Meet Our Team
Joanne Trangle has traveled all over the world for over 25 years. She loves all things travel and has a special place in her heart for Africa. The many wonderful friends and associations she's made inspired her to start Kuchanga Travel. Joanne has long term relationships with all of the communities and guides in the various countries where Kuchanga Travel offers trips. She is always interested in hearing about new opportunities in developing countries. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband and 3 boys. She believes in the power of seeing the world and experiencing other cultures, most importantly for kids.
"Twaha Lukwago is the best safari guide in Uganda" said one traveler. He is based in Kampala, Uganda. He studied at Makarere University in Kampala. Always happy and enthusiastic about showing travelers the wonders of Uganda!
Donatus grew up in Karatu, just outside the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. You will appreciate his enthusiastiasm when sharing his unending knowledge of animals, flora, fauna and traditional tribes of all the wild places we visit in Tanzania.
Donatus has worked with several conservation organizations in Tanzania, including protection of Northern Highland Forest Reserve within Ngorongoro and monitoring the protection of black rhinos on the Ngorongoro crater floor. He was a co-author of the assessment for UNESCO World Heritage Site-status for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and currently the coordinator of elephant monitoring project in Ngorongoro. He holds several degrees in wildlife management.
Loserian Laizer was born and raised in Maasailand, Tanzania. He was a warrior coordinator for eight years prior to furthering his studies at university in Arusha. He is the founder of Ngorongoro Indigenous Masai Organization (NIMO TANZANIA).
Loserain has a bachelors degree as well as a diploma in wilderness skills from National Outdoor Leadership school which has its HQ's in Lander, Wyoming. USA and he holds of certificate in Tourism.
Loserian has more than ten years experience in both wildlife and cultural tourism
"We would like to be agents of our change rather than victims of change.” Loserian laizer