11 superb bird watching trips in East Africa.
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Check out 11 great bird watching trips in East Africa supported by 17 reviews.
All bird watching trips are delivered by travel agencies in East Africa.
Prices range from 600 USD to 9,750 USD and our bird watching trips last from 2 days and to 14 days.
“We contacted Adventure Expeditions for the help in organizing customized safari trip. Diana was extremely fast at responding, arranged everything as we agreed and how she recommended and we were ready for a treat.
Our guide Patrick was amazing. He knows a lot about animals, is excellent driver and we had amazing safari experience. He knew how to spot animals and in first three days we saw the big 5 which was extremely rare. He knew a lot about the Kenya itself, each county and their main advantages. He was always on time, even early as we agreed, everything went accordingly to a plan, we could talk to him and to the office in Nairobi to make small changes in our schedule.
Thanks to the whole team for making the memorable holiday. We really highly recommend to book this agency, you will have absolutely great time without any worries!”
“Me and my fiance visited Africa few days ago and Arend Safaris gave us a safari to remember in Tanzania. I don't really know if this is how they treat everyone or it was just us but we felt like everyone went out of their way to make this safari greatest ever. We arrived in Arusha late afternoon and Protas our guide was there at the airport to pick us up.
We drove to the lodge for an amazing late lunch that was followed up by a wonderful city tour.
Later in the evening we went back to the lodge and waited for our big safari day.
Protas picked us up and off we went to the Tarangire park. Great park with lots of elephants and giraffes. We saw everything we could possibly see in the park and went to the lodge.
Next day we headed to the Ngorongoro. What a park. Tiny, beautiful evergreen, they called it a biggest caldera but I call it a magical park. What else could you want to see on safari than the big five? All of them with the aid of Protas who is an amazing spotter by the way. He showed us all we needed.
Just when we thought we've seen it all, Serengeti was there. I've been watching this adventures in National geographic since was a kid but finally everything I ever imagined was right before my eyes. What a spectacle. This endless plain is real and wonderful. It was raining during our season of visit but non of this was a problem. We enjoyed every moment stayed in this beautiful country.
Our final words are simply thrilling. Adventure was all worth it and very much recommendable. Luxury option is always a good idea as we can say. Go for luxury and don't forget to take Protas with you. He's such a life of a party. Never a dull moment around him.”
“I planned a safari to Tanzania for a long time and I thought it was great idea to use a small company since they don't have a lot of people to take to a safari hence I chose Arend Safari for my adventure. They really helped me get the best out my safari despite some little hitches that I can say were due to some unavoidable circumstances such as late arrivals of my flight due to the original flight cancellation. They had to rearrange my schedule s that I wont miss anything out there and Tom, managing director made sure everything went well with my safari. I enjoyed and I would recommended them to anybody visting Tanzania for a safari.”