Africa has a safari for every traveler. What will your travel story be? African safari packages and tours range from bucket list adventures to tours that range from affordable to luxurious. Choose Africa’s best family destinations for the vacation of a lifetime. Our top picks are South Africa, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and East Africa. We take our own families on safari trips, so we know how to plan a vacation to Africa that is unforgettable for all the right reasons. Our favorite kid friendly safaris combine classic game viewing in malaria-free destinations with family beach villas on tropical beaches.
Enjoy the Tremendous Safaris in the different African countries;
East Africa; Kenya’s appealing world of attractions ranges from stunning landscapes, cultural diversity, adventure sports, and beautiful beaches to unique wildlife. It is fascinating from the sheer diversity of its many game parks. One of the greatest sights is the annual migration of two million wild beasts – together with half a million zebras and thousands of gazelles across the endless savannah. Kenya boasts as the only country in the world with a national park in the capital, Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Kisii and the Gusii Highlands
Tanzania is one of the unique destinations on the African continent that has yet to be discovered by many. It is a land of many wonders, with an un-paralleled diversity of fauna and flora. Kilimanjaro, the highest permanently snow-capped free standing mountain in Africa, the exotic Islands of Zanzibar, the finest game sanctuaries of Serengeti, Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Ruaha, Selous and the Marine Park of Mafia Island are only but a few of the living examples. The scenery, topography and very friendly people harbor the growth of excellent cultural tourism, beach holidays, game hunting, historical and archaeological ventures and certainly the best wildlife photographic safaris on the continent.
Uganda is popularly known as the pearl of Africa. It features breath taking equatorial location on the forested shore of island-strewn, Lake Victoria. Uganda is the only safari destination whose range of forest primates is as impressive as its selection of plains antelope. Uganda not only prides immense wildlife but there is the mighty Nile, punctuated by the spectacular Murchison Falls, and the setting for some of the world’s most thrilling commercial white-water rafting. There are the snow-capped peaks of the Rwenzori, which provide a tantalizing challenge to dedicated mountaineers, as well as the Virunga Volcanoes and Mount Elgon. The myriad islands of Lake Victoria and Bunyonyi are idyllic venues, as are the myriad forest-fringed crater lakes that stud the rift valley floor and escarpment around Fort Portal.
Rwanda’s tourism sector has rich and beautiful attractions. Among these are the Akagera and Nyungwe National parks, forests, various flora and fauna, and the famous Silverback Mountain Gorillas found in the Volcano National Park. The Virunga volcanoes, which are home to the world’s most endangered and famed Mountain Gorillas, rises steeply from Lake Kivu in the west, sloping down first to a hilly central plateau and further eastwards to an area of marshy lakes around the upper reaches of the Akagera River, the most remote source of the Nile, where the Akagera National Park is situated. Dominated scenically by the labyrinth of swamps and lakes that follow the meandering course of the Akagera River, this is archetypal African savannah landscape of tangled acacia woodland interspersed with open grassland
Ethiopia history dates back to the legendary Queen of Sheba. It is one of East Africa’s most popular cultural destinations. It’s a country filled with interesting historical sites, lots of tribes, interesting religious festivals, and excellent mountains for trekking as well as riding a motorcycle through. Ethiopia’s uniqueness makes it a fascinating destination for every kind of traveler. The historic sites are extremely wide-ranging and possibly the most extensive in the whole of Sub-Saharan Africa.