Started ZARA Tours in 1987, organizing African safaris and climbs to Mt. Meru and Mt. Kilimanjaro. Today, ZARA tours is Tanzania’s No.1 Kilimanjaro outfitter and one of the biggest safari operators.
She entered the field of hospitality (Tanzania Wildcamps) where currently she operates two hotels, four tented camps and two lodges.
In 2009 through Zara Charity, she initiated a global movement of sustainable tourism and giving back to the vulnerable groups in Tanzania.
Dear valued partners and customers, With 2014 behind us, I sincerely would like to take this opportunity to send out a genuine “Thank You” to all of you. Without you we would not be where we are today, doing what we love “supporting the community and embracing wildlife!” In 2015, we are ready to take on anything and are looking forward to a very prosperous year. We have a solid team in place, a loyal customer base and best partners to help us along the way. This coming year will, again, be all about providing the best service possible and producing the most cost effective results for each one of you our customers and partners.
Zara Tours Team.
Tanzanian Ambassadors Mt. Kilimanjaro challenge 2014 is the first ever event in the History of Tanzania for all Ambassadors to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro as a group. Accompanied by the slogan “Economic Diplomacy at the Summit of Africa”. The event is not only an opportunity for Tanzanian Ambassadors to experience Mt. Kilimanjaro challenge but also an opportunity to promote Tanzania Destination in countries they represent.
December 16, 2014; the expedition under the guidance of the ZARA TANZANIA ADVENTURE (Moshi based company) flag-off ceremony take place at Marangu gate
The Minister of foreign affairs Mr. Bernard Membe graced the ceremony. Accompanied by General secretary for ministry of natural resource and Tourism, Chairman for Tanzania tourist board (TTB), The director of Tourism and Marketing For Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA), Speaking During the Flag-off CEREMONY, The minister announced, “I ask the Expedition to go to Uhuru peak and while up there loudly declare in and beyond “ECONOM…
The Director of Zara Tanzania Adventures receive Prize
(November 25, 2014, at Lake manyara National Park Tanzania) Hon. Lazaro
Nyalandu, Tanzania’s Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism joined by
Mr. James Lembel and Allan Kijazi, Director General, Tanzania National
Parks presented the BestTour Company Annual Awards, Zainab Ansell the Director of Zara Tanzania Adventures & Zara Toursawarded the 3rd Prize in Recognition for its outstanding business contribution (GameSafaris) in Lake Manyara National Park for the Fiscal year 2013 – 2014. Trophy awarded to Zara Tanzania Adventures by Tanzania National Parks
Certificate of appreciation awarded to Zara Tanzania Adventures
Director of Zara Tanzania Adventures receive the certificate AtZara Tourswe are very thankful and appreciative for the recognition, We therefore dedicate the prize to all our clients. Other Prize include: 2014 - Zara's Ikoma Wildcamp awarded Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor. 2014 - Zara's …
We are a registered Non- Governmental organization (Charter # 3959) our mission is to provide shelter, nutrition, safety, healthcare, and a long term education to orphaned at risk children.
It is our hope to provide an environment which offers an opportunity to excel & rise above tremendous obstacles life has put before them.
Currently we provide care and shelter to over 65 children in a small site in Pasua from age 3 years up to 18 years and we also provide a day care programme to the families in need in our community.
Guides,porters, other hikers all wanted to know if the 52-year-old former elementary school teacher had finally made it to the top on her third try.
“It was so funny,”Hudsonsaid Monday afternoon, only days after returning fromTanzania. “I know I was there three times, but I don’t like to count the second because I was sick when I got there.”
Hudson first tackled themountainlastDecember, but stopped just shy of the top. In June, she flew overseas again with the intent to reach the highest peak, but three days in, strep throat and a sinus infection forced her to turn back.
On Oct. 3, she started again and told her guide, Simon, only one of two outcomes could play out this time: death or success.
During the eight-day adventure, Hudson thought about turning about back – even asked about it – but Simon made good on his promise.
is how it started…narrates Kara Lee: “Sometime back during the last
Christmas in Minnesota, United States of America, we had an engagement
event with my hubby Richard Miller and committed ourselves that the
wedding event must be done on the roof top of Africa and this is none
other than Kilimanjaro Mountain”. Thereafter,
the duo started planning for this historic and unique event by raising
money for their trip to Tanzania and in particular Kilimanjaro Mountain.
They also informed their relatives about their plan to have their
wedding on Mount Kilimanjaro of which they got the green light from
arrived in the country last week and started their seven day
Kilimanjaro expedition through Machame route on 20th September, 2014 and
spend an overnight at Machame Hut waiting eagerly for their wedding on
the following day. Zara Tours Company based in Moshi, organized the
Now here is the D-Day: At Shira
Cave where they arrived at around 12:00pm fr…
A 76 year old grandfather reached the summit of
Kilimanjaro with his son and young grand-daughter, 57 years his junior.He revealed the secret of his success to
Tanzania's leading businesswoman Zainab A. Ansell, who thought she'd seen it
all. When you're in
the business of hosting thousands of travellers as they set off for the summit
of one of the world's most famous mountains, you'd think you'd seen it
all.Yet for Zainab A. Ansell, there's
always something new and inspiring on the horizon. On 6th
September, Zainab, Tanzania's Businesswoman of the Year 2012, met a former
North East UK Businessman of the Year, Bent Henriksen OBE (Hon.), as he began
his first ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro. The famous
dormant volcano is Danish-born Bent's fifth peak in five years.He has already tackled Everest Base Camp,
Mont Blanc, Mount Elbrus and Monte Rosa.An impressive achievement in its own right.It becomes even more impressive when you
consider that he's 76 year…