About Nina Zara

In last five years she extensively travelled Morocco, Sudan East Africa, Zambia and South Africa. Nina also lived in Tanzania for a while where she worked with safari company and knows safari business inside out. Nowadays writing and travelling Africa is full time occupation. Most of the year Nina is on the road, leading independent, digital nomad lifestyle and working from anywhere as long as there is good WiFi. For Nina, people are the essence of travel and she makes sure she makes local friends everywhere she goes.© Safari Junkie. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published without permission, rewritten or redistributed.
5 06, 2017

Crossing Africa by Foot

By | June 5th, 2017|Categories: Culture, Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania|Tags: |17 Comments

Meet the guy who is walking African continent. Mario is currently on expedition of his life, walking from South Africa to Egypt. Read the interview.

23 05, 2017

Berber Phrases for Travel to Morocco

By | May 23rd, 2017|Categories: Culture, Morocco|1 Comment

Travelling to Morocco? Maybe its time for some basic Berber – Tamazight Travel Phrases! If you have already been to Morocco, then you know that French, although not being official language of Morocco, will get you a long way in communication with locals. If you have some knowledge of Arabic, even better. Those dependent on [...]

5 01, 2017

Couchsurfing in Sudan With Local Family

By | January 5th, 2017|Categories: Culture, Sudan|10 Comments

How I Spent One Month in Khartoum With Local Family There is a Slavic saying about hospitality that in English translation goes something like this: three days is plenty for any guest to stay. I think similar idiom in English goes Fish and visitors stink after three days.  Obviously this philosophy in Sudan is [...]

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