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2015 Safari Awards Winner!

Moun­tain Mad­ness is proud to announce that, togeth­er with our local Tan­zan­ian part­ners, we have been hon­ored by The Safari Awards with two won­der­ful recognitions.

Pri­vate safari camps. Mark Gun­log­son photo

Moun­tain Mad­ness is one of only three com­pa­nies spe­cial­ly select­ed by Nation­al Parks to oper­ate mul­ti day walk­ing Safaris inside the Serengeti Nation­al Park. This is a great cred­it to our amaz­ing crew and inspi­ra­tional walk­ing guides mak­ing each and every walk unique and spe­cial and has led to these awards:

Back when the park was cre­at­ed in the 50’s almost a third of the area was set aside as wilder­ness zones’ …these were a reserve with­in a reserve and had vir­tu­al­ly no human pres­ence for more than half a century.

Time to relax in the Serengeti. Mark Gun­log­son photo

We now oper­ate our walk­ing safaris in this pris­tine wilder­ness, vast tracts of land to explore from kop­jes to plains, from gorges to glades the area teems with wildlife big and small. One of the key things about walk­ing with us in the Serengeti is the absolute soli­tude and exclu­siv­i­ty …. You effec­tive­ly have a pri­vate Serengeti’ expe­ri­ence and won’t see anoth­er soul for the dura­tion of the walk.

Geo­caching among lions. Mark Gun­log­son photo

Good liv­ing on safari. Mark Gun­log­son photo

But it wasn’t just our walk­ing safari team that were hon­ored … our sea­son­al camps at Ngoron­goro, in Arusha Nation­al Park and in the Serengeti NP were also High­ly Commended’.

These lux­u­ry camps real­ly are the per­fect spot to relax – small enough to be inti­mate, placed in incred­i­ble loca­tions and designed to be super com­fort­able AND they have mouth­wa­ter­ing food!

Don’t sac­ri­fice lux­u­ry in the remote wilder­ness. Mark Gun­log­son photo

Relax­ing in the remote wilder­ness. Mark Gun­log­son photo

If you would like to have more infor­ma­tion about our walks, Lux­u­ry Sea­son­al Camps or authen­tic cul­tur­al encoun­ters with the Mas­sai or the Hadza bush­men then please just let us know.

A walk on the wild side in the Serengeti. Mark Gun­log­son photo