In today’s world there are safaris and there are “Safaris.” And a few people still want the latter, not just in the sense of how they used to be but how they should be.
It goes without saying that the camps provide fine cuisine, classic tents, very personalized attention but, regular guests return because they want what has become Francesco Pierre-Nina’s Trademark: Tanzania in the raw, a Safari experience that you will never ever forget.
“Safari” comes from the Arabic word for “Journey.”
In Kiswahili, it may also mean an expedition, a caravan or even a day dream.
And, there are few dreams that compare to those when a safari sets off – there is something of the nomad left in us all. And there is nothing like a safari to reawaken our deep-seated desire to travel.