Whether you enjoy wild adventure and challenge, or quiet relaxation and serenity, you will agree that nothing compares to a vacation in East Africa. Gorgeous sceneries, extreme sports, bird watching, gorilla treks, mountaineering, rolling grasslands teeming with wildlife, and truly unique cultural experiences are all within reach. We will make sure that your trip is the best that it can be. We will be there to help you enjoy the experience in each destination, providing extraordinary memories, great fun and un-equaled adventure, all with a sense of security and thoughtful planning.
Here is a sampling of our outstanding vacation tours: Gorilla tracking tours is a very captivating activity; it involves walking in the wilderness in search of these great apes. There are two gorilla parks in the pearl of africa which are prime areas for tracking these endangered giants.
White Water Rafting the Nile The world’s longest river roars to life as the White Nile minutes after slipping quietly from Lake Victoria. It thunders between heavily forested islands and then leaps wildly into a series of spectacular drops. The roar of the rapids drift upstream with the gently breeze. People living near the river's edge and wooden canoes laden with excited locals are mesmerized as they watch the rafts in action To the amazement of our audience, we plunge into the maelstrom and ride the mountainous waves downstream. The rafts explode through huge walls of whitewater and drift through the warm green pools (27°C) in the equatorial sunshine. This is white water rafting at its very best. This is the Source of the mighty Nile River, and the source of adventure and excitement. Join us for the wildest rafting trip on the planet. Enjoy the thrill and exhilaration of the best extreme sports activities Africa has to offer, knowing you are in the safest hands.
Queen Elizabeth National Park lies to the south of the Rwenzori mountain range that soars upward within a dozen miles of its northern boundary. The park is spread along the eastern shore of the Rift Valley's Lake Edward covering 2500 square kilometers. The park's northern section is particularly scenic with lion prides and herds of elephants and cape buffalo, Africa's most dangerous animal.