I was a solo traveler, and i did with Trust Tours the 9 days northern circuit up Kilimanjaro, followed by a 5 days Serengeti Migration Safari.The Kilimanjaro climb was absolutely fabulous, the team was amazing and they made me feel so comfortable and taken care of. And Tim and Deo, my guides, were the best people to hang out with, have fun, sing, learn swahili, and climb Kili. It was a real delight. They also changed the schedule for me and we finished the climb one day sooner.The safari was amazing, pure nature, the guide, Francis taught me so much about birds, and shared with me his books, and i would read and we would talk about the animals, not just 'see' them. Of course we managed to see the wildebeest migration and talk about it, read about, learn about it.There were only 2 downsides:1. I didn;t have cash, and one of the ATM charged my account without releasing cash, for which i had to argue with banks to receive the reimbursement after 2 months.2. In the safari camp, Mikese Tented Camp, in serengeti, someone from the camp staff stole money from my wallet, - while i was at dinner and i had left my fanny bag with my wallet inside a zipped pocket, in my tent on the table. It was just 70 euros, the only cash i had, since i don't carry cash usually. The camp management was disturbed by the happening, but eventually failed to find the culprit or reimburse me. Either way, they have treated me extremely well, like part of a little family, and i am very grateful for it.All in all i had an amazing experience, and it is very important to understand the difference in culture and lifestyle. Everyone absolutely did their best to welcome me, and i really felt welcomed and taken care of. Maybe even better than in a family :)I highly recommend them.