Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania Jungle Plains and Island Tour
East Africa surpasses desires with its perfect scenes and prime natural life experiences. The principal leg of this outing happens in Rwanda, where voyagers can follow mountain gorillas. The Maasai Mara and interminable Serengeti fields are straightaway, including potential sightings of the Big 5 and the Great Wildebeest Migration. At last, an island escape is the good to beat all on the white sea shores of Zanzibar – it’s a definitive end to an uncommon experience.
- 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
Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Kigali has overcome its dark past to become one of the most striking and secure cities in Africa and the pride of Rwanda. Lush hillsides rise up to meandering avenues and streets bustling with people in this cosmopolitan metropolis. Located in the geographical heart of Rwanda, Kigali is also a launchpad from which to explore the country’s many natural wonders. The vibrant shopping malls in the city centre with their boutiques and coffee shops display the modern nature of the city.
Live among the great mountain gorillas
Home to the critically-endangered mountain gorilla and a mountain chain of ancient volanoes, Volcanoes National Park is one of the most anticipated parts of visiting Rwanda and one of the main reasons many travellers come to the country in the first place. It features magnificent views, lush forests and several luxurious lodges.
The entryway to Rwanda’s fortunes
Like a phoenix becoming alive once again, Kigali has conquered its dull past to get one of the most striking and secure urban communities in Africa and the pride of Rwanda. Rich slopes ascend to wandering roads and boulevards clamoring with individuals in this cosmopolitan city. Situated in the land heart of Rwanda, Kigali is likewise a launchpad from which to investigate the nation’s numerous characteristic marvels. The dynamic shopping centers in the downtown area with their boutiques and bistros show the advanced idea of the city.
Your door to Kenya’s marvels
The gateway to Kenya is its capital city, Nairobi. As the transportation hub of the country, the city’s airports, roads, trains, and bus stations are responsible for ferrying guests to the aquamarine waters of the coastline, the expansive Rift Valley Lake region, and wide open savannahs of the Maasai Mara or the verdant landscapes in the central highlands. The Kenyan capital is, however, well worth exploring in its own right. The continent’s largest and second-largest mountains, Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, are visible from the city on a clear day. Just west of the city, Karen Blixen’s legendary Ngong Hills rest against the landscape.
Go on safari in Kenya’s most eminent nature save
The Maasai Mara National Reserve is without a doubt Kenya’s generally outstanding and worshipped save. Its sheer size—stretching out to and in the long run joining Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park—and tough enemy of poaching frameworks have put it on the map for its amazing populaces of lion, cheetah, and panther. It is likewise celebrated for being one of the favorite premises of the Great Wildebeest Migration.
Witness the Great Migration on Safari in the Serengeti
Extending itself across 1.5 million hectares of land, the Serengeti National Park is known for its noteworthy populace of natural life—most strikingly the Big 5. It is maybe increasingly prestigious for being a piece of the phase on which the yearly Great Migration plays out. Every year, more than 2,000,000 wildebeest, a reasonable number of gazelles, and little after of zebra look for better touching territories by relocating south in the Serengeti, at that point west and north into the Maasai Mara before in the long run returning.
A chain of island heavens
The Zanzibar Archipelago is comprised of a chain of islands in the Indian Ocean off the bank of Tanzania. Hundreds of years prior, the island was a significant territory for the flavor exchange, first with the Arab world since the eleventh century, before falling under the standard of Arab kings who ruled over the islands for various years, incorporating with the nearby Swahili. Unguja Island is the biggest of all islands in the archipelago and all the more ordinarily known as Zanzibar. Stone Town, covered with Indo-Arabian design, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- 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.
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