Gorilla Trek within the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a highlight of all visits done in Uganda and certainly mountain gorillas are the major reason as to why very many people visit Uganda.  On the other hand, Uganda is recognized as a very safe and more so secure country in which you can see these Gorillas in a serene surroundings. Find information about gorilla trekking holidays to see gorillas in the wild, how to acquire a…

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO A visit with a mountain gorilla family is a life changing experience. Mountain gorillas are highly intelligent, good natured, and fascinating to observe. The silverback’s powerful presence is awe-inspiring, yet his calm clearly earns him the title, “gentle giant”. People are equally struck by the tenderness and care that mothers show their young. And then, of course, there are the juveniles who spend most of every waking hour at play and…

Welcome To Rwanda Known as ‘the land of a thousand hills’, Rwanda is a small country of picturesque and varied landscapes which provide a home for Africa’s last remaining mountain gorillas. Visiting rwanda for gorilla Tours is one of the most thrilling lifetime wildlife experiences that anyone planning an African safari should not miss. In addition to rwanda gorilla tours, the country is much endowed with lots of primate species in its far-south nyungwe forest…

Gombe Stream National Park Ruaha is one of Tanzania’s best kept secrets! It’s previous inaccessibility means that this park has remained unchanged for centuries and offers the type of wild safari that early explorers were privy to. Bordered on the east by the Great Ruaha River and the west by Mzombe River, visitors are struck its the beauty and vast expanse of wilderness stretching down towards the hazy blue hills of the Southern Highlands. The…

Ruaha is one of Tanzania’s best kept secrets! It’s previous inaccessibility means that this park has remained unchanged for centuries and offers the type of wild safari that early explorers were privy to. Bordered on the east by the Great Ruaha River and the west by Mzombe River, visitors are struck its the beauty and vast expanse of wilderness stretching down towards the hazy blue hills of the Southern Highlands. The terrain is varied and…

Swirls of opaque mist hide the advancing dawn. The first shafts of sun colour the fluffy grass heads rippling across the plain in a russet halo. A herd of zebras, confident in their camouflage at this predatory hour, pose like ballerinas, heads aligned and stripes merging in flowing motion. Mikumi National Park abuts the northern border of Africa’s biggest game reserve – the Selous – and is transected by the surfaced road between Dar es…

Located in the centre of the historic triangle of Bagamoyo, Pangani and Zanzibar, Saadani National Park covers 1100km square. It is the only wildlife sanctuary in Tanzania bordering the sea. The climate is coastal, hot and humid. It offers a unique combination of both marine and mainland flora and fauna in a culturally fascinating setting. About 30 species of larger mammals are present as well as numerous reptiles and birds. Besides many species of fish…

The park is named after Englishman, Frederick Courtney Selous – conservationist, hunter, explorer and author, whose adventure books on Africa became best sellers in Victorian England. The park varies from rolling grassy woodlands and plains, to rocky outcrops cut by the Rufiji River – the lifeblood of the park, whose tributaries form a network of lakes, lagoons and channels. Volcanic hot springs even burst forth in places. The Rufiji offers a superb method of game…

LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK This park lies in a shallow depression at the base of the eastern branch of the Rift Valley, backed by the red and brown cliffs of the escarpment to the west. This park is dominated by the Lake and the beautiful cool lush of the mature groundwater forest. Primates including baboons, blue and vervet monkeys are among the most dominant mammalian species in the park. Other animal species found here are…

TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK Covers land area of 2,850km, between the plains of the Maasai Steppe to the south-east. . The northern part of Tarangire is dominated by the perennial Tarangire River, which flows through increasingly incised ravines until it leaves the north-western corner of the park to flow into Lake Burungi. Tarangire is also-Guided walking safaris. Day trips to Maasai and Barabaig villages, as well as to the hundreds of ancient rock paintings in the…