Baraka Trails is the first Tanzania local Travel Agency in the region to offer specialized services to deaf or hard-of-hearing people. We have a team of professional sign language interpreters. They are trained to handle all aspects of your needs.

We handle our clients right from the time they land at the airport to when they depart the country. Our services include but not limited to: Meeting & transfer services, Sightseeing & excursion, Inclusive tours & hotel accommodations, Safaris, Conference & incentive facilities for the Deaf, and arrangements for visits to the social deaf communities in Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda.

We provide services for individuals, college students, and group travellers.

Baraka Trails deaf guides safaris and tours provide unforgettable enriching travel experiences. We offer a range of specialty travel and safari programs to suit the needs, and interests and are friendly for deaf and hard-of-hearing guests. All activities, tours and safaris place a strong emphasis on exciting visual experiences and provide fully guided personalized services.  

You are able to enjoy any safaris/ climb with everybody else because we have sign language professionals who know the places we take you.

Just contact us for more information pertaining to a safari with us.
Come and explore the beauty of East Africa.

When it comes to planning a real African safari, the stakes can seem pretty high. Though what Deaf World Adventures know is that it is not the usual kind of vacation, the kind of vacation that is a “trip of a lifetime”.  

Why? Because… you will be watching the greatest wildlife show on Earth.  

In this Safari you will travel in an open land cruiser through the Ngorongoro crater and Great Serengeti wildebeest migration. Tanzania is famed for its scenic landscapes and wildlife. It boasts highly varied geographical features, ranging from the snow-capped mountain Kilimanjaro to deserts, savannah grassland and tropical wetlands. There are many lakes and rivers, too.  

You stay overnight at different camps, in luxury tents and bungalows inside the parks. The meals are mostly buffet-style serving western foods and some local Tanzania dishes.  

7 up to 10 days is the best itinerary to take in this Africa expedition, it will give you plenty of time to be close to African nature and local people. Socialize with local deaf people, learn new sign language, living style and make new friends.

Contact us to make your African dream come true by working with a local deaf guide who knows America Sign Language (ASL)