This short fly-in safari can be combined with a beach stay or booked as an extension to your Rwanda Gorilla tracking or Uganda Gorilla tracking safari. It may also be tailor-made to include more nights at other Kenya safari locations. Maasai Mara boasts some 1,672 sq km of unspoilt wilderness. The views are breathtaking and the vastness of open space overwhelming. Maasai Mara is home to all the 'Big Five' – lion, leopard, elephant, African buffalo and black rhino and is the stage for the annual 'Great Migration' of millions of wildebeest and Zebra across the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem.
Take four days to experience the wonder of tracking endangered gorilla's in their natural habitat.
This rare and unique opportunity allows you to get up-close and personal with some of the most spectacular creatures in the world, whilst all the time being surrounded by the paradise that is the landscape of Rwanda, otherwise known as 'the land of a thousand hills'.
The classic bongo safari by Real Africa Safaris allows you to get back to nature, and witness some of the most extraordinary animals nature has to offer, all whilst enjoying the luxury of first class transport and accommodation. From the slopes of Mt. Kenya, to the sweeping plains of the Maasai Mara - the wildlife in Kenya is unparalleled!
Rwanda is renowned for the opportunity it gives travellers to come face to face with primates in their natural habitat.
The 5 day primate safari allows you to make the most of these opportunities, and see up to 13 species of primate in the wild. This includes the endangered gorilla, who you will track through the Rwandan rainforest and spend up to an hour observing.
With less than 2,500 gorillas left living in the wild today, this rare chance is the ultimate wildlife experience which truly takes you back to nature in its rawest form.
The vast majority of Tanzania’s elephants live in one remote stretch of safari wilderness – the Selous Game Reserve. This safari offers you the opportunity to participate in classic style game drives, boating and walking safaris in the wild. Selous game reserve named after Frederick Selous, a British explorer and hunter, is Africa’s largest protected wildlife reserve. Due to its remote location, and being easily accessible only by small aircraft, Selous has remained one of the untouched gems of Tanzania, and indeed, of Africa.
Because of its rather remote location, Ruaha National Park is largely unexplored. Because of this, a safari to Ruaha often has the feel of a private adventure and a unique experience. For the intrepid wilderness lover and the avid safari explorer, a trip to Ruaha is uniquely rewarding.
All of northern Tanzania’s parks in one comprehensive wildlife adventure. Immerse yourself in the beauty of Tarangire national park and learn about the Leakey family’s archaeological discoveries at Oldupai Gorge. Serengeti is a land of lion, giraffe, acacia and vast, open plains. It is also the site of a fascinating seasonal phenomena: the great migration, when untold numbers of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle follow an ancient route to Tanzania. Ngorongoro is a natural wonder not to be missed on an African safari. Wildlife living inside the crater includes the endangered black rhino, leopard and over 300 bird species, all yours to see on this thrilling discovery journey.
Experience the best of Tanzania in style! This safari offers a mix of exceptional game viewing and luxurious accommodation in some of Tanzania’s most stunning locations. The camps featured are located in exceptionally private areas, offering visitors luxurious and very exclusive safari experiences.
An incredible wildlife safari through Tanzania’s most famous game parks. Lake Manyara is famous for tree climbing lions as well as many other big game. Ngorongoro is considered by many the ‘8th wonder of the world’ for its grandeur and numbers of wildlife that live inside the crater. Serengeti is large and hosts large herds of animals. This safari lets you enjoy all this away from the masses and in the comfort of your private vehicle and guide.