Exploring Kenya and Tanzania
Exploring Kenya and Tanzania
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This Kenya and Tanzania adventure includes: 10 Days | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner | Sights. Explore some of the East African region’s most captivating attractions, from the Selenkay... View Full Description
This Kenya and Tanzania adventure includes: 10 Days | Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner | Sights.
Explore some of the East African region’s most captivating attractions, from the Selenkay Conservancy to the foothills of Mount Kenya, from Tarangire National Park to the Ngorongoro Crater is best known for its natural beauty and abundance of diverse wildlife to the heart of Tanzania, the Central Serengeti and finally to the vast, rolling savannah of the Northern Serengeti, known as the hub of the great migration.
Situated in magical Kenya, just north of Amboseli over the northern boundary of Amboseli Park is the Selenkay Conservancy. Selenkay shares the same ecosystem as Amboseli and is established on lands leased from the local Maasai, with the aim of protecting the wildlife habitat and encouraging wildlife conservation. The conservancy is home to an array of wildlife such as elephant, gazelle, lion, giraffe cheetah, leopard, mongoose, porcupine, yellow baboon and bat-eared fox. It boasts a remote bush camp in the heart of Selenkay’s Maasailand which is the perfect spot from which to view the plentiful of wildlife. Visitors can enjoy close encounters with wildlife, day and night game drives, guided bush walks with experienced, knowledgeable Maasai guides and visiting a local Maasai village.
Ol Kinyei Conservancy
As one of the sixteen conservancies that make up the renowned Maasai Mara National Reserve, the Ol Kinyei Conservancy is a pristine wilderness area characterised by open savannah plains, riverine forest, springs, rivers, and rolling hills. The conservancy is inhabited by a wide variety of the animal species for which the Mara is famous including, among others: lion, leopard, cheetah, giraffe, and wild dog. The wildebeest migration also passes through Ol Kinyei when herds from the eastern plains of Loita join the migration to the Mara Reserve. Visitors can look forward to morning, evening and late-night game drives, guided walks with expert local Maasai guides, and drinking sundowners at a number of scenic points within the conservancy.
Situated in the heart of Tanzania, the Central Serengeti encompasses the world-famous Seronera Valley which is known for its prime wildlife-viewing opportunities. This picture-perfect landscape is characterised by endless stretches of savannah-covered open plains, interspersed by rocky outcrops of granite, scattered with acacia woodlands and covered in a network of rivers and streams. The Central Serengeti forms part of the great wildebeest and zebra migration and provides an ideal habitat for a variety of wildlife such as giraffe, impala, waterbuck, hippo, elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, hyena, jackal, serval and much more. Popular activities include: game viewing, cultural tours, horse riding safaris, and hot air ballooning over the spectacularly scenic terrain.
Located in Northern Tanzania, the Ngorongoro Crater is best known for its natural beauty and abundance of diverse wildlife; which makes it one of Africa’s most popular safari destinations. Surrounded by Tanzania’s highlands, this UNESCO-listed crater is said to be the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera. Visitors can look forward to spotting the world-renowned Big Five and a host of other wildlife species including large herds of zebra and wildebeest. It is famed as one of Tanzania’s best tourist attractions offering visitors an array of wonderful activities including excellent bird watching, trekking, wildlife viewing, mountain biking and visiting a local Maasai village. Don’t miss the opportunity to jump on an excursion to the magnificent Olduvai Gorge.
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire National Park, situated within Tanzania’s spectacular Manyara Region, is an awe-inspiring national park comprising of granite ridges, river valleys, mixed vegetative landscapes, and free-roaming wildlife. During the annual dry season the Tarangire River is a magnet for thirsty wildlife. Large herds of elephants and migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest and eland gather and not surprisingly the predators follow. With lion being among the most commonly spotted animal, it is a rare day that a visitor does not spot this majestic animal prowling or grazing. Tarangire is also the one place in Tanzania where dry-country antelope such as oryx and gerenuk are seen regularly. This expansive area is also known for its spectacular baobab trees, its breathtaking views of the Masaai Steppe and the wondrous mountains to the south.
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