Exploring new lands just never get’s old!

It’s not very often these days that you get to explore some total wilderness outside of a National Park so we got pretty excited when we heard that Darakuta, a large cattle ranch in the Rift Valley had become a conservation area. Not quite sure what to expect we headed down for the weekend to … Continued

Pembezoni Camp Open in the Low Season!

African Environments is excited to announce that we are taking bookings for our Serengeti-based, Pembezoni Camp throughout October, November and early December of 2017. Interest in our new walking offering direct from camp has given us a chance to open this to our partners throughout the season. Set just inside the Serengeti National Park Wilderness … Continued

African Environments joins forces in Serengeti De-snaring Project

African Environments is pleased to announce its involvement in a new anti-poaching initiative in conjunction with Tanzania National Parks and Frankfurt Zoological Society within the Serengeti National Park. For every client staying in our Pembezoni Camp African Environments will donate to the Serengeti De-snaring Program. Stakeholder funds have already set up two teams, made up … Continued

A weekend walking trip to Arusha National Park

Such a treat Arusha National Park is! With it so close to town I had almost forgotten what a gem it is. We have Kim – a friend from the film industry in the USA – staying and haven’t been to our Itikoni Camp for a while so thought we would go and spend the … Continued

Keeping Kili’s Crater Camp Clean!

As one of the original companies using and specializing in the Western Breach approach and overnight at Crater Camp on Kilimanjaro we are passionate about continuing to offer the Crater experience on our itineraries. In fact, consistently our trekkers rave about the chance to sleep in the 18,500 ft crater, often being a highlight of the … Continued

African Environments hosts First Aid training

Every year African Environments hosts a series of wilderness first aid courses at our compound in Arusha. We partner with Sentinel Outdoor Institute, a US based specialist training and guiding organization made up of highly dedicated and experienced instructors. African Environments was the first Tanzanian tour operator to adopt the internationally recognized Wilderness First Responder … Continued

Birding and Medicinal Mutton Soup

Last week African Environments mountain and safari guides, along with Director Wesley took part in a two day training with bird and reptile expert, Peter Oliver. This training is part of a schedule of training African Environments offers to staff across all parts of the business twice yearly. This low season staff have taken part … Continued