Sound ethical practices
We value our human resource. We do not overload our porters and safari crews. We pay them fair wages that are among the highest in the industry. Therefore, we work with a well motivated team.
We are a Partner for Responsible Travel with the International Mountain Explorers Connection (IMEC) and a member of the Kilimanjaro Porters Assistance Project in Tanzania, which works towards improving the working conditions for porters.
Our guides have an intimate knowledge of the local landscapes, wildlife and people. They will not only guide you safely but also educate and inform you about the environment you walk through and the cultures of the local people. It's very much like walking with a friend who knows the area well and is very happy sharing the knowledge.
Small ecological sensitive group travel
This ensures you receive personalized service from our crews and create minimal impact on the environment.
Sound knowledge of the destinations we visit
We won't suggest you visit a location unless one of us has been there.
Commitment to Sustainable Tourism
We use locally owned accommodation facilities and as much as we reasonably can, buy all your food from local markets thus ensuring the money you have paid for your trip trickles down to the local people and hence reduce economic leakage.
To arrange tours for different group sizes - singles, couples, senior citizens, families, and groups.
To help in planning your own tailor-made safari.
Tours to seldom seen natural wonders
Some of our tours take you to remote, isolated areas, where it is possible not to see any other foreign tourists.
We value your advice. Feedback from our clients helps us keep abreast of the current situation on the ground.