Go wild with gorillas, chimps, and tree-climbing lions!



Visit two of Tanzania’s largest and most untouched reserves as you enjoy a luxury tented safari in the Nyerere National Park (Selous) and Ruaha National Park.

Be far removed from daily life as you relax in the heart of the Tanzanian wilderness. Expect fantastic game viewing, exciting daily activities, wonderful hospitality and unforgettable memories.


  • Fly-in itinerary – spend more time on safari
  • Intimate and exclusive tented camps
  • Ideal for romantics who enjoy adventure
  • Game drives, walks and river safaris
  • Fantastic birdwatching and photography


Day to day


Laid-back living on Lake Victoria

Entebbe is the laid back alternative to Kampala when beginning and ending your Ugandan vacation. This modern and picturesque city – though not the capital – is home to the country’s international airport and is sprawled across the banks of Africa’s largest lake, the magnificent Lake Victoria. Kampala is little over an hour inland and to the north, while Entebbe itself is the very gateway to all that Uganda has to offer. Visitors to the city can take to the Mabamba Swamps in a wooden canoe to spot the shy Shoebill, spend a day strolling about Entebbe’s Wildlife Education Centre – home to an array of interesting animals, or relax in the Entebbe Botanical Gardens and

Powerful Murchison’s mammoth falls


Crossing a great 350,000ha, it will not shock anyone that Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s biggest natural life save – however that is not this genuine Eden brings to the table. Four of the Big 5 wander about and taste at the edge of the Victoria Nile whose waters in the end burst through a limited stone face in an intense deluge and drop down a precarious bluff before arriving at the base in a foamy wrath. Welcome to Murchison Falls! Alongside Bugungu Wildlife Reserve and Karuma Wildlife Reserve, the recreation center structures some portion of the more prominent Murchison Falls Conservation Area in north-west Uganda. Frequently known as the Kabalega Falls (after an incredible Bunyoro…

Monkey in Kibale Forest

Open savannah merges into woodland, tropical forest, and evergreen rainforest; creating one of the last expanses of land in Uganda to boast both lowland and montane forest. The 80,000ha Kibale Forest National Park’s biodiverse terrain is home to the highest diversity and concentration of primates found on the entire continent; ranging from L’Hoest’s monkey to the red colobus monkey, and other endangered chimpanzees. A large wildlife corridor links Kibale to Queen Elizabeth National Park, where herds of African elephants roam freely between both sanctuaries.

Home to the blue bloods of the animal kingdom


Visitors will find it hard to believe that Queen Elizabeth National Park was ravaged by a war some decades ago. Uganda’s best-loved park has bounced back from its turbulent history and is now the country’s most visited park. The park is home to tree-climbing lions, 600 species of bird, and a magnificent landscape of acacia woodland, savannah, and swamps dotted by crater lakes, cones, and other volcanic features. Under 400km from Uganda’s capital and largest city, Kampala, Queen Elizabeth National Park’s boundaries protect a plethora of wildlife sure to make every safari-goer’s dreams come true.

Reveal the verdant privileged insights of Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Patches of fog are frequently observed moving through the verdant valleys of rich afro-montane backwoods in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Flanking the DRC and in the south-west corner of the nation, a few pieces of the recreation center stretch out over 2,600m above ocean level and feature great conflicts between afro-montane timberland and fields backwoods. Bwindi’s vine-shrouded, greenery rich overhangs make a safe house for the fundamentally jeopardized mountain gorilla. It is likewise one of three places on the planet where guests can follow these brilliant primates.

Live among the superb mountain gorillas


Home to the basically imperiled mountain gorilla and a mountain chain of antiquated volanoes, Volcanoes National Park is one of the most foreseen pieces of visiting Rwanda and one of the fundamental reasons numerous voyagers go to the nation in any case. It highlights radiant perspectives, lavish woods and a few sumptuous hotels.

  •  Scheduled flights, including safety fees, according to itinerary
  • While resident at the camps – Guests are covered for local medical evacuation
  • International flights
  • Airport taxes
  • All meals and drinks not specified
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

 An exclusive safari in some of Tanzania’s most vast and remote wilderness areas. Enjoy gorgeous hand-picked safari camps & amazing personalised service.

Liesel van Zyl

Product Manager