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Guide of the month, June 2018 - Emanuel Melubo

06 June 2018
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Emanuel is a Maasai Warrior, born and raised in the Ngorongoro Crater Highlands. After his studies at Mweka Wildlife College, one of the most prestigious wildlife management schools in Africa - he also completed advanced-level courses in guiding. Since then he has worked with some of the best tour companies in Tanzania.

He is a certified wilderness first aid responder, so you’re always in the safest hands. He is also a member of the Interpretive Guides Society, a voluntary society for conservation-minded safari guides who are interested in furthering their knowledge, experience, and insights in Tanzania’s natural habitats.

Emanuel had a vast knowledge and understanding of the African bush and wildlife and is a true naturalist. He is also an expert in birds and animal behavior.

He has spent time both in Europe and the United States, which helps him better understand every guests' needs. He is passionate about sharing his knowledge and his tours are always a true adventure.

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