Combined safaris offer signature East African wilderness experiences. Expect a complete exploration of East Africa’s leading destinations and get a thrill from myriad of African wilderness experience. From the Great Migration in the Magical Kenya, and Tanzania, the big 5 game to mesmerizing primate encounters including golden monkey trekking, mountain gorilla trekking, chimpanzee trekking in the finest rainforest parks in Uganda and Rwanda as well as authentic African cultural experiences in the communities like the Maasai, Karamojong, the Batwa, Mundari community/tribe and Iby’Iwacu Village.


Not forgetting the memorable beach or honeymoon holidays in the coastal islands/beaches of East Africa, especially Zanzibar, Mombasa and Diani beaches, etc.


At an affordable price, get to explore East African premier destinations; Uganda, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Kenya. Each of these African travel destinations have something distinct to showcase to the world thus guaranteed myriad experiences for all enthusiastic nature lovers.



A safari in Uganda offers deep insight into what makes it a true pearl of Africa. Embark on a journey full of endless discoveries in the pearl of Africa inclusive of primate adventures (gorilla safaris/gorilla trekking, chimpanzee trekking, golden monkey tracking, colobus monkey tracking, mangabey tracking/trekking), wildlife tours, hiking or mountaineering adventures, cultural encounters and more.


Uganda boasts of its endless safari destination options but the most preferred ones include the 10 national parks. Each of the country’s 10 parks has something exceptional to experience or explore. The top primate destinations (parks) to consider a must-visit on Uganda safaris include Kibale National Park for chimpanzee trekking, Mgahinga Gorilla National Park and Bwindi Impenetrable National Park for a thrilling mountain gorilla trekking adventure.


Wildlife safaris are excellently enjoyed while in Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo, Lake Mburo National Park and Queen Elizabeth National Park. Other protected areas of interest in Uganda include Mount Elgon National Park, Rwenzori Mountains National Park and Semuliki National Park.


The most popular activities or experiences to expect on Uganda safaris include gorilla trekking, cultural experiences, rhino tracking, nature walking, wildlife/big game safaris/viewing, boat cruise excursions, volcano hiking/climbing, gorilla habituation experience, hike the Sipi Falls, kayaking, white-water rafting, jet boating, hot air balloon safaris, and more.



There are many reasons why Rwanda is a favorite destination in Africa. Not only does it offer favorable investment environment to the world investors but also attracts 1000s of leisure travelers to appreciate its natural endowments. Rwanda like Uganda is home to numerous mountain gorilla populations, accounting for about 30% of the world’s 1063 individuals of these endangered species.


Rwanda is the best place to experience the most of luxury gorilla safari in Africa. The gorilla permits are open for booking at USD 1500 per person and offers visitors a chance to explore the massive mountain gorillas while in Volcanoes National Park in the Northwestern side of the country. The best time to get there to enjoy up close and personal with a family of gorillas is during the dry season/months of the year; June, July, August, September, December, January to February.


Gorilla safaris can be combined with other safaris from other destinations including Akagera National Park –where all the big 5 game individuals thrive. At Akagera, you can be part of game drives, boat cruise, nature walks, hot air balloon and more. Visit Nyungwe Forest National Park or Gishwati-Mukura National Park for thrilling primate encounters, especially chimpanzees, colobus monkeys and others.



 More than 8% of the land area coverage of Kenya is designated for wildlife/game viewing, and these include more than 50 national parks and wildlife/national reserves across the country. Kenya is amazingly one of the very few most exceptional African travel destination that guarantee nature enthusiasts distinct African experiences.


Kenya is most popular not only for the big 5 game viewing, but also the powerful wildebeest migration and authentic cultural experiences. The key areas of interest while on Kenya safaris include the Maasai Mara National Reserve where the gigantic wildebeest migration is experienced. This reserves serves as Kenya’s leading wildlife safari destination and other than the annual migration experiences, it also guarantees visitors a close encounter with the wildebeest.


Other wildlife/animals that thrive within Masai Mara include zebras, hippos, crocodiles, cheetahs, giraffes, aardvark, African hare, aardwolf, dwarf mongoose, oribis, gazelles, olive baboons, and many others. The Great migration and big five game safaris in Maasai Mara can be incorporated with safaris in other destinations, especially Tsavo National Parks, Aberdare National Park, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Nairobi National Park, Lake Naivasha and many more.


Beach holidays in Kenya are perfectly enjoyed in coastal areas, especially at Watamu, Mombasa, Malindi, Diani beaches, Lamu Island, Nyali, Chale Island, Kikambala and others.



Tanzania safaris like Kenya safaris bring a true African wilderness experiences, and essentially, they are the best for visitors intending to encounter the great migration. This is a lifetime experience and in East Africa, Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park and Kenya’s Masai Mara are the must-visit locations. Watching the Great migration happens once a year around late June to September.


Part of the wildebeest experience not to be missed on Tanzania safaris is the calving or birthing season. This occurs from December, January to February where over 800,000+ calves are born amidst attacks by predators like lions, hyenas and cheetahs.


Tanzania safaris are excellently done in the Northern circuit; Serengeti National Park, Lake Manyara National Park for tree climbing lions, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater or Conservation Area. For chimpanzees tracking, Mahale Mountains National Park and Gombe National Park; then mountaineering enthusiasts can book climbing safaris in Kilimanjaro National Park.


Other destinations to explore on a safari in Tanzania; Ruaha National Park, Arusha National Park, Nyerere National Park, Zanzibar specifically for beach or honeymoon vacations. Key areas of interest at the coastline include the Stone town, Bwejuu beach, Paje, Jambiani beaches, Kendwa, Nakupenda, Nungwi beaches, Matemwe beach and more.


South Sudan

Combined safaris in South Sudan bring the best of African cultures, traditions and practices and game safaris in the country’s finest parks. South Sudan is most popular for its vibrant cultural experiences thanks to its diverse cultures and traditions. These are represented by numerous tribes or ethnic groups such as the Dinka tribe, the Mundari tribe tours, Boya tribe, Toposa, Shilluk, Didinga and Nuer tribe, etc.


Wildlife safaris are offered in the 6 national parks; Bandingalo National Park, Shambe National Park, Boma National Park, Niule National Park, Shambe NP and more.


With combined safaris, it is possible to visit all the East African safari destinations, especially on 30 days trip. Combining Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and South Sudan on a single holiday guarantees you distinct experiences.