East Africa encourages travellers to explore and admire places like the famed Mount Kilimanjaro, the Spice Islands and the greatest annual migration on the globe. With internationally accredited game parks in the Serengeti and Manyara, where wildlife roam in teeming numbers, a safari here is an unforgettable experience. Many far-reaching plains together with innumerable animals and snow-capped mountains speckle the vast immense plains.

Every visitor encounters a few of nature’s most spectacular and majestic phenomena, like the million migratory flamingos, wildebeest - No wonder countless wildlife documentaries have been recorded here.The Ugandian people are amongst the friendliest people in Africa, this could be a reason why the endangered mountain Gorillas of Uganda and Rwanda still bemuse themselves by the visitors.

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Tanzania is an African destination exhibiting magnificent wildlife, mountains, lakes and scenery. Almost a quarter of the country is made up of protected national parks and reserves and to top it all, within Tanzania lies the Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro and a spice island paradise Zanzibar. With internationally famed game parks like Ngorongoro, Serengeti and Manyara, where wildlife roam in teeming numbers, a safari here is an unforgettable experience. The amazing tree-climbing lions are perhaps the most celebrated spectacle of Lake Manyara Park, along with the pink flamingos which decorate the shallow soda lake together with the 400 species of bird found here.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a UNESCO protected World Heritage Site, is a huge crater, with 2 000 foot sheer walls, creating a spectacular natural amphitheatre. It houses a diverse range of eco-systems and visitors have a very good chance of spotting all of the ‘Big Five’ on any given day. Situated between Lake Manyara and the Serengeti National Park, the area comprises the Ngorongoro Crater itself and Olduvai Gorge, also known to be the cradle of mankind. The famous Serengeti National Park is known to the Masai as the ‘endless plains’. This park is the wildebeest’s chosen location for their epic annual migration, hailed as the world’s most incredible natural spectacle.


Kenya is the perfect safari destination, with its far-reaching plains and innumerable wildebeest, zebra, antelope. It is also a land of breath-taking contrasts, where the snowy peaks of Mount Kenya stand remote in their grandeur above the vast, dry grasslands and the semi-desert scrublands of Samburi between the totally unexpecting green and fertile country.
In Kenya you will see two of nature’s most spectacular and majestic phenomena. Nearly a million migratory pink flamingos lend Lake Nakuru its blush, unforgettable sight in the shallows. Countless wildlife documentaries have recorded this awe-inspiring sight of over a million wildebeest (gnu) with their thundering hooves, as they migrate from the Serengeti in the south to the Masai Mara, searching for fresh grasslands between July and October each year.


The Ugandian people are known to be amongst the friendliest and warmest people on the African continent. The country of Uganda is landlocked with three Great Lakes: Lake Edaward, Lake Albert and Lake Victoria. Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa and the second largest lake on the globe being as large as 68800 square km large.
The country is mostly a plateau with rolling hills, where grasslands and tropical forest dominate the central region. To the border of the southwestern border between Uganda and the DRC, the peaks are snow capped. The mountains of Uganda are home to some amazing wildlife, including the endangered eastern mountain gorilla.


Rwanda has two other wildlife reserves of distinction – the Nyungwe National Park in the southwest and the Akagera National Park in the east.
Rwanda’s most famous wild inhabitants live not far from Rubavu, in the Volcanoes National Park. This is the best known location for tracking the endangered mountain gorilla.



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