We are not travel agents. When you call a travel company that books safaris – even one located in Africa – you will talk to an agent who may have been on one, two or even a dozen safaris, and who relies on pre-written itineraries and promotional materials from various lodges. We are experienced safari guides, with actual first-hand experience guiding and caring for clients on hundreds of safaris. When you plan a safari with Safari Guides Experts, you are working with someone who knows safaris, knows the territory, and truly understands the clients’ expectations, needs and interests. That’s why we are called Safari Guide Experts.
Having been a career safari guide for years Iddi has adapted himself to team SGE-5. Assadi has always had his heart set on being the best companion he can while on safari. Assadi spent several seasons on bush training about animal behavior and on improving guests’ experience, and he passed his rifle handling training to ensure safety on walking safaris. With a brilliant wit and dry sense of humour, he entertains guests out in the bush with his knowledge and lightness of heart and undeniable passion.
Henry started his safari guiding career in 2004 and has a depth of experience that he brings to his clients. He is outgoing and loves interacting with people and accepting the challenge of seeing to it that their holiday is a success. He takes pride in a job well done. Prior to guiding, Henry was an instructor of ecological conservation at Royal College. Henry considers it a privileged to engage in a profession that shares the unlimited wonders that Tanzania has to offer with guests.
Born and brought up in East Africa, Peter started his journey as a wildlife biologists. Having completed training in the rifle handling course, he started working in ecological conservation, which eventually brought him to realise his passion of becoming safari guide. After completing his guide training at one of East African leading institutions, he took every opportunity available to learn from nature, which he calls “Bush University”. He is passionate about his career, ecological conservation, and sharing wildlife with others.
Born and raised at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro, surrounded by nature, how could he not become enthralled by wildlife and what it had to offer? Azizi has a genuine love for nature and steadfast passion to conserve it. As a child of Mount Kilimanjaro, he followed in the family tradition to become a guide to help share and conserve the nature around him. Being smart and gregarious, he loves meeting new people and making new friends along the climb. There is no better place for Azizi to be than on Kilimanjaro trekking interpreting the magic of the Mother Nature.
Malya was enthralled with his first trip on safari, as it was a dream come true, so his professional imperative is to be sure that his clients reach their safari dreams too. He truly loves his work. Mallya is guided by a desire to provide space for his clients to feel, touch and breathe nature. He has honed his expertise in the bush for over seventeen years, and is one of the more experienced guides on the team.