Tanzania is a remarkable destination. It is the most bio-diverse country in mainland Africa, harboring incomparable natural wealth. Vast wilderness areas where the rhythms of ancient migrations still beat, Endemic fauna and flora, colorful African cultures, and dramatic landscapes. Through the years, we have worked in every corner of Tanzania. From the peak of Kilimanjaro to the backcountry of the Udzungwa scarp forests. We led diving expeditions to the sheer coral-crusted walls of southern Pemba, participated in coming of age ceremonies in the seldom visited south Maasailand, and camped in the Kitulo plateau, witnessing one of the world’s great floral spectacles.

More than 30% of Tanzania’s area is officially protected – a monumental tribute to its natural wealth and the commitment of its people to defend it. Much of this area comprises national parks, Game & Forest reserves, and marine parks, while other wilderness areas fall under the management of local communities and private concession holders. We operate regularly in many of these Parks and concessions and many village areas. In addition, we built great relationships throughout Tanzania and further afield in East Africa, ensuring that we can pursue your interests and operate virtually anywhere in east Africa when the need arises.

  • Alex Eby, USA
    Max was an absolute pleasure; very professional and fun to be with. His Knowledge of mammals, birds, and the parks was astounding. We learned new things every day. He feels like a friend we will miss and come back to see again someday!
    Alex Eby, USA
  • Shira Lerden, Israel
    Our safari was amazing, simply perfect. The camp in the Serengeti was a clear highlight; the lions, the cheetahs, and the vast herds of Wildebeest crossing the Mara River.
    Shira Lerden, Israel
  • Tair Kovalski
    This was one of the best experiences of our lives. Every lodge was dead on and wonderfully surprising. I really can’t thank you enough!
    Tair Kovalski