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Tanzania’s National Parks on your platter with National Geographic’s Digital Nomad Andrew Evans


“Always travelling and always weird” is how National Geographic describes it’s Digital Nomad Andrew Evans as he is always excited to discover great destinations around the globe. After his visits to some thrilling locations in Egypt, Quebec, Antarctica, Mexico and more, Andrew Evans has now set his foot in Tanzania to explore the adventurous national parks.

Andrew Evans has previously visited Tanzania where he was amazed by the view of the brown Serengeti Plains and the much-treasured Mount Kilimanjaro. And this time he is back to Africa, for safari in the national parks of Tanzania. Already spell cast on the onset of his Safari, Andrew Evans mentions, “I am in Tanzania—back in Tanzania. I like it here and I am happy to be back, for this is the great secret of Africa—that this place is so very addictive.”

This time Andrew Evans intends to visit national parks that are exotic and still alive. You can track Andrew Evans  on Twitter: @WheresAndrew or his blog- Digital Nomad and get to know Tanzania’s national parks closely as the travel expert unwinds  himself amidst the bountiful nature and enjoys the splendid view of a variety of wild animals and other creatures. Fall in love with Tanzania’s wildlife as Andrew Evans narrates in his experiences through digital storytelling.

Photo Credits: All photographs above are by Andrew Evans

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