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Base of operations: Kenya
The M18751 is based in Zanzibar and tours depart from hotels all over Zanzibar. The company was found in 1997 with the aim of providing excellent services to select clients, especially those who appreciate quality and precision. The company organizes guided tours in East Africa (Zanzibar, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda).
Tours are guided by local, qualified guides and the main focus is to go slow at a relaxed pace. Adventures are organized when visitors request to go with local people to experience their daily way of life. Be prepared to have safe, clean and comfortable accommodation but which can vary from budget hotels to VIP Accommodation.
The owner, Hussein Mgungah, was born to the awareness of tourism and he is dedicated to make sure nature is there for generations. While the company is fairly young (formed in 1997), there is no shortage of expertise on Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and Zanzibar. The owners, Hussein Mgungah and Kassim Mbonde aren't simply office managers with no clue of what they are selling you.
Hussein, spending half of his time in Tanzania and half in Kenya, has lost track of the number of times he has climbed Kilimanjaro. Sure, he knows all there is to know about Serengeti and the Masai Mara, but if you want to know about the seldom-visited Mahale and Katavi in Tanzania's wild west, well he's been to these parks and can give you first-hand knowledge on them as well. Kassim, meanwhile, could write a history book on Zanzibar's Stone Town. But city and history aren't his only strengths. Having studied plant pathology in college, you simply pray that he has time to lead a Zanzibar spice tour for you.
Our reputation is of paramount importance to us, and we aim to provide impeccable service. So far, according to our past clients, we seem to have done pretty well. 99% of the inhabitants of Zanzibar are Muslims and the visitor must expect to respect this style of living. Swimwear only to be used on the beach. Otherwise suitable clothing during your excursions. Learn at least two Kiswahili words like Jambo, "How are you?" Habari, "How do you do" and Hakuna matata, "No problem".
The experience one gets by visiting people and places, the visitor must strive to retain the visitor influence and not to change it any modern way. Help make the world aware of Zanzibar being an exotic place for local, authentic culture. Specify your needs for Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda. Build your request around your expectation of "the perfect East African Safari" and let us design your experience around the themes of wildlife, culture, wilderness walking, birding or fishing on Islands.