East African Safaris
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East Africa Tours
Uganda Rwanda 15 days
Uganda Tanzania Safari 12 days
Uganda Rwanda Tour 15 days
With up to 1388 species of birds and easy viewing of the large mammals, East Africa is one of the top birding and wildlife viewing destinations in the world. From the coastal forests, deserts, rolling savannah grassland, to montane forests and an extensive freshwater and saltwater lake system, it is a dream place for the expert and novice birder as well as any non-birding companion.
Uganda is one of the most beautiful countries in Africa, it was known as the pearl of Africa to the first European visitors. Uganda has an area size of 241, 139 sq km and a population of 24.7 million people. Visitors have always been attracted by its stunning landscape – green rolling hills, snowcapped mountains, rainforest majestic rivers and massive lakes.
Tanzania has an area of 943, 000 sq km and is the largest of the East African countries. The bulk of the country is highland plateau with a narrow low-lying coastal belt. Tanzania’s highest mountain, the majestic Kilimanjaro (5892) which is a great tourist attraction is located in the north-eastern part of the country along the border with Kenya.
Kenya has an area size of 586 000 km2 lying on the East Coast of Africa. Compared to many African countries, it has an average surface area. From seashore to 5199m above the sea level, the country is blend by the coastal lowland forest, savannah & open plateau, the northern most Eastern Arc mountains, central highlands with substantial areas of mist forests, the rift valley and it's alkaline lakes, volcanic mountains, escarpments, semi deserts, the western part of the country with it's lowland Kakamega Forest which is the eastern most remnant of the Congo-Guinea rainforest, Lake Victoria and it's papyrus fringed shores and the north eastern areas of arid, semi-arid and desert. As a result of these varied habitats, over 1090 species of birds, over 126 large mammals, over 900 species of butterflies, over 700 species fishes and in total over 25000 species of plants and animals have been recorded in her geographical boundaries.