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You'll never forget the sights ... but bring your camera anyway :)


Together we'll visit some of the best wildlife conservation areas in the world, covering a diverse range of incredible landscapes, from the quintessential African savannas of the Serengeti to the dramatic escarpments of the Great Rift Valley and the flamingo-lined shores of Lake Nakuru.


Possibly the world's most magnificent wildlife experience.

The world famous Masai Mara National Reserve is just one of many options when it comes to experiencing the incredible flora, fauna, culture and landscapes of Kenya.  Our African safari tours cover eight national parks and reserves in this beautiful country.  Together they showcase the famed ‘big five’, hundreds of bird species, numerous kinds of antelope and your best chance of seeing rhino. All of these experiences are spread across a region of huge geographical diversity.

Amboseli National Park

With mighty Mount Kilimanjaro providing a stunning backdrop; this magnificent park is famous for bountiful bird life and a large elephant population. Sparse vegetation makes it easier to spot the plentiful residents such as lion, buffalo, cheetah, zebra and hyena.

Our Kenya safari tours featuring Amboseli National Park include:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania | The Big Five Parks & Reserves | Just Amboseli

Aberdare National Park

Waterfalls, moorlands, rain and bamboo forests support a diverse ecosystem; in addition to the ‘big five’ one can also find eland, wild dog, giant forest hog and over 250 species of bird.

Our Kenya safari tours featuring Aberdare National Park include:

Treetops, Lake Nakuru & Maasai Mara

Lake Bogoria

Bogoria, an East Rift Valley soda lake, is home to one of the largest flamingo populations in the world. Visitors to this park can enjoy the unique spectacle of watching flamingos in huge numbers and spouting geysers at the same time.

Our Kenya safari tours featuring Lake Bogoria include:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania

Lake Naivasha

One of only three fresh water lakes in the East Rift Valley, Lake Naivasha is positively brimming with hippos and flamingos. Over 400 species of bird are known to frequent the area, making this an ideal destination for bird watching. Joy Adamson, author of the iconic African novel Born Free, had a home on the lake shore until the 1960s. Visitors can enjoy  boat trips to view the hippos, cycling, fishing and nature walks. Our Kenya safari tours that feature Lake Naivasha include:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania | The Big Five Parks & Reserves | Treetops, Lake Nakuru & Maasai Mara | Maasai Mara & Lakes

Lake Nakuru National Park

This soda lake, brimming with thousands of flamingos and a large population of hippos, forms the center of the national park but there is a lot more to be discovered in the surrounding area. This is a great location to see both black and white rhino, thanks to its designation as a rhino sanctuary in the 1980s and subsequent efforts to protect the dwindling population of these wonderful animals. Known as a region of scenic beauty, this park also has a robust resident population of lion, cheetah, leopard, waterbuck and giraffe, with the latter two known to frequent the grounds of the various lodges in the area along with grazing hippos that come out at night.

Our Kenya safari tours that feature Lake Nakuru National Park include:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania | The Big Five Parks & Reserves | Maasai Mara, Ngorongoro & Manyara | Maasai Mara & Lakes

Treetops, Lake Nakuru & Maasai Mara

Maasai Mara National Reserve

Home to the spectacular Great Migration when more than a million animals move between here and the Serengeti through July and October. Year-round the Mara has a strong population of big cats such as lion, leopard and cheetah. This beautiful reserve also boasts large numbers of hippo and crocodile along with numerous bird species. An incredible safari experience.

We have numerous safaris featuring Maasai Mara National Reserve including:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania | The Big Five Parks & Reserves | Maasai Mara, Ngorongoro & Manyara | Just Maasai Mara

Treetops, Lake Nakuru & Maasai Mara | Maasai Mara & Lakes

Samburu National Reserve

Bisected by the Ewaso Ng’iro river, this park provides much-needed water that attracts a variety of wildlife such as big cats, elephant, oryx, hippo, zebra and giraffe. The area also boasts over 350 bird species, including bee-eaters, eagles and secretary birds and notably was one of the two locations George and Joy Adamson raised Elsa from the movie Born Free. And if you ever watched BBC’s Secret Life of Elephants you might recognise some of the landscapes.

Our Kenya safari tours featuring Samburu National Reserve include:

The Big Five Parks & Reserves

Tsavo West National Park

Tsavo West is one of the largest national parks in Kenya. Steep mountains are cloaked with forest, but for their striking rocky peaks that make this area a favorite with rock climbers. The vegetation is perhaps more dense and lush than many of Kenya’s parks, however an abundance of waterholes and grassy areas still provide ample opportunity for superb game viewing. The park includes a rhino reserve and is also home to elephant, lion, leopard and buffalo, meaning you have every chance of seeing the ‘big five’. A network of natural springs attracts all kinds of animals and makes for particularly good sightings of hippo and crocodile.

Our Kenya safari tours that feature Tsavo West National Park include:

The Big Five Parks & Reserves


From incredible game reserves teeming with wildlife to glorious beaches!

Home to Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania is renowned the world over for incredible wildlife experiences.  This region is known for rolling grassy plains dotted with baobab trees and lush highlands covered with rain forest.  Probably the most diverse concentration of African wildlife centres around the Masai territory across Kenyan/Tanzanian border. 

Lake Manyara National Park

This beautiful park gained international attention for tree-climbing lions and the huge flocks of flamingos that feed on Lake Manyara’s shores in the wet season. The lake attracts well over 400 recorded species. Expect to see elephant, giraffe, leopard, blue monkeys and wallowing hippos and many other residents. Lake Manyara can be combined with the three Northern Tanzania parks.

Our safaris featuring Lake Manyara National Park include:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania | Tanzanian Big Four | Masai Mara, Ngorongoro & Manyara

Ngorongoro Crater

This truly magical place is an almost perfectly circular extinct volcanic caldera. The crater floor, a relatively small yet diverse plain with small forests, streams and grassland bustling with the activity of an estimated 25,000 animals. These include elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and buffalo along with large herds of zebra, wildebeest and buffalo. Bird life also abounds with fish eagles, secretary birds, ostrich and flamingo. Your Ngorongoro safari can be combined with nearby Serengeti and Lake Manyara National Parks, making for an unforgettable African experience.

Our safaris featuring Ngorongoro Crater include:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania | Tanzanian Big Four | Masai Mara, Ngorongoro & Manyara | Tarangire, Serengeti & Ngorongoro

Serengeti National Park

The Masai call this place ‘the endless plain’ and when you arrive you’ll understand why. Teeming with all the wildlife you’d expect the park particularly good for lion sightings. You can also see leopard, elephant, buffalo, cheetah, hyena and even rhino so that you have a good chance of encounters with all of the ‘big five’. The famous Great Migration passes through these vast plains, making it possible for those visiting at the right time to see gigantic herds of wildebeest and zebra, all being pursued by mighty predators such as lions and crocodiles. This is a truly spectacular area and to get even more magic out of your visit you might want to consider a safari that also includes nearby Ngorongoro Crater.

Our safaris featuring Serengeti National Park include:

Ultimate Kenya & Tanzania | Tanzanian Big Four | Tarangire, Serengeti & Ngorongoro

Tarangire National Park

Famed for rolling grassland dotted with ancient baobab trees, this park is named for the Tarangire River that runs through an otherwise arid land, thus attracting thousands of animals seeking water. During this time visitors can see massive herds of wildebeest, zebra and buffalo as well as huge flocks of flamingo. Year-round Tarangire is home to a dense elephant population along with big cats, giraffe, gazelle, caracal, honey badger and the rarely seen African wild dog. The landscape also features hundreds of termite mounds with the abandoned ones being popular with dwarf mongoose. Lake Manyara National Park is nearby, making it possible to combine both parks with Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti National Park for the ultimate safari experience.

Our safaris featuring Tarangire National Park include:

Tanzanian Big Four | Tarangire, Serengeti & Ngorongoro


You want to see it? We can take you there!

Zambia- Home to South Luangwa national park, we are still in the process of finalizing our itineraries in this beautiful country.

Botswana-  Home to the famous Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park our trips covering Botswana are also found on our trip pages.

Namibia- Africa’s most scenic country, we have quite a number of trips run in Namibia.

South Africa- Most of our across borders trips in this region begins and ends in this country, just check out our trips page for more details.

Zimbabwe- home of Victoria falls, there is a lot that goes on in Victoria Falls,check us out.

Rwanda and Uganda- this two countries cannot be wished away, they are the main players for the mountain gorillas. Check us out we have two trips running.


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