Kenya’s special appeal lies in its many and varied attractions and its contrasting geographical features.Kenya is a true nature-lovers paradise with no less than forty wildlife sanctuaries where Kenya’s rich natural heritage is protected for posterity. These reserves vary from thick virginal forests in the mountainous areas to the great tracts of Savannah plains with vast concentrations of game – such as the famous Masai Mara Reserve – to the lakes with millions of flamingo, and the marine parks in … Read More
Tanzania is a country of superlatives. It is famous for Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain (19,034ft./6340m.)its snow-capped dome looming majestically over the surrounding country; the Serengeti plains, where over two million wild animals co-exist and which is the source of the spectacular annual migration of countless wildebeest.The Ngorongoro is one of nature’s splendid creations, a massive caldera crater which is a haven for many species of game, including the “Big Five”. Nearby, glinting in the Great Rift Valley lies Lake … Read More
The Seychelles are the jewels of the Indian Ocean, a necklace of a hundred granitic and coral islands scattered in lagoon-blue seas, each with sparkling white beaches, and its own charm. These islands boast a dozen unique species of birds, and many rare plants. Praslin is the home of the Cocodemer palm found only in the lush Vallee de Mai forests. Seychelles offers excellent watersports and living facilities.
Mauritius is an island nation situated on the south western side of the Indian Ocean. The epitome of Indian Ocean paradise, Mauritius is an island of pristine sea beaches and a well stocked marine life that are an object of fascination for the majority of tourists. Spend your time lazing around on the beaches or if you are the type of the person who craves adventure, indulge in the various water sport activities that this beautiful island has to offer.The … Read More