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May 23 2015 | Written by: Lilian Kramer
Interactive culture visits connect travel guests with local traditional indigenous peoples living in remote areas. This stimulates self-growth and discovery for the traveler by challenging their own basic values and assumptions. They also stimulate the local rural economy. Culturally sensitive experiential visits offer an “inside” view of living communities going about their daily activities. They connect culturally curious tourists seeking authenticity with real life villages where they can interact directly with members of the ethnic community in natural and spontaneous ways. This generates a deeply personal emotional connection to the peoples and places visited. This is often lacking in "culture villages" designed for tourists that are re-rehearsed and staged performances.
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I am a creative and visionary individual with a wide range of knowledge in various aspects of the tourism industry and safari tours in Tanzania and throughout East Africa. The skill sets I have been applying to the travel industry for over the past 10 years include leadership and management expertise, organizational collaboration, excellent communication skills, travels throughout East Africa, Middle East and Europe, skills and experience in social work and her studies of cultural anthropology. Through my vivacious personality and travel industry knowledge I have assembled a dynamic, hardworking and committed team of professionals who are specialists in various fields within the travel and tourism industry. Through hard work, perseverance and excellent customer service we have built Zohar African Safaris keeping customer satisfaction and well-being at the core of our business. Today, Zohar African Safaris is small boutique Safari Company that not just tracks wildlife but also takes you to away from the crowds in East Africa for an authentic bush experience, or so our customers say.
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