Kenya

We believe that Africa’s heritage of wildland and animals should be recognized as the continent’s most precious natural resource, because the rewards of wildlife and nature conservation can be reaped sustainably through multi-use tourism, benefitting not only travellers, but also Africa’s land,
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Tanzania

Tanzania is home to Mt Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest mountain – and bordered by Africa’s three largest lakes – Lakes Malawi, Tanganyika and Victoria. Natural highlights abound, including Ngorongoro Crater – the largest intact caldera in the world, Olduvai Gorge – said
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Uganda

Uganda will meet all the expectations of the most seasoned East – Africa traveler. The country is quite small and has a very friendly population. The emphasis here is not on wild safaris but the impressive colourful beauty of a country with
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Rwanda

Many visitors come on holiday to Rwanda to see its famous mountain gorillas, sometimes as an add-on to a safari in Kenya or Tanzania, stay for just three or four days and then leave, which is a shame because there is so
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