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$259

Masai Mara Budget Safari

Masai Mara Budget Safari

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Departure:Feb 24, 2018
  • Book before:Feb 23, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Masai Mara
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Set off on the greatest wildlife viewing experiences in Kenya with this Masai Mara Safari tours, and go on an adventure of a lifetime.

This safari features three days and two nights from Nairobi to Masai Mara. This is a gem for any traveler because you will see large numbers of wildlife in their natural habitat. This is also an excellent tour for bird watchers.

Masai Mara:
Mara means “mottled”, which is how the Maasai gave it its name due to its expansive open plains mottled with woodlands. Situated in the Great Rift Valley, the Maasai Mara is proudly Kenya’s largest national reserve with an area of 320 square km.

Although it is actually the northernmost part of a larger ecosystem encompassing Kenya’s Loita plains and Tanzania’s Serengeti, which makes up a total of 25,000 square km. The largest river, the Mara River, runs north to south through the reserve, towards Lake Victoria through Tanzania. That being said, wildlife is bountiful in the area, game viewing is exciting anytime throughout the year – Although the peak is during the annual wildebeest migration from July to October.

There is a large number of other plains game include zebras, different species of antelopes, giraffes and warthog, which are residents of the are all year round. The Mara is a perfect kingdom for the lions but there are also smaller predators such as cheetahs, hyenas and jackals that roam the Mara area.

Another natural inhabitant is, of course, the Maasai people. A semi-nomadic ethnic group known as fierce warriors and have largely remained very independent, staying strong to their traditional values and lifestyle. The Maasai never hunt, but live peacefully alongside the wildlife in harmony, this co-existence makes the Maasai Mara one of the world’s most interesting and unique wilderness regions. For more information about Kenya, click here, and for more information about Masai Mara, click here.

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Seats remaining: 5

Kenya

$350

Masai Mara Safari

Masai Mara Safari

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Departure:Feb 28, 2018
  • Book before:Feb 26, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Masai Mara
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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Visit the world-renowned game reserve of Kenya. Embark on a three-day-two-night Masai Mara Budget Safari from Nairobi and experience the great safari activities for a better price. The Masai Mara is regarded as one of Kenya’s wildlife viewing jewels, as there is an abundance of African wildlife that can be spotted by just going around the reserve, the Mara is also a place with a good chance of spotting the ‘Big Five’ (Lions, Rhinos, Buffalos, Elephants & Leopards) as well as other cheetah’s, hippo’s crocodiles and much more.

The reserve is positioned at 1,600 metres on the Great Rift Valley, which is a fault line that was formed roughly around 20 million years ago when the Earth’s crust began to weaken and tear apart, causing plenty of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that caused the valley floor to sink and create the wide flat plains. The Mara has a rainy season that runs through the months of November all the way until May. Whilst their dry season is beginning from June to November.

The Masai Mara, whilst famed for being the central hub of African wildlife and containing the ‘Big Five’, it is probably more renowned for hosting part of the annual migration of Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes. This great migration starts off from the plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania, where the plains there have either dried up or are drying up, and commences the beginning of the migration from the Serengeti into the Masai Mara. This is the largest multi-species migration, with over 1.5 million Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes that are crossing the plains and also through the Mara River. The period of this Great Migration is usually around the end of July until the end of October, which makes the ideal time to embark on this Masai Mara Budget Safari experience. For information regarding Kenya and its highlights click here. For information about the Masai Mara, click here.

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Seats remaining: 4

Kenya

$453

Lake Naivasha - Masai Mara

Lake Naivasha - Masai Mara

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Departure:Feb 28, 2018
  • Book before:Feb 26, 2018
  • Duration:4 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Lake Naivasha, Masai Mara
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake in the Kenya section of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, and is located north west of Nairobi with the town of Naivasha on its north eastern shore. At 1,890 meters (6,200 ft) above sea level, the lake is at the highest point in the Kenyan rift, and is set in a complex geological combination of volcanic rocks and sedimentary deposits from a much larger Pleistocene era lake. Because the outlet for this ancient lake, now called Njorwa Gorge, is today much higher than the lake, the original Lake Naivasha must have indeed been a truly vast expanse of water. The gorge now forms the entrance to the Hell’s Gate National Park which, for obvious reasons, today contains some spectacular examples of water and weather-worn rock formations as well as an abundance of flora and fauna to include some extremely rare, resident breeding pairs of Lammergeyers, otherwise known as Bearded vultures.

Apart from transient streams, Lake Naivasha is fed by the perennial Malewa and Gilgil rivers and, most unusually, it now has no visible outlet. However, it must be assumed that such a large body of water has to have an underground outflow through a volcanic fissure or similar somewhere beneath the expanse of its lake bed, and it has been suggested that the water emerges through the fresh but hot water springs at Lake Magadi, an otherwise brackish and pinkish coloured soda lake 120kms to the south.
Because this is a volcanic area, as witnessed by Mount Longonot, an extinct nearby volcano to the south east, and ancient fumaroles – including the tiny but spectacular Crater Lake – to the west, Kenya is blessed with the presence of the Olkarria Geothermal electrical generating complex – high in the hills just to the south – which feeds massive amounts of much needed power into the national grid.

Since the lake’s underground outflow might perhaps be limited in size, the lake has a surface area of between 140 and 180 km² depending on the rainfall although, and in years gone by, it has been known to either dry up altogether or to expand exponentially during the somewhat cyclic curse of the El Nino weather system which creates flood chaos with its multiple or lengthy torrential rain storms. It has an average depth of 6 meters (20 ft), and its deepest point of 30 meters (100 feet) is off Crescent Island which is a wildlife conservation area. For more information regarding Lake Naivasha, click here.

The Masai Mara, whilst famed for being the central hub of African wildlife and containing the ‘Big Five’, it is probably more renowned for hosting part of the annual migration of Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes. This great migration starts off from the plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania, where the plains there have either dried up or are drying up, and commences the beginning of the migration from the Serengeti into the Masai Mara. This is the largest multi-species migration, with over 1.5 million Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes that are crossing the plains and also through the Mara River. The period of this Great Migration is usually around the end of July until the end of October, which makes the ideal time to embark on this Masai Mara Budget Safari experience. For information regarding Kenya and its highlights click here. For information about the Masai Mara, click here.

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Seats remaining: 4

Kenya

$259

Masai Mara Budget Safari

Masai Mara Budget Safari

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Departure:Feb 28, 2018
  • Book before:Feb 26, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Masai Mara
  • Special Interest:
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Set off on the greatest wildlife viewing experiences in Kenya with this Masai Mara Safari tours, and go on an adventure of a lifetime.

This safari features three days and two nights from Nairobi to Masai Mara. This is a gem for any traveler because you will see large numbers of wildlife in their natural habitat. This is also an excellent tour for bird watchers.

Masai Mara:
Mara means “mottled”, which is how the Maasai gave it its name due to its expansive open plains mottled with woodlands. Situated in the Great Rift Valley, the Maasai Mara is proudly Kenya’s largest national reserve with an area of 320 square km.

Although it is actually the northernmost part of a larger ecosystem encompassing Kenya’s Loita plains and Tanzania’s Serengeti, which makes up a total of 25,000 square km. The largest river, the Mara River, runs north to south through the reserve, towards Lake Victoria through Tanzania. That being said, wildlife is bountiful in the area, game viewing is exciting anytime throughout the year – Although the peak is during the annual wildebeest migration from July to October.

There is a large number of other plains game include zebras, different species of antelopes, giraffes and warthog, which are residents of the are all year round. The Mara is a perfect kingdom for the lions but there are also smaller predators such as cheetahs, hyenas and jackals that roam the Mara area.

Another natural inhabitant is, of course, the Maasai people. A semi-nomadic ethnic group known as fierce warriors and have largely remained very independent, staying strong to their traditional values and lifestyle. The Maasai never hunt, but live peacefully alongside the wildlife in harmony, this co-existence makes the Maasai Mara one of the world’s most interesting and unique wilderness regions. For more information about Kenya, click here, and for more information about Masai Mara, click here.

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Seats remaining: 5

Uganda

$795

Road trip Safari to Kidepo Valley National Park

Road trip Safari to Kidepo Valley National Park

  • Departure city:Kampala
  • Departure:Feb 28, 2018
  • Book before:Feb 27, 2018
  • Duration:5 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Kidepo Valley NP
  • Special Interest:Cultural Tour, Wildlife Safari
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Discover the untamed nature of Uganda’s Kidepo Valley Nation Park. It will be like entering the setting of the Lion King movie. In 5 days you will explore the Northen Part of the country, go to the Kidepo valley, and meet the local Karamajong people!

Nestled in the wild frontier region of Uganda, Kidepo Valley National Park is apparently the most isolated national park in Uganda but still stands out to be one of the best virgin places every wildlife viewer can ever visit in Uganda. This virgin national park is undoubtedly among the best wilderness areas in Africa, harboring a couple of extinct species of wildlife that can’t be found in any other Ugandan national park. Kidepo is right at the core of a Savannah landscape right next to a few mountainous bodies. Kidepo national park is a true gem with a huge abundance of wildlife. It remains a true rendition of tourism in Uganda but remains unknown to many! Kidepo Valley National Park was gazetted into a national park in the year 1962 and currently hosts over 75 species of mammals and 470 species of birds. All these fall in a prime game viewing location. Mammal species include: elephants, buffaloes, cheetahs, bush pig, leopards, Burchell’s zebra, oribis, giraffes, Jacksons’ hartebeest, rare patas monkey and reedbucks.

The local communities around the park include pastoral Karamojong people, similar to the Maasai of Kenya, and the IK, a hunter-gatherer tribe whose survival is threatened. Many Karamojong like Masai of Kenya, prefer to wear “traditional” dress of a blanket -like a shawl with bright red colors. Experience their ‘manyatta’ (homesteads) and also the kraal’s where their cows stay.

 

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Seats remaining: 5

Tanzania

$435

Lake Manyara & Ngorongoro crater

Lake Manyara & Ngorongoro crater

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Departure:Mar 01, 2018
  • Book before:Feb 28, 2018
  • Duration:2 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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If you do not have plenty of time but want to experience Tanzania’s wildlife and beauty, then this is the perfect trip for you! This short and intense trip will bring you to two of the most spectacular national parks with our Tanzania adventure tours.

The first day you will visit the Lake Manyara national park, a scenic beauty full of wildlife. Also for birdwatchers is this an excellent trip.
The second day you will be heading to the Ngorongoro Crater. As spectacular as it sounds, this massive crater only accounts for a tenth of the entire Conservation Area. Next to its geologically special features, the crater is home to almost every mammal of the African plains, including the endangered black rhino, and the densest population of predators in Africa. Birdlife is also extremely abundant, in particular, flamingos affected by the fresh water from Lake Magadi on the crater floor. Join our Tanzania adventure tours to Ngornogoro & Lake Manyara.

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Seats remaining: 4

Kenya

$60

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Giraffe Centre

David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and Giraffe Centre

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Departure:Mar 02, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 01, 2018
  • Duration:one day
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
  • Special Interest:
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Founded in 1977 by Dr. Dame Daphne Sheldrick D.B.E, in honour of the memory of her late husband, famous naturalist and founding Warden of Tsavo East National Park, David Leslie William Sheldrick MBE, the DSWT claims a rich and deeply rooted family history in wildlife and conservation.

Mission statement

The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust embraces all measures that compliment the conservation, preservation and protection of wildlife. These include anti-poaching, safe guarding the natural environment, enhancing community awareness, addressing animal welfare issues, providing veterinary assistance to animals in need, rescuing and hand rearing elephant and rhino orphans, along with other species that can ultimately enjoy a quality of life in wild terms when grown.

At the heart of the DSWT’s conservation activities is the Orphans’ Project, which has achieved world-wide acclaim through its hugely successful elephant and rhino rescue and rehabilitation program. The Orphans’ Project exists to offer hope for the future of Kenya’s threatened elephant and rhino populations as they struggle against the threat of poaching for their ivory and horn, and the loss of habitat due to human population pressures and conflict, deforestation and drought.

To date the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has successfully hand-raised over 150 infant elephants and has accomplished its long-term conservation priority by effectively reintegrating orphans back into the wild herds of Tsavo, claiming many healthy wild-born calves from former-orphaned elephants raised in our care.

The DSWT has remained true to its principles and ideals, remaining a sustainable and flexible organization. Guided by experienced and dedicated Trustees and assisted by an Advisory Committee of proactive naturalists with a lifetime of wildlife and environmental experience, the Trust takes effective action and achieves long-lasting results.

Chaired by Daphne Sheldrick, the DSWT is run by Angela Sheldrick, the daughter of David and Daphne, who has been managing all of the Trust’s activities for over a decade. Growing up in Tsavo and later in the Nairobi National Park, Angela has been part of the Trust’s vision from the start, supported by her husband Robert Carr-Hartley and their two boys Taru and Roan, who are passionate about Kenya’s wildlife and eager to ensure that David and Daphne’s legacy continues.

In 2004 the DSWT was incorporated as a Charitable Company in the U.K. and granted charitable status by the Charities Commission, whilst during the same year the Trust has also attained US Charitable status enhancing its corporate funding capability under the guidance of the U.S. Friends of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

For more information, take a tour onto their website!

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Seats remaining: 6

Kenya

$350

Masai Mara Safari

Masai Mara Safari

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Departure:Mar 04, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 02, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Masai Mara
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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Visit the world-renowned game reserve of Kenya. Embark on a three-day-two-night Masai Mara Budget Safari from Nairobi and experience the great safari activities for a better price. The Masai Mara is regarded as one of Kenya’s wildlife viewing jewels, as there is an abundance of African wildlife that can be spotted by just going around the reserve, the Mara is also a place with a good chance of spotting the ‘Big Five’ (Lions, Rhinos, Buffalos, Elephants & Leopards) as well as other cheetah’s, hippo’s crocodiles and much more.

The reserve is positioned at 1,600 metres on the Great Rift Valley, which is a fault line that was formed roughly around 20 million years ago when the Earth’s crust began to weaken and tear apart, causing plenty of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that caused the valley floor to sink and create the wide flat plains. The Mara has a rainy season that runs through the months of November all the way until May. Whilst their dry season is beginning from June to November.

The Masai Mara, whilst famed for being the central hub of African wildlife and containing the ‘Big Five’, it is probably more renowned for hosting part of the annual migration of Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes. This great migration starts off from the plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania, where the plains there have either dried up or are drying up, and commences the beginning of the migration from the Serengeti into the Masai Mara. This is the largest multi-species migration, with over 1.5 million Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes that are crossing the plains and also through the Mara River. The period of this Great Migration is usually around the end of July until the end of October, which makes the ideal time to embark on this Masai Mara Budget Safari experience. For information regarding Kenya and its highlights click here. For information about the Masai Mara, click here.

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Seats remaining: 4

Kenya

$453

Lake Naivasha - Masai Mara

Lake Naivasha - Masai Mara

  • Departure city:Nairobi
  • Departure:Mar 04, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 02, 2018
  • Duration:4 days
  • Accommodation:Basic Camping
  • National Parks:Lake Naivasha, Masai Mara
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake in the Kenya section of Africa’s Great Rift Valley, and is located north west of Nairobi with the town of Naivasha on its north eastern shore. At 1,890 meters (6,200 ft) above sea level, the lake is at the highest point in the Kenyan rift, and is set in a complex geological combination of volcanic rocks and sedimentary deposits from a much larger Pleistocene era lake. Because the outlet for this ancient lake, now called Njorwa Gorge, is today much higher than the lake, the original Lake Naivasha must have indeed been a truly vast expanse of water. The gorge now forms the entrance to the Hell’s Gate National Park which, for obvious reasons, today contains some spectacular examples of water and weather-worn rock formations as well as an abundance of flora and fauna to include some extremely rare, resident breeding pairs of Lammergeyers, otherwise known as Bearded vultures.

Apart from transient streams, Lake Naivasha is fed by the perennial Malewa and Gilgil rivers and, most unusually, it now has no visible outlet. However, it must be assumed that such a large body of water has to have an underground outflow through a volcanic fissure or similar somewhere beneath the expanse of its lake bed, and it has been suggested that the water emerges through the fresh but hot water springs at Lake Magadi, an otherwise brackish and pinkish coloured soda lake 120kms to the south.
Because this is a volcanic area, as witnessed by Mount Longonot, an extinct nearby volcano to the south east, and ancient fumaroles – including the tiny but spectacular Crater Lake – to the west, Kenya is blessed with the presence of the Olkarria Geothermal electrical generating complex – high in the hills just to the south – which feeds massive amounts of much needed power into the national grid.

Since the lake’s underground outflow might perhaps be limited in size, the lake has a surface area of between 140 and 180 km² depending on the rainfall although, and in years gone by, it has been known to either dry up altogether or to expand exponentially during the somewhat cyclic curse of the El Nino weather system which creates flood chaos with its multiple or lengthy torrential rain storms. It has an average depth of 6 meters (20 ft), and its deepest point of 30 meters (100 feet) is off Crescent Island which is a wildlife conservation area. For more information regarding Lake Naivasha, click here.

The Masai Mara, whilst famed for being the central hub of African wildlife and containing the ‘Big Five’, it is probably more renowned for hosting part of the annual migration of Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes. This great migration starts off from the plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania, where the plains there have either dried up or are drying up, and commences the beginning of the migration from the Serengeti into the Masai Mara. This is the largest multi-species migration, with over 1.5 million Wildebeest, Zebras and Antelopes that are crossing the plains and also through the Mara River. The period of this Great Migration is usually around the end of July until the end of October, which makes the ideal time to embark on this Masai Mara Budget Safari experience. For information regarding Kenya and its highlights click here. For information about the Masai Mara, click here.

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Seats remaining: 4

Uganda

$460

Murchison Falls National Park Experience

Murchison Falls National Park Experience

  • Departure city:Kampala
  • Departure:Mar 06, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 04, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Murchison Falls
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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The Murchison Falls experience, also referred to as the Kabarega Falls, is a waterfall found on the course of the great Nile. It actually breaks the stunning Victoria Nile, that flows across Uganda’s northern region from the vast Lake Victoria to the deep Lake Kyoga and continuing to the northern tip of Lake Albert within the western arm of the great East African Rift.

Right on the peak of the Murchison Falls, the waters of the Nile force their way through a small slit within the rocks, which is just 7 meters or 23 feet wide, and topples to 43 meters or 141 feet below with a thunderous roar forming a residual water stray that forms a beautiful rainbow; the view is very breathtaking! From here it then continues its westward into the stunning Lake Albert.

The Lake Victoria outlet sends about 300 cubic meters per second or 11,000 ft?/s of water to these falls and all this volumes squeezed through this gorge that is actually less than 10 meters or 30 feet wide.These waterfalls are located within the Murchison National park which was actually named after these eye- catching waterfalls. The park is located in the northern region of the Albertine Rift Valley. This is the area where the huge Bunyoro escarpment joins together into the vast Acholi plains. The park is recognized as one of the best National parks in Uganda and as well it is well visited. When you visit Uganda, MFNP is a must go for Uganda safaris.

In 1926, the park was a game reserve established to shelter the savannah grassland which was pointed out by Winston Church chill in the year 1907 as the grand Kew Gardens together with the wildlife combined on an confined land. Most of the visitors to this great park often come from various destinations to trek the gorillas within this very country but in another park called Bwindi. If you have more days to visit East Africa, A Tanzania safari can be combined with Rwanda safari & gorilla trekking. Most safari companies offer packages that include various destinations within the great lakes East African region.

Murchison Falls National Park is featured in African Tour Safaris, CNN, Huffington Post, Newyork Times and so much.

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Seats remaining: 3

Kenya

$421

Tsavo East & West

Tsavo East & West

  • Departure city:Mombasa
  • Departure:Mar 08, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 06, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Tsavo East, Tsavo West
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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Are you fancying to embark on a journey through Tsavo East and West National Park during your Kenya holidays? We have exactly what you are looking for! Tsavo East National Park together with Tsavo West National Park form one of the world’s largest national parks, covering a massive 4% of Kenya. Tsavo East is the larger of the two. The wildlife found in this park includes large herds of elephants, maneless lions, hippos, giant crocodiles and an assortment of bird life among others. This park boasts of the largest herds of elephants in Kenya which are red in colour as a result of spraying themselves with the rusty red soil of the park in order to keep cool and deter parasites.

Tsavo East is one of the world’s leading biodiversity strongholds offering miles of open plains, bushy grasslands and semi-arid scrubs.

Tsavo East is a vast, plain, broken by the sinuous length of the Galana River. A major feature of the park, this river is fringed by riverine forests dominated by Acacis elatior, the doum palm Hyphaene compressa and the shrub Suaeda monoica. Running almost the length of the park is a sinuous ridge of lava intrusion-theYatta plateau. The Plateau is a ridge of solidified lava about 300km long and a maximum of 10km wide, which forms a never ending backdrop of Tsavo East. It is one of the longest lava flows in the world offering a fabulous view across the park.

The rivers found in Tsavo East include the Athi River which crosses the north-western portion of the park, following the southern edge of the Yatta Plateau. The Galana River is further south and is joined by the Tsavo River. The Voi River which flows through the southern portion of the park known as the Voi River Circuit makes an excellent game viewing and offers a pleasant drive.

Tsavo West is characterized by a rugged arid landscape with vast areas of lower altitudes of Kenya. This park is marked with, a number of rocky outcrops and volcanic hills. The wildlife found in this park includes elephants, maneless lions, rhinos, leopards, giraffes, hippo, reptiles and an assortment of birdlife among others.

Shetani lava flow is such a breathtaking site which is most recent of the lava flows in Tsavo. Situated near Kilanguni – it is possible to observe the nature of the lava flow close-up by walking on it. At the northern edge of the park is the Chyulu Hills range. This is a volcanic system that follows deep faults in the earth. Tsavo’s popular attraction is the beautiful Mzima Springs is located south of this range. Refreshing and cool, the walk along the shore lets you marvel at the hippos and crocodiles swimming in the crystal clear water.

The Tsavo River is one of the rivers found in this region which is fed by the distant eastern slopes of Mt. Kilimanjaro. It joins the Athi forming the meandering Galana in Tsavo East. Lake Jipe which is fringed by reed beds and a magnet for birdlife is located in the south-western corner of the park.

The magnificent Ngulia Hills locate 30 km from mzima springs display a range of sheer cliffs that rise out of 610m below to a height of 1800m above sea level.
The famous Rhino Sanctuary is the home to rescued rhinos from notorious poachers, plus relocated animals, have been moved to the area of 65 k ringed by a metre-high electric fence Close to Rhino Valley Lodge.

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Tanzania

$435

Lake Manyara & Ngorongoro crater

Lake Manyara & Ngorongoro crater

  • Departure city:Arusha
  • Departure:Mar 09, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 08, 2018
  • Duration:one day
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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Do you want to experience Tanzania’s wildlife and beauty, then this is the perfect trip for you! Join our Ngorongoro Crater Tours, including Lake Manyara. This short and intense trip will bring you to two of the most spectacular national parks in Tanzania.

The first day you will visit the Lake Manyara national park, a scenic beauty full of wildlife. Also for birdwatchers is this an excellent trip. The second day you will be heading to the Ngorongoro Crater. As spectacular as it sounds, this massive crater only accounts for a tenth of the entire Conservation Area. Next, with its geologically special features, the crater is home to almost every mammal of the African plains, including the endangered black rhino, and the densest population of predators in Africa. Birdlife is also extremely abundant, in particular, flamingos affected by the fresh water from Lake Magadi on the crater floor.

Our Ngorongoro Crater Tour is amazing. The crater is protected around Lake Natron in the northeast, to Lake Enyasi in the south and Lake Manyara to the east. Once an active volcano, what makes it especially unique is the collapse of its cone, forming a crater that goes 610 meters deep, 20 kilometres in diameter and covers an area of 311 sq km.

As spectacular as it sounds, this massive crater only accounts for a tenth of the entire Conservation Area. Next, with its geologically special features, the crater is home to almost every mammal of the African plains, including the endangered black rhino, and the densest population of predators in Africa. Birdlife is also extremely abundant, in particular, flamingos affected by the fresh water from Lake Magadi on the crater floor. Be part of our Ngorongoro Crater tours and enjoy the beauty of Africa.

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Seats remaining: 4

Uganda

$375

Murchison Falls Big 5 Safari

Murchison Falls Big 5 Safari

  • Departure city:Kampala
  • Departure:Mar 09, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 08, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Murchison Falls
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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They are falling for you! Murchison Falls National Park is Uganda’s largest national park and very rich in wildlife, with the famous River Nile, one of the world’s longest rivers flowing through. The activities in this park include game safari – Big 5 Safari (elephants, kob, buffalo, lions, giraffes and even the elusive leopard) boat cruise (hippos, Nile crocodiles, water birds, get up-close to the spectacular falls), and hiking to the famous waterfalls of the River Nile. Uganda Murchison falls national park will give you an unforgettable experience.

A little bit more about Murchison FallsBig 5 Safari

These falls are defined by external war between the rock and the water. They were also known as the Kabarenga falls. These falls have a permanent rainbow over the battlefield due to the waters that violently compress through a narrow gorge, spraying misty droplets along their wake over a 50m radius and this causes a continuous roar of the waters.  Most of the visitors love to book accommodation near these falls so as to continuously hear the roaring waters throughout the night and the cold breeze that comes making the nights of your adventure perfect. Visitors should also have boat safari on the Victoria Nile River; this would reach its dead end in front of the turbulent Murchison falls though the boat cannot get you close to the falls given the fierce current as you get close.

For more information, visit the Murchison Falls website.

The Big Five can be found together in South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Namibia and Botswana, though obviously not in all parks so do make sure you research thoroughly to avoid any disappointment. African wildlife species are each incredible in their own way.

 

 

 

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$795

Road trip Safari to Kidepo Valley National Park

Road trip Safari to Kidepo Valley National Park

  • Departure city:Kampala
  • Departure:Mar 09, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 08, 2018
  • Duration:5 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Kidepo Valley NP
  • Special Interest:Cultural Tour, Wildlife Safari
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Discover the untamed nature of Uganda’s Kidepo Valley Nation Park. It will be like entering the setting of the Lion King movie. In 5 days you will explore the Northen Part of the country, go to the Kidepo valley, and meet the local Karamajong people!

Nestled in the wild frontier region of Uganda, Kidepo Valley National Park is apparently the most isolated national park in Uganda but still stands out to be one of the best virgin places every wildlife viewer can ever visit in Uganda. This virgin national park is undoubtedly among the best wilderness areas in Africa, harboring a couple of extinct species of wildlife that can’t be found in any other Ugandan national park. Kidepo is right at the core of a Savannah landscape right next to a few mountainous bodies. Kidepo national park is a true gem with a huge abundance of wildlife. It remains a true rendition of tourism in Uganda but remains unknown to many! Kidepo Valley National Park was gazetted into a national park in the year 1962 and currently hosts over 75 species of mammals and 470 species of birds. All these fall in a prime game viewing location. Mammal species include: elephants, buffaloes, cheetahs, bush pig, leopards, Burchell’s zebra, oribis, giraffes, Jacksons’ hartebeest, rare patas monkey and reedbucks.

The local communities around the park include pastoral Karamojong people, similar to the Maasai of Kenya, and the IK, a hunter-gatherer tribe whose survival is threatened. Many Karamojong like Masai of Kenya, prefer to wear “traditional” dress of a blanket -like a shawl with bright red colors. Experience their ‘manyatta’ (homesteads) and also the kraal’s where their cows stay.

 

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$377

3 Days Queen Elizabeth Park Safari

3 Days Queen Elizabeth Park Safari

  • Departure city:Mbarara
  • Departure:Mar 09, 2018
  • Book before:Mar 08, 2018
  • Duration:3 days
  • Accommodation:Budget
  • National Parks:Queen Elizabeth NP
  • Special Interest:Wildlife Safari
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Discover Queen Elizabeth National park in 3 days. It’s Uganda’s most popular park and not without a reason. With around 100 species of mammals, about 606 types of birds and with a stunning nature it will capture you with the beauty. You will discover the park through the games drives, a boat cruise safari on the Kazinga channel and spend the night in the park.

The park stretches from the crater-dotted foothills of the Rwenzori ranges in the north, along the shores of Lake Edward to the remote Ishasha River in the South, incorporating a wide variety of habitats that range from wetlands to Savannah to lowland forest. The lush savannah of Queen Elizabeth National Park offers prime grazing to buffaloes, elephants, various antelopes and a variety of about 606 bird species.

The wonders of Queen Elizabeth National Park are more than what one might think of. The 100m deep Kyambura gorge features a lush tropical forest surprisingly thriving below sea level while its unique floral species bear food for the counts of Chimpanzees that inhabit the gorge. Uganda Safari enthusiasts find Kyambura gorge an exciting site since it presents both adventure and primate viewing experience. During the safari, we will have a boat cruise on the Kazinga channel. Along the channel, local people are seen loading their canoes, fetching water as buffalos wallowing, elephants shower, hippos roam around, crocodiles basking on the same banks. Watch the unbelievable life at the fishing village. Tones of storks, spoonbills, cormorants, kingfishers, lapwings, pelicans. You can expect to see buffalo, crocodile, bathing elephant, and of course a range of beautiful birds.

 

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