Guide in East Africa 2009-2011
Several treks up Monts Meru and Kilimanjaro + safaris

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2011  —   Uganda
With a small family, I did a custom trip and with some excursions in Uganda. Here are a few photos of that expedition...
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2010-2011  —   Tanzania
The Maasai people are found mainly in the north of Tanzania and the south of Kenya. They are pastoralists and semi-nomad warriors. They are well known...
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2009-2011  —   Tanzania
Serengeti, a name that conjured dreams long before I set foot there. Younger, I watched plenty of documentaries on African animals and it was so fascinating...
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2009-2011  —   Tanzania
We are now in the Ngorongoro, a conservation area where the Maasai people also live. Surprisingly, they share the land with lions, leopards, and hyenas...
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2009-2011  —   Tanzania
After the treks to the summit of Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro, there is nothing more fun than going in safari for a few days. It is so easy as it...
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2009-2011  —   Tanzania
I found this aerial photo of Kibo on the Internet... I edited it to clearly show the trail we follow. On day 4, we sleep at School Hut at 4700 metres...
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2009-2011  —   Tanzania
The trek to the summit of Kilimanjaro takes place over a period of seven days; we reach our goal at dawn on day 6. It's a long and somewhat difficult...
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2009-2011  —   Tanzania
The trek to the summit of Mount Meru in the Arusha National Park is done in 4 days. On day 1, we leave the hotel to go to the park, and after checking-in...
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2009-2011  —   Tanzania
Treks and safaris in Tanzania are organized with local companies that provide fantastic logistical support. Make no mistake about it, it's the local team...