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The sun sets over Ngorongoro Crater

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Tanzania on Canvas

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Bryan, Thomson Safaris' staffer, in Tanzania
March 5, 2012

Visiting Ruaha National Park

An experience beyond words for Bryan

The only way to explain Ruaha National Park is by recounting my first morning game drive from Mwagusi where we saw cheetahs cubs learning to hunt. We watched as the mother taught her cubs how to run, chase…

February 2, 2012

Hot-Air Ballooning Over The Serengeti: Video from Thomson Guest

Our guest, Casey Kenaston, shared a video montage with us documenting his entire balloon ride over the Serengeti, beginning with balloon inflation and take-off and concluding with the champagne toast and the…

January 18, 2012

Fulfilling Life-Long Dreams

Andrew on his Safari in Tanzania & Gorilla Trek in Rwanda

Last month, I went back to northern Tanzania to revisit Tarangire, Ngorongoro and the Serengeti for another trip of a lifetime with Thomson Safaris. Then I headed to Rwanda to trek with Mountain Gorillas in…

January 2, 2012

30th Anniversary Celebrations Continue in Tanzania

The Thomson Safaris’ Arusha staff gathered for a second 30th anniversary celebration in Tanzania. It was a day filled with dancing, sport tournaments, food and merriment.

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December 9, 2011

Tanzania Celebrates 50 Years of Independence

Many independence celebrations are planned throughout the country including a 4-day weekend festival and a large celebration at the National Stadium in Dar es Salaam. Additionally, 200 climbers from around the…

December 7, 2011

FoTZC Completes Kitchen at Robanda Primary School

Focus on Tanzanian Communities (FoTZC), our non-profit arm specializing in community-based projects, recently completed the construction of a kitchen with high-efficiency stoves at Robanda Primary School,…

November 21, 2011

Can Wildlife and People Live in Harmony?

Watch this video to hear Dr. Laly Lichtenfeld’s talk about “Living Walls,” the innovative fencing enclosure developed to protect both lion populations and Maasai livestock. Her on-ground, non-profit…

September 15, 2011

From the Field: Leopard with its Kill

Thomson Safaris guest took this video footage at close-range of Tanzania’s most elusive cat – the leopard – with its kill while on safari in Serengeti National Park.

September 14, 2011

New Thomson Catalog!

The Thomson Safaris catalog with new safari and Kilimanjaro departures was released today!

September 6, 2011

Google’s Tribute to Freddie Mercury

In honor of Freddie Mercury’s 65th birthday, today’s Google doodle has pulled out all the stops with an animated tribute to the late rock legend. What does this have to do with Tanzania? He was born…

August 23, 2011

Migration Update: August 2011

Professional photographer and trip leader, Randy Hanna, witnessed the great wildebeest migration as they crossed the Mara River during his Thomson Safari in the northern Serengeti region.

July 14, 2011

Witnessing a Maasai Ceremony

An excerpt from Emily’s safari journal

We were welcomed into the Maasai ceremony as part of the community. This is the “karibu spirit” that Tanzanians embody, regardless of tribe. This is the reason I love returning to Tanzania year after year.

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