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Steven and Zakia Mbwambo

 

Steven Sadick Mbwambo leads Kima Safaris Ltd. in Tanzania together with his wife Zakia Brigitte Mbwambo. They live together with their three children in Dar es Salaam.

Steven grew up in Tanga and moved after finishing secondary school to Arusha to study at the Plates Monitors Center, College for Tourism and Wildlife Management to become an officially licensed tour guide in 2004. His first work experience he gathered working for three years for Kill Treks Safaris in the Northern Parks, Manyara, Tarangire, Serengeti, Kilimanjaro etc. In 2007, he became camp manager of the Flycatcher Lodge in Mahale national park.

Since 2010, he has been working for Kima Safaris in Dar es Salaam. He was essentially contributing to the successful development of Kimasafaris and became company owner and managing director of Kima Safaris in Tanzania in 2012.

Zakia Brigitte Mbwambo grew up in Arusha where she also completed the formation as a reservationist and customer care manager at the Momesco Training institute and the University of Dar es salaam in 2004. After her studies, she started working in the Momela wildlife lodge and later in the Lobo wildlife lodge in the Serengeti as a front office manager. When they moved to Dar es Salaam in 2008 she was working in the Golden tulip and Protea hotel in Dar es Salaam. As a mother of three children she is working nowadays in the home office for Kima Safaris as an accountant.

 

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