The name Maasai Wanderings was inspired after its owners, Nas Mfinga and Donna Duggan, trekked through the Ngorongoro Highlands in Tanzania in 2004. They started their own Destination Management Company (DMC), Maasai Wanderings, and so began an exclusive passage into Africa for travellers.
Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Zambia,
Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa
Our team has been meticulously chosen for their individual skill and personality, enabling Maasai Wanderings to continue as an intimate safari and Destination Management Company. Our aim is to be the premier partner of choice in Tanzania tour operations and accommodation, by providing the most authentically efficient, luxurious and reliable safari package service on the contemporary market.
What sets our journey apart for you is our passion and attention to detail. We have customised excursions that allow you to see the Africa we know and love through your eyes and create unique memories. From Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia, Zambia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Namibia to South Africa, we offer authentic, luxury travel.
We believe in 'paying it forward' so while offering stylish, elegant safari adventures, we utilise profits to maintain our own community projects in Tanzania. Premium quality service within Tanzanian Tourism is the supreme core value of Maasai Wanderings. Maasai Wanderings boasts some of the most highly regarded guides throughout Tanzania - revered for their passion, enthusiasm and effervescence with clients. They are fluent in English, French, Spanish and Swahili.
Whether it's a Safari Prestige trip, Gorilla Tracking, summiting the highest mountain in Africa or experiencing over two million migrating wildebeest, zebras and gazelles as they move through the Serengeti and Maasai Mara, we make sure the experience is unmatched. Our team's experience, understanding of wildlife behaviour, practical local knowledge of culture and history and dedication to each individual adventure combine to create an exclusive and truly African experience...