Africa is a safari destination that offers incredible natural beauty. From different cultural encounters to sensational game viewing, and most importantly the seventh wonder of the world, Wildebeest Migration from the Serengeti to the Tsavo. No wonder it’s the birthplace of safari travel.
Then to the Masai Mara and Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro to the cultural encounters in Samburu. An African safari will never disappoint. Plus, you can effortlessly combine the tours with gorilla tracking adventures in Uganda or Rwanda, and then finish it up by relaxing and cooling off on the tropical beaches overlooking the waters and fluttering palm trees of the warm Indian Ocean.
Camping in Amboseli and Maasai Mara
Experience nature up and close in Maasai Mara, while camping around the bushes of mara, or inside the best resorts in the area that are also perfectly located for observing the wild. These camps are also ideal for couples and honeymoons. The game has so many wild animals that coming with your camera will be ideal.
Located on the floor of the Great Rift Valley. Lake Nakuru is a naturally occurring lake that was formed through depression. Home to more than a million flamingos that flock on the shores of Lake Nakuru, along with white rhinos, warthogs, giraffes, zebra, hippos, ostriches and lions. Needlessly say Lake Nakuru National Park is just a few metres from the lake. With a variety of lodges and resorts that will offer the best hospitality. Lake Nakuru is a Safari destination that will leave you wanting to come back or left behind to explore more.
Tsavo National Park
Together, Tsavo’s two national parks create the largest protected wildlife sanctuary in Kenya. More remote than Kenya’s other safari parks, the massive area offers vast landscapes to explore. The sight of elephants spraying the blue waters of the Galana River on themselves is one you’ll cherish for life. You can also spot the giraffe, cheetah, lion, leopard, gazelle, buffalo, antelope, striped hyena, impala and many species of birds. It is in Tsavo that you will Experience Kenya Adventure at its peak
Mount Kilimanjaro: Africa’s Tallest Peak
Whether you are content with standing in its mighty shadow or yearn to climb to its icy summit, the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro won’t fail to stir your soul. Located in Tanzania Mount Kilimanjaro stands at 5,895 metres it’s Africa’s highest mountain and the tallest free-standing mountain on Earth. But its snow-capped peaks are far more accessible than you may think.
From witnessing millions of wildebeest, zebra and other antelope traverse the plains of the Serengeti to ascending to the snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. Tanzania offers travellers some of the most diverse safari experiences in East Africa.
A vibrant and beautiful country with exceptional parks and reserves, Tanzania is blessed with the winning combination of unparalleled game viewing and dazzling tropical beaches.
Chimpanzee Tracking in Uganda
Chimpanzee tracking is the pursuit of chimpanzees in the forest. This is done by following in the footsteps of the chimpanzee. Safari tracker guides will enlighten you on how to track chimpanzees, and other primates like monkeys and baboons by reading clues left behind by these animals, which include footprints, dung and many more on their trails
About 1500 chimpanzees are found in Kibale Forest National Park. Located near the town of Fort Portal in the Western part of Uganda, east of the Rwenzori Mountains. This park joins with Queen Elizabeth national park. Kibale National Park is very good for chimpanzee tracking trips however Uganda safari chimps can also be sighted in Budongo forest in Murchison Falls national park and also in Kyambura Gorge in Queen Elizabeth national park.