By Ryan Weakley – Group Chef Trainer Planning a trip abroad is always an exhilarating and exciting experience, with the chance of trying out new and intriguing flavors from a foreign land. If you’re traveling with special eating requirements, there may be a bit of added stress when it comes to trying out new cuisines. You can be assured that every Asilia meal is prepared with the greatest care, and when it comes to special requirements, we’re able to cater to most dietary needs. Food allergies or intolerances, specific dietary observances, or even if you’re a self-proclaimed picky eater – we’ll ensure your needs are met so you can focus on having the best time on safari.
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By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant Planning a romantic getaway with your loved one is an exciting event; picking out the most serene settings and choosing from various exquisite accommodations can be both exciting and overwhelming. Let us show you how to do romance the Asilia way.
By Epimark Lastone – Tanzanian Positive Impact Co-ordinator In this blog post, Epimark Lastone, our Tanzanian Positive Impact Co-ordinator provides more insight into our vegetable gardens in the Northern Serengeti and Rubondo Island.
By Zintle Tsholoba – Discover Africa Group Here are 10 things you may or may not have known about this iconic piece of the African legacy.
By Warren Glam – Content Writer Rain makes East Africa a land of plenty, where grazing is good and predators have meat to ease their hunger. When the rains dry up, fearful and fierce alike must scrap to survive the stricken landscape. All told, the passage of life is as cruel as it is beautiful. What you experience on safari depends on when you enter the flow. Here’s a breakdown of the region’s ancient rhythms, and what you may see every month.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager It is now easier than ever before to fly to Rubondo Island Camp. There are multiple locations within the Serengeti which have direct flights to Rubondo Island and what makes this even better is the fact that these flights are as short as 40 minutes in total. Now there is absolutely no excuse to not visit the island if you’re already in the Serengeti!
By HerdTracker The Tarangire National Park may only be Tanzania’s sixth largest park, but for what it lacks in size, it makes up in elephant migrations, excellent bird-watching opportunities and an authentic safari experience. Home to our Oliver’s Camp & Little Oliver’s – we’d love to share the magic with you! Here are 13 reasons why you should explore the Tarangire National Park.
By Stuart Butler It was all coming down to this. For more than a month I have been sitting in on an Asilia Africa wildlife guide training camp in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park. I’d learnt how to track elephants and big cats, I’d found out how to tell the difference between a shrike and a go-away bird, I’d discovered unlikely facts about a buffalos digestive system and, perhaps most importantly, I’d learnt how to mix the perfect gin and tonic. But now, on my final day in Tanzania, it was time to put it all to the test. Asilia Africa’s top two wildlife guides, Pietro Lurashchi and Lorenzo Rossi, had prepared an exam for all the participating guides and theyRead More