These tours take one to destinations with a good number of wildlife including the ‘Big Five.’ In Kenya Maasai Mara is host to almost all the animals you can think of and it is the most visited wildlife destination in Kenya if not Africa. Other places with bountiful wildlife in Kenya include Amboseli, Lake Nakuru National Park, Nairobi National Park, Samburu National Reserve, Meru National Park, Aberdares National Park, Tsavo East, and Tsavo West National Park. Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is a good spot to see wildlife. Other places include Ngorongoro, Tarangire, Arusha, and Lake Manyara. In Uganda visit Kidepo, Murchison Falls, Kibale Forest, Queen Elizabeth, Ishasha and Bwindi for wildlife adventures. Rwanda has their popular park Volcanoes National Park with gorillas, others include Akagera and Nyungwe Forest.
Safaris can be family safaris, honeymoon safaris, Birding tours, Fly-in safaris, safari and beach holiday, short and long safaris and it all depends on one’s interest and budget.
A balloon safari is a spice to a normal wildlife safari. Tired of viewing wildlife from the normal 4 x 4 vehicle or tour van, you need to try ballooning. This involves taking an aerial view of a park and viewing wildlife from much higher ground. The highlight of this short safari above the ground is the Champagne/Bush Breakfast served at the end of the safari. Places to partake this experience is Maasai Mara, Serengeti and the new addition, Amboseli.
These tours are for those who love photography or want to film things that interest them. Be it dances of the residents, the wildebeest migration or anything that you need to be captured, we can organize it for you. We will go through the process of ensuring that your filming goes well without interruptions. Most filming needs permits and we are here to ensure we can get them before travel.
During the months of June through to October, there is the wildebeest migration in the Maasai Mara in Kenya. This is the river crossing that Wildebeest and zebras take from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania into the Maasai Mara, Kenya in search of greener pastures. During the crossing of the river, the wildebeest have to overcome the wrath of hungry crocodiles that always are a beneficial lot during this migration. They have to wrestle with the crocodiles to survive, which is the highlight of the event, but not all of them make it to the other end as the crocodiles overpower them. Even after crossing to Maasai Mara, they are still hunted by other larger carnivores like lion, but that is just a balance of the ecosystem. This is a spectacular event is what we want you to experience!
If you would like to climb Mount Kenya, Kenya’s tallest mountain or Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain, we have tours to these areas. You can climb solo or with your group or even join a group of people from across the globe. These tours are guided by an experienced mountain climber who understands routes to the top. Climbing takes between 3 to 7 days depending on how far one would like to go, but it is advisable to always climb to the top and experience how it feels like being there.
These are short nature walks through hills, forests, villages, rivers, parks and small mountains. In Kenya, common areas of hikes and treks include Mount Longonot, Lake Naivasha (Cresent Island), Kerio Valley, Kakamega Forest, Kisumu Impala Sanctuary, Nairobi Animal Orphanage and Safari Walk. These tours designed to bring one close to nature, but not too close to wildlife. During safaris to parks, one can take a short visit to the Maasai Manyattas and learn a few things about their culture as you engage in dances.
In Uganda trekking takes place in Bwindi Forest where you get to meet gorillas.
These are tours designed for those who love birds and would like to sample what Kenya and Tanzania have to offer. These tours are usually lengthy as you need to be patient to be able to compile a good number of bird species. There is a couple of birding spots including Lake Naivasha, Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria, Maasai Mara and Arabuko Sokoke in Kenya, and Tarangire and Lake Manyara in Tanzania. However, almost every destination in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda has birds making it easy for birdwatchers to get what they are looking for and as they do so, they also enjoy the sight of other wildlife.
Camping safaris are designed for those who would like to have extraordinary kind of accommodation. They are also for those who would like to have an up-close with nature. We specialize in luxury camping.
These are safaris that include flying to the destinations of interest. It is a good way to avoid long-distance road travel or those with short time here and would like to cover many places, or those with health problems when travelling by road or for those who just love the luxurious kind of safari! You can combine both road and flying trip to feel both experiences.
We understand the hassle of booking for hotel rooms and we have taken the burden to do that for you. Since we understand what these destinations have to offer, we will book you a facility according to your special needs and budget and ensure that it is of good quality. You just need to pack your bags and we will help you check-in.
Avoid the hassle at the airport to get a taxi to your city hotel. We have drivers with extensive knowledge of various hotels in and around various cities in Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda, therefore, wherever you want to be transferred when you jet in is at the tip of their fingers, you just name it!
For those on a flying package, we handle ticketing for you within East Africa. However, we advise that you book your international tickets from your home country.
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