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Adventure of a Lifetime

We are thrilled with an article published this past week in California Business Journal by Rick Weinberg.  Rick interviewed Hugh Coppen, our Founder and CEO and several of our guests who joined us on past Tasimba safaris to learn why…

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How to Choose Your African Safari:

Must Haves That Ensure the Experience of a Lifetime   Guest column written by David Markus, Tasimba Guest, November 2016 When you Google “African safari vacations,” you get about 750,000 results. With so many folks chasing your safari dollar, and so many dollars in…

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Roaring into 2018

Like the majestic lion on one of our African safaris, Tasimba is ‘roaring’ into 2018.  We take great ‘pride’ in what we’ve accomplished since our launch in 2016! Our recent program changes, delighted guests on our November 2017 trip.  Nine…

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Season’s Greetings

As the season of celebrating Peace, Love and Joy falls upon us, all of us at Tasimba wish you and yours a wonderful Holiday. For me, Peace, Love and Joy extend far beyond just this time of year.  I actually…

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Inspiration from Experts

Every day on our safari, Tasimba features another visiting expert who introduces a different but inspiring topic, to stimulate great discussion among the group. In our daily indaba (meetings), at mealtimes, and in casual exchanges around the campfire these discussions…

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Two Eyes Are Better Than One

Immersed in a game rich concession, one of the many things you’ll notice on a Tasimba African safari, is the inherent differences between species. Some animals for example, have eyes on the side of their head while others have eyes…

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Are We a Keystone Species?

You know what a keystone is, right? It’s the wedge-shaped stone at the very top of an arch – just like the one in this picture. The ancient Romans perfected the building of archways when they understood that it is…

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