Tourism Trap for Tanzania

Coronavirus will challenge a poor nation that depends on the safari industry

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View from our SUV, Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania. January 2020.
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I’ve drawn circles in this picture around some of the SUVs taking tourists around the Ngorongoro Crater.
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Looking into Ngorongoro Crater
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Photo credit: David G. Young
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Lioness sleeps in a tree in Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania. Photo credit: David G. Young
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Journalist fascinated by art, history, medicine, politics and food. Has visited museums on six continents, eaten in more than 50 nations. Knows FDA, Congress.

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