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Monday, September 5, 2016

Tanzania: A Photo Story

Tanzania, how can you not fall in love with this country? I spent my growing (17) years in this beautiful country and there is not even a single day that I don't wish to go back. I spent my childhood days here. Maybe that is why I associate happiness to this place. Who wouldn't want to go back to their crazy childhood days when everything was hunky dory and we did not have a care in this world?

I have been doing a series of Tanzania posts on my Instagram for the last few weeks. I just wanted to capture the same through a photo story.  I know why I hate zoos and I hope you feel the same after seeing some of the pictures here.  I hope I have inspired at least some of you to take a safari.

There were thousands of pictures but filtering them down to only 20+ pictures was the difficult part. Maybe I will do another series in the future but for now, take in the beauty of Tanzania with these pictures. It is really a gorgeous country.


All pictures except one are credited to my brother in law Anil Menon and my sister Kavya Nambiar from their recent trip to Tanzania. The exception is a photo clicked by my other brother in law, Nishanth Nottath. Come fall in love with my favourite country through the frames captured by them.


Tanzania: A Photo Story
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A photo posted by Soumya Nambiar (@soumna_travelbooksfood) on

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A photo posted by Soumya Nambiar (@soumna_travelbooksfood) on

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Tanzania: A Photo Story
Tanzania: A Photo Story


8 comments:

  1. wow...such cool pictures...amazing photo story :)

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    1. Thank you Durga. All credits to the photographer. I just added the words.

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  3. Now I know whom to contact when I plan to go there!

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  4. For some unknown reason, I feel the starting point of the world in your pictures. Need to visit Africa to feel it again.

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    1. That is so kind. You should visit Africa once again.

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