Places to visit

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  • 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...

  • 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 ...

  • 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...

  • Nairobi Kenya

    Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya and the city and its environs also from the Nairobi Province. The name "Nairobi" comes from the phrase "Enkare nyirobi" whi...

  • Mombasa Kenya

    It is the second largest city in Kenya, lying on the Indian Ocean and is the centre of the Coastal tourism industry. The original Arabic name is manbasa, in Swahili it is call...

  • Kisumu Kenya

    Kisumu is the second most important city after Kampala in greater Lake Victoria Basin. Kisumu has a number of tourist attractions such as the Kisumu Museum which contains p...

  • Lake Bisina

    Located between Mount Elgon National Park and the Pian Upe Game Reserve, Lake Bisina is a small freshwater lake in eastern Uganda....

  • Lake Naivasha

    A broad but shallow freshwater lake, Lake Naivasha is a family friendly playground perfect for boating or walking safaris on Crescent Island, a private game reserve populat...

  • Lake Tana & Bahir Dar

    The source of the Blue Nile, Lake Tana is the largest lake in Ethiopia....

  • Lake Chala Day Trip

    Get away from the beaten path with this day trip to beautiful Lake Chala. Located on the Kenya-Tanzania border, this gorgeous crater lake is a slice of paradise far removed...

  • Lake Kariba

    One of the largest man-made lakes in the world, Lake Kariba straddles the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe and boasts a shoreline that is more than 2,000 kilometers in le...

  • Lake Kwania

    Connected to Lake Kyoga, Lake Kwania is a popular fishing destination for Nile Tilapia and Nile Perch....

  • Lake Kyoga

    Lake Kyoga is a large, shallow lake to the north of Jinja. Fed by water from Lake Victoria and the nearby Mount Elgon National Park, Kyoga is home to a large number of fish an...

  • Lake Manyara National Park

    Met een verscheidenheid aan landschappen, Lake Manyara National Park biedt eengevarieerde safari ervaring die de bezoeker een kans geeft om van alles te zien van de...

  • Twin Lakes

    While not quite as well-known as beautiful Lake Kivu, the twin lakes of Burera and Ruhonda are considerably closer to the gorilla trekking region and are quite beautiful in th...

  • Lake Mburo National Park

    Located close to Kampala as well as Bwindi Impenetrable and Queen Elizabeth National Parks, Lake Mburo is a popular playground where activities that are often forbidden wit...

  • Lake Victoria

    Africa’s largest lake is also the second largest in the world, and standing on its shores is not so different to standing on the beach and looking out at the ocean....

  • Lake Edward

    The smallest of Africa’s Great Lakes, Lake Edward and nearby Lake George are most famous for their role in the popular Kazinga Channel - where thousands take pleasure cruise...

  • Lake Natron

    Lake Natron is situated in northern Tanzania on the border with Kenya, close to the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The lake is in the vicinity o...

  • Lake Victoria

    Lake Victoria has three island shores which are worth a visit, Ukrewe, Rubondo and Ukara island. The lake and the surrounding offers several tourist activities such as, fishin...

  • Lake Eyasi

    Home to the Hadzabe bushmen, Lake Eyasi is one of the few places remaining in Africa where tribal life is still maintained relatively untouched by the development of the re...

  • Lake Tanganyika

    The oldest of the African Rift lakes was formed around twenty million years ago with tectonic movements of the East African Rift Valley. Lake Tanganyika is fed by different ri...

  • 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...

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