A diet of a type traditional in Mediterranean countries, characterized especially by a high consumption of vegetables and olive oil and moderate consumption of protein, and thought to confer health benefits.
A diet based on the types of foods presumed to have been eaten by early humans, consisting chiefly of meat, fish, vegetables, and fruit and excluding dairy or cereal products and processed food.
A vegan diet contains only plants (such as vegetables, grains, nuts and fruits) and foods made from plants. Vegans do not eat foods that come from animals, including dairy products and eggs.
Halal is an Arabic word that simply means lawful or permitted, but generally refers to what’s allowed under Islamic law. It’s the opposite of haram, which means unlawful or prohibited. Some things are very clear-cut halal or haram, however, as with a lot of religious law, other things can be open to interpretation.
Kosher is any food or beverage in Jewish dietary laws that is allowed to eat
- Mt. Kilimanjaro
- Serenge Natonal Park
- Zanzibar Island
- Mafia Island
- Pangani & Kilwa Historical Town
- Oldonyo Lengai (Holy Mountain of the Maasai)
- Lake Manyara National Parks
- Tarangire National park
- Nyerere National Park
- Maasai Community
- Olduvai Gorge
- Lake Natron
- Lake Eyasi
- Kenya Safaris
- Mountain Climbing Adventures
- Photography, Films and Documentaries Safaris
- All Ground Transfer and Local Airline Connection
- Hotel, Lodge/Tents and Camping Adventure Safaris
- Group Incentives and Conferences (MICE)
- Walking Trail and Exploration
- Self-Drive Expedition Safari
- Wildlife Game Drive Safaris
- Night Wildlife Game Drive
- Beach Holiday Vacation
- Cultural Tourism Safaris
- Hot Air Balloon
- Car Hire