By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Our Twende Porini programme welcomes children from local communities to experience what a safari is all about and learn about the importance of protecting our wildlife and conserving the areas that we call home.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Throughout the year we bring children from local communities to our camps for a 5-day educational programme. Known as Twende Porini, meaning “let’s got to the bush”, the programme teaches these children about conservation and wildlife in fun and interesting ways while treating the kids to a safari experience, too!
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Relics of Namiri Plains Later this year, Namiri Plains will be relaunching. The brand new camp is situated in the semi-arid and remote eastern Serengeti, set along the Ngare Nanyuki River – an area that offers an uncrowded experience.
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 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.
Meet The Team: Dulla Fardy – Guide at Kwihala Camp
Meet the Team: Epimark Lastone – Positive Impact Coordinator
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.
Meet The Team: Amos Bhuru Rhobi It’s an unfortunate fact of life that many East African communities have poachers living within them who feel that this is the only way they are going to be able to afford a decent life for themselves and their families. We as Asilia do all we can to uplift, empower, and educate the people from our surrounding communities and provide them with an opportunity to leave the life of poaching behind. This is the story of Amos Buhuru Rhobi – an ex-poacher who is now apart of the Asilia family!
Meet the Team: Ezina Magwaro – Assistant Camp Manager