East Africa

The region comprises of the Republics of Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, the United Republic of Tanzania, and the Republic of Uganda.

Kenya has remarkable features such as landscapes, wildlife and cultures, from sweeping savannah to tropical beaches and coral reefs are no strangers to Kenya. Thus an adventurer’s paradise. It is a country rich with countless possibilities for adventure and discovery. One can also go for refreshing hill walks through bird areas as well as active hikes into mountain forests. The coastline is bestowed with soft white sands coupled with palm fringes and gentle sea breezes that refresh relax and welcome you.

Tanzania is Perched on the edge of Africa and overlooks the Indian Ocean. It experiences warm and sunny days followed by cool and balmy nights. Overlooking the plateau of northern Tanzania stands the snow caped peak of Mt. Kilimanjaro. The varied and diverse ecosystem of this mountain creates strikingly beautiful scenery. Gifted with the eighth natural wonder of the world, a visit to Ngorongoro Crater is definitely an excellent experience. The crater rim is home to large herds of zebra, wildebeest, pride of lions and assorted animals. Majority of Tanzania’s land is devoted to conservation areas for continuity of sustainable eco–tourism.

Uganda with its reputation of Africa’s friendliest country, originates from the fact that traditionally hospitality is a key element to its diverse population. As one of the mysteries of the Victorian age, you can go back in time as you view the source of the Nile that starts here and flows all the way to Egypt. Be part of the history that was once here.

Rwanda also known as the Land of a Thousand Hills sits at the hub of East Africa. It is here that deep volcanic forces tear the continental plates apart revealing an exquisite beauty where you will wake up to a golden lit sky splashed with mist; you will certainly feel a rush of cool, sweet, fresh air brush against your face. Bridging the ecosystems of the Congo and the Great Rift Valley of the east, you will find a home to the biological riches of both worlds. Reaching the depths of the cradle of the mountain gorillas and staring into the eyes of these gentle giants you will discover a different form of “man”.

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