Safari options are almost endless and the area we cover is vast, but below is a brief guide to different regions, perhaps one or two will interest you more than others. It is difficult to fit it all into one safari though and hence we have several people who come back to us year after year. But when it becomes daunting remember we are here to talk you through it!
For those interested for a photographic safari, Tanzania is probably the most iconic destination since it is home to the famous Wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater, Kilimanjaro and the mysterious and beautiful island of Zanzibar. It is also rewarding to add on a side trip to the Chimpanzees on Lake Tanganyika or the gorillas in Rwanda.
Home of the safari, Kenya offers a rich tradition in African exploration and discovery. Experience private reserves in the highlands, elephants in the shadows of Kilimanjaro and the world-famous Masai Mara or you can enjoy on the beach of Mombasa and Lamu.
Kenya is as much about her people as she is about her wildlife heritage.
Known as the Jewel of Africa, Uganda is home to the Queen Elizabeth National Park, Murchison Falls, The Nile River and tree climbing lions. The Bwindi impenetrable forest is a refuge to some of the world’s last remaining wild mountain gorillas.
This small African country has a troubled past but is today quickly becoming one of Africa’s fastest developing countries. While wildlife areas have not yet reached their full potential, Rwanda is one of the few remaining places in the world mountain gorillas call home. Even an hour spent in the company of these amazing animals is a rich and rewarding experience.
More iconic locations with the famous Victoria Falls and the nearby Victoria Falls Hotel, which is a grand old colonial-era masterpiece. There are many numbers of good wildlife destinations nearby as well. Also ask about our own small luxury tented camp, which is semi-mobile and may just be set up at a location not to be missed.