Mammals & Birds Species Checklist
Follow the Wildebeest migration where you can encounter tens of thousands of animals
Marvel at the seemingly endless plains of the Serengeti and Maasai Mara
Enter the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater brimming with wildlife
Trek for man’s closest living relative – the Chimpanzee
Engage locally with the Maasai people
Spend time relaxing on the exotic islands of Zanzibar or pop across the border to Mozambique
NGORONGORO CRATER Enquire Now
The crater, also known as “Africa’s Eden” is the largest unbroken caldera in the world. Not only is it scenically breathtaking, but the crater is home to one of the world’s densest populations of large mammals and the highest concentration of large predators on the planet!
SERENGETI Enquire Now
Not only is this a great place in which to find game, the wide green-gold savannas, dotted with thorn trees, make it ideal for photography. The Serengeti offers long, undisturbed views and utterly dramatic panoramas. The landscape is simply stunning. The Serengeti, along with the Maasai Mara is host to the great Wildebeest migration.
MAHALE Enquire Now
Mahale lies on the idyllic eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika. The highlight of exploring the lush forests of Mahale National Park is the opportunity to spend quality time with Chimpanzee. The park offers a blissful blend of adventure in the forests and relaxation on tranquil beaches.
MAASAI MARA Enquire Now
The Mara is Kenya’s most well-known reserve. Boasting an astonishing selection of wildlife, here you can experience the ultimate safari. Famously, the Mara is the northerly end of the Great Wildebeest Migration that sweeps in from the Serengeti when the Tanzanian grass starts to fail.
ZANZIBAR Enquire Now
This scented land of coconuts and spices is so idyllic that the Sultan of Oman decided to move the seat of his empire to these shores! Today, the Zanzibar Archipelago is still bathed in the heady scents of cloves and cinnamon, and traditional dhows drift across the horizon. There is some excellent diving on the island of Mnemba.
The great Wildebeest migration is governed by nature and there is no precise timing. July to August is the time frame that the herds generally reach the Mara River, resulting in the famed Mara River crossings where crocodiles feast. During the long rains in April and May many properties close due to bad road conditions.