TFA Building, Fire Rd, Arusha

About us

TRANSLEN INVESTMENT TOURS AND SAFARIS is more than a safari company. We are more than a tour operator or trekking guide service.We’re craftspeople. Our staff is a tightly woven team dedicated to welcoming every client into Tanzania and crafting the most life-changing experiences possible.
Since 2010, Translen has been Tanzania’s good tour operator. With every client we start with a question: what are your needs, your goals, your dreams? We ask this because every client approaches Africa with individual pursuits, and Translen excels at tailoring experiences to meet their specific needs.

Respect is a central pillar to what makes Translen different. With each customized tour, we place clients in direct contact with landscape and culture, with the smells, sights, and sounds that make Tanzania so rich. We respect Tanzania’s offerings and want to share them with you

For over three decades, Translen has taken responsibility for the impact tourism has on Tanzania’s wildlife, mountains, beaches, and communities. From staff cleanup days, partnering with KPAP (Kilimanjaro Porter Assistance Project), and we are committed to progress and sustainability, going beyond what’s expected of us.

Quality service found nowhere else in the industry. Our vehicles, gear, and infrastructure are all maintained in-house, while every guide, driver, and porter is thoroughly reviewed for experience and local expertise.
We know. Planning a trip to Tanzania is a huge decision. The country overflows with world-class activities. In just two weeks you could summit the tallest mountain in Africa (Mt. Kilimanjaro), complete the most famous safari circuit on the planet (Lake Manyara – Tarangire – Serengeti – Ngorongoro) and finish with a few days of relaxation in paradise (Zanzibar). From mountain to Savannah to white-sand beaches, there are a thousand ways to build your own personal Tanzanian adventure. And this is where Translen comes in, to make your preparations, well, cheap. Join us.

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