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J.M. Tours was started in 1985 by Joshua Mushendwa and Barbro Finskas Mushendwa, Joshua is from Bukoba which is around Lake Victoria and Barbro is from the small village of Jeppo in Central Finland, J.M stands for Joshua Mushendwa. Although Barbro and Joshua are still active in the company, their three sons are now running the tour business. At the moment J.M. Tours has a total of 31 staff consisting of 10 professional guides who are also professional drivers, 6 office staff, 6 full time mechanics and others. What We do: - Domestic and international flights and bus bookings - Airport pick up and transfer - Hotel bookings - Arrange Safaris to the National Parks, Game Reserves and Conservation Areas - Arrange safaris to historical and cultural sites - In co-operation with other registered companies, we arrange for mountain hiking and climbing of Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mt Meru, Oldoinyo Lengai, and Usambara Mountains - Arrange trips to different beach holiday destinations including Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar and Pangani. - Specially made itineraries to fit people with challenges of various kinds - In co-operation with local churches and organizations we make tour programmes and activities for their visitors - Contact institutions, offices and congregations for study visits and follow up all the arrangements prior to the guests’ arrival - Arrange for cultural tours as available among the local community - Take you on a guided tour in Arusha town or other towns / cities included in your itinerary - Rental of 4x4 vehicles - Create travel itineraries combining all above-mentioned activities to fit each individual client’s preferences J.M. Tours and the environment At J.M. Tours we place an effort in conserving our environment with as much care as possible. Rainwater harvesting, recycling of paper, use of solar energy are just some of the initiatives taken in the company daily. J.M. Tours CSR J.M. Tours also takes on corporate social responsibility in the surrounding community. By donating, coordinating, and supervising external donations. We support several children and young people with their daily needs such as food and housing as well as financial aid to cover school fees and other educational needs. Taking on this responsibility, we reach out to help some of the underprivileged people in the local community to ensure them a better future. We also work with schools for deaf and mentally retarded in Arusha by providing necessities such as classrooms, furniture, teachers remuneration as well as promoting more recognition for the children.
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