The African safari wildlife parks are known for having the big five and a plethora of other small and big animals. There are few experiences which could be compared to watching a lion roar perilously close to you or witness the humongous wildebeest migration. Even the sight of the pack of hungry wild dogs vigorously chasing their prey or the combat between two elephants has elements of thrill you will never forget.
With so many Serengeti lodges and camps to choose from, it is no wonder that most travelers end up confused. This guide lists out the best Serengeti lodges with their salient features to make it easier to plan your Serengeti safari trip.
As Africa's most famous national park, Serengeti has lured 1000s of tourists for wildebeest migration safari for years. This article provides history, facts and information on Serengeti's flora and fauna.
Regarding Tanzania Safari lodges, one of the main concerns for travelers is that it’s well situated, near to a safari park so you are close to the action and don’t have to travel too far to enjoy your safari. Depending on your
A Kenya Safari gives you a chance to see the Great Wildebeest Migration and the Big 5. Known for it’s lush national parks and the abundant wildlife within them, planning a Kenya Safari involves...
Tanzania Safari, the very word ushers images of a wild and untamed land teeming with the classic African wildlife. Overshadowed by the Kenya safari scene, it remains a hidden gem in Africa. Not only does Tanzania hold about 20% of the continent’s mammal biomass, it is also home to Mt Kilimanjaro and the Ngorongoro crater, which has the densest big wildlife population in the world.
Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro requires prior planning and research to make an informed decision. This guide provides you all the knowledge to know about, plan and book your Kilimanjaro trek.
Extremely subjective, the time depends on your exact destination and purpose in East Africa. The seasons here are broadly divided into two categories : the rainy and dry season..
The Great Wildebeest Migration is the greatest wildlife event in the world. During it, every year over 1.5 million wildebeest cross East Africa ( Tanzania and Kenya ) in search of new pastures. It’s the largest wildlife land migration on the planet. Each yearly cycle the animals travel over 1000km. This spectacle brings a huge...
This blog details the top Safari camps to stay on your Kenya Safari. Whether you're looking for a budget Safari, a luxury safari or anything in between, you'll find the top few safari camps in Kenya here. They cover most of the top National parks and reserves including the Masai Mara.
An African safari is a once in a lifetime experience. Here we compare the top three countries to visit on an African safari in Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa. Explore the differences between wildlife, viewing options and experiences, other attractions and country specific details.
There’s a wide range of travel options to and in Kenya for your Safari. These range from standard flights, domestic airlines and chartered planes, to on-ground transportation options. We will be discussing these options for Kenya in detail.
Planning a Safari to Kenya? Kenya is home to some of the best National Parks in the world and you can see a range of wildlife here, so planning your time here is crucial. we’re going to cover all the basics for planning a Kenyan safari from getting there to which parks you should consider.
The Best Tanzania Holiday includes an African Safari and climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, one of the seven summits. If you are already in Africa to climb Kili, taking a few extra days to see the truly wild animals of the Serengeti is a must.
Looking to get the most out of your Tanzania holiday is understandable. The other things to do on a Kilimanjaro trek holiday include Safaris, which the National Parks in Tanzania happily provide, visit the Maasai tribes, see coffee plantations, travel around Moshi and Zanzibar..