ABOUT ANTONIO MARANGABASSA
Born in Mozambique, now a Kenyan citizen. Antonio Marangabassa graduated in 1981 magnum cum laude from the United States International University with majors in Sociology and Anthropology. He was a public school teacher for seven years and has worked as a Professional tour guide in Kenya since 1981. He is especially appreciated by his clients for his quick sense of humor, undying energy, and offering his guiding expertise in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Kiswahili.
Napenda Africa’s Mission is to create unique travel experiences for clients while promoting volunteer opportunities’ that improve the lives of the African Children and the environment. Antonio’s Love for the surroundings also extends to aiding underprivileged communities, and as a result of this, he has founded the African Angels Children’s Fund, a charity project that helps build classrooms and provides scholarships to Children thus giving them hope for a brighter future.
His professional knowledge and commitment to promoting sustainable travel have been appreciated by various Zoological and Conservation societies worldwide including San Diego Zoo, Sacramento Zoo, Oregon Zoo, Riverbanks Zoo, and Cincinnati Zoo, River edge Nature Center, Los Angeles Zoo, Cleveland Zoo, North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and Woodland Zoo.
Nairobi County, Kenya
08:00 AM – 18.00 PM
Monday – Saturday
Phone: +254 722 738726.
Phone: +254 710145851.