Safari & Wildlife

How amazing it is to interact with some of the world’s most incredible creatures and natural wonders. Enjoy the great outdoors and want to immerse yourself in a rich natural, cultural, or historical experiences and heritage? We bring you off the beaten track from nature reserves and UNESCO heritage sites, to learn, discover and understand the conservation of Earth's irreplaceable natural and cultural heritage.


Kenya is where the concept of ‘safari’ began and is renowned for its vast and numerous wildlife reserves. Kenya has endless savannah plains and scorched deserts interrupted by snow-capped mountains, cool highlands and equatorial forests. The scenic coastline possesses the atmosphere of a paradise island and is sprinkled with colourful coral reefs.

Kenya varies from the grassy wildlife-rich plains of the Masai Mara to Indian Ocean beaches, forested highlands, acacia-strewn plateaux, towering Mount Kenya, the waters of Lake Victoria and the arid landscapes of the north. Kenya plays host to an almost unrivalled array of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. The famous wildebeest herds of the Mara are a small part of the fauna of a country that is associated with Africa's wild savannah.



Tiny landlocked Rwanda is characterised by undulating hilly and mountainous terrain, with rainforest on the western heights and heavily cultivated fields in the valleys below. From the central areas, the land slopes away to the savannahs and marshes of the east.

Lying in the centre of the Albertine Rift in the western section of Africa’s Rift Valley means the country supports amazing diversity and endemism, from scenery and habitats to fauna and flora – conserved by several national parks. Aside from over a thousand plant species, 670 bird species and myriad reptiles and amphibians, Rwanda boasts some 151 mammal species, amongst which 15 are primates.



Tanzania is Africa's visual masterpiece. It is a country of natural splendour, astounding year-round wildlife, seductive beaches, archaeological sites and geological wonders. Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, rises from lush, grassy plains and towers over the land.

The ideal bush and beach destination, visitors to Tanzania can witness the mighty herds of the Great Migration thundering across the Serengeti plains and end their unforgettable safari with a serene beach holiday on Zanzibar, the intoxicatingly beautiful and exotic Spice Island.