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Tanzania Kenya Uganda

Tanzania Safaris Experience

The astonishing diversity and concentration of wildlife, from the immense Serengeti and towering Mount Kilimanjaro to the remote national parks of Katavi and Mahale are what gives Tanzania its appeal of 'Real Africa'.

Tanzania also boasts over 1 000 bird species, and Lake Manyara is a year round birding destination.

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Tanzania incorporates the Zanzibar archipelago

Tanzania incorporates the Zanzibar archipelago, the fertile, coral islands of Zanzibar and Pemba. Tanzania's habitats range from afro-alpine to semi-desert and offer excellent game viewing throughout the year as not all animals migrate and are year round residents.


The Kenya Safari Experience

Kenya's diverse areas range from highlands over low plains to sandy beaches on the coast of the Indian Ocean. The Great Rift Valley is home to Africa's biggest fresh water lake - Lake Victoria.

The plateaus boast the highest point in the country: Mount Kenya.

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Masai Mara National Reserve

There's the opportunity of witnessing one of nature's natural wonders the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra and the chance of seeing the Big Five. You can visit the bustling city of Nairobi, go snorkelling on coral reefs or visit a traditional Maasai village - the opportunities!


Uganda Safaris Experience

When it comes to rare mammal species in Uganda, almost immediately the mountain gorilla is mentioned. But in Uganda, with its abundant flora and fauna, lives an even rarer mammal: the Rothschild’s giraffe (also called Uganda giraffe or Baringo giraffe)..

When you visit the Ugandan parks Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and Lake Mburo National Park, be aware of the fact that when you see Rothschild’s giraffes, they are the last of their kind

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Will the Rothschild’s giraffe survive?

Since 2007 the Rothschild’s giraffe is recognized as a species and not as a subspecies. In 2012 the Rothschild’s giraffe was listed endangered by IUCN. If no immediate action is taken, the Rothschild’s giraffe will extinct in the near future. Extra bitter is the fact that there are almost as much of these beautiful animals in zoos around the world as there are in the wild.


Zanzibar Safaris Experience

Zanzibar, the very name conjures up images of sun soaked, white beaches stretching to the far horizon, lined with palm trees. Of the scent of tropical spices wafting on the air, as the cloves dry at the side of the roads. Of fresh fruit, ripe and glistening ready to be eaten or fresh seafood lovingly prepared and served to you as you lounge on a Zanzibari bed by the pool.

The archipelago of Zanzibar includes Unguja and Pemba Islands and numerous smaller islands.

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Zanzibar Archipelago

The main island is Unguja, which is usually improperly called Zanzibar. Stone Town is the capital, with its winding convoluted streets, ornately carved doors, churches and minarets and neon signs it is a fascinating mixture of culture and ages. Steeped in history, it is a proclaimed world heritage site.

Culture Travel

Exploring the Cultures of East Africa

For thousands, if not millions, of years, East Africa has been inhabited by human beings. With a rich history featuring towering kingdoms and vital trade networks, the entire East African region has been chopped and changed into the diverse area that it is today. Encompassing no less than 19 territories, there remains several common threads that run through the region, uniting the peoples who live there via a shared heritage of colonialism, Islamic conquest and eventually, independence.

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As much as these different East African countries have in common

there are also distinct differences as a result of the over a hundred different cultures, dozens of different languages and diverse opinions relating to national identity

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