Emanuel Eliakim Boaz opened Boaz Safari Adventures in 2021, fulfilling his lifelong dream to become a safari guide. He received his Professional Tour Guiding and Leadership Diploma from the Professional Tour Guide School in Arusha. Born and raised in Kisongo, Tanzania, Emanuel is passionate about sharing his knowledge about the region with visitors and is committed to providing exceptional customer service, top-quality accommodations, and a truly unforgettable safari experience.
When you book a trip with Boaz Safari Adventures, you’re not only getting a personalized safari experience with local “insider” knowledge, you’re giving back to the community and helping children receive a quality education. Ten percent of each safari sale is donated to Heart to Care Tanzania, a nonprofit organization supporting Bethany Pre and Primary School in Kisongo where Emanuel is proud to also be the CEO.
Choose one of our tried-and-true safari itineraries with built-in accommodations or contact us to create a fully personalized journey to suit your individual needs, or we can customize your itinerary according to what suits you best. Landmark destinations include Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and Zanzibar Island and many more.
We offer a variety of optional cultural experiences including a visit to a local Maasai village, a day trip to meet the children and staff at Bethany Pre & Primary School in Kisongo, or a guided tour and shopping excursion in nearby Arusha.
Please note that any itinerary is always flexible and can be modified until it suits your needs and wishes.
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