Wildness Safari has first hand knowledge and experience to Tanzanian Safari.
Wildness Safari follows sustainable tourism principles by implementing guidelines and code of conducts of do’s and don’ts.
Wildness Safari have specialized and have experience in Southern and Eastern circuit destination and Mafia and Kilwa destination, which has less number of tourist compared to Northern circuit and Zanzibar. Also we do Northern Circuit as we have office in Arusha.
Wildness Safari offers personalized service as we take limited number of clients per group and per vehicle.
Wildness Safari offers tailor made packages according to clients taste.
Wildness Safari additionally offer Medical evacuation insurance as they evacuate any serious medical emergencies at any point.
Wildness Safari works 24 hours a day, a 365 days per year for any emergency assistance.
Wildness Safari considers health, safety, comfortness and enjoyment to clients.
Wildness Safari delivers what promised.
Wildness Safari undertakes full responsibility of tourist from their arrival till their departure.
Wildness Safari uses local trained English guide who have hand knowledge and experience with destination.
Wildness Safari provides bilingual guide if required (subject to availability) – French, Italian, Spanish.
Wildness Safari guides are equipped with communication equipment and also guides are in constant contact with office as they have to update on daily basis.
Wildness Safari provides community based tourism packages with combination of wildlife safari, beach holiday, Mount hiking, walking safari, boat safari, canoeing, horse riding, fishing, nature walk, cultural experience, home stay, local food in sustainable manner.
Wildness Safari uses custom made serviced and well maintained open roofed 4*4 vehicles, where drivers are cum guides.
Wildness Safari vehicles are supplied with first Aid box for any basic emergency.
Wildness Safari agreed goals in Responsible tourism are:
Stamp out extreme poverty through fair business.
Actively pursue economic viability, local ownership and autonomy.
A quality service, professionally offered with high regard for safety and visitor well-being.
Ensure fair employment conditions in line with existing labour laws.
Enforce the UNESCO Bill of Human Rights.
Use local producers, guides, suppliers of service and work force.
Minimize social impact of large groups.
Eliminate child labour.
The integrity and authenticity of local culture and community based tourism experience.
Safeguard the environment, which includes management of waste and its intrinsic health issues to waste.
Encourage production of produce at local level.
Discourage sex tourism.