|   A Safari Category List, Safari

Migration Update: August 2011

Professional photographer and trip leader, Randy Hanna, witnessed a great showing of the wildebeest migration crossing the Mar...

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Witnessing a Maasai Ceremony

Like many first time travelers, I was initially drawn to Tanzania because of its phenomenal wildlife populations. You often he...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Thomson Safaris’ Head Guides Are Superstars!

Thomson guides are leaders, experts, naturalists, researchers, and more. Born and bred in Tanzania, there are no better ambassa...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

Mountain Gorilla Twins Born in Rwanda

3-day old gorilla twins, photographed by Thomson Safaris guests, Deborah, Stephen and Rebekah. On May 27th, a mountain gorilla ...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Andy Biggs on the TODAY Show

Andy Biggs, our professional photography trip leader, is making the rounds! He was back in New York City this morning for a fea...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Thomson Celebrates 30 Years in Tanzania!

Our 30th year in Tanzania was officially kicked off at a gala event and silent art auction last week. With over 300 Thomson Saf...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Live! From New York…?

Each spring, Rick and Judi treat four members of our Arusha, Tanzania staff to an all-expense paid, two-week trip to the United...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

See “African Cats” and Help Save the Savanna

Have you seen Disneynature’s African Cats yet?  Keith Scholey and Alastair Fothergill, director of the remarkable documentary E...

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Have Hula Hoop, Will Travel

He’s baaack! Our favorite 15-time past guest and hula hooping aficionado, Michael Ellis, graces the pages of our blog once agai...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

Migration Update

Professional photographer, Andy Biggs, just returned from leading two back-to-back Photography Safaris  in Tanzania. He searche...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Guide Willie Kissanga Retires

With his signature smile, bountifulknowledge, patience and masterful leadership, head guide Willie Kissanga, has led thousands ...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Tanzania is the Best Country in Africa!

Last week, Judi attended the annual Educational Travel Conference (ETC) where she was chairing the Responsible Tourism Committ...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Wild Dog Sighting in the Serengeti

Bryan, from our U.S. sales team, just returned from Tanzania with lots of great stories, gorgeous photos and some really impre...

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  |   A Safari Category List, Safari

Best Present Ever

Jane’s grandchildren are always excited to learn about her extensive travels around the globe. They keep track of her journeys ...

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Nature is Unpredictable

If you’ve ever watched African wildlife documentaries, you’ve probably seen the incredible work of conservationists and Emmy aw...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Celebrating Environmental Initiatives

Environmental responsibility is important to us here at Thomson. You probably already know our safari camps in Tanzania operate...

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Human and Elephant Bond

Elephants are considered to be one of the most complex mammals on the planet, exhibiting more similarities to humans than you m...

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  |   A Safari Category List, About/By Thomson Staff

Even the Experts Never Tire of Learning

Thomson guides and mentors attended a leadership seminar last week at our Arusha headquarters. Attending frequent seminars, lik...

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Aren’t All Rhinos Grey?

Don’t let the name fool you, rhinos are grey in color, not black or white as their names suggest. Both species are found in sub...

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Great Migrations on Nat Geo Channel

Did you catch the National Geographic Channel’s series premiere, Great Migrations, last night? As you might guess, the wildebee...

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