Eastern Africa Adventure and Safaris
Like no other place on earth, Africa touches the depths of your soul and the heights of your senses, leaving an indelible impression on the very core of your heart. Let our personal journeys and experience guide you to the most remarkable expedition of your life!
Game viewing safaris in Tanzania are outstanding and offer a diverse landscape and some of the most abundant populations of wildlife in Africa. An extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime adventure awaits you, whether it's camping and mountaineering at Mt. Kilimanjaro, bird watching at Lake Manyara with its thousands of flamingoes, witnessing the annual wildlife migration on the vast savannah plains of the Serengeti or along the banks of the Grumeti River, wildlife game drives and stunning scenic views of the Ngorongoro Crater, experience the broad range and largest numbers of antelope species near the hot volcanic springs of Selous Game Reserve, traverse remote, mysterious and seasonal Ruaha National Park, or view the dense wildlife populations in Tarangire National Park. African safaris in Tanzania have it all.
Kenya wildlife safaris offer a wonderful variety of landscape, a rich and fascinating culture and of course fabulous wildlife. The Masai Mara, Kenya's most popular game reserve, offers fantastic all-year-round game viewing in wide open plains which allow you to spot both variety and numbers of animals with ease. In addition, the Mara shares the Migration with the Serengeti safaris, so almost two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle traverse the region usually beginning from late June. Amboseli, in southern Kenya, offers views of Mount Kilimanjaro, as well as zebra, wildebeest, lion, buffalo, elephant, giraffe and leopard among many others. The arid Tsavo is home to many of the wonderfully stout baobab trees and famous for its lions, is a great wilderness area with prolific game and bird life. Mount Kenya, the second highest mountain in Africa, stands on the equator yet has a snow-covered peak and spectacular flora & fauna. Lake Naivasha is a popular stopover for those on their way from modern, bustling Nairobi to Mount Kenya or the game rich triad of reserves at Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Shaba. Kenya has been inspiration to writers, artists, photographers and movie producers for decades and will become an inspiration for you.
To make your African wildlife safari a perfect dream we suggest adding on the rare opportunity for one of our gorilla safaris Rwanda or a Uganda wildlife sightseeing mountain trek through the mist for gorillas. Sharing 97% of human DNA the incredible, gentle and intelligent mountain gorilla are fast becoming limited in population. Rwanda and Uganda not only offer an amazing cultural history and experience unsurpassed in biodiversity, but also the awesome opportunity to view these gentle giants in their ever dwindling natural habitat. Primate safaris are the most popular attraction but certainly not the only aspect the discerning eco-traveler seeks. There are many species of wildlife, 13 rare primate species, over 300 bird species and approx. 100 rare orchid species to be sought out, photographed and enchanted by.