Godson Nassary was born at the foothills of Mt Meru, he studied in Arusha region. At the age of 15 years he was passionate to become a mountain guide and succeeded as at first he was helping other professional guides, helping as part to get to know the skills of a mountain guide. At the age of 18years he started to summit Mt Meru and Mt Kilimanjaro, he wanted to learn more so he joined a Course of Tourism for 4years, He started and taking small groups for trekking and Safaris as a professional guide. Many of his skills includes Bird watching having to identify more than 800 species of birds, ecological wildlife. In 2005, he established a company Come and See Adventures, putting his skills hard work to offer well organized trips to discover great destinations in Tanzania.
Godson Nassary is energetic, highly skilled as a mountain and safari guide, his character, attracted many tour companies. Godson Nassary believed to always learn new things, sharpen his passion of becoming a tour operator was just around the corner when he was granted to pursue his studies of Tourism in Arusha. In 2005 Godson Nassary formed a company called Come and See Adventures aiming to sell attractions to the world that are only found in Tanzania.
Come and See Adventures is a registered Tanzanian company, We offer lodge and camping safaris, Mountain climbing and beach holidays to many parts in Tanzania.
The Best Time to See Migration in Tanzania
Many travellers visit Tanzania to see the Serengeti’s great wildebeest migration. Linked to the rainfall, this stunning migration of thousands of wildebeest – accompanied by zebra, gazelle, eland and impala – takes place throughout the year, and follows a fairly predictable pattern, as the wildebeest are constantly seeking fresh grazing and water.
Having said that, the wildebeest migration happens all year – the migration can be found during any given month; you just need to know where to look! The question should really be about the ‘best places’ to see them during a given time of the year – and when visiting them is most enjoyable.
For more information on when and where to see the Serengeti’s great wildebeest migration, contact us