Saturday, January 12, 2019

TOUCHWOOD BOOK LAUNCH






WCS launched their new book ‘TOUCHWOOD – The beauty and biodiversity of Tanzania’s Southern Highlands’ by Tim Davenport & Sarah Markes in Mbeya. Showcasing the unique and important flora and fauna of this area - including many animals and plants found nowhere else on earth, the book features original photos, infographics, drawings and text explaining the origins and breadth of this biodiversity and its importance to livelihoods, culture and the nation. 

5 Key Biodiversity Areas (KBAs) are highlighted; Mt Rungwe, Kitulo Plateau, the Livingstone Mountains Forests, Njombe Forests and Mbeya Range, as well as Mporoto Ridge – all WCS conservation priority areas within the ‘Eastern Afromontane Biodiversity Hotspot’. Following a decade and a half of research, the book also publishes for the first time, full species lists of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies, hawkmoth and plants for the entire Mt Rungwe-Kitulo-Mporoto landscape. 

The Mbeya Regional Commissioner gave enthusiastic support for the book, along with District Commissioners for Rungwe and Mbeya. The event was well attended by representatives from TANAPA, Tanzania Forestry Services (TFS), local government, NGOs and the tourism sector – all keen to work with WCS in continuing conservation and promotion of this unique and beautiful area. 

The Touchwood book was created by WCS with support from the CEPF Eastern Afromontane Hotspot Program through a small grant facilitated by BirdLife International. It was produced along with a series of community awareness materials which are being used in environmental education work across the Southern Highlands.


Please contact tdavenport@wcs.org to request a copy.
Many thanks to Studio Native, Mbeya for the photos.


Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Lake Ngosi crater | Ziwa Ngosi.







Walking safari to the second largest crater lake in Africa (Lake ngosi)

We had a walking safari from our office located at uyole kati near msikitini, on our way we enjoyed seeing a lot of tourist activities perfomed by locals (farming) the look of their farms, uyole and mbeya view while hiking, and the poroto forest, it was a trip of its kind

Visit us you will get to know a lot about the lake, myth stories and its geographical formation.

For more details and bookings Contact us via 
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Sunday, December 30, 2018

Kapiki waterfalls (Photos)




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A visit to Malasusa Waterfalls






Malasusa waterfalls is one among the stunning water falls in southern highlands of Tanzania, This hidden Treasure is located at Kiwira Mbeya, 
the place is very conducive and the weather is so welcoming

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Friday, December 28, 2018

A visit to lake Ngosi/ Ziwa Ngosi




Lake Ngosi is the second largest crater lake in Africa that inhabits a lot of living creatures which bound together and create a balanced ecosystem..the beautiful scenery of an African map makes it more unique and popular to the universe

It was around 12:35Am where by Ibrahim and his beloved wife Jamilah visited our office for the aim of visiting the second largest crater lake in Africa (Lake Ngosi), we had briefing for almost 10 mints on our stunning office gallery museum there after the trip started

We had a very nice walking safari that took us about 3 good hours from our office up to lake Ngosi, on our way we enjoyed seeing the beautiful and attractive landscapes and farming activities.

We enjoyed having the curious clients

Would you like to have a better experience 
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Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Matukio katika picha safari ya kuelekea sehemu ya kuangalizia Bonde la ufa

Picha ya pamoja washiriki wa All babies in Town challenge, pamoja na wadau mbalimbali wa utalii Mkoani Mbeya

Picha ya pamoja uongozi wa Mwakyusa events planners, Team Mapicha, Michuzi Tv, Tanzania travel show na Uyole cultural tourism enterprise.