East Africa Safari Tours
East African Safaris Tours feature the lifetime Africa Safari expedition to the Eastern region of Africa which has for long positioned itself among the world’s best destinations. The East Africa region features five (5) countries namely; Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Burundi and Rwanda presenting both single country safaris and combined inter-country East Africa safari tours.
East Africa is a rich destination with very diverse habitats that support a myriad of biodiversity that include woodland and open savannah like Kenya’s Maasai Mara, Tanzania’s Serengeti and Uganda’s Murchison, Kidepo, Queen Elizabeth and Kidepo supporting countless wild game including African Big five, the Millions of Wildebeest traversing the Serengeti Mara Ecosystem annually, Zebras, Gazelles, Hartebeest, Cheetah, Water bucks, Topis, Hyenas among others; dense forests like the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Volcanoes National Park where the critically endangered Mountain Gorillas thrive, Nyungwe National Park and Kibale National Park with 13 primate species that include Common Chimpanzees, Black and white colobus monkeys among others, vast water bodies where a range of aquatics like Hippos, Nile Crocodiles and Fish species including the famous Nile perch thrive. These and many more combine to make the East Africa Safari tours beyond the ordinary.
The region is blessed with amazing Mountains including Kilimanjaro Mountain the highest in Africa, Mount Kenya the second highest in Africa and Mount Rwenzori the third highest in Africa, Mount Elgon the fourth highest in East Africa but with the largest caldera lake in the world; expanse water bodies like Indian Ocean and Lake Victoria, deep gorges, escarpments and flat stretches of the East Africa Great Rift Valley which stand as ideal Africa adventure Safari points making the East Africa Safari tours remarkable.
East Africa is notably a hot spot for culture and heritage tourism. Noted to be the origin of man since the discovery of early man fossils at Olduvai Gorge by Dr Leakey, East Africa is blessed with a range of tribal groups with unique customs and traditions some of which still live the hunter gather and nomadic life. The Batwa people noted to be the indigenous inhabitants of East Africa as evidenced by a range of rock paintings in Eastern Uganda and Lake Victoria are apparently among the remaining groups of short people while the Indigenous Karimojong, the Pastoralist Karimojong and the Turkana, the Maasai Warriors of Kenya and Tanzania, the Bantu groups spread in all the countries along with the Nilotic groups combine to generate a diverse cultural experience.
Wild Gorilla Safaris presents an opportunity for the world travellers to engage in life time East African safari experience with a fusion of culture, adventure, wildlife and Primate Safaris.