About Us

Apart from going on safari with guests, we’re very much involved in developing our region. As such Endallah Cultural tours has been supporting several local development projects: the construction of a secondary school and kindergarten, the installation of water pumps, school renovation and school books, ... Nowadays Endallah Cultural Tours is a partner of Misingi (www.misingi.be), a Belgian ngo that realises projects in Endallah and Engare Sero. John Mahu, the founder and owner of Endallah Cultural Tours, is a member of the local Misingi comittee and has also participated in all the former projects.

The guests are free to check out on the spot to see how the money is spent. People who are sponsoring a student through Misingi can meet 'their' student in Endallah to check out how he's doing. Travellers who want to support the local community are encouraged to do so through Misingi.

 

 

All of our guides are born in Endallah or surroundings and grew up in one of the wildest area's in the country. They know the region better than anyone else and will use their many contacts to make your trip special.

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All our tours are private. This means that it's only you (and your fellow travellers) we're going on tour with. This way you're organizing your safari as you and your friends or family want it and at your speed.

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Although we do operate traditional safari’s too, our main goal is to show you more than only the parks. Therefore all of our three longer tours pass through Endallah, an authentic Tanzanian village (Iraqw tribe) surrounded by some of the most beautiful wild parks of Africa.

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We generally stay in local but comfortable guesthouses, in the family house in Endallah or in the guestrooms that are offered by Mission post and in little tents during the safari days. But or those who'd like to have some more luxury, we'll gladly upgrade their accomodation.

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