I have wandered all my life, and I have also traveled; the difference between the two being this, that we wander for distraction, but we travel for fulfillment.”– Hilaire Belloc
Doesn’t it feel like we’ve been waiting for 2022 for a lot longer than two years?
We’ve learned resilience while we wait for the time that we can finally put the pandemic behind us. Now it’s time for us to show our adaptability to live in the next normal of co-existence with the virus in a way that it will no longer paralyze us with fear.
Nature shows us that, when faced with adversity whether it’s a severe drought or predators on the hunt, wildlife responds with instinctive resilience and adaptability. This motivates them to take action of some sort to mitigate the threat. It’s instinctive because every species in the wild is driven by the same purpose – it’s the reason they exist: the survival of their species.
Elephants have learned to dig for water in dry riverbeds.
To quench their thirst, other species have learned to follow these gentle giants.
In Nature, every day of survival becomes the fulfillment of that purpose.
For the human species, we too seek fulfillment in our lives’ purpose. While we are social animals, we are individualistic more than we are a herd so we don’t have that single, overarching purpose like we see in the wild. (Let’s face it, if survival of our species was the common purpose of humankind, we’d be a whole lot better at caring for our environment than we are.)
For us humans, the search for our purpose in life can be challenging. And the disruptions and uncertainty of the past two years have made finding clarity of purpose even more difficult than ever.
That’s where Tasimba comes in.
Our purpose is to inspire you to find your own purpose through insights from deep immersion in nature that will help you see what’s really important to you.
People who join a Tasimba safari do so because they seek personal growth, because they are curious, and because they want a unique mental and emotional experience that will stimulate their own awareness and behaviors to enable them to reach their own fulfillment.
When that happens, we have fulfilled our purpose. For us, that is enough.
An understanding of the natural world and what’s in it, is a source of not only a great curiosity but great fulfillment.”
– David Attenborough
In 2022, seek your inspiration and fulfillment on our May 4th – 11th Explorer safari (only one room left) or our October 28th – November 4th Signature safari.
Tasimba. Fulfillment. Naturally.
Important note: We work exclusively with Africa’s best eco-tourism company with whom you will be reliably secure in the knowledge that all current and new travel protocols will be always be adhered to. Be assured that we will postpone any trip if it is not safe to travel.