Our family of staff is core to our success, and we are incredibly fortunate to have such a special bunch of folk at Nomad. In a business like ours there are very many cogs that keep the wheel turning, and we think it is important that the background folk are never taken for granted. We want to make sure stories are heard, achievements are recognised, and that our team have every opportunity they deserve to climb within the company. We are endlessly inspired by them, and we are delighted to be able to share them and their stories with you.

Guides

Unlocking memories you’ll cherish for the rest of your life, our expert guides draw on an unmatched understanding of the landscape, wildlife and subtlest seasonal change.

Camp managers

Keeping our guests feeling brand new – our camp managers are magicians, conjuring up complete comfort in the heart of unspoilt wilderness.

Life long learning & growth

Creating career paths

Pius’ story

Pius is an ex-poacher who grew up on the boundaries of the Serengeti. In the absence of education, he turned to a dangerous life supplying the bush meat trade.

Life long learning & growth

Creating career paths

Paulina’s journey to Lamai

Nomad sponsored Paulina’s journey through vocational training and an internship in camp – and she’s now a full-time part of the Lamai team.

Life long learning & growth

Supporting entrepreneurship

Askari and local ambassador at Lamai

Amos grew up in a village called Mbilikili. Life was challenging and poaching was often the main way of life. Amos seized an opportunity to join Nomad and is now one of many, empowered to give back to their communities.

Complete escapism awaits at newly opened Mkombe’s House, the only private house in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.

This is to South Africa’s Kruger Park what most safaris are to Whipsnade Zoo.

The hugely respected Nomad Tanzania…have chosen to build in an area of acacia trees and kigelia trees... six large canvas tents stand in a line that traces the run of the river and are spaced to ensure privacy... they are also equipped for comfort, with hot bucket showers and enormous beds.

In a grove of sausage trees in Ruaha National Park on the banks of the Ifuguru River, in the best game area in the park.

You might say the 20-year-old Nomad Tanzania knows this corner of the world more intimately than most—which might explain how their next venture is the first to secure a previously untapped viewpoint. Six canvas bungalows, lined up along the Ngorongoro Crater Rim, feature unprecedented vistas of both the crater floor sunrises and Serengeti sunsets.

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