We have been seeking the most authentic wildlife experiences possible, all over the planet. We’ve found it here in the oasis, East Africa. We have over 10 years of on the ground logistical experience in these areas.
Ranging from Ngorongoro Crater ‘largest natural crater on earth’ which is on of the most biologically dense places in the world.
Serengeti Park, ‘the cradle of mankind’ located in the massive Rift Valley, this area accounts for over 50% of all the African wildlife programs on television.
Samburu District, one of the only walkable safaris available in lower East Africa. Many more wonderful places to visit, too numerous to mention.
Uganda, this diamond in the ruff is magical, walking safaris, “imagine trekking through savanna or mountain jungle, coming within 50 meters of all different types of antelope, zebra, giraffe, elephant, water buffalo, wart hogs, multiple species of monkey, and not to mention chimpanzee. This area of the world ‘northern East Africa’ is the only geographical location available to see ‘chimps’ in their natural habitat. Not to mention our closest DNA match “other than the genus troglodytes AKA chimpanzee” the Mountain Gorilla.
Rwanda, is known for its ‘genocide’ that took place back in the mid- 1990s, unfortunately this has deterred many travelers from visiting. This place is in a growth phase, many NGO/NPO have been involved here for over a decade now. It is on the top ten most beautiful places you will ever see “guaranteed.” Rwanda has bird species you have never heard of before. It also has one of the largest populations of Mountain gorillas in the area.
Congo, also know for unrest and safety concerns. There is a simple reason ‘why’, this is another one of the top 10 places every traveler should see. We know these areas, and yes there are some parts of Congo (DRC) it is unsafe to visit, ‘just like some places in San Diego California are not safe’. It has so much to offer, Gorillas, chimps, deer, monkeys, literally ‘unknown’ numbers of birds, insects, reptiles, frogs, fauna, and a very unknown primate called the Bonobo.