• About Kijani
    About Kijani

About Kijani Tours

Wolfgang is a man with an insatiable love for nature and exploration. Growing up in the bustling city, I often found solace in books, immersing myself in the extraordinary stories of renowned adventurers. Deep down, I yearned to experience those tales firsthand. One fateful day, I stumbled upon a experienced travel guru in my neighborhood. Intrigued, I stepped inside and discovered a treasure trove of vintage maps and photographs. The spirit of adventure sparked within me, and I knew I had found my calling. With unwavering determination, I set out to establish my own company that would allow people to explore the wonders of the world. I named it "Kijani Tours," after the Swahili word for "green," symbolizing my commitment to promoting sustainable travel.
I poured my heart and soul into building Kijani Tours. I scoured the globe, meticulously designing unique itineraries that showcased the natural beauty and cultural richness of each destination in Tanzania. From the lush rainforests of Tanzania to the majestic glaciers of Mt. Kilimanjaro, I sought to provide immersive and authentic experiences. But Wolfgang's passion and creativity did not stop there. I understood that true exploration extended beyond sightseeing. Kijani Tours embraced the concept of responsible tourism, partnering with local communities to ensure mutual benefit and preserving the delicate ecosystems they will visit. As Kijani Tours grows, my efforts will be recognized and rewarded. My company will become known for its personalized service, attention to detail, and commitment to sustainable practices. We hope travelers from all corners of the globe will chose Kijani Tours to embark on unforgettable adventures, not just as tourists, but as conscious travelers.
With time, and Wolfgang's vision expanded even further. I have established the Kijani Foundation, dedicated to supporting environmental conservation, community development, and education in the destinations explored by Kijani Tours. My commitment to giving back will become the cornerstone of my legacy. Wolfgang's journey wasn't without challenges. There were moments when I questioned my path, faced with the complexities of running a successful travel business in a rapidly changing world. But my unwavering passion and the belief that travel had the power to transform both individuals and the planet kept me going.
Today, Kijani Tours stands as a testament to my vision. Countless travelers will have had their lives forever changed through expeditions organized by the company. The Kijani Foundation continues to make a positive impact on communities and the environment, leaving a lasting legacy in its wake. Wolfgang's story is a reminder that the pursuit of one's passion, coupled with creativity and a deep-seated sense of responsibility, can lead to something truly remarkable. Through Kijani Tours, I not only share my love for nature and exploration but also inspire a new generation to embrace the world around them with wonder, respect, and a sense of purpose.

Your trip to Tanzania 

Tanzania offers a diverse landscape with emerald plains, mysterious forests, and regal mountains, making it a paradise for nature lovers. The country is home to the Great Migration, a spectacle of thousands of wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles crossing the Serengeti plains and Mara River in search of new pasture. Mount Kilimanjaro National Park, the home of the largest free-standing volcanic mass in the world and the highest mountain in Africa is a superlative natural phenomenon with its snow-capped peak and glaciers. The mountain has five main vegetation zones, including lower slopes, montane forest, heath and moorland, alpine desert, and summit. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and nature showground where wildlife and human beings have coexisted for centuries without conflicts. The Olduvai Gorge in Ngorongoro offers a journey back into the evolution and the Empakaai crater, a multi-volcanic caldera with a beautiful lake. The crater is home to flamingoes and other water birds. Tanzania's vibrant tribal culture, with over 120 different vernaculars, fosters unity and understanding among its people. Swahili, the common language, is a testament to this harmony which has united the country.