Wednesday, June 26, 2013


One of East Africa's leading safari tour operators with headquarters based in Tanzania, joined organizations that aspire to be the best of the best in the travel business

(TRAVPR.COM) USA - June 19th, 2013 - After building an expertise in the region Shadows of Africa is excited and honored to receive their first nomination for the category "Africa's Leading Safari Company from the World Travel Awards.

This is one of the highest accolades in travel and tourism, the awards is hailed as 'the Oscars of the travel industry" by the media worldwide for identifying and rewarding excellence. Globally recognized by the travel, tourism, and hospitality industry as the highest form of recognition in excellence for both in product offered and service worldwide.

Shadows of Africa, the safari specialist, offering a range of tour options from safaris in Kenya and Tanzania to climbing arrangements to highest African peaks like Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya and Mount Meru as well as providing free volunteering opportunities in local orphanage Kibowa in Arusha.

In 2013, the company introduced an additional collection of tours to Rwanda, specialized in gorilla tracking adventures as well as is expanding offices to North America.

CEO, Natasha Fras commented: "Being a part of nomination for annual World Travel Awards 2013 in category Africa's Leading Safari Company is a huge honor for us as we know we offer a great product as well as quality services. We are looking forward to continue designing tailor-made tours and safaris throughout Eastern Africa."


Shadows of Africa is a member of the African Travel & Tourism Association. The locally owned and operated tour company offers safaris, ranging from day tours to multi-week excursions, throughout Tanzania, Kenya and Rwanda. Guest accommodations include luxury hotels and lodges and coffee farms, quaint lodges and tented camps both in and nearby national parks to budget camping, airport and hotel pick up and drop off, private tour guides, private cooks and personalized experiences and requests.