“I met Mama Agnes for the first time  at a restaurant in Dar es salaam in 2016. We shared a table and quickly developed a conversation as we ate lunch.  She is such a charming, elderly, entrepreneurial lady with a great sense of humour.  She told me that, ‘my children and grandchildren don’t like what I do. I sell […]

Nsenene is the local name for the longhorn grasshopper, whose scientific name is Ruspolia differens (Serville). This soft grass hopper, sometimes called ‘flying prones’ by its lovers, plays an important role as a food source in Bukoba and Uganda. It is consumed both in rural and urban areas and exported as far as the USA, […]

Everyone at Kiroyera Tours would like to wish our clients (current and past, local and international), a very Happy World Tourism Day! This years theme is ‘sustainability’ and recognizes the importance of international tourism: “in fostering better understanding among peoples everywhere, in leading to a greater awareness of the rich heritage of various civilizations and […]

We are honoured to be the chosen tour operator for the provision of car hire services to the Josephat Torner Foundation. Mr Josephat (pictured with Mary Kalikawe – MD Kiroyera Tours) devotes his life to serving those people with albinism in Tanzania and Africa. By raising awareness and educating local communities and traditional healers in […]