A Tanzanian adventure comes with built-in peace of mind. That’s because the country has such a longstanding reputation of political stability that it’s earned the nickname “Africa’s Switzerland.”
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Rebecca, who has been with Thomson Safaris for the last eight years, is head chef in the Tarangire camp. Her homestyle cooking has guests raving in the dining tent, and even asking for recipes so they can take a taste of Tanzania home with them.
This soup is a guest favorite at Nyumba camps. Our safari chefs prepare the soup from scratch, and it’s simple enough to recreate at home. Perfect on a cool fall or winter night, we hope the aroma will bring back warm memories of your Tanzania safari.
Focus on Tanzanian Communities (FoTZC), Thomson Safaris’ sister non-profit, worked directly with the community elders and district government to help establish a medical dispensary in the rural village, which opened its doors this summer.
Smiling faces all around for three generations on a family safari How will you spend family time together this year? Will it be hurried and frantic in between soccer practice and work deadlines, or will it be an enriching, storied experience to be recounted for generations? A family safari provides just the right environment for […]