General Manager - East Africa
I was born in Ghana, West Africa, before moving to the UK for my education. I moved to Tanzania in February 1999 to work for one of the larger safari companies here, reaching the position of General Manager. In September 2007 I joined Albatros Travel as the East Africa General Manager and have enjoyed the more personalised service that we give to each client that travels with us.
Tanzania really is a land of extremes, with Africa’s highest mountain, its deepest lake, its largest lake, the largest game reserve in the world and the largest mammal migration – all in one country that gives 25% of its land mass to conservation. There really is so much on offer in terms wildlife viewing, adventure safari, exotic beaches. However for those that can, I think a trip to Katavi, a true wilderness area and Mahale, for the amazing experience of being in the presence of Chimpanzees, is one of the most special experiences in Tanzania.
For the more energetic I really think a trek up Mount Kilimanjaro is an experience of a lifetime. It is an incredibly scenic climb taking you through five distinct ecological zones and there is nothing more rewarding than reaching the roof of Africa!