Travel Wild East Africa offers some exciting experiences in East Africa, and we'd like to share them with you.....
Big 5 Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Cape Buffalo, Rhino. Coined in the early 20th century, these were the 5 most difficult animals to hunt. Every client hopes to photograph them all.
The annual migration of more than 2 million wildebeest and zebra that follows rainfall and vegetation patterns. December to March - Ngorongoro Area. November to June - Serengeti. July to October - Masai Mara.
Kenya’s most famous game reserve. Hosts the annual migration from July to October. Over 75 species of animals and more than 450 varies of birds. All of the‘Big 5’ are located here. Located on Kenya’s southern border with Tanzania.
Tanzania’s most famous national park. Over 75 species of animals and more than 450 varies of birds. All of the ‘Big 5’ are located here. Located in northern Tanzania. Home to the Great Migration from November to June.
Ngorongoro Formed by the collapse of an extinct volcano, the Ngorongoro Crater captures African wildlife in closer proximity than anywhere else on the continent. The crater is always teeming with life and kills by predators are very common.
Rising 5895m, it is Africa’s tallest peak. No technical climbing required. Trekkers should be fit and have very warm clothing in order to reach the summit. Most trekkers complete the climb in 5 days/4 nights while some opt for an extra night for acclimatization.
Kenya’s coastal towns of Mombasa, Malindi & Lamu have white sand beaches, clear blue water and warm weather year-round.
This ancient Arab trading post has pristine beaches on all sides. Stone Town provides winding, quaint streets with a uniquely Muslim/Swahili atmosphere. The north and east coasts have accommodation ranging from 3 star properties to 5 star boutique options.