TO MEET YOU!
Hi, I’m Lili! In 2017 I sold everything I didn’t need, packed what was left in 2 suitcases and left home with only a one-way ticket to Tanzania. No plan, no bucket list, no end date.
THIS IS MY STORY.
It’s the stories of the people I meet, laughter and tears, joy and pain, excitement and frustrations, and the (mis)adventures of a girl who’s too busy living life to even think about looking perfect for her next Instagram shot.
More than 4 years later, I still haven’t left Tanzania, have fallen in love with more than just the country and I now own and run 3 businesses here.
FIND ME HERE
STORIES & (MIS)ADVENTURES
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE SULPHUR MINERS
A journey inside an active volcano at Kawah Ijen, Indonesia
“Just breath slowly in and out and you’ll be fine”.
Chong was holding my hand in the pitch black night as I tried to control my breathing. Our dim torches were the only source of light but they were enough to see that his eyes weren’t letting go of mine for even a second. “It’s just like normal breathing and we’re almost there”, he said, with his soft reassuring voice.
But it wasn’t… and we weren’t…
Because stories are nice, but they don’t get you places.