Places to visit

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  • Kenya National Parks

    Kenya National Parks...

  • Arusha Town Tanzania

    Arusha is your gateway to the safari adventures that can be found on the famed northern circuit, Arusha is a dynamic and bustling city where Africa and the west collide in a d...

  • Bagamoyo Tanzania

    Once a vital cog in the slave exchange that took slaves from the Lake Manyara region to Zanzibar for sale, Bagamoyo would later become a rallying point for missionaries seekin...

  • Karatu

    The town of Karatu is located at the southern end of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Karatu is a safari gateway to the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater....

  • Dar es Salaam

    Dar es Salaam and its surrounding offers great activities, such as snorkeling and diving at the Bongoyo Island Marine Reserve. The reserve, which is located just seven km nort...

  • Volcanoes National Park

    Dominated by five towering volcanoes, the heavily rain forested Volcanoes National Park is the jewel in Rwanda's national parks, a stunning mist-shrouded forest that is home t...

  • Akagera National Park

    Rwanda's safari destination, Akagera is a small park on the eastern side of the country perfect for a day trip from Kigali or an extended visit. Home to some of Africa's most ...

  • Nyungwe Forest National Park

    Located in the south of Rwanda, Nyungwe National Park is a primate playground alive with life. From its iconic chimpanzees to the other primate species such as colobus monkeys...

  • Kenya Coast

    The Coast of Kenya or Indian Ocean Coast line is a glorious ribbon of silver and sapphire, bright coral and white beaches. The unique Swahili culture, a fusion of the many inf...

  • Lake Bogoria National Reserve

    Lake Bogoria National Reserve is a beautiful place with the pink cloud of flamingoes and the geysers bubbling with the most spectacular hot water volcanic springs. Much more i...

  • Mount Kenya National Park

    Mount Kenya is the Kenya’s biggest mountain ranging between 1600m - 5199m above sea level and second after Mt Kilimanjaro and is an extinct volcano at the equator located in...

  • Samburu National Reserve

    The Samburu National Reserve lies on the hot and arid vast desert once known as the Northern frontier district. It is a less crowded reserve, but offering great encounter. The...

  • Ol Payeta Conservancy

    Ol Payeta Conservancy is the non-profit wildlife conservancy, a sanctuary for chimpanzee and generates income for wildlife tourism for and community development. It is home to...

  • Lake Nakuru National Park

    Lake Nakuru National Park is the Kenya’s first rhino sanctuary is established in this park since the rhino is an endangered species. The park hosts large population of these...

  • Amboseli National Park

    Amboseli is a place of wide dry plains with the horizons stretching to farthest to become with the sky and is dotted with green swamps and semi-arid acacia trees and grasses w...

  • Buffalo Spring Reserve

    The reserve is popular with tourists because of its diverse and unique wildlife. Among the vegetation which is mainly acacia woodland and bush-lands and river-line forests the...

  • Maasai Mara National Reserve

    Maasai Mara (Masai Mara) is one of Africa’s Greatest Wildlife Reserves and it is one of the best known and most popular reserves. Maasai Mara and the Serengeti National Park...

  • Moshi Tanzania

    The town of Moshi, located on the lower slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro, is the center of coffee production in Tanzania. Worth a visit in Moshi and its vicinity are the coffee roa...

  • Dodoma Tanzania

    Dodoma, located in the center of Tanzania, is the countries official political capital. The city's surrounding landscape is rich in agriculture with a growing wine industry an...

  • Tanga Tanzania

    Tanga, Tanzania's second biggest seaport after Dar es Salaam, is situated on the northern part of Tanzania's coastline close to the border with Kenya. The town is a center for...

  • The River Nile

    Few names conjure up images of exotic mystery quite as much as the River Nile. Commonly associated with Egypt, the Nile actually finds its birth here in Uganda - wi...

  • Kigali

    Rwanda's capital is a green, clean city that is fast becoming the envy of cities across not only Africa, but the world. Visitors often describe Kigali not only as Africa's cle...

  • Lake Kivu

    Lake Kivu is among the Great lakes of Africa. It lies on the border between the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda, and is in the Albertine (western) Rift, a part of t...

  • Olduvai Gorge

    Located roughly halfway between Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge is one of the most significant palaeontological sites in the world – showing evidence of inhab...

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