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We are Tanzanian leading Ecosystem company-tailor made authentic safari company

Showing the Wild and Nature experience of Africa with better value and more exciting safaris We have served the world’s most respected institution and organizations

Explore the heart of Africa in an incredible safari in a 4x4 vehicle and you will discover the still untouched great parks of the planet, natural spaces where life reaches its maximum peak.

You will traverse a great variety of landscapes and will meet tribal cultures like the Masai. You will see Primary forests with a rich bird life, green mountains, rosy lakes covered with flamingoes, endless savannahas like the wide open plains of the Serengeti or the mythical Ngorongoro crater, great shelter for wildlife. Lions with their prey, the fast hunts of the cheetahs, thousands of ungulates in The great Migration, elephant families, giraffes, hippopotamus and many more creatures will be the protagonists in this exciting adventure

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John Nnko

Managing Director

Neema Mbise

Director of Finance

Frank Akyoo


Emmanuel Nnko


Emanuel Mafie

Safari Guide

Livistone Mkundi

Mountain Guide and Safari Guide

Peter Simon

Safari Guide

Filbert Mtuy

Mountain Guide

Massawe Estomih

Camping Safari cooker/sheff

Livistone Mkundi

Mountain Guide and Safari Guide

John Mando

Mountain Cooker/Sheff

Frequently Asked Questions

Tanzania Faq's

How to Get to Tanzania?

Tanzania has two International Airports and many regional airports. Julius Nyerere International Airport in Dar es Salaam is the best port of entry for the Southern and Western Circuits. Kilimanjaro International Airport is the usual port of entry for the Northern Circuit.

The roads of Tanzania are a mixture of well-maintained tarred roads to bare tracks. Driving safaris are popular, especially for small groups of 4 to 6 family or friends traveling together, as it often works out cheaper than flying. The other advantage of a drive safari is that you have a private vehicle and the same guide throughout your safari.

How many people are typically on your safaris?

Our standard Land Cruisers allow for a maximum of six travelers, plus a guide/driver. Our minimum group size is generally 12, with a maximum of 100 plus on our Safari, which uses regular Land Cruisers instead of extended ones. It is common to have group sizes smaller than 20, which will give you more exclusive time in the vehicles each one having 6pax with your driver/guide.

Can I create a custom safari tour of Tanzania?

Yes, Our safaris can be customized to focus on wildlife safari, photography, cultural tour,(combo safari) trekking and safari, flying safari or other general interests of the participants. In fact, nearly all itineraries are developed based on the desires of our customers. Our safaris provide the perfect adventure for families, couples or individuals and we are happy to cater to special interests and requests to our travelers

Vaccinations Or Medications Before Coming To Tanzania

Before you leave for Tanzania you should consult your physician, who will be able to give you the most up-to-date information. Our advice below can help to inform you before your trip but should not replace a consultation with your doctor. It is advised to take malaria prophylaxis – usually Doxycycline, Lariam or Malarone. All three are different – again, ask your doctor for more advice.

Many areas of Tanzania have malaria; please check with your medical practitioner for the latest advice reprophylactic treatments. To avoid malaria, it is best to take precautionary steps to limit being bitten by a mosquito. Wear long covering tops and long pants at night. Use bug spray. The majority of lodges and safari camps have fitted mosquito nets around their beds to reduce the risk of bites. Tsetse flies, often found in heavily wooded areas. They can be a nuisance as their bites can be painful. Generally, they prefer moving targets, so the more you move about and flap at them the more they will bite. Your guide will remove you from the area if they are becoming too much of a problem, as usually the flies are found in small forest pockets during the day.

As of 2016, a Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is mandatory for ALL visitors coming to Tanzania.

It is always prudent to take out travel and medical insurance before travelling to ensure that if there should be an unexpected problem, you are covered.

What are the accommodations like on safari tour?

Camping Safari

In camping safari you will sleep at the tent, -We have tents for solo traveler, 2 travelers, 3 travelers and 4 travelers. We will provide you with camping equipment including tents, sleeping mattresses, tables and chairs. Our professional Chefs will have all cooking equipment for safari

Lodging & Tented camp safari

One of the most important aspects of your safari is maximizing the amount of quality time in the field; there is so much to experience that we don’t want to miss anything. We choose not only quality lodges and tented camps with en suite facilities, but consider their locations foremost in our planning. Our accommodations are located within and outside the national park and reserve boundaries whenever possible, to start each morning closer to the wildlife. The lodges we choose, as well as many of the tented camps, feature spectacular scenery, comfortable furnishings, and friendly and accommodating staff. Some even offer swimming pools for relaxing after a long safari drive! Note that while we make every effort to offer superior facilities, occasionally there may be a particular location that necessitates us to stay in more basic mobile tented camps

What is the wildebeest migration and when is it?

The Great Migration, in Tanzania and Kenya, is one of nature’s greatest events, but how do you know where and when to go to actually witness it?

The vast Serengeti plains and the hills of Kenya’s Masai Mara are the setting for the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle, the 1.5 million animal ungulate (wildebeest) migrations. Over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra and gazelle, relentlessly tracked by Africa’s great predators, migrate in a clockwise fashion over 1,800 miles each year in search of rain ripened grass.

Once the ‘short rains’ fall in November and December (sometimes as early as October) the migration moves from Kenya’s Masai Mara down through the eastern side of Tanzania’s Serengeti into its sweet and fertile southern-grass plains. Here, the wildebeest and other ungulates settle between January and April. In April and May the ‘long’ rains set in and the migration starts moving from the depleted southern plains north to the long grass plains in the western corridor. Large river crossings on the Grumeti and Mara Rivers occur as the migration heads back into Kenya’s Masai Mara – the season dries out and fresh grazing and water can be found in the far north. The Masai Mara is usually at its best in August, September and October.

Will I be able to Charge My Electronic Devices On Safari?

Most lodges have outlets so you will be able to recharge batteries. However, because the lodges are run on generators, the electrical current is not as strong as traditional electrical currents, and some lodges turn off their generators at midnight. Some of the campsites offer outlets in the dining area. Campsite etiquette dictates a first- come-first-served principle. Our safari jeep have charging ports that you can use to charge your phone/camera & laptop while you’re on safari with us

What type of safari jeep is used on a safari?

We use a combination of 4×4 4WD open roof Land Cruisers & Land Rovers to maximize our viewing opportunities in the field. Our vehicles feature pop-top roofs for all-around visibility, and open center aisles for flexible maneuvering when stopped. All of our vehicles conform to safety regulations and are custom-built to take the rigors of a safari. All vehicles are driven by our experienced and highly knowledgeable local guides, who are integral in explaining the intricacies of the ecological principals or animal behavior that you’ll be witnessing. Our vehicles provide maximum safety as well as ease of viewing. Many of our safaris take place in national parks and reserves, whose regulations require us to stay inside our vehicles due to danger from wild animals.

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