Malawi is a relatively small country, encompassing Lake Malawi and the sections of the Great Rift Valley. Malawi offers a rich variety of attractions including lakes, rivers, mountains, game parks and villages. Guests will enjoy the opportunity to sit on a mountain cliff above Cape Maclear, watching the brilliant red sun sink into Lake Malawi, offering unforgettable sunsets. Lake Malawi is a haven for anglers, with hundreds of species of fish. From the islands, guests enjoy snorkelling and scuba diving among a myriad of brightly coloured fish. Liwonde National Park is the premier wildlife reserve and is situated in the south of Malawi. Liwonde incorporates the Shire River as well as quiet backwaters and lagoons, marshes, open savannah country, woodland and hills. With the rich diversity of habitats, there is a great variety of plant, animal and birdlife, offering what is arguably the best birding location in central and southern Africa. Malawi is known as the “Warm Heart of Africa” as the gentle, friendly people will welcome you and ensure an unforgettable vacation.
More many years Kenya has been known as “big-game” country, with over 40 parks and game reserves. Kenya is a diverse country offering many rewards for first-time and seasoned safari travellers alike. Magnificent wildlife, excellent accommodation, palm-fringed beaches and warm and friendly people welcome guests to this piece of heaven. Kenya has two distinct rainy seasons from April to May and late November to December. The dramatic Rift Valley, soda lakes, snow-capped mountains on the Equator, gigantic Lake Victoria and beach-lined coast offer guests a myriad of safari experiences. Encounter the greatest concentration of free-ranging wildlife on earth and discover the customs of the proud Masai people. It is in this intoxicating region that the notion of the Swahili word “safari”, meaning “to journey”, was born.
Tanzania & Zanzibar
Tanzania is to the wildlife enthusiast the Africa of our imagination. An unparalleled 95,000 square miles of reserves means that Tanzania is one of the best game viewing countries in Africa. The complete African safari experience is truly represented in game reserves and national parks such as the Serengeti, the annual setting of the spectacular wildebeest migration; the Ngorongoro Crater, the unique, biodiverse amphitheatre; Selous Game Reserve and the enormous variety of birdlife at Lake Manyara. Tanzania is a land of wide open spaces and magnificent wildlife, of idyllic palm-fringed islands set in turquoise seas, of explorers’ tales and sultans’ palaces, of a warm and hospitable people. Tanzania offers guests the opportunity to discover the wild, romantic Africa of your dreams. From Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa, to Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa, guests will experience a country with breathtaking vistas. Collectively known as Zanzibar, the “Spice Islands” off Tanzania’s coast, offer guests a location steeped in history and culture, teamed with pristine beaches and spectacular accommodation.
Uganda is a beautiful country. This is the source of the Nile, a birder’s paradise, keeper of the mysterious “Mountains of the Moon” and home to the endangered mountain gorilla. Uganda is remembered for its beauty, its serenity and its sheer diversity. Endless lakes, rivers, waterfalls and wetlands make Uganda a lush tropical haven. Lake Victoria dominates the South, her blue waters forming the Nile River which journeys the length of Uganda. The legendary “Mountains of the Moon” and the Virunga volcanoes form the Western borders. The far North stretches towards the Sahara and the East transforms into arid plains. Uganda is a safe destination, beginning to rebuild its reputation and while currently accommodations are quite basic, the great attractions of Lake Victoria, Queen Elizabeth National Park, the Kazinga channel and Murchison Falls are as beautiful as ever. Uganda is nestled on the western arm of the Great Rift Valley and benefits from flora and fauna species of both East and West Africa. The
country boasts the highest population of the endangered mountain gorilla, the rare shoebill stork, and shy sitatunga. Guests can also trek to see chimpanzee in the wild. Uganda offers guests a wealth of wildlife, spectacular scenery, and warm and welcoming people. It is no wonder