This Tour Is Offered By
Meru Slopes Tours & Safaris
- Office In:
- 20-50 employees (Founded in 2013)
- Tour Types:
- Small & medium group tours (Budget & mid-range)
Meru Slopes Tours & Safaris Ltd. is a Tanzanian registered Company and licensed tour operator with offices in Arusha, Tanzania. It is jointly owned and operated by Geofrey .E. Nassari resident of Tanzania. We began operations in July, 2013. We offer all types of safaris: traditional driving safaris to all Tanzania National Parks, mountain climbing expeditions, trekking and walking safaris, and beach holidays.
Professionalism and dedication to excellence.
Unforgettable Tanzanian Safari with Meru Slopes Tours and Safari
From the moment we embarked on our 5-day Tanzanian adventure, Meru Slopes Tours and Safari orchestrated an experience that was nothing short of magical. The attention to detail was impeccable, ensuring a seamless and perfect journey throughout.
Our guide, Samuel was a treasure trove of knowledge, making every game drive an educational delight. His expertise and assistance were unparalleled, contributing significantly to the richness of our safari.
The accommodations and culinary offerings were top-notch, enhancing our stay with comfort and delectable tastes. It was a joy to return to such hospitality after each day’s exploration.
A heartfelt shoutout to Mr. Geofrey Nassari and his stellar team at Meru Slopes for their professionalism and dedication to excellence. Their efforts made our trip a memory we will cherish forever.
Special mentions go to Fidelis, our ever-smiling airport driver, another essential member of Meru Slopes staff.
We are already looking forward to our next visit to reconnect with our new friends at Meru Slopes and the wonderful people of Tanzania. Thank you for an extraordinary safari that exceeded all expectations!
Andrea and Earl
Los Angeles, California
Best price and best experience, best tour ever
It satisfies all your dreams and request. We asked for information and they had the best price, they answered always really fast to all our questions and they did exactly what we asked for. Our guide Mudy was excellent, he had a lot of experience and a nice sense of humour. I enjoyed our stay with him so I highly recommend him. Our chef Guideon was also really good, we enjoyed all our meals, we were really happy with both of them. After the trip we had the accommodation and meals included too, which was a nice surprise.
They work hard to make the client happy and you see it from the first moment that you arrive there, they give you confidence so I'm sure I will recommend them everywhere.
Great company with the best guide
Firstly I have to give 5 stars for our guide (Andrew) and chef (Moshi). I can say with confidence that they made the tour amazing. Moshi was so friendly, fun and most importantly made the best food for us. Andrew was well organised, provided so much info, was always smiling and engaging with the group and most importantly lead us to the animals and had some inhuman ability to spot so many animals while also driving that the rest of us often couldn’t even see with our eyes. We met other guides and spoke to other travelers about their guides and we got the feeling all were not equal so if you get the chance to go with Andrew, take it.
The company itself were good and easy to deal with, had decent vehicles and equipment so no complaints at all.
With the tour schedule, we did 4 days 3 nights. First day was about 7 hours driving to Serengeti however half of that was in various wildlife areas so you do see animals on the way. The afternoon was in the Serengeti although it is via a common route mainly for the benefit of getting to the camp. The camp was very basic, which we knew going into it, but was a great experience as animals roam the campsite at night as there are no fences. The next day was half day drive in Serengeti before heading off to Ngorongoro campsite which was about 5 hours (still seeing animals during the drive). Overall the Serengeti was okay but it’s so large and already out that we didn’t see that any animals and o would recommend having a full day there instead of what we did as you then go further and should see more. Also wet season should be avoided if possible as you see so many less animals- grass is too high and animals don’t congregate at watering holes. Day 3 at Ngorongoro was by far the best and the highlight for everyone. The crater itself is a view to behold but more importantly the quantity / density of animals, the fact they cant / don’t generally leave due to the crater walls, the flatness (easier to see animals) and the small size so easy to get around makes it perfect for wildlife spotting. It is relatively small though so 1 full day or a half day is all that is required. We then stayed in a decent lodge on our last night before visiting Tarangire NP for half day on day 4. I would say animal spotting was similar to Serengeti (probably not great for us due to it being wet season) but it’s still nice and has a great landscape which includes the large baobaba trees.
We were super lucky to see the big 5 during this trip with the most elusive, leopard, spotted once on our last day in Tarangire literally in the last 15 minutes as we were driving out.
Quick to answer, quality of service to accommodate, incredible experience for a solo traveller.
The 5 days trip in Serengeti, Ngorongoro crater and Tarangire was breathtaking. This was mostly thanks to the skilled driving of Jacobo and the amazing local food prepared by Salimu. We managed to see from up close many animals, way more than we expected including cheetahs, lions, buffalos, elephants and their respective cubs. We were told we were lucky to encounter some of them, even more multiple times. My take is that the mix of the skilled driving, knowledge of the quicker ways to go around and Jacobo network to have the news and sighting before any radio announcement made it possible.
I also took the opportunity to go for a one day trip to Materuni falls and experience homemade coffee making on the coffee tour with Fidelis. He was very helpful on any question I asked since he is originally from a city not far from the falls location. We even interacted in French on top of the usual English.
Big props to Meruslopes and Geofrey for their constant quick availability on any organizational topic ! If you want to have a real adventure experience, I cannot recommend better than them.
We booked a private safari tour, 7 days from Spain. Communication was always great so we weren't afraid at any moment, reliable company. Once we arrived to Arusha, a car was waiting for us even if our flight was delayed. From that point I'm out of words, this has been a wonderful experience. I want to say thanks specially to our guide, Mudy, if you have the opportunity to do this safari, ask always for him, he arrived everywhere! If there was anything to see, we were always there! Our chef Guideon was also an important part of our trip, our meals were wonderful and we were always happy with them, such a great team. Thanks for our journey, I hope you the best.
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