Press & News
Karibu Adventure is a Nationally Certified Class A local Tanzanian agency in the Tourism industry .This has earned us the reputation of being one of the best tour operators in Tanzania, providing exceptional value with the utmost reliability.
Additionally, our clients have been featured everywhere – magazines, television, newspapers, books and movies – and have included everyone – children, seniors, those with disabilities, charity climbers, celebrities, film makers, senators, ambassadors, authors and journalists.
Kindly if your story is reported, please let us know! We love seeing our clients in the media!
Celebration Songs on Mount Kilimanjaro
While climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, you will hear the staff sing songs to celebrate your achievement, where it is arriving at a campsite, reaching the summit, or before you exit the park. Here is the popular song, actually a combination of two songs, that you will most definitely hear, sung in Swahili (English translation in parentheses).
Hon. Lazaro S. Nyalandu, MP, Tanzania’s former Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism meet with Karibu Adventure founder/chef Guide and enjoy our beauty landscape.
Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism of United Republic of Tanzania, is the Ministry responsible for management of Natural, Cultural and Tourism resources. Tanzania has a great potential for natural resources, cultural and tourism attractions. In terms of wildlife, the present…
IDD AMIN SON & NYERERE SON CLIMBED KILIMANJARO
Madaraka Nyerere (right side), who is the former president of the former Tanzania President the late Mwl. Julius Nyerere as well as Jaffar Amini(middle), the former Uganda Iddi Amin in general climbed mount Kilimanjaro, Guide Karibu Adventure founder & Chef Guide (the one stand)
Not the Master Nyerere and Iddi Believers had major political differences that led to the breakdown of the East African community in 1977 and the source of the war in Kagera in 1979.
Two children of former Ugandan and Tanzanian leaders wrote a new history after they met in Butiama village where he was born and buried by President Julius Nyerere and agreed to start a new unity.
The former Israeli Prime Minister visited Serengeti and Ngorongoro
Israel’s former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak (left) told the Deputy Prime Minister of Mauritius and Tourism, Engineer Ramo Makani after meeting at the Old Antique Gorge Museum in Ngorongoro Park on the way to the National Park Serengeti (left) is TANAPA Communications Manager, Pascal Shelutete