Alfred Dalley, guide

Alfred was born and raised in a family of farmers in the northern Tanzania highlands. He spent most of his childhood in nature, taking care of the livestock. At that time he already had the dream of becoming a safari guide. So after completing his advanced level studies in 1999, he went to the guiding school in Arusha and Mwewe ranger training school in the Serengeti. That’s where he gain his knowledge on all aspects of wildlife and ecology and became a qualified guide. Alfred now has over (11?) years of experience in guiding and has a brilliant knowledge of the flora, fauna and culture in Tanzania. He loves to share his passion for nature and wildlife with his guests, from small creatures like insects and reptiles to large iconic animals like the Big Five. Birding is his speciality and Alfred speaks German and English fluently.

One of Alfred’s most memorable sightings:
    • A grown up male lion trying to kill a male cheetah that was laying on the rock at Moru Kopje in the Serengeti.
    • Female helmeted guineafowl protecting her chicks from a black mamba in Tarangire National Park.
    • Female cheetah raising 5 cubs to adulthood in the Southern Serengeti (highest record).
    • Spotted hyenas fighting over a kill with a leopard in Central Serengeti.


Away from the hectic bustle. This is delicious. We are well guided so well by Lomo. It was fantastic!

John & Brandon

This Safari with Lomo is unforgettable. Everything is fantastic and Erasto knows so much!

Randy & Victoria

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