Tanzania Guide: Noel
Noel – thank you very much for making my experience in Tanzania so amazing! It was great hanging out with you. Muchas gracias!
Our guide, Noel, was such a Gentleman and a model of professionalism. We were especially grateful for his sensitivity to our every need. Noel always placed our Safety, Comfort and Well Being as his highest priority. Noel went the extra mile in making sure our safari was the “Best”. We were really sad at having to say good bye to Noel.
Noel was SO great! He was extremely knowledgeable and he genuinely wanted us to have a memorable trip. During our full day game drive he tried so hard to find a black rhino for us to see and never gave up. He is a truly good and kind person, and also has a great sense of humor!
Noel was truly wonderful. He was the perfect fit for our family – knowledgeable, professional, a pleasure to be around. Noel also has a great sense of humor. We were in excellent hands with Noel as our guide.
Noel – how can I ever sum this man. Absolutely delightful, quiet and unassuming – he cared for our family like his own.
Noel was great! His genuine excitement to see the animals made it that much more exciting for us. His eye for detail is amazing and he could spot animals from miles away.
Noel was phenomenal- he made the trip as amazing as it was. His knowledge of the area, the animals, and intensive care of our trip was nothing short of first class. Meagan and I felt comfortable throughout the entire trip being in his capable hands and were able to fully enjoy the experience because of that.
Noel was outstanding. Very professional , very caring, loved his respect for the animals. Very knowledgeable . I ‘d highly recommend him to our friends and family.
Noel – one of our guides – knows Tanzania and the African wildlife very well. He’s a good animal spotter with professional explanations to Tanzania’s Flora and Fauna (e.g. the Ngorongoro is not just a crater, it’s a caldera…), even while driving the car at the same time. Noel is such a funny guy and after 8 days it was terrible, leaving him at the airport, because it felt like leaving part of our family. We all and maybe especially our Kids (14y, 10y, 9 y) loved him and we … Read More