Crisp sheets, warm showers and mouth watering meals – the best way to end a day of unforgettable safari. When it comes to providing creature comforts, even in the most remote locations, our talented camp managers are unrivalled in skill, dedication and love.


Mkombe's House, Serengeti, Northern Tanzania

Tryphone, lovingly known as 'Babu' which means Grandfather in Swahili, has be...


Sand Rivers, Nyerere, Southern Tanzania

Bernadette (Bernie) joined Nomad ten years ago joining Sand Rivers Selous as ...


Chada, Katavi, Western Tanzania

Joseph Welwel started his career as a waiter and worked his way through the r...


Serengeti Safari Camp, Serengeti, Northern Tanzania

Kanaeli was born and raised just outside Arusha in King’ori Village began his...


Kigelia, Ruaha, Southern Tanzania

Kennedy, know as Ken, has been part of the Nomad family since early 2000. He ...


Lamai, Serengeti, Northern Tanzania

Lawrence joined Nomad in 2011 and found it to be a refreshing change from the...


Entamanu, Ngorongoro, Northern Tanzania

Mohammed Kassim (Moody) was born in Rwanda but shortly after, his parents mov...


Greystoke, Mahale, Western Tanzania

As a 16 year old Mwiga was inspired by Jane Goodall – today, he’s one of Afri...


Serengeti Safari Camp, Serengeti, Northern Tanzania

Olais Losaru Mevukori was born in Arusha, Tanzania and joined Nomad eighteen ...


Expeditionary Walking Camp, Mobile camp, Southern Tanzania

Prim was born in Moshi town on the slopes of Kilimanjaro where he grew up, be...


Kuro, Tarangire, Northern Tanzania

Raymond (Ray) was born in the eastern shores of Lake Victoria, T...


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.

Safari game drives are commonplace on the continent, but few do them like Nomad. Its camps are not only located in some of the most far flung corners of the country, but are a mix of permanent sites, removable tents that disappear with the seasons, and mobile camps that mirror migration routes.

This internship between Nomad and the Hope Centre is very good, it is helping these girls stand for themselves.

Greystoke Mahale, on the shores of Lake Tanganyika, has been around for many years. In the far and not much-explored west of Tanzania, it’s the best place in the country (probably in all Africa, actually, outside of the Democratic Republic of the Congo) to observe chimpanzees in their natural habitats.

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

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