Winter in African countries usually begins in May and ends in September or October, and it just might be one of the best seasons for wildlife viewing. Tourists in the northern Hemisphere should take advantage of summer vacation months and book a safari. There are several benefits to vacationing in Africa at this time. Milder
Hiking safaris offer some of the best opportunities to spot wildlife and other natural wonders. Check out this 9-day itinerary that brings you around Uganda’s nature-filled hot spots. Day 1 Kampala – Mbarara Arrival at Entebbe airport. Transfer to Kasese via Mbarara for lunch at the L. View Hotel. The journey takes you along the L.
If you’re traveling to Uganda, wildlife sighting is probably at the top of your list. Check out this pre-vetted itinerary, designed to bring you through some of Uganda’s best parks for spotting wildlife. DAY 1: From Kampala, head north through the districts of Luwero and Masindi with their traditional farms and villages. Reach the Murchison Falls N. P.
If you know anything about Uganda, you know this is a hotbed for gorillas. That said, any trip to Uganda would be incomplete without at least an attempt to sight gorillas. If you need some help planning the trip, check out this gorilla-geared itinerary. Day 1 Kampala – Bwindi An early start from Kampala takes you
Mount Meru is the second highest mountain in Tanzania at 4,5685m. and the fifth highest in Africa. It is best to allow three days for climbing Meru since it involves a 3,500m altitude trek. There are two huts available to climbers on the mountain and firewood is supplied. The best time to climb Meru is
Camping is among the best ways to experience all Kenya and Tanzania have to offer. Check out this popular, pre-planned itinerary for some great ideas about roughing it in the wilderness. Day 1: Nairobi- Samburu Game Reserve Pick up from your hotel at 0700 hrs and passing the majestic Mt. Kenya en route to the open savannah of
Visiting Tanzania is better when you do it with family! Here’s a great, relaxing, and family-friendly Tanzania family safari vacation to get the planning going. Day 1: Arrival – Arusha On arriving Kilimanjaro international airport, our guide will meet you and drive you to Kibo Palace hotel for overnight stay. Day 2 : Arusha-Lake Manyara National Park Depart Arusha
Students of all disciplines will find something to love about Tanzania. This itinerary takes into account what students might enjoy, and it’s also relatively budget-friendly. Day 0: Arrival – Arusha Pick up from the airport on arrival and transfer you to Arusha Crown hotel for overnight stay and relaxation. 9 Days Tanzania Day 1: Arusha – Ilkiding Cultural Visit Breakfast
Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya with its own snow and ice capped rocks peaks standing high above beautiful agricultural country. There are three main peaks on Mt. Kenya. We offer an itinerary to Pt Lenana (4,985m) which, while a hard climb, can be achieved by a reasonably fit person. Other treks up the mountain
Camping as a family is among the best experiences you can have in Kenya. This is a great, pre-designed trip that hits all the best family-friendly camping sites in some of the country’s most beautiful places. Day 1 – Arrival Pick up from the airport on arrival and transfer to Nairobi safari club hotel for Dinner