The Masai Mara region is considered the jewel of African wildlife and nowhere on the continent can you find the same abundance and variety of wild animals.
A visit to Bwindi is a magnificent green swathe of dense rainforest and is one of the most biologically diverse areas on earth and a recently proclaimed World Heritage Site. Lake Victoria, and climb into Uganda mountain.
Ngorongoro Crater, the largest intact caldera in the world teams with an abundance of wildlife permanently resident on the crater floor. A visit to Ngorongoro Conservation Area with greatest concentration of wildlife.
Your trek again starts in the cultivated foothills. Upon sighting the gorillas, you will stay with them for a magical hour as they go about their daily life, feeding, playing, resting; raising their young. Coming face to face with a giant silverback ...
Interesting places to visit include the baboon cliff, the lion hill and the Mau escarpment. The park is one of the best game viewing parks with various animal species including prides of lion, Cape buffalo, waterbucks, the endangered giraffes.
The Maasai Mara ecosystem holds one of the highest lion a density in the world and this is also where millions of wildebeest and zebra take part in the annual migration.
Game drives in Ishasha sector, home to the famous tree-climbing lions and the large herds of game. The scenic beauty, the size of the euphorbias and combination of riverine forest, Savannah plain and equatorial forest makes it memorable.
Enjoy morning game drive. Queen Elizabeth National Park's diverse eco-system of grassy plains, tropical forest, rivers, swamps, lakes and volcanic craters is home to an incredible abundance of wildlife.
Prides of lions, herds of Cape buffalo, impala, Thompson gazelles, rhino, giraffes, golden & black-backed jackal, zebra, cheetah, leopard and the spotted hyena freely roam on the crater floor plains.
The Serengeti ecosystem supports the greatest remaining concentration of plains game in Africa, including more than three million large mammals. Serengeti National Park is Tanzania’s oldest park.
The Samburu culture is a truly fascinating one, sharing a great deal of ancestral and linguistic ties to the Maasai. Game viewing drive circumventing Lake Nakuru which is situated in heart of the Rift Valley.