Who would not like to see the King of the Jungle and his family in their natural habitat? A bonus would be if one witnesses in close proximity how a lion hunts a buck or a buffalo and move in for the kill! What few people know and even fewer have had the opportunity to see, is that lions love to laze high up in trees to get away from ants and wet grass. But there's much more to see in the African jungle and a Kenya and Tanzania Safari is a sure way to experience the best of African wildlife.
Kenya and neighboring Tanzania offer some of the best wildlife experiences one can dream of. This is where the Serengeti and Mt Kilimanjaro guard and groom the prolific fauna and flora that abound in vast plains. Imagine watching millions of wildebeest, gazelles and other plain game trekking over 800 kilometers in search of grazing? Or climbing to the summit of the highest mountain in Africa for a breathtaking view into infinity?
Tanzania is a beautiful country with luscious evergreen vegetation and many waterfalls feeding the outstretched crops. The northern safari circuit includes the Ngorongoro Crater and conservation area, as well as the national parks of Lake Manyara and Tarangire.
Tanzania also boasts several conservation areas and national parks teeming with wildlife. To the north is the Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara and Tarangire national parks, while the Selous game reserve and the Ruaha national park grace the south. Watching prides of lions and other wild animals gather around the water holes at sunset is the kind of scenes that movies are made of.
More than 50 national parks and game reserves teeming with wildlife make Kenya one of the best places to get a true experience of African wildlife. The Great Rift Valley, Mt Kenya, Kyulu hills and the unique Maasai Village are just some of the main attractions not to be missed.
Kenya boasts over 50 national parks and game reserves, each abuzz with a huge variety of unique African creatures and features. Its majestic landscapes and features include the Great Rift Valley, Mt Kenya, Kyulu hills and many more. The locals speak Swahili and the indigenous Maasai tribe with their rich history and ancient traditions still evoke respect as one of the most celebrated cultures in Africa.
Dozens of agencies and tour groups offer a wide choice of African Adventure packages, tailor-made to suit any visitor's needs. Whether you want to stay in luxury in 5 star hotels, or have a more authentic tent-life experience of wild, wonderful Africa - it's there for the taking. To experience the best of both worlds in Kenya and Tanzania, choose a package that includes both countries as well as a visit to Zanzibar! Hakuna Matata!
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