About Wild Tracks

A Tanzanian-Norwegian Safari and Coffee Company

Wild Tracks is a Tanzanian-Norwegian coffee and safari company, owned by the couple Beate Hustad Aamodt and Frank Mbise. Frank was born and grew up in Mt. Meru and Beate is from Trondheim in Norway.

Frank has been working in the safari business since 1987, and in 2001 Beate and Frank decided to start their own safari company. Frank was the driver guide and Beate arranged the safaris. The company has gotten bigger after many years in the business and Wild Tracks now has many employees working with the safari.

Wild Tracks’ experience and knowledge makes it easy to arrange a trip with us, from budget trips with camping to luxurious holidays with the best hotels. We know the best places to stay, have experienced guides and great cooks for camping. Wild Tracks has also built a guest house in the village for people who wants to see the local life and culture in Tanzania. Wild Tracks also sells coffee from Nkoaranga Village on Mt. Meru, under the name «Kahawa». During your stay you can go on our coffee tour to see the farm and production of the coffee. Read more about the coffee and the tour on our Kahawa website.

Contact us if you are interested in travelling to Tanzania to experience the famous national parks on safari, relax in Zanzibar or see the local life of Tanzanians. Karibu!