When someone puts Lonely Planet & Wild Guanabana in one sentence, a piece of advise, you agree to whatever it is! Wild Guanabana, run by Omar Samra, the first Egyptian and youngest Arab to reach the top of Mount Everest (who is now going to outer space, yes… SPACE) is a life changing journey experience travel guide who organizes these trips in the most safest and fun learning experience ever. Wild Guanabana is organizing a trip with Lonely Planet to Tanzania from the 6th of February to the 10th of February and for all you foodies out there you even get to take a Swahili cooking class! Tanzania is known for one of it’s ultimate safari adventure, it’s white-sand beaches and turquoise seas of Zanzibar, the landscapes, the tribes and equatorial ice-caps of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. A perfect getaway.
You can always read one of our Travel Junkie Diary, Sheena Kay’s diary here on Zanzibar.
I read once that everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself. It’s true. Can one change himself in order to ‘fix’ what is wrong with the world as they know it? Obama once said in his speech, “Change will not come if we wait for some other person, or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” I believe in travel. I believe those life changing experience help us help others if not just yourself.
For some, travel must be accompanied with friends, others can travel alone and encounter friends along the way. With Wild Guanabana, the friends have been selected by fate who are bounded by a group of 6 or 8 people who probably might know nothing about. These are the kind of adventures you will need once in your life and if you think there is no way you can do that…that only is a bigger reason why you must go. You can be whoever you want to be. Do whatever you like. Act in any manner you wish. It’s just you making your own life changing experience. I chose to go with Wild Guanabana. They have so many life changing experiences trips this year, Nepal is on our list.