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29 East Africa 15-day itineraries and tours

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Gorilla and Game Trek - 15 days

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15 day explorer tour to Nairobi, Masai Mara National Reserve and 6 other destinations traveling through Kenya and Uganda. Read More
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  • Activities Explorer
  • Accommodation Hotel, Camping & Tent
  • Transport Boat, 4WD Jeep & Overland Vehicle
  • Age Range 18+ years old
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African Safari: Kenya & Tanzania

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15 day safari tour to Nairobi, Amboseli National Park and 6 other destinations traveling through Kenya and Tanzania. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Safari & Wildlife
  • Accommodation Lodge & Hotel
  • Transport 4WD Jeep
  • Age Range 1+ years old
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Madagascan Discoverer

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What a wonderfully all encompassing tour of Madagascar taking in a great selection of the fantastic ...
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Cultural, religious and historic sites & Natural landmarks sightseeing
  • Accommodation Hotel
  • Transport Bus, 4WD Jeep, Flight, Boat, Ferry & Rickshaw
  • Age Range 16+ years old
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Kenya & Uganda Gorilla Overland: Forests & Wildlife Spotting

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15 day gorilla and chimpanzee tracking trip to Nairobi, Masai Mara National Reserve and 8 other destinations traveling through Kenya and Uganda. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Gorilla and chimpanzee tracking & Wildlife +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Camping, Lodge & Resort
  • Transport Boat & 4WD Jeep
  • Age Range 18-39 yrs
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Serengeti & Kilimanjaro

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15 day road trip to Nairobi, Kisii and 10 other destinations traveling through Kenya and Tanzania. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Road trips & Wildlife +4 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Camping, Hut & Sleeper Bus
  • Transport Bus, Overland Vehicle, 4WD Jeep & Minibus
  • Age Range 15+ years old
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Namibia, Chobe and Vic Falls

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15 day self-drive or vehicle rental trip through Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund and 6 other destinations in 5 different countries. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Self-drive or vehicle rental
  • Accommodation Hotel, Lodge & Tent
  • Transport Private Vehicle, Boat, Flight, Helicopter & 4WD Jeep
  • Age Range 18+ years old
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Kenya & Tanzania Wildlife Discoverer

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The wildlife viewing was incredible! We were able to take superb photos and the knowledge guides wer ...
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Wildlife safaris and game drives & Adventure +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel & Lodge
  • Transport Boat & 4WD Jeep
  • Age Range 18+ years old
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Madagascar Wilderness Trek

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15 day wildlife tour through Antananarivo, Ifaty Beach, Ranomafana National Park and 4 other destinations in Madagascar. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Wildlife & Active and outdoor +5 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Bungalow, Lodge, Resort, Camping & Eco Lodge
  • Transport Bus, 4WD Jeep & Minibus
  • Age Range 14+ years old
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Madagascar: The Lost Continent

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15 day active and outdoor trip through Antananarivo, Toliara, Antsirabe and 6 other destinations in Madagascar. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Active and outdoor & Cultural, religious and historic sites +4 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Hut, Guest House & Bungalow
  • Transport Flight, Boat & Minibus
  • Age Range 14+ years old
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Southern Africa Overland: Canoes & Camp-Outs

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15 day canyoning trip through Victoria Falls, Matobo National Park, Tshipise and 7 other destinations in 4 different countries. Read More
  • Tour Type Group Tour
  • Activities Canyoning & Camping +1 more
  • Accommodation Camping, Hotel, Lodge, Resort & Sleeper Bus
  • Transport Overland Vehicle, Bus, Boat, Helicopter & 4WD Jeep
  • Age Range 18-39 yrs
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Kilimanjaro - Lemosho Route & Serengeti Adventure

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15 day natural landmarks sightseeing trip through Moshi, Mti Mkubwa Camp, Shira Camp One and 10 other destinations in Tanzania. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Natural landmarks sightseeing & Safari +1 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Camping & Lodge
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  • Age Range 1+ years old
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Zambia Family Safari Holiday

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15 day wildlife safaris and game drives trip to Flatdogs Camp, Kafue National Park and 5 other destinations traveling through Zambia and Zimbabwe. Read More
  • Tour Type Private Tour
  • Activities Wildlife safaris and game drives & National parks +2 more
  • Accommodation Hotel, Lodge & Tent
  • Transport Flight, Boat, Helicopter & 4WD Jeep
  • Age Range 1+ years old
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Cycling Uganda & Rwanda: The Heart of Africa

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15 day bicycle trip to Entebbe, Fort Portal and 9 other destinations traveling through Uganda and Rwanda. Read More
  • Tour Type Small Group Tour
  • Activities Bicycle tours
  • Accommodation Hotel, Lodge & Resort
  • Transport 4WD Jeep
  • Age Range 18+ years old
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Kilimanjaro - Lemosho Route & Wildlife Safari

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The climb was a wonderful experience and excellent guides and porters looked after us so well. We al ...
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  • Activities Trekking
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  • Transport Private Vehicle, Flight & 4WD Jeep
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Madagascan Discoverer trip - September 2014
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“I was in a group of twelve on the 4 September 2014 trip, led by a very popular Malagasy guide (favourably referred to in many reviews) whose very long name was conveniently shortened to "Sol". Weather at this time of year turned out to be mainly very good - not over-hot in the later stages of the trip. Unfortunately, our first few days in the rain forest were pretty damp - it rained non-stop. This did not prevent us seeing any of the wildlife but some of the initial photos inevitably reflected the difficulty of taking them. Occasionally, as in the Kirindi reserve, the lemurs are habituated to humans and, if you sit quietly, one troupe will come and mingle - especially if you give them some water. (Don't touch their tails!) Others stick to the high trees and are often frustratingly difficult to photograph because so many branches and twigs get in the way. After the rain forest we flew back to Antananarivo ("Tana") and, thereafter until the last day, all travel was by road. Apart from splitting the group into four 4WDs for the Tsingy excursion, all driving was in a smallish bus. The bus was reasonably comfortable and air-conditioned but we rarely felt the need for the A/C as long as the fan was on. There are a lot of long driving days but the roads on the circular part of the tour are all pretty good and, if you want to see the country properly, there is really no alternative. Sol made sure we had plenty of stops so the experience was fine for most of us - if not all. The road up to the Tsingy was a different matter and was in serious need of improvement. It will probably get this before too long - graders were already in evidence and tourists will wonder what the fuss was about within a couple of years. Ferry crossings were slow and inefficient but provided a good opportunity to chill out. The worst length of dirt road is probably between Tulear and the hotel north of Ifaty. This requires a lot of patience and will probably not be upgraded anytime soon. Hotels were, as indicated by previous reviews, surprisingly good and pretty clean for the most part. For those who cannot get away from their phones or tablets Wi-Fi is available at most of them - if only in Reception. Electricity is sometimes rationed (e.g. 7-10pm only) and room lighting usually leaves a lot to be desired. One "tented" camp was a bit basic but perfectly acceptable. Meals were good - although menus were not particularly varied. If you like Zebu steak and chips you will enjoy this trip a lot. That said some of the fish is excellent and I had one meal of lobster which was greatly enjoyed. Desserts are mainly fruit so it is difficult to over-indulge too much. As regards health issues I was lucky - being on antibiotics for a pre-holiday infection. I suspect this protected me because everybody else had tummy troubles during the first week, although nobody seemed much under the weather for more than a day or two. Few mosquitos were in evidence - even in the rain forest. I took great care to smother myself in DEET throughout the trip and only relaxed the regime when we returned to Tana at the end - when, inevitably, I suffered several bites. The Tsingy is a strange area of pinnacles and extremely sharp rocks. It is well worth seeing and the climbing element is worth experiencing (not for the faint-hearted but not onerous). We had no problems but it is probably worth making sure that your insurance covers helicopter evacuation (assuming a helicopter is actually available - which may not be the case). To my surprise the scenery on our later circular route did not vary very much - rolling brown/yellow hills with scrub and lots of little square houses. (I had been expecting mountains but we only saw them from a distance in the south). Others have commented on the "slash and burn" approach to agriculture and the deforestation evident, with all the wildlife under threat and confined to reserves. Whilst there is a lot of truth to these observations I felt that most of the scenery we saw had probably not changed much for many years. That said, the change will probably accelerate in the near future so now is a good time to go. Baobabs are nearly everywhere on the west coast and you will get baobabbed out! Tana has some interesting areas and the older buildings on the central escarpment (where the wealthy live) could almost be from an old European town. The lake in the centre of the city is a disgrace - being widely (and openly) used as a latrine and the smell is offputting. Baobab alley was good - although the locals tend to congregate there a lot (some with herds of Zebu) and there were comments to the effect that they spoiled the pictures! Sadly we didn't get a decent sunset there. Others may be luckier. I think now is a very good time to see Madagascar. Tourism, whilst increasing, has not yet taken off and one does not get pestered to buy souvenirs to anything like the irritating extent one does in so many other countries. I think I would still recommend seeing Ethiopia first but this was a good and enjoyable trip and can safely be recommended.”
The trip that just keeps on giving.
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“Whereas nothing can be guaranteed this trip was one that just kept on giving. It surpassed all expectations and we were extremely fortunate to see and experience all that we did. Wildlife in abundance exhibiting some distinctive behaviour . The big 5 was seen in the first two days and with the animals being used to seeing traffic in the game reserves and National Parks they were almost within 'touching' distance from the truck. I have lost count of the many species of animals and birds seen throughout the journey. Equally spectacular was the scenery in the three very different countries visited. All the game lodges used enhanced the experience with buffalo even grazing outside (security procedures in place), Wild Waters set on an island in the middle of the Nile offered luxury not expected but was well received and was in the right place at the right time for our day of optional activities. The chance to meet and take part in local communities along with the extremely knowledgeable leader and driver all added to the 'adventure' of a lifetime.”
Oh My Freaking God I Want to Move to Africa.
5 - Excellent
  • Anonymous
“I have been fortunate to travel a lot. These countries were my 51st, 52nd and 53rd but this was the best time of my life. This was my 7th small group trip. I have never felt more grateful in my lifeand it is all owed to this wonderful staff, Gilbert (our guide), Stoney (our driver), Albert (our cook) and Charles (his helper).I moderately injured my low back while rafting in Jinja and was very worried that if it worsened (from camping or the bumpy dirt roads) I would not be able to do the Chimp or Gorilla treks. The staff did everything in their power to help me through this and Im very thankful for that; the injury never worsened and I was able to do everything that the agenda entailed.The safari portion of our trip was extraordinary, particularly in the Mara and Lake Nakuru. The boat safari in Murchison was also amazing as we saw everything in such a different ecosystem. The highlights: five lionesses in a tree, two leopards, a monster of a crocodile, a wildebeest stampede, a hippo and a family of warthogs at our campsite in Murchison, hordes of playful baby baboons, a pack of zebras hilariously chasing an territory-invading jackal and virtually every other large African mammal except the cheetah.A few other animal experiences to mention:There are 1,388 species of birds in East Africa. Im not a birder or anything but I was constantly in awe of the gorgeous, highly varied plumage patterns of these majestic creatures.The chimps in the Budongo Forest were outrageous. We hoped to just see a few eating in the treetops. We saw that and about twenty minutes into our viewing session a highly-orchestrated colobus monkey hunt began with screeching, screaming and yelling. Chimps rapidly descended all around us, ran across the forest floor and ascended other trees nearby. The rangers claimed they killed three colobus. While we collectively only had one picture of a chimp eating his prey, it was an exhilarating, albeit terrifying and somewhat sad, experience.I figured the chimps had stolen the show. But the gorillas responded. Extraordinary experience...we had no clue how close they were going to get. They say its a seven meter distance that we need to maintain, but not if the gorillas decide they want to play with you... One of the gorillas (an impish three year old boy) sprinted to me, stuck his head between my knees and patted the sides of my thighs in rapid succession. He then just lied there. No one got any of it on film because the silverback, Bweza, was waking right towards me as his son was pulling this stunt and everyone had to shuffle away quickly... Bweza was no more than two meters away from me before we could all pull back. It was terrifying but that early lesson taught us that these gorillas are extremely habituated and thus, totally harmless; I suspect Bweza was simply wanting to keep his playful toddler in check. Later on during the viewing hour, the same three yr old pirouetted three or four times right at our feet. It was adorable. That was followed by several minutes of wrestling with his same-aged cousin. One of the great memories of my life.Most importantly, our crew made the trip.Gilbert, our leader, was outstanding. Solid knowledge of the animals. He has degrees in tourism and social anthropology and it really shows. He not only has a good understanding of the countries we visited but the continent and the world as a whole. His education led to a bunch of really interesting conversations that I enjoyed. Very well organized, kind and funny as well. A great trip leader.Albert was our chef and did a damn good job prepping tasty meals for us. Most importantly though, he was ALWAYS in a good mood and lifted the spirits of our group constantly. Ill never forget the guy.Stoney, our driver, was a great great guy. Sincere, kind and very hard working. He navigated some tough roads and kept us on time. I had several great conversations with him about all kinds of topics ... mostly his family, his childhood and Kenyas hopes for the future. Another guy with a big heart Ill never forget.Lastly, Charles, the helper, was just a damn hard worker. For a first timer, he really seemed to contribute a lot. Always dived in when he was needed.Again, what a great trip. Im elated that I was able to do this with such a wonderful group of people.Thanks to the tour operator!”