Off the Beaten Path Safaris is locally owned and operated, with our office based in the Njiro district of Arusha. Our fully staffed office and reservations team is available 7 days a week to respond to your inquiries as quickly as possible.
Off the Beaten Path Safaris may not be the largest safari outfitter in Tanzania, but we promise to be the best!
Thereafter, he joined And Beyond Trainings and then was employed as Guide in for their camps and lodges. There he acquired his guiding and walking guide certificate. He has also participated in birding courses through Wayo Africa, obtaining an Advanced Birding Certificate, He also worked hand in hand with the Tarangire Lion Project, where they researched aging, lifespan and diseases affecting the lions as well as determining the extent of their territories.
Humphrey’s favorite animal in the wild is a Leopard, due to its coloration and elusiveness.
Following high school graduation, he joined Mount Meru Tour Guide College earning both basic and advanced certificates in tour guide management. After completing his certificates in wildlife management, he spent 3 months as a field guiding trainee in Tarangire National Park - during this time he focused on bird watching as well as walking safari training in order to expand his knowledge and training. In 2015, he joined Melia International Hotels as a safari tour guide driver. After 1 year, he was promoted to Head Guide level in Melia Lodge—Serengeti. There he received many specialized trainings in wildlife and gained experience handling VIP guests. During his time at Melia Lodge—Serengeti, he was awarded Employee of the Month two times!
Joel likes to travel and discover new adventures everywhere he goes! Because nature is so vast, he continues to learn at every opportunity by reading and watching documentaries concerning wildlife and nature conservation. This helps him remain a top level expedition guide.
conservation since his childhood, as he grew up in the wildlife management Area. The passion of traveling and nature led him to pursue his carrier in tourism industry and became a Tour guide in early age of his life and later underwent different trainings in tour operations and photographing.
He says that he was born to be a tour guide and while it is always good to see and experience different destinations and cultures, there is so much to offer in Tanzania and East Africa. Wilson’s favorite destination is Ngorongoro Conservation Area the most diversified of the other protected areas. His favorite wild animal is hyena as they play a major role in maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Further more he is a fast leaner and more than ready to learn from others.