We knew that the choice of guiding company would be one of the most crucial decisions, and after much research we picked Tusker Trail. I couldn’t be happier with that choice.
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Katie reflects on how Tusker helped make her adventurous honeymoon in Tanzania a huge success.
The Tusker team was exceptional in keeping safety as the priority yet still making Kilimanjaro a really fun experience.
My family has gone on several adventure trips with different companies, and I have never been more impressed with a travel company than Tusker.
In the face of retirement and the sense of loss accompanied with it, Natalie sought out a new adventure – Kilimanjaro.
I stood on the top of Africa’s highest peak, overwhelmed with awe of what I had just accomplished and the amazing people I got to accomplish it with.
Guest post from Tusker Alumni Whynde Kuehn, Kilimanjaro charity climber for non-profit Goods For Good.
Climbing Kilimanjaro was the hardest and most beautiful thing I’ve ever done without an epidural.
Ahmed decided that what this diagnosis really meant was an opportunity to reinvent himself as the adventurer of his boyhood dreams. He asked Tusker to help.
In April 2015, cinematographer Troy Paff joined Tusker to capture the mountain, the climb and the people. Here’s his story.
Tusker’s alliance with the local Lions Club extends its own warm clothing drive with donations of money and/or clothes from caring clients…
Tusker’s nine day trip to the West Fjords maximizes the near 24 hour August daylight in the Iceland backcountry.
By trekking at a slow pace we get to see ancient rock paintings and burial sites we wouldn’t even know about if we were driving or walking at a fast pace…
Avoid the second guessers by bagging the summit. Kilimanjaro is not about the journey, it’s about making the summit and the euphoria you share with your fellow summiteers.
In many countries if you want to meet the locals you go to the nearest watering hole (pub, bar, cantina). Iceland takes its watering holes literally and seriously…
Travelers have the option of hiking or riding a horse (or both), and many Tusker tribe members opt to ride like Mongol nomads.