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About Africa Natural Tours
Our Vision
To become the most Africans’ tour and Safari Company which provides a most satisfactory time, form and place utility to guests
Our Mission
To provide the most adventure experiences at affordable prices while ensuring we leave a positive mark on the local community and environment.
Our Core Value
Satisfying our guests and limiting the negative influences on social/economic aspects, and environmental issues as much as possible.
We are an organization as a company named Africa Natural Tours located in Moshi -Kilimanjaro region, Tanzania. Africa Natural Tours Company has is a family business, and like most small businesses has a fine reputation for personalized service. We are a local, family owned tour operator specializing in adventure travel in Tanzania. We have invested substantially to maintain the efficiency and the personalized service that has been our foundation and is now the Africa natural Tours Company. We focused our attention on training and upgrading the personnel and modernizing our workshop facilities, increasing the quantity and quality of our necessary equipment for smooth communication with the outside world and linking our operations countrywide. We will help fellow all of our travelers to experience some of the most amazing places and cultures in Tanzania. We believe travelers will deserve a company that shares their passion for adventure. We hope that this will be the start of a very exciting journey for you and we welcome you to discover Tanzania with us.
Africa Natural Tours has an independent tour operator found in Moshi, Kilimanjaro. At Africa Natural Tours we pride ourselves in offering you a personal service that helps you to realize your goal. We work closely with you to design your holiday according to your wish list, whilst considering time and budget. Our dedicated team of professionals strives to provide you with an unforgettable experience. Each and every one of them is an expert in this trade and has extensive knowledge of mountain trekking and a passion for Tanzania’s wildlife.
All of our mountain guides are highly skilled and fully licensed members of KGA (Kilimanjaro Guides Association). We provide them with essential training that not only ensures a successful trek but also provides them with future career progression.
Our safari guides are expert’s wildlife and their habitats are contagious. They will share their in-depth knowledge of the different species of animals, the surrounding flora and fauna and give you an insight into Tanzania’s geological history. Our mountain and safari cooks prepare delicious meals made from local produce. They know just what you need to keep your energy levels up when trekking and provide dishes that add something
special to every safari. Our team is here to ensure you enjoy every minute of your time in Tanzania.
Our dedicated team of professionals has one goal, to provide the best and most memorable Tanzanian experience for you! Our staff takes the upmost care in arranging your tours and ensuring everything goes as planned. We pride ourselves in customer care and attention to detail. Our team has a wealth of local knowledge of the land, culture and the biodiversity of Tanzania they are willing to share with you.
With best regard,
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About Zanzibar
Explore the islands with us and discover the evocative heritage of Shirazi and Omani sultans, slave traders and spice merchants! Learn about the fascinating culture of the Zanzibaris, swim in the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, and relax on the white sandy beaches beneath palm trees swaying in the gentle breeze! Zanzibar is mysterious, romantic and intriguing.Once it was one of Africa's most prosperous countries, due to its position on the ancient trade routes between the countries along the Indian Ocean and the African interior. Spices, ivory, slaves and minerals were among the treasured goods that were traded in Zanzibar for centuries. Immigrants from Arabia, India, Persia and China came to settle on the islands and mixed with the local Bantu people to create the distinctive Swahili society and culture. Later, European colonial powers left their mark, too: the Portuguese during the 16th and 17th century, before they were ousted by the Omani Arabs, who maintained power until the revolution in 1964, and the British, who took it as a protectorate following the Helgoland-Zanzibar Treaty in 1891.Now no longer very prosperous in the fiscal sense, the islands still have a wealth of culture and many historical monuments which commemorate the African, British and particularly Arab influences - sultan's palaces, cathedrals, mosques, Hindu temples, fortresses and old colonial houses.
Location
Zanzibar is an island partner in the United Republic of Tanzania. It is located in the Indian Ocean about 35 km off the coast of mainland Tanzania at Longitude 39° East and Latitude 6° South of the equator. It is an archipelago of around 50 islands, of which Unguja (Zanzibar) and Pemba are the largest. The highest point is 130 m above sea level.
Climate
Zanzibar experiences ideal holiday weather for most of the year. The heat of summer is often tempered by pleasant sea breezes. Being near the equator, the islands are warm all year round, with December to March being the hottest and June to September the coolest time.Zanzibar is blessed with an average of 7-8 hours of sunshine daily.
The long rains are during April and May, although it doesn't usually rain every day.
The short rains fall in October/November, the showers are mostly short and intermittent
Population
Zanzibar's total population is 1,300,000, with approximately 900,000 living on Unguja (Zanzibar Island) and 400,000 on Pemba. Mafia Island with its 41,000 inhabitants geographically belongs to the Zanzibar archipelago, but is administered by mainland Tanzania. The smaller islands are only sparsely populated or uninhabited.
Religion
More than 90% of the local population are Muslims; the remainder are Hindu or Christian and some with traditional beliefs. As well as close to 70 mosques, Stone Town features an Anglican and a Catholic Cathedral and several Hindu Temples. Religious tolerance has a long and deeply rooted tradition on the island; Sultan Barghash even donated the church bell for the Anglican Cathedral!
Language
The main language is Kiswahili. Even if you only use a few words while you are in Zanzibar, you will make many friends. English is widely spoken and many people also speak Arabic. Other European languages such as Italian and French are known by some local people, especially around the tourist areas.
Visa
Visa are required for all visitors. Please check with any Tanzanian High Commission or Consulate.
Tanzanian Embassies worldwide.
Health
The standard of health care varies widely on the islands. There are some good doctors and private clinics, most of them in Zanzibar Town. There are also some well-stocked pharmacies, but if you need special medication, it is strongly recommended you bring a sufficient supply from home.
Malaria has decreased significantly over the past years in Zanzibar, but is still present. A yellow fever vaccination is required for visitors arriving from a yellow fever area. For other possible health risks and recommended vaccinations, please consult your doctor before travelling.
Electricity
Power system is 220-240 volts A/C, plugs 13amp, usually square pin. Adapters are available to purchase in Zanzibar. Power cuts are quite frequent, though usually short; it is a good idea to bring a torch.
Driving
To drive a car or motorbike in Zanzibar, an international driving license is required. Alternatively, a temporary exemption certificate can be issued for a fee. Driving is on the left.
Cultural Considerations
Zanzibari people are generally very warm, open and hospitable and appreciate it if you show your respect by adhering to a few simple rules.The population of Zanzibar is predominantly Muslim with a rich Swahili culture. Because of religious and cultural traditions, dress code is important, and men and women should dress appropriately: Try to wear loose-fitting, non-transparent clothes that cover your shoulders and your knees. You will see quite a few tourists who don't seem to care, but Zanzibaris will notice and appreciate it if you do!
Beachwear on the beach is fine, although nude or topless bathing is not tolerated. When in villages or in Stone Town, wearing beach wear would (and does) cause offence. Please ask for permission before taking photographs or filming local people. Do not take photos or film at sensitive government sites including the State House, seaport, airport or military sites. If uncertain, it is always better to ask.The consumption of alcohol is not permissible for Muslims, and many will feel uncomfortable in the company of people who drink. However, it is perfectly ok to drink alcohol in bars and in many (though not all) hotels and restaurants. Public displays of affection such as kissing are not customary and considered offensive, unless behind closed doors. Please do not enter private courtyards and houses unless you are invited in. Mosques are places of worship, and generally entry is not permitted for non-Muslims. When offering or accepting things, try and remember to offer and receive with your right hand.
Safety
Tanzania and especially Zanzibar are generally quite safe, but there have been some incidents of muggings and bag-snatching, particularly in tourist areas at night. It's best to leave your valuables in the hotel safe.
What to pack
It never gets really cold in Tanzania, so lightweight clothing that covers your shoulders and knees is the best choice. Bring a warm sweater, too; during the European summer months it can get chilly in the early mornings and at night, especially in Northern Tanzania, but even on Zanzibar's beaches On safari, muted coloured clothes are best, so as not to alarm the animals. Another aspect to consider is that mosquitos are more attracted to dark colours.
You will need a pair of sensible shoes if you intend to walk in the bush; otherwise, sandals are fine. Consider bringing bathing shoes; there are some sharp corals and sea urchins on the beach.
Wear a hat to avoid sunstroke and don't forget sunglasses, sun cream and mosquito repellent. For safaris or bird watching, binoculars are highly recommended.
If you need special medication, bring enough to cover your stay, and if you need prescription glasses, bring an extra pair in case of loss or breakage. A small selection of film, batteries, memory cards and USB-sticks is usually available, but it's better to bring your own equipment.





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