Tanzania 5 Fun Facts

Infinite Safari Adventures runs safaris in several countries in east and southern Africa. Beginning this week we are going to provide you with 5 fun facts of each country we run safaris in. Since most of our safaris are in Tanzania let’s start there! Tanzania is just a little bit more than twice the size […]

Happy 50th Tanzania!

OK, it is a belated birthday but on April 26, 2014 Tanzania turned 50! It is weird that I am older than a country (I am not telling you by how much). Coincidentally April 26 is my wife’s birthday but she refuses to reveal whether she is older or younger than this African country. And […]

Say Hello To “Smiley” & His Relatives!

My first trip to Africa was in 2000. Because my wife and I were flying on frequent flyer miles we could not get the flights we wanted (as you can see things have not changed in almost 15 years). We ended up with a few days to spare before our Safari departure so gave in […]


Kayaking In Africa

  I love to kayak.  I love to take people kayaking.  I love to explore in a kayak.  Did I mention I love to kayak? This past August when I was in Africa I had two unique opportunities to go paddling in Africa.  The first was when Infinite Safari Adventures brought a multigenerational family of […]

Wanderlust Wednesdays: Tarangire National Park by Julie Cheng

Here is the second of Julie’s awesome blogs.  Read about her time in Zanzibar.  She captures perfectly how much fun it is.  You can also read more about her time in Afrcia at www.sweetlybalanced.com.  Thanks again Julie!  I could not have said it better myself! Wanderlust Wednesdays: Tarangire National Park by Julie Cheng For those of […]

Wanderlust Wednesdays: Zanzibar, Tanzania by Julie Cheng

Well you heard from Danae about her experiences.  Next up is Julie Cheng.  Julie and her new fiancee (you did not tell me Julie – Congrats!) went on a mini trip with us before meeting up with friends who are in the Peace Corps in Tanzania.  We took them to Zanzibar and Tarangire National Park. […]

A Pair of African Customized Shoes

A couple of weeks ago I was back in Africa.  The purpose of my trip was twofold.  First I went to Kenya to visit Patrick and to pick up inventory for a new business we are starting – selling Maasai Beaded Dog Collars to raise money to send the children of his village to school […]


What You Didn’t Know About Zanzibar

Last week we mentioned that biking around Zanzibar was on our Tanzania bucket list.  This is an Island we will almost insist you visit when you plan your trip to Tanzania, it is an unforgettable experience so different from mainland Africa. It is here that the spice trade between the Arab and Indians began – […]