East Africa Safari Destinations
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Just saying the names of East African safari destinations is bound to cause a serious case of wanderlust. Names like Serengeti and Masai Mara resonate with anyone who loves to travel, while less well-known places like Bwindi, Tarangire or Samburu offer the promise of unique, unforgettable safari experiences.
Offering a carefully curated selection of East African safari destinations enables Wildlife Safari to ensure the quality of every moment on safari, and that each itinerary will only comprise the very best of each type of habitat for optimum wildlife viewing. By personally visiting all the destinations, lodges and camps that are included in their itineraries, the Wildlife Safari team is able to make informed recommendations with confidence – recommendations based on almost 50 years of safari-industry experience.
Kenya has as good a claim as anywhere to being the country where modern safaris began, and where they’re done best, and it still regularly features high on travel magazines ‘must-visit’ lists. Kenya has been doing what it does best for decades, and yet there’s always something new to discover on Kenya safaris.
Tanzania is an East African safari powerhouse, not least because in the Serengeti it features one of the greatest of all wilderness areas, and the backdrop for the annual Great Wildebeest Migration. Factor in Indian Ocean Islands, too, and it’s clear that Tanzania safaris can be all things to all people.
Uganda, an East African country known as ‘the pearl of Africa’, offers the warmest of welcomes and an incredible diversity of wildlife experiences. Uganda safaris can include savannah and mountain moments, excursions into cloud forests and discovering the source of the Nile. It’s this variety of habitats that explains Uganda’s remarkable biodiversity.
Rwanda has completed a remarkable transformation as a nation and has reinvented itself as a superb safari vacation destination. Rwanda safaris have traditionally focused on mountain gorilla encounters, but visits to the land of a thousand hills also offer more conventional – but no less remarkable – safari experiences, plus insights into its rich cultural heritage.