The company is owned by Sertorio and Marlene with their daughter Khensani and we have been in operation since 2000. We are based in White River in the Mpumalanga province of South Africa.
In Xitsonga language, which is one of South Africa’s 11 official languages, the word “NTWANANO” means “Unity or Togetherness”. Our aim is to bring people from all walks of life together to experience Africa’s rich cultural heritage.
During our Kruger Safaris, Tours and transfers, we tell stories that connect our guests with the beauty and power of Africa. For us, this is where our passion for people, cultures and nature unify to offer innovative tourism products that go beyond the ordinary to something more meaningful in the lives of domestic and international travellers across South Africa, Mozambique and Eswatini (Swaziland).
As part of our social responsibility, we support Blind and Visually Impaired people from disadvantaged neighbouring communities – offering complementary excursions on a yearly basis during the Tourism month. We also support a non-profit organization, the Dasha Foundation for the Disabled, taking learners and staff on specialized Tours of the Kruger National Park and other tourism attraction in and around the province. Reaching out to people with disabilities is our main focus and this has had a huge impact in shaping accessibility tours for tourists in general, a rare offering in the Travel and Tourism Industry.