Monday, January 12, 2015

Kilidove Tours at FITUR Madrid 2015

We are would like to inform you that our team will be attending FITUR travel and trade show in Madrid, Spain from 28th Jan till 2nd Feb 2015 and would like to meet you there. See you!

Nos complace informarles de que nuestro equipo asistirĂ¡ a FITUR la feria internacional de turismo de Madrid, que tendrĂ¡ lugar del 28 de Enero, al 2 de Febrero de 2015. Estaremos disponibles en el stand de Tanzania. ¡nos encantarĂ­a contar con su presencia¡

Friday, December 19, 2014

Holidays Greetings

You are the reason of our success, we are thankful for a great year 2014, and we wish you a very good and Happy holidays. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

Kilidove Tours Team at Vakantiebeurs Travel trade show Utrecht Netherlands

We are pleased to inform you that our team will be attending Vakantiebeurs travel and trade show in Utrecht, Netherlands in January 14th - 18th 2015 and would like to meet you there. You can find us at stand no. 02.D050 (Tanzania Tourist Board Pavilion)
 The best way to meet our experts and plan for your next adventure holiday in Tanzania, Book appointment now
See you!

Monday, May 5, 2014

Lions of Ngorongoro mating and other infos

Most lionesses will have reproduced by the time they are four years of age. Lions do not mate at any specific time of year, and the females are polyestrous. As with other cats, the male lion's penis has spines which point backwards. Upon withdrawal of the penis, the spines rake the walls of the female's vagina, which may cause ovulation. A lioness may mate with more than one male when she is in heat; during a mating bout, which could last several days, the couple copulates twenty to forty times a day and are likely to forgo eating

Tuesday, April 29, 2014


(January 15, 2014, New York, New York) Dar es Salaam, Tanzania’s vibrant commercial capital and Indian Ocean Port, was named one of “52 Places to Go in 2014” by The New York Times in its Sunday Travel Section, January 12, 2014. Dar es Salaam, one of Africa’s fastest growing cities, is being recognized for its rich culture and colorful lifestyle.

An excerpt from The New York Times describes Dar es Salaam as, “An eclectic mix of music echoes through the beach clubs, open-air bars and nightclubs of this Indian Ocean coastal city. Old-school dance music competes with Swahili hip-hop and traditional drumming, all drawing from the city’s African, Indian and Arab influences. Add in the street food, the beaches and the fact that the year-old African low-cost carrier Fastjet uses Dar as its hub, and it’s easy to see that this commercial capital is more than a stopover on the way to Tanzania’s natural splendor.”

Dr. Aloyce K. Nzuki, Managing Director, Tanzania Tourist Board said, “We are pleased that Dar es Salaam, in addition to being the gateway for the southern safari circuit, is increasingly being recognized  as a major East African port, rich in history and bustling  with a diversity of activities and attractions. In fact, this was one of the major factors we took into consideration in selecting Dar es Salaam as the location for the first annual Swahili International Tourism Expo (S!TE –, set to launch October 1-4, 2014.”

Dar es Salaam, as the gateway for all major airlines flying into Tanzania including KLM/DELTA, South African Airways, Emirates, Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways and Ethiopian Airlines, is the country’s most accessible city. It has also experienced rapid growth in its hotel capacity including three well known American hospitality brands, Hyatt Regency, Doubletree by Hilton and Holiday Inn. Four more hotel properties that are currently on the drawing board and are expected to be managed by international hotel chains.

This is the third time in four years that Tanzania has made the annual The New York Times “Places to Go” list. In 2011, it was Zanzibar and in 2012, it was Tanzania (the destination).

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