Warrior Trails is a Tanzanian registered, owner-operated company. We are a team of dedicated individuals who are committed to providing professional and personalized wildlife safaris, cultural experiences, mountain treks and beach holidays.
Your safari with Warrior Trails is a personal journey – a discovery trail of new places, people, and experiences to be treasured for a lifetime. We hope our website will inspire you to travel with us in one of Africa's premiere travel destinations for a truly unique and highly customized safari adventure. Community Projects
Warrior Trails is passionate about providing opportunities for socio-economic development through ecotourism and cultural tourism, and to see that tourism presents advantages and enhances the cultural integrity of indigenous populations.
It is the sincere desire of Warrior Trails to assist the poor and marginalized indigenous communities in the conservation corridors of Northern Tanzania. We are proud to support a number of local initiatives at grassroots levels as our way of contributing to a holistic approach to global development.
The grandeur and beauty of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area owe much to the reality that the indigenous Maasai pastoralists have coexisted harmoniously with the fauna and flora of the region for centuries. Who better than the local Maasai to guide others in exploration and discovery of their beautiful heartland and the creatures with whom they coexist?
Warrior Trails hires trained Maasai Warriors to lead guests through stunning landscapes and eco-systems that have been formed by centuries of wildlife, livestock and human interaction. By creating partnerships with Maasai Warriors, we seek to preserve the beauty of the land in which these indigenous people live, while protecting and sharing the rich Maasai culture. Funds raised from Warrior Walks help provide affordable and accessible healthcare and education to marginalized Maasai communities. Please see our listing of Warrior Walks
Centre for Disability
Warrior Trails supports the Ngorongoro District Centre for Disability and it's innovative Outreach Program, designed to meet the varied needs of Maasai children with disabilities and their families.
Maasai culture creates many complex issues associated with the care of a child with disabilities, yet these children are among those with the greatest needs. The Centre for Disability Outreach Program and Parent Support Group have been established to address these issues. The purpose of the Outreach Program is to identify families with special needs children and investigate opportunities for referral and assistance.
Maasai Women Groups
Maasai Women Groups emphasize the organization of Maasai women around income generating activities in an effort to move them away from subordination and poverty. In groups, women are able to pool their resources and implement income earning activities, resulting in the acquisition of material possessions and assets. In this way, their decision-making powers are improved, they gain respect in the community, they are able to feed their children and provide them with school materials.
Warrior Trails recognizes the need for experienced Community Development (CD) Officers to work with the Maasai Women Groups, and the importance of helping the women to change their social and economic challenges into opportunities. In particular, we are interested in sponsoring activities that improve the ability of Maasai women to generate economic opportunities based on their expansive knowledge of such things as animal husbandry.
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Kitesho Clamian Physical Address Haile Selassie Road, 2nd Kaunda Street, Plot no 51 House no 1Postal Address P.O. BOX 14937Arusha, Tanzania