Facts About Online Gorilla Permit Booking System

As we may all well know, online booking of gorilla permits has been one of those controversial matters that ever arouse in the tourism sector between Local Tour Operators and Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) the body that manages Uganda’s National Parks after UWA resolved to push gorilla permits booking online which did not go well with the local tour operators whose genuine fear was that foreign tour operators would throw them out of business. The system has been that foreign tour operators rely on the local tour operators to the purchase of the gorilla permits and if the permits are to be reserved online, then Local tour operators would literally Continue Reading →

6 Days Tanzania Wildlife Tour

Day 1: Arrive and overnight Arusha: 45 mnts drive Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro airport met by our representative and transfer to Arusha for your accommodation stay on bed and breakfast at Mountain Village Serena or similar Day 2: Arusha / Tarangire: 2 hrs drive After breakfast met at your hotel for safari briefing and drive to Tarangire park arrive for lunch then afternoon game drive, return before dusk for dinner and over night at Tarangire safari Lodge or similar Day 3: Tarangire / Serengeti: 6 hrs drive Go for early morning game drive before break fast looking for predators hunting, return for late breakfast then drive to Serengeti with the packed Continue Reading →

Masai Mara – 7th World Wonder

 7th Wonder of the World – Masai Mara – Kenya Thinking of Masai Mara National Reserve, is thinking about stunning scenery of Siria escarpment, Mara River where the action takes place, and amazing wildlife. Masai Mara has been graded 7th world wonder, has it hosts the most spectacular event, the wildebeest migration where vast herds of herbivores (wildebeest, gazelles and zebras) engage in about 1000km circular trek to Serengeti National Park, and during the event, you can witness live as big cats target the weak and young ungulates for a lunch and dinner. Masai Mara has rolling plains and hosts astonishing wildlife on this planet earth making it a must visit safari destination Continue Reading →

What to do on a Rwanda tour

Popularly known as the land of a Thousand Hills, Rwanda is located in the south western part of East Africa with Kigali being its capital city. Rwanda is one of the best places to visit in East Africa much famous for gorilla tracking in Volcano National Park. There are a lot more other things to do on a typical safari in Rwanda; Forest/ canopy walks and primate tracking in Nyungwe National Park, game viewing in Akagera National Park, sightseeing of the Genocide memorial Centers Nyamata & Ntarama Genocide Memorials being the two most powerful Genocide memorial churches located on the out skirts of Kigali. With Rwanda’s rich culture, you can’t Continue Reading →

Solar Eclipse live in Uganda on 3rd November 2013

Solar eclipse Uganda Trip 7 Days Solar Eclipse Uganda Trips Day 1 30th October 2013: Arrival Our 7 Days solar Eclipse Uganda  Trip starts at Entebbe International Airport. Upon arrival, meet and greet with your guide and depart Kampala on a journey to Kidepo Valley National Park, one of Uganda’s most spectacular, it is Uganda’s most isolated national park, but the few who make the long journey north through the wild frontier region of Karamoja would agree that it is also the most magnificent, The park ranks among Africa’s finest wildernesses parks. We will have an overnight stay in Kitgum. Dinner & Overnight at the Hotel/Lodge. FB Day 2 31st October 2013: Kitgum Continue Reading →

Entebbe trips and excursions

What to do List on Entebbe trips and excursions Relaxation at Entebbe Resort beach on the shores of Lake Victoria You can swim, relax or enjoy the breaktaking view of Lake Victoria, listen to the sounds of the waves, and also explore the caves. Do a nature walk and birding at The Botanical gardens host a large number of the bird species and tress. Visit the fishing villages at Kigungu landing site and Kasenyi landing site to mix with the local fishermen. The Uganda Wildlife Education Centre for a nature walk and to view a list of the animals that almost represent each of the national parks in Uganda. These animals Continue Reading →

Nairobi National Park – Kenya – East Africa

The Nairobi National Park is located a few kilometers from the City Centre. The park has varied wildlife species, there are chances of spotting the famous big cats, the big five and other mammals that include zebras, giraffes, gazelles, ostriches, Impalas along with a variety of bird species.  Visitors can either take personal or guided game drives where wildlife can be viewed in a natural setting. Individuals who prefer a more intimate interaction with wildlife can visit the Safari Walk and view animals at close range from a safe vantage point. The park has designated picnic sites including Kingfisher, Impala and Mokoiyet where you can have a bite to eat while Continue Reading →

Safari options in East Africa


Safari Options in East Africa
The region is well endowed with the best primeval natural and untamed rawness in Africa for visitors both local and international conservation offering one of the best safari in East Africa.

A Safari in East Africa is a real adventure with its abundant wildlife ranging from Animals such as lions, buffaloes, elephants, leopards and Rhinos, zebras, hippos, giraffes, wildebeests, and antelopes to mention but a few, and the most rare species like the Mountain Gorillas and Golden Monkeys found in Uganda and Rwanda. Read more

Summary of what to see/do  on a Safari in East Africa
• Mountain Gorillas in their natural habitat found in Uganda & Rwanda
• Golden Monkeys found in Uganda & Rwanda
• Awesome Chimpanzees mostly found in almost all the East African countries but the highest concentration in Uganda & Rwanda
• The Wildebeest Migration, considered the most dramatic event found only in Masai Mara Kenya and Serengeti in Tanzania
• Game viewing especially the big five and the big cats in Masai Mara, Serengeti, also in Uganda’s National parks like Kidepo Queen Elizabeth & Murchison Falls National parks
• Boat cruises and game viewing aboard on the Nile in Murchison Falls National Park Uganda and Kazinga channel in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
• White water rafting at the source of River Nile, offering one of the best wild waters in the world
• Beautiful sceneries of the great valleys, Lakes, Rivers and Mountains
• Mountain Hiking, Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya, Mount Rwenzori, Mount Elgon
• Relax at the whte sand beaches in Mombasa & Zanzibar in Kenya & Tanzania