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Taking time to smell the roses on Mount Kilimanjaro

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Tanzania on Canvas

Learn about the life and art of Peter Ray Mwasha

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The Big Five

Find out how Africa's fiercest predators made the cut

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Meet Your Guides

Read our interview with superstar guide, Kumbi Salim

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March 31, 2011

Have Hula Hoop, Will Travel

The video below features his latest traveling hula hoop adventure at a primary school in Arusha, Tanzania. Be sure to watch the impressive hula hooping techniques of the school children!

March 21, 2011

Migration Update

On Feb 24, we saw a nice congregation of wildebeest and zebra in and around the Gol Kopjes on the southeastern short grass plains, and when I returned to the area on March 5 the migration had moved mostly into…

March 13, 2011

Guide Willie Kissanga Retires

Head guide Willie Kissanga has led thousands of happy Thomson Safaris guests through Tanzania over the past 20+ years. Willie’s dedication and longevity with Thomson Safaris was celebrated at a recent…

March 3, 2011

Tanzania is the Best Country in Africa!

Thomson Safaris’ owner, Judi Wineland, met Peter Matthiessen, award-winning author of ‘The Tree Where Man Was Born,’ ‘The Snow Leopard,’ and ‘Shadow Country.’

February 24, 2011

Wild Dog Sighting in the Serengeti

Along with guests on our Signature Thomson Safari, Bryan was extremely lucky to spot a pack of wild dogs not far from their camp in the Serengeti.

Best Present Ever
February 18, 2011

Best Present Ever

Jane surprises her grandchildren with a safari!

Watch some very excited grandchildren as their grandmother surprises them with a trip to Tanzania with Thomson Safaris.

Jouberts give TED TALK on big cats
February 3, 2011

Nature is Unpredictable

You’ve probably seen the incredible work of conservationists and Emmy award winners, Beverly and Dereck Joubert. In December, the Jouberts spoke at the TED conference in Washington, DC about their adventures…

January 24, 2011

Celebrating Environmental Initiatives

Environmental responsibility is important to us here at Thomson. You probably already know our safari camps in Tanzania operate with low impact to the environment – even our office in Boston is powered by…

January 5, 2011

Human and Elephant Bond

Elephants are considered to be one of the most complex mammals on the planet, exhibiting more similarities to humans than you might think. View the documentary trailer, The Last Stand of the African Elephant,…

December 15, 2010

Even the Experts Never Tire of Learning

Our guides stay on top of their game by frequently taking advantage of seminars. Thomson guides and mentors are pictured attending a leadership seminar at the Arusha headquarters.

November 19, 2010

Aren’t All Rhinos Grey?

The difference between white and black rhinos

Don’t let the name fool you, rhinos are grey in color, not black or white as their names suggest. Both species are found in sub-Saharan Africa and look similar to one another, but the major difference is the…

November 8, 2010

Great Migrations on Nat Geo Channel

The wildebeest migration through Tanzania was featured in the first episode of Nat Geo Channel’s series “Great Migrations.” Watch the video clip below shot in the southern Serengeti during the wildebeest…

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