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of satchels, saffron, and all things splendid.

12 Jan 
Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar… The names roll off the tongue like a roster call of Africa’s  most alluring destinations, all packed into one country. Resonating  with hints of the wild and exotic, these four alone are reason enough to  justify packing your bag and heading off to Tanzania.





Within the space of several hours, it’s possible to  go from lazing on idyllic beaches to exploring moss-covered ruins of  ancient Swahili city-states; from climbing mist-covered slopes in the  Southern Highlands to trekking through the barren landscapes around Ol  Doinyo Lengai, guided by a spear-carrying Maasai warrior. Yet, despite  its attractions, Tanzania has managed for the most part to remain  unassuming and low-key. It has also remained enviably untouched by the  tribal rivalries and political upheavals that plague many of its  neighbours, and this – combined with a booming tourism industry – makes  it an ideal choice for both first-time visitors and Africa old hands.


Wherever you go, take advantage of opportunities to  get to know Tanzanians. With their characteristic warmth and politeness,  and the dignity and beauty of their cultures, it is they who will  inevitably wind up being the highlight of any visit. Chances are that  you’ll want to come back for more, to which most Tanzanians will say ‘karibu tena’ (welcome again).
(Lonely Planet)


Featured items:Marni pleated dressMiH Jeans long sleeve button down shirtAleksandra Wisniewska shortsMax Azria satchel handbagKenneth Jay Lane wooden bangleHANNAH WARNER knuckle ringVanessa Mooney layered necklaceAll Saints scarfTory Burch elastic beltCarrera aviator sunglasses

Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Kilimanjaro, Zanzibar… The names roll off the tongue like a roster call of Africa’s most alluring destinations, all packed into one country. Resonating with hints of the wild and exotic, these four alone are reason enough to justify packing your bag and heading off to Tanzania.

Within the space of several hours, it’s possible to go from lazing on idyllic beaches to exploring moss-covered ruins of ancient Swahili city-states; from climbing mist-covered slopes in the Southern Highlands to trekking through the barren landscapes around Ol Doinyo Lengai, guided by a spear-carrying Maasai warrior. Yet, despite its attractions, Tanzania has managed for the most part to remain unassuming and low-key. It has also remained enviably untouched by the tribal rivalries and political upheavals that plague many of its neighbours, and this – combined with a booming tourism industry – makes it an ideal choice for both first-time visitors and Africa old hands.

Wherever you go, take advantage of opportunities to get to know Tanzanians. With their characteristic warmth and politeness, and the dignity and beauty of their cultures, it is they who will inevitably wind up being the highlight of any visit. Chances are that you’ll want to come back for more, to which most Tanzanians will say ‘karibu tena (welcome again).

(Lonely Planet)

Featured items:
Marni pleated dress
MiH Jeans long sleeve button down shirt
Aleksandra Wisniewska shorts
Max Azria satchel handbag
Kenneth Jay Lane wooden bangle
HANNAH WARNER knuckle ring
Vanessa Mooney layered necklace
All Saints scarf
Tory Burch elastic belt
Carrera aviator sunglasses

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