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African Safari Tours.

An Africa safari touches something deep within all of its travelers, and is an experience that will never be forgotten. Travel to Africa is both intriguing and humbling, created by the beautiful balance between the wildlife, the landscapes and cultures. Whether you are a first time holiday maker or an experienced traveler you will always note something new when you visit Africa. Each African country has its own unique great package to offer to its specific visitors.

For starters is Tanzania in East Africa; Experience a soul-stirring feeling of space. Serengeti comes from the Maasai word meaning 'Endless Plains'. It is these grasslands and savannahs that ensure that the area is jam-packed full of game.

SAFARI AT KENYA'S MASAI MARA

Visit the world's largest free standing mountain - measuring in at 5000 metres. Climbing Kilimanjaro is a great adventure and you’ll experience an enormous sense of achievement looking down at Africa. Lake Manyara is a great safari spot for bird viewing and also has a healthy population of ungulates such as buffalo and wildebeest.

Accessibility to the Selous is difficult - and it is for this reason that most of our safaris are fly-in. You will experience untouched Africa at its wildest when you visit the Selous. A Katavi Safari is really off the beaten track and is perfect for the explorer who wants to get into the wilds of Africa. Thousands of plains game roams freely in this untouched wilderness.

Then there is Kenya where the origin of ‘safari’ began. With a mountain range running through the Aberdares you'll find moorland, ice-cold streams and thick forests. This mountainous area has been described as 'Scotland with Lions'. While on a Great Rift Valley Safari, you visit one of the wonders of the world. The valley forms a wide trench down the length of Africa that is visible from the moon .

Samburu is home to large herds of elephants and elusive leopards. It is also well known for providing the opportunity to see wildlife that only lives in the dry north of Kenya Tsavo is the ideal destination for people who seek solitude and privacy as well as the chance to explore the wilderness. With its proximity to Mombasa it is also an ideal safari for those staying on the coast. Kenya has some beautiful beaches. Imagine brilliant blue water lapping against fine white sands, where you can stretch and chill out.

Another great country is Uganda. The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, a recently proclaimed World Heritage site, is a magnificent green swathe of dense rainforest, so ancient it survived the last ice age. Mgahinga is Uganda’s smallest national park. An Mgahinga Safari will take you to the richly forested Virunga Volcanoes for an audience with a mountain gorilla.

Affectionately known as the QEII; the Queen Elizabeth National Park in Uganda offers an East African game park with crater-dotted hills and opens grassland. There’s much more to a Murchison Falls Safari than a frothing river. The forests are home to chimpanzees and the palm-dotted hills offer rewarding game drives.

Zanzibar’s Stone-town is a fascinating place to visit. For the freshest seafood and exotic spices, we recommend that you don't miss the opportunity to visit some of Stone Town’s restaurants. Zanzibar hotels are as intriguing as the Spice Island, excellent and charismatic, both in the historic Stone Town as well as on the pristine beaches.

Need to sooth your soul? Then Zanzibar Beaches are the place to relax, unwind and breathe in new life. If you have a keen sense of adventure explores the coral reefs and their wild inhabitants. Try something completely different! A yacht charter holiday in Africa offers you some of the best diving and fishing in the world. Read more about fishing charters and dive charters in Africa. There are very many countries in Africa that offer African safari tour but this are the most ideal places to visit.


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