Our Guides, at your service:
We have our own local guides who are part of a professional guiding team. They are wildlife and fauna experts with over 10 years guiding experience in the industry. Our guides are also keen photographers who will always be willing to capture your client’s experiences. We strive to match the best guide to your client’s interests and needs.
“Safari experts with a wealth of knowledge.”
David Anatory is one of our most conservation driven guides in Tanzania. He has a passion for the wildlife of his country and believes in sharing this with the world by practising responsible guiding – respecting the wildlife and their space. David is also an avid photographer who is always on the lookout for the perfect shot.
Solomon Mkumbo’s passion for what he does is easily recognizable by his positive and friendly nature. Having grown up in Tanzania, he loves to share the beauty of his country with travelers in a hands-on approach. He is a wildlife expert and loves to share his knowledge with travelers.
Peter Izack has a total of 8 years experience as a guide in Tanzania. He was born under the roof of Kilimanjaro and grew up in Arusha. His love for wildlife was inspired by visits to Arusha National Park and his brother, who is also a guide. His favourite park is the Serengeti National Park for its wildlife and beautiful scenery. Peter is also a keen birder who will wait it out to find the perfect sighting for his guests.
Humphrey Antony Mrosso
Humphrey was born in Arusha and has been guiding for more than 7 years. He is a keen birder and specialises in photographic guiding. In addition to being certified in Wildlife and Tourism Management, Humphrey also completed guiding programs under Singita and &Beyond. His favourite animal is the leopard for its elusiveness and the thrill of searching for it on a game drive.
Adamson Charles Munisi
Adamson has nine years of experience in guiding in East Africa and his passion for wildlife started at a young age. His expertise are birding and he believes that game drives entails one to be open-minded about what you are going to see. His favourite national park is the Serengeti as he loves the thrill of tracking the wildebeest migration with his guests.
Godson prides himself in guiding with responsibility, integrity and objectivity. With his experience as a walking guide for 5 years and a safari guide for 3 years, he is able to share his passion and knowledge with his guests. In addition to being a certified Lead Walking Guide he also has a qualification in Astronomy and Advanced Rifle Handling. His favourite park is Tarangire National Park for its birds (over 500 species) and the abundant number of big cats.