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Welcome to East Africa!

For many, Africa conjures up visions of cheetahs on the hunt, giraffes crossing the plains below Kilimanjaro, millions of pink flamingos, wildebeest migrating through crocodile infested rivers, Maasai tribesman watching over their herds, families of gorillas peacefully grazing on the mountain side.  Only in East Africa does this vision become reality.

East Africa isn’t just wildlife and scenery, it is a fascinating mix of people, cultures, and politics.  Along the coasts and the islands, like Zanzibar and Lamu, you can observe the strong influence of the Arabs, who first came to the region as merchant traders and have remained for centuries.  Every place you go, you will see the diversity created by the vast number of tribes.


With our operational office in Arusha, the heart of East Africa, our team can focus on building the most unique and memorable safari experience in the places that we know.

One of the earliest safari destinations, Kenya is probably the most suitable places to enjoy a well rounded mix of culture, wildlife, and beaches. The more than 60 National Parks and Reserves can be found in all corners of the country, each with particular landscapes and wildlife.

Home of Serengeti National Park, where millions of wildebeest begin their annual migration, and Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, Tanzania is filled many lesser known natural wonders.  The islands of Zanzibar live up to their mythical name- pristine beaches, aromatic spice markets, and traces of it's ancient past.

The meeting point of the east African savanna and the central African jungle, Uganda is the most green and fertile of all Safari destinations.  Whether it’s meeting mountain gorillas eye to eye, observing chimps in Kibale, or rafting grade five rapids on the Nile, Uganda will absorb you.

The small mountainous nation has been rapidly rebuilding its tourism sector since the problems in the 90’s.  Visitors fall in love with Rwanda and its beautiful landscapes, fascinating people, and amazing wildlife.

Quite possible the most phenomenal site for biodiversity, Madagascar is home to some of the world’s strangest animals.  With relatively few tourists visiting the Island each year, it’s not difficult to get off the beaten path.


Lonely Planet has created the most up to date & reputable  guidebook for the East African Region.  A must have when planning your Safari.

This affordable field guide features full-color photos of 475 common species of bird, mammal, snake, lizard, insect, tree, and flower.  Perfect for Safari.

There is no better way to get to know a culture than by speaking the language.  Learn some basics Swahili before you travel.

Birds of East Africa is the first comprehensive field guide to this spectacular birding region,  describing and illustrating a remarkable 1,388 species.