Touring East Africa offers a distinct and different vacation experience for the adventuresome traveler. Hot dusty landscapes of the deserts, clear cool waters of the jungle and snow-capped mountains are a joy to the senses. Watch the annual migration of the wildebeests or photograph the most stunning scenery in the world. Lodge in luxury or rough it in minimal camps. Your journey is your choice, but the beauty is Africa’s to offer.
View wildlife in its glory (and natural habitat) from a truck or on foot. Kenya is the world’s classic safari destination.
The region offers extraordinary wildlife on display, there are no crowds, only you and the wilderness. Stay a day or two in the city of Nairobi or visit the beaches. Kenya will be in your memory forever.
Take a wild trip to the jungles and deserts of Africa. Climb Mount Kilimanjaro and listen to the wildebeests rumble across the national parks like Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater.
Walk the white sands of Zanzibar or visit Lake Victoria, the largest African lake, count millions of stars in the evening sky or photograph a lion or zebra. Camp in luxury or rough it. You will be telling stories about Tanzania forever.
Tanzania & Kenya – (more)
As the world’s classic safari destinations, Kenya and Tanzania provide a wonderland of game. Nothing can match the wonder of millions of migrating wildebeest, stretched out in lines across the plains, as far as the eye can see, with thousands of zebra and gazelle mixed in. And, never far from view, predating lions, cheetah, jackal and hyena. Even if you don’t fancy yourself a botanist, the wildflowers in East Africa will open a whole new floral world to you and, make sure you bring extra batteries for your camera.
Whether you have dreamt of capturing that one special picture on safari or not, you will be taking thousands of photos. Kenya has a long tradition of tourism; with its mix of savanna and woodlands, while Tanzania boasts such fabled destinations as the Serengeti Plain and the Ngorongoro Crater, as well as fascinating places like the Sanjan Gorge and Ol Donyo Lengai – East Africa’s only live volcano.
Lodges in East Africa range from the simple to the luxurious, from the common place to the unique. The lodges of East Africa are as varied as the different habitats they occupy, and as individual as their owners. Each has the local experts – their daily life interacting with the African bush makes them so. As a guest at private game sanctuaries, farms, beach houses, or secluded tented camps, each lodging offers you a unique adventure enriched with African hospitality. You share the wonders, the wildlife, the vastness that is Africa, with those who have chosen the wilderness of this land for their homes.