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safari-operator in Arusha / Tanzania

The world's focus had been on South Africa !
Soccer & Safari... but


Go for Safari in a true heart of Africa !

we are located at:
Sokoine /Jacaranda Rd
Arusha
TANZANIA

Kilimanjaro, Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Manyara, Tarangire, Lake Natron, Arusha-NP - SAFARI in Tanzania
we take you for safari to:
Kilimanjaro
Serengeti
Ngorongoro-Crater
Lake Manyara
Tarangire
Lake Natron
Arusha-Nationalpark

        
... and more
Our website was set up in 2007 and is about to grow,
while the company is been existing since the nineties.
We are going to provide you with many informations about our safaris and tours, giving you ideas and a plan of a perfectly set up holiday-experience in Tanzania.
Being a small tour-operator we commit ourselves to provide you with all the flexibility and comfort you need for a unique safari-experience. We do run a network of connections around the Northern circuit of Tanzania and Zanzibar. This enables us to arrange a suitable itinerary for one or more days/weeks of your well-planned holiday.

 



Michael Grzimek: HE GAVE ALL HE POSSESSED
INCLUDING HIS LIFE FOR THE WILD ANIMALS OF AFRICA.

Bernhard Grzimek: A LIFETIME OF CARING FOR WILD
ANIMALS AND THEIR PLACE ON OUR PLANET. IT IS
BETTER TO LIGHT A CANDLE THAN TO CURSE THE DARKNESS.

"Serengeti shall not die...!"
"Die Serengeti darf nicht sterben...!"

Prof. Bernhard Grzimek (Director of the Zoological Garden in Frankfurt/ Germany for decades) and his son Michael set their lives and love all for making this important unique movie - fighting for protection of environment and wildlife in East-Africa. After Michael's death Bernhard continued to complete this first ever German Oscar-nominated and award winning project. He was a pioneer in using public media such as his own TV-show, a popular magazine and a large number of books based on countless research trips. It was meant to be the start of generations to follow his steps worldwide.
Today Frankfurt Zoological Society still continues Grzimek's work. Regular flights ie. over the Serengeti plains help to count the number of Wilderbeest, today their population has increased, their paths are protected. Also thousands of tourists every year help to carry the message around the world.

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