About Olsero Expedition

From the Founder/Director/Guide, Faraja Meliari

As I look ahead, I am excited about the progress of tourism in Tanzania and the future for Olsero Expedition Trekking & Safaris. The facilities available to our visitors to Tanzania continue to improve. With this, we are able to provide a better African Experience. As a native Tanzanian, I am committed to promote Tanzania as one of the world’s leading tourist destinations. As the Managing Director of Olsero Expedition Trekking & Safaris, I am also committed to making sure that every safari and mountain trekking participant has an outstanding trip with Olsero Expedition Trekking & Safaris.

Olsero Expedition is especially proud of the repeat business it has garnered over the years. The director and primary manager, maintains associations with many previous clients who have reveled in their safari experiences, remain in contact and return yet again for even more African adventures. Our holidays are mainly tailor made and we currently cover in Tanzania and we really do know the places that we sell.

About Olsero Expedition

Olsero Expedition is an independent specialist travel company. Olsero Expedition’s proprietors and guides have been active in the tour industry in East Africa for more than 10 years and are experts in the field. They are backed by a small, committed team of travel professionals who really do have a passion for what they are doing.

From the very beginning, the company’s central tenet was to offer safaris which were inspiring to travelers, but also brought benefits to the local people, wildlife and environment of the destination. Olsero Expedition has a focus on the local people, who, at the time the company began, tended not be getting a fair deal in the world of tourism. We wanted to change this, as we believe that local people should benefit from tourism and from their own natural resources. Without involving local people, good quality tourism is not sustainable. If local people can not benefit from their own natural resources, such as national parks, why should they protect them?

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