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Entries in tanzania (47)
Nature is beautiful and astounding in many ways, but generally we do know what to expect. Roses are red, water is blue, and grasses and leaves are green, right? But sometimes however, nature can really surprise us.
Fun and games on the tranquil white sands of Mafia Island, the most beautiful of Tanzania's Spice Islands, in this photo taken by Qipeng Zhang on the Tanzania Teaching Aid & Beaches project. Vote for Qipeng to win Volunteer Photo of the Month at the end of March on the Frontier Official Facebook page.
This throw-away camera shot might not of the best quality but we've chosen Eleanor's photo as this week as we love what's going on in it! Eleanor volunteered on Frontier's Tanzania Marine Conservation & Diving project and caught this fabulous moment where volunteers got to swim fantastically close to a whale shark.
Although we may think that there can be nothing as culturally enriching as exploring exotic parts of the world which we’ve never before visited - often paying money which we assume will go back into the local economy - the influx of tourist and commercial interest in East Africa is far from harmless.
From places of immense natural beauty and wonders of natural science to legendary monuments of everlasting love and ancient cultures, we bring you the top five most stunning places in this world to capture with your lens…
Laurence has been a fantastic volunteer taking part in Frontier’s Madagascar Marine Conservation and Diving project as well as the Tanzania Marine Conservation N.G.O. Internship! This awesome shot of Madagascar's Baobab trees, or rather, the trees of life, captures perfectly the magic of Madagascar.