There are currently 19 Travel Helpers for Tanzania. Please remember that these Travel Helpers provide information on a volunteer basis and when they take the time to help you that a thank you is highly appreciated! They are listed below in order of their last activity on Travellerspoint.
Hi, my complete name is Ally Simba. I am a native Tanzanian who knows the area and Tanzania culture very well. I am hereby assisting and help you regards any question concerning Safaris & tours, Culture & history, Climbing & treks, Beach & bush and other rare things found in Tanzania.
I will volunteer my time to answer your kindly questions you may have. Please welcome!
I'm working in a tourist company called African Son Tours,actually we don't compete with other but we add value on what others offers and we know well about tourism industry.
Eliya was born in Tanzania and founded Nature Bound Africa (NBA) after having worked for 9 years with various tours companies as a driver guide, progressing to operations manager. He gained the experience and vision for what is considered to be the most important principles in operating a successful safari business, travelling through East Africa countries, from Tanzania to Burundi, gathering experience and establishing contacts with safari companies and tour guides. Eliya has exceptional knowledge of East Africa and excels in matching you to key guides who he has got to know from working in the industry during the last 9 years.
Although Eliya has covered the whole of East African countries in his journeys, he continues to travel often to update information and explore new areas. Hard to find information on Africa is always at his fingertips, and he loves to take the time to talk to people about the many adventures that can be found on the continent. His latest trip was visiting the Selous and Serengeti in Tanzania and the Maasai Mara in Kenya to see many of the new camp openings and doing fun activities of walking with elephants, horse riding, tracking rhinos and wild dogs, and canoeing. Selous, Saadani and Mikumi National Parks trips in Tanzania are still some of his favorite remote adventures.
I am a freelance journalist for an English newspaper that specialises in reporting on the tourism industry in the Northern region of Tanzania. I can answer questions about this topic because I live, work and travel in the area. In the course of my work I find a lot of useful information, the bulk of which rarely makes it to print. The Hardest Questions will only be a matter of me picking up a phone and speaking to some one who has the answers.
I am a Travel & Tour Consultant with my own Consultation business firm, so don't hesitate to ask me anything.
My name is Aafeez
I'm the 3rd Generation African Asian that is leaving in Tanzania and would like to help tourist in my free time who visit Tanzania
I have grown up in Tanzania and being going on Safaris through out Tanzania for the last 18 yrs at the moment on my free time I do free consultation and recommend tourist what is best to do on Tanzania main land this is my pass time and I enjoy it
In Arusha it self there are over 250 safari companies and out of which there are more then 60% of the companies that are bogus ( I call them brief case companies) they offer fantastic offers , the tourist falls for it and then he/she gets coned
I have seen so may tourist getting coned but I have no clue why they still go to the same company again and again I do and I would like to help and when a tourist goes back home he /she goes with smile and not say to that he is not going to recommend fellow tourist to come to Tanzania
am tour organizer to the company called Expertsafaris so l can answer all question
Because I am Tour Consultant
Travelled many time trough East Africa. Got many feriends over there. Visited many place. So if I can help
I am starting a tour from Arusha. I will be coming from South Africa either Cape or Joberg is it best to fly into Nairobi or Dar es Salaam? whats the best way to get to Arusha?
I can help with all general and specific information about Tanzania, including all the destinations, accommodation, or anything to do with what you want to do in Tanzania.
Ask me a question and i will do my best to give you the right answer.
Ex-brummie overlander now tour operator in Tanzania, always got time to answer questions on safari's Kilimanjaro -Mt Meru-Zanzibar or info on Tanzania in general.
Giving information about eastern Tanzania and Zanzibar. I can help you in you speak french, english, german or dutch!
Voor de mensen die nederlands verstaan, jullie kunnen ook altijd eens op mijn eigen blog gaan zien hier op travellerspoint: www.launcherke.travellerspoint.com. Daar vind je een verslag terug over mijn eigen reis naar dit prachtige land.
Advising about accommodation and local transport
just feel free to contact shall see what to do
I would love to be of help to anyone who needs factual touristic information about Tanzania. Am a Travel and Tours Consultant based in Nairobi - Kenya.
Plan trips to Tanzania to include all the major adventures the country offers -- Safari, Mt. Kilimanjaro Trekking and Beaches at Zanzibar.
I can field general questions about my experience in Tanzania, what I recommend, and what was difficult about my trip there. I don't know many specifics about the country, eg. where to stay in certain cities.
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