Our experienced team of safari guides have years of experience in guiding and they know Tanzania inside out. The most popular natural landscapes in Tanzania are their daily bread so no need to wait – book a trip right now!
Rogathe was born in Karatu, now he lives in Arusha. As he’s a real expert when it comes to Tanzania, he has an extensive knowledge of local wildlife. He learned everything during his 5-years study in Kilimanjaro. Once he graduated, he became a ranger in the Serengeti National Park. Then he decided to become a safari guide. Environmental protection, educating local people – this has always been his dream.
One of our most passionate safari guides. Even if he’s the father of one son, living a normal life in Arusha with his family, he rocks the safari world. He was born in karatu District, the Arusha area, so the region levels with him totally. Jackson became a travel guide 6 years ago. He knows everything about the Tanzanian flora and fauna and also he’s an off-road vehicle expert. Don’t you think he’s the king of the jungle? We do!
Jackson Saimon Shirima
Jackson was born in the Kilimanjaro region 30 years ago. he is a graduate from the College of African Wildlife Management(MWEKA) having a technician certificate in wildlife management and later after graduating he decided to join for the special training for becoming the mountain guide and now he has 5 years experience in climbing the Top roof of Africa so many times using different tracking routs. Machame route, Marangu, Lemosho, Umbwe, and Rongai route.
Rashid lives right next to the Arusha National Park together with his family. He is a proud father of three kids. He was born and grew up countrywide, near Lake Victoria, in the Tabora region. Rashid graduated from one of the schools in Arusha (with a specialization in nature preservation). After graduation, he worked in several safari companies for around 15 years. He loves to share his passion and knowledge in the field of African nature and local culture with tourists. Rashid cares a lot about environmental protection – his biggest dream is to make it possible for the next generations to enjoy African wildlife as he does.
Tumaini Mark Mano
Tumaini grew up in the vicinity of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, in Karatu. He spent his childhood riding around the crater and camping with his parents and his uncle who was a ranger of the Ngorongoro National Park. It was his uncle who taught Tumaini how to treat and love nature and African wildlife. Once Tumaini graduated from the prestigious school (African Nature Preservation School in Mweka, Kilimanjaro) he started working as a safari guide for several Tanzanian companies. He worked as a safari guide for 10 years. His main responsibility was to show the tourists over the National Park. Tumaini keeps believing that one must live long to learn and he enjoys having long conversations with tourists who often ask probing questions about the culture and nature.