Bemba is one of the languages spoken in Zambia. Mwatusanga in Bemba is a happy sounding word with an equally happy meaning: it translates as “You have found us!” MTTZ uses the sense of discovery embodied in the word “Mwatusanga” to describe its collection of safaris in East, West, Central and Southern Africa. You have indeed discovered a collection of safari experiences all over Africa which pursue authenticity and diversity, components which MTTZ considers the true luxury in travel. Revised regularly, always current, they are the best which MTTZ offers.
Western Tanzania & Northern Zambia Combo with Katavi & North Luangwa National Parks
Signature Safaris in Northern Tanzania which cover all the highlights: Tarangire, Lake Manyara and Serengeti National Parks; Ngorongoro Conservation Area; and Lakes Eyasi and Natron.
Uganda & Republic of Congo & DRC: Mountain & Western Lowland Gorillas & Bonobos
Northeast Uganda: Karamojong & Ik peoples; Kidepo National Park
Have it All Uganda: Gorillas; Chimps; Shoebill storks; Tree-climbing lions; Boat safaris
We use another Zambian word, this time from the Nyanja language, to describe MTT’s Zambian itineraries: Pahati-Pahati. This means something that is not too high or too much; something that is not too low or too little. Pahati-Pahati expresses something that lies in the middle of two extremes and is therefore just perfect. These itineraries aim for comfort and guidance without any loss of challenge and adventure.
The Great North Road
North & South Kafue National Park with Victoria Falls
South & North Luangwa National Parks & Great North Road Combination
Western Zambia & Lower Zambezi River with Liuwa Plains National Park
Kuomboka Ceremony, Western Zambia
Fruit Bat Migration, Kasanka National Park
The Voodoo Festival held every January: among Africa’s very best festivals
MTT’s offerings in the Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Central African Republic and Gabon fall under their own category called “Molo-Molo”, which translates as “Slowly-Slowly” in Gabon. Travel in these countries is defined more by what does NOT go to plan than by what does, and are best suited for Africa-savvy travelers only.
Republic of Congo
Nouabale-Ndoki National Park: Habituated Western Lowland Gorillas
Indigenouscommunities in Northern ROC
Central African Republic
Dzanga-Ndoki National Park: Habituated Western Lowland Gorillas & Africa’s largest numbers of Forest elephants
Democratic Republic of Congo
Lomako-Yoko Kala Faunal Reserve (Bonobos)
Boating the Congo River (Bonobos & Culture)
Kahuzi-Biega National Park & Rwanda Combo: Eastern Lowland & Mountain Gorillas
Explore the Eastern DRC: Kahuzi-Biega & Virunga National Parks, Eastern lowland & Mountain gorillas; Lwiro Chimp Sanctuary; Lake Kivu; Nyiragongo Volcano, Ituri Forest’s indigenous people; Mpulu’s Okapi Conservation Program.
Kinshasa’s Lola ya Bonobo Sanctuary
Moukalaba Doudou National Park
Moukalaba Doudou National Park & Setta Cama (Loango National Park South) Combination
Loango National Park North & Lambarene by Ogooué River
Lekedi National Park: Currently, the best chances of seeing mandrills in Central Africa
Extensions to Sao Tome