Climb Mt Kilimanjaro or go on Safari

Tours in East Africa

East Africa has always been renowned for their high concentrations of game, the most well known being the "big five" comprising elephant, lion, leopard, black rhino and the buffalo. In addition, the great migration of the Zebra and Wildebeest attract thousands of visitors each year as the animals migrate from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the lush grounds of the Maasai Mara in Kenya.

Geographically these regions offer the incredible Great Rift Valley which was created by the movement of tectonic plates. This also created the magnificent Kilimanjaro along with a myriad of other volcanic formations, crater lakes and salt lakes to include the two tallest peaks in Africa, the world's second largest freshwater lake, Lake Victoria, and the world's second deepest lake, Lake Tanganyika.

Imagine flying high above the clouds over Tanzania and suddenly seeing, peering out from under her morning snowy white duvet, the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, so close you can almost reach out to touch her.
Mount Meru is one of Africa's highest and most beautiful volcanoes, with a route which passes through a wide range of vegetation up into a moorland. The summit is reached by walking along a very narrow, barren ridge, affording one views of Ash Cone thousands of feet below.
Tanzania has so much to offer her visitors. She is home to the highest mountain in Africa, has several game parks teeming with animals, is home to the annual migration of the wildebeest and has pristine beach and dive areas on the coast line.