We fight to run our business along ethical lines. By partnering with a wide range of locals, we seek to maximise the positive benefits received by local communities.
We also work with local partners involved in sustainable, responsible and united tourism. For safaris and tours on the mainland, our main partners are the Tumbili association and the local operator Osiwoo Safari. These two agencies are involved body and soul in social projects and support local associations that try to support the living conditions of women farmers, street children of Moshi and forgotten Maasai villages. Together we are committed to creating unforgettable experiences, unique encounters and making your Tanzanian trip a dream while ensuring that your trail is not a nightmare for your hosts.
Tumbili Voyage & Safari is an association founded by Stephanie who organizes solidarity trips in order to accompany and support social projects carried out by local communities. Recently, the association, made up of 100% passionate and committed volunteers, decided to get even more involved through a project called: street-connected children in Moshi. Tumbili wants to enable the children living in the street in Moshi to re-socialize by providing them with daily lunch, a place to sleep, schooling, and English classes. The children can come to a socio-cultural center located in Moshi that Tumbili has built.
Osiwoo Safaris is a local agency created by Stanley, who was before porter on Kilimanjaro. The agency works hand in hand with Tumbili and AMO Zanzibar Tours & Safari to create unique and ethical safaris stays! His field expertise is essential to us and his commitment is undeniable
“We aim to offer thoughtful and therefore responsible tourism, which provides our guests with an authentic insight into the Swahili coast territory and urban country, while minimizing the negative aspects of tourism in terms of environmental and social degradation. Through our sustainability policy, we are raising awareness among our partners and clients of the need to preserve traditions, cultural and natural resources through sustainable trade.”