With careers in African ecotourism, we passionately explore Mama Africa in between projects with our trusty old Land Rover and experienced first-hand the immense pressure our wilderness areas are under and therefore strongly promote ecotourism, because ecotourism will take care of conservation as long as the balance is respected. Achieving that balance is an art and our passion!
Safari guides - Behind the scenes! (Part 3)
This is the last of our three part stories from the safari guides around the restaurant table at Jongomero Camp in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania at the end of the safari season. This episode the back of house staff join us and share some of their stories of a "normal" workday in a safari camp...
Safari guides - Animal intelligence and human behaviour (Part 2)
We continue our discussion with the safari guides around the restaurant table at Jongomero Camp in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania at the end of the safari season. So let's discuss animal intelligence and some interesting human behaviour on safari.
Safari guides - Sharing stories at the end of the safari season in Jongomero Camp (Part 1)
The rainy season have arrived in the East African wilderness and at the end of another great safari season in Ruaha National Park, Tanzania, the safari guides gather in Jongomero Camp's dining area overlooking the now strong flowing Jongomero River to reflect on some of their experiences of the last 10 months, may it be new species, stunning sightings or some curious observations of animal and sometimes human behaviour...
Bush breakfast in Ruaha, Tanzania
Early morning bush breakfast in Ruaha National Park on the bank of the great Ruaha River, with the safari crew of Jongomero Camp.