Visit and discover Africa’s true wilderness through the stunning landscapes endowed with natural unspoiled beauty, culture and wildlife on a Luxury safari Experience. This is truly an unforgettable experience. The accommodation is really outstanding; from luxurious lodges to exclusive tented camps which also are near great spots for wildlife.
Visit East Africa’s Savannah grasslands covered with landscapes, cultural attractions and wildlife including the Annual wildebeest migration from Serengeti to the Masai-Mara (Tanzania and Kenya), the Big 5, and the endangered Mountain Gorillas of Uganda and Rwanda.
East African safaris offer a wild world waiting to be discovered with stays in luxury camps and lodges. Tanzania’s Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara host the annual Great Migration, a unique spectacle that occurs as huge herds of wildebeests and zebras follow the fresh grazing that sprouts in the wake of the annual rains. On safaris in Kenya’s northern regions, spot local species including the endangered black rhino, reticulated giraffe, beisa oryx, Grevy’s zebra and the long-necked gerenuk. Travel on an East African Luxury Safari in Tanzania Rwanda, where you can visit the Serengeti, where more than 30,000 animals thrive in enclosed grassland and then to Volcanoes for the gorilla trekking experience in Rwanda.
Travelers may experience a different side of East Africa with a safari in Rwanda, where mountain gorillas live free in the forests. Track a family of gorillas with your expert guide on two days of safari trekking that find you blazing a path through the thick forest and climbing rugged hills. This unique but challenging safari offers an unforgettable way to connect with the endangered mountain gorilla.
Kenya is really fascinating and gifted with rich culture especially the authentic Masai culture; you can visit any of their communities, also watch the thrilling Migration of the wildebeests together with watching the proud lions as they hunt down prey. You could also visit Lake Nakuru to watch over a million Pink flamingos or visit Diani Beach and unwind along the white sand.
The safaris have become so famous that several renowned game reserves get too busy with many numbers of safari vehicles queuing all over the park to just have a glance at the Lion catching its prey. But it’s not so with the Luxury safari since you are booked in luxury tented camps and lodges located far from the crowds. Staying in private luxury lodges gives you chance to also get out of your safari vehicle for walking safaris which is an unforgettable experience, you are led by the Masai Guides.
With common names like Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti Plains (known for the Annual Wildebeest Migration), there is still more to explore in Tanzania on a luxury safari not just game viewing, the Big 5 among other things. The country also hosts tropical sand beaches, silent lakes, remote forests, primates, and over 1000 bird species. Tanzania ranks the top safari destinations in Africa because of its service, luxury and authenticity you are able to experience while there.
There are a number of enthralling suites, with great ambiance, sophisticated furnishings, stunning views and epicurean food, all this can’t be negotiated about at any luxurious safari lodges in Tanzania.
Uganda ranked as one of the best wildlife safari destinations on the African continent, is well known as home to the largest population of mountain gorillas in the world as well as being the source of the longest river in the world River Nile. Also known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’, Uganda recently featured as among the top safari destinations in Africa as per National Geographic and the Lonely Planet.
This beautiful county is the best place to enjoy a gorilla trekking safari across the world and these are conducted within the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park situated in southwestern Uganda close. This dense rain forested park is habitat to nearly half the mountain gorilla population in the world and because there are only 1006 mountain gorillas surviving on earth today, this species is considered to be a critically endangered subspecies.