Karibu! Are you looking for an adventure? There are so many reasons why people dream of coming to Tanzania. Some want to climb the mountains, most come to see large animals in their natural habitat. Whatever you plan, make sure you got enough time to get to know a bit of the ‘real’ Tanzania. Meet the people! Take a cultural walk or trip, it’s the key of understanding what is going on around here. Represented on SafariBookings.com
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This is Petronella Yohanna Kreeftmeijer. Her father is from the Netherlands and her mothers is from Tanzania.
She was born and raised in Tanzania. She went for her studies to Netherland. She come back to Tanzania and got married to a Tanzania man and leaved for 23 years. She has 10 years of experience in Tourism industry. She is one of our representative in Netherland. If you need any assistacy to organize your trip to East Africa, expecial Tanzania and Kenya feal free to ask any assistacy from her: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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With a great personality and his great ground handling on small and big groups, family tours from the bush to highlands , taking them through all Tanzania national parks and game reserves destinations, has made his experience in tourism ready, specializes and offer tailored – made trips to each customer or agent with a personalized service both before and during your adventure.
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Wildlife experience Tanzania is an adventure safari tour company employing only the most knowledgeable and experienced guides in order to ensure that visitors to Tanzania will become intimately acquainted with the intriguing beauty and mystery that are the hallmarks of this wild land. In operation since 2010, we are able to offer the most diverse range of tours available in Tanzania specializing in unique itineraries tailor-made to meet specific requirements. Plus, each safari is lead by accomplished driver/guides who are fluent in English and Spanish with an in-depth knowledge of all aspects of wildlife spotting, identification, behavior and general tourism.
Enjoy a balmy tropical holiday at the coast or, hike through rain forests and glaciers, visit the Maasai warriors who still live traditional tribal lives, or take a spice tour in Zanzibar, or visit Olduvai Gorge known as the “cradle of mankind”. From boat safaris, walking safaris, driving safaris, budget camping safaris, 4 star lodges, scuba diving to mountain climbing; this multi-faceted country has a universal appeal that never fails to work its magic.
Damas D. Kimario, the Managing Director – Wildlife Experience Tanzania, Was born and raised in the Kilimanjaro region and is an experienced tour operator. Damas has a Diploma in Agriculture and Animal Husbandry but he chose to be a Safari and a Mountain Guide because of his love for nature and environment plus meeting people of different cultures, so he then joined a Tourism collage where he managed to acquire a diploma in Tour operation and Human Resource Management. In 2006 Damas set a speed record for climbing Kilimanjaro.
Tanzania is a land of contrasts. From the snow peak of Mt kilimanjaro to the sun-kissed islands of zanzibar, from the endless plains of the Serengeti, the country contains immense cultural and natural ealth
Famous for its wildlife
Tanzania National parks are numerous and as spectacular as diverse. You can spot Panthera pardus Leorpard in tiny Manyara and Serengeti National park or travel to Tarangire park, a wilderness bigger than Denmark and home to 50,000 elephants Loxodonta africanus. There’s every chance you’ll see a herd of several hundred Buffalos. The most popular safaris lead to Serengeti’s wildebeest migration and the magic Ngorongoro crater. However,Tanzania offers much more than game views.
Tanzania form a diverse colorful Nation of more than 120 tribes each speaking an own local language and sharing a specific way of life. Their common language is Kiswahili, their general attitude towards life and other people – including ‘Mzungus’ as they call white people – is very peaceful and friendly.