Sunday, March 11, 2012

Kearsleys Travel and Tours, Tanzania's oldest

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'Beautiful Country,Feel the Friendship'.

Kearsleys, as it is more avidly known today, was established in 1948 with a vision to serve the foreign expatriates working in Tanganyika (Tanzania before independence) with a reliable and efficient travel and tourism services to meet their needs. Originally it was a fully owned subsidiary of J.W Kearsley (UK) Ltd., owned by Cory Brothers Ltd. and a member of Powell Duffryn Group. It changed hands in 1974, when it was sold to N.V. Patel & Brothers Ltd., a locally owned holding company with a wide interest in agriculture and agro- chemical industries, air and sea transportation and general trading. Since that date the management of the company has been passed to the local board of directors consisting entirely of Tanzanians who have admirably steered the company forward and developed it into a market leader in spite of the economic challenges it faced over the years.

Kearsleys at this juncture is the oldest operating tours and travel company in Tanzania and taking this legacy into consideration, we celebrated its 50th anniversary on 02nd December 1998 with jubilation and euphoria as it earmarked a significant milestone in our history of dedicated and matchless service to the people, general air transportation and tourism sectors in Tanzania. Today, as we’re now over 60 years into our operation, we are proud to say that Kearsleys has played a pivotal and a leading role in the development of air travel and tourism in Tanzania and has built an unrivaled reputation both locally and internationally serving its clients and the travelling public at large with unparalleled and reliable service levels.

With this strong historical past, the future looks promising and we at Kearsleys are very confident that our legacy will live on for years to come.


I hope Kearsley is growing strong


I believe so.

I wish to travel africa. I like the wild animals, I want to see them when they hunting other animals.

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Hello Jason!
You are welcome in Africa. I won't be bias on where or which side of Africa is ideal for you, but am proposing coming to Tanzania. In Tanzania you will get the best of wildlife and most especially "watching them hunting one another". For this reason I advice you plan your visit on June - October where the animals are plenty. Tanzania has 15 national parks and game reserves. The parks are grouped into circuits, Northern, Southern, Western, and Coastal. Every circuit consists of at least three national parks for easy access and maximum enjoyment. The most popular is the northern circuit known for the great wildlife migration, presence of Mount Kilimanjaro and Ngorongoro Crater to name a few, and destinations are close to each other. But if you want something more down to earth, fresh and to discover the unknown or unfamiliar, Southern circuit will do. It holds the true meaning of eco-tourism. It is rarely visited and so much hasn't come to the surface. Welcome to Tanzania.

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