Africa Photographic Safari l Africa Photography Tours

Africa Photographic Safari l Africa Photography Tours:- Africa Photographic Safari focuses exclusively on photographic safaris to Africa and takes you only to the most photo-productive destinations. In our Africa Photographic Safari, We take small groups where each photographer is guaranteed a full row of seats in the safari vehicle. Our Africa Photographic Safari Guides pay full attention to photographic details and the needs of both serious and amateur nature photographers. Photographic Safari in Africa is one of the best ways where you can view the wildlife in its natural habitat. Shooting at the sunset at the African Photographic Safari is a magical experience.

The natural light and color of the sky give an extra dimension to photography. The African Wildlife Safari on the backdrop of setting sun provides scintillating frames. The bird in the sky, animals roaming the plains or resting are a sight not to be missed. If you want to capture the wilderness of African Photographic Safari with all its glory then taking an Africa Safari is the destination for you. Africa has all the elements in it, which makes it one of the best Photographic Safari destinations.

Africa Photography Tours

East Africa Photographic Tours, Photography Tours goes to the world’s most wonderful places – without the crowds! Discover our small-group, luxury photography tours to the most extraordinary wildlife, landscape and cultural experiences on Earth. We work with a number of photography tour outfitters and specialist lodges to bring you the best available environment for photography in Africa. Our photography tours generally cater for small groups and are conducted with a professional tour guide, guaranteeing individualized attention and on-going instructions. Our Photo Tours are designed to meet your every need. East Africa Photographic Tours and photo safaris include a mixture of wildlife, landscape and people.

Catering for different skill levels, from the enthusiastic amateur to the seasoned professional, Africa plays host to dramatic landscapes, incredible wildlife and exceptional scenery. This is the destination should you want to capture that award winning image. Our photography tours generally cater for small groups and are conducted with a professional grade guide, guaranteeing individualized attention and on-going instructions. Many of the itineraries will also include pre/post excursion briefing and image editing. Whether you’re a novice or a professional photographer, Africa will delight. African Photographic Safaris are the best wildlife photography which lets you explore the wild animals in their natural habitat. It is once in a lifetime experience that every photographer wants to experience. African Safari lets you get involved in their untamed world which is surrounded by the drama and charm of the planet’s greatest theater. Where every angle is unique and each moment personalized. Photographic Safari is one of the best ways to preserve your memories.

Africa Photographic Safari

Photographic Safari / Wildlife photography requires patience, preparation, dedication and a guide that understands how to get you into the right position for that perfect capture. You also need lots of space and equipment to move in your vehicle.

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If you enjoy wildlife photography, there are a few things that you should consider before making the investment in your next safari adventure in Africa.

It’s important that your guide is dedicated to photography and understands the technical aspects of taking a good wildlife photo. Vehicle positioning, for instance, is essential as it ensures the best angle for you and your camera in any given situation. The guide also needs to be committed to waking up early and staying out late in order to maximize times for great light and movement of wildlife. It’s also essential that the safari vehicle has sufficient space, as operating bulky equipment in a car full of other guests can get awkward.

Private guided safaris ensure that all these matters are taken care of, allowing you to focus on enjoying the creative aspects of your trip. On photographic safaris, destinations are chosen with photography in mind and your itinerary will consider all the best times to be out and enjoying the wilderness. Photographic camps have the necessary editing, charging and storage facilities for your photos so you need not worry about bringing laptops, extra batteries and other bulky and expensive equipment.

We focus exclusively on African photo safaris, taking you only to the most photo-productive destinations. Be part of a small group photo safari atmosphere where each wildlife photographer is guaranteed a FULL ROW of seats in the safari vehicle. We pay full attention to photographic aspects of a photo safari and the specific needs of both serious and amateur wildlife photographers. If you prefer small groups and are serious about your wildlife photography, then our photo safaris are right for you.

Africa Photographic Safari Packages

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Mount Kenya Climbing Safari

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari:- At a height of 5199 meters above sea level, Climbing Mount Kenya expeditions has three peaks, Batian 5,199m being the most difficult climbing peak, Nelion 5,188m second difficult climb and point Lenana 4,985m. Other major summits on the mountain include Point Piggott 4,957m, Point Dutton 4,885 and Point John 4,883m. Mount Kenya is Africa’s second highest mountain at 5,199m (17,058 feet) and the highest of all Kenya Mountains. Mount Kenya is roughly circular, about 60km across at the 200mm contour, where the steep font hills rise out of the gentler slopes of the centered highlands. At the center of the massif, the main peaks rise sharply from around 4,500m to the main summit of Batian 5,199m, Nelion 5,188m and point Lenana 4,985m. Other major summits on the mountain include Point Piggott 4,957m, Point Dutton 4,885 and Point John 4,883m. Of the three main peaks (Batian, Lenana and Nelion), only point Lenana can be reached by trekkers and the other two being only for technical climbers.

Mount Kenya is the second highest peak in Africa and stands somewhat unjustly in the shadow of its taller neighbor Kilimanjaro, which lies some 320km away in the south and is visible on a clear day. Kili may see much more traffic – due to the possibility of summiting via several non-technical trekking routes and due to the sometimes dubious honor of being one of the Seven Summits – but Mount Kenya offers a wealth of excellent and diverse climbing possibilities on rock, snow and ice.

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari – Africa’s second highest mountain – Mount Kenya Climbing Safari offers a choice of exciting treks and climbs through its varied scenery of volcanic ridges, deep valleys and rugged landscape. To climb Mount Kenya is an experience of a lifetime, highly recommended to the adventurous traveler willing to forego some of life’s luxuries for a few days. Mount Kenya offers a choice of exciting treks and climbs through varied ecosystems and awe-inspiring scenery. With its volcanic ridges and glacial valleys radiating across the land like spokes from a wheel, the massive bulk of Mount Kenya straddles the Equator yet is permanently crowned with snow. The Mount Kenya National Park, surrounded by 2000 square kilometers of Forest Reserve, is dominated by the twin summits of Batian (5,199 m) and Nelion (5,188 m).

The Mount Kenya Forest Reserve provides the ideal habitat for vast herds of buffalo and elephant as well as a bright kaleidoscope of birds and other wildlife. At higher altitudes, the forest gives way to lush bamboo groves where Columbus monkeys leap and leopard prowl and, higher up, there is tussock grass and alpine moorlands, jewel-studded by icy glacial tarns and moraines. As for the globally unique alpine flora, it features 13 species endemic to the mountain including giant lobelias, groundsel and water-holding cabbages.

Long overshadowed by Kilimanjaro, trekkers are starting to take notice of this beautiful glacial peak. An ancient dormant volcano, its flanks have been shaped and moulded to dramatic affect by glaciation. Mount Kenya plays host to dense bamboo and rain forest on its lower slopes and rare Afro-Alpine moorland and plant-life at higher elevations. Alongside the climbers’ twin peaks of Batian (5199m) and Nelion (5,188m) lies the no less dramatic trekker’s peak at Lenana (4,985m). The trek up Mount Kenya demands a degree of fitness and altitude smarts, but it rewards all the way to the peak.

Climbing Mount Kenya is very accessible and there-in lies the problem. With a decent level of fitness it is easy to gain altitude quickly and find yourself the on the night before summiting with a throbbing head-ache and all the symptoms of acute mountain sickness. Trekking with a good experienced guide, taking a sensible easy pace and keeping hydrated makes all the difference. The best approach is always to allow extra time for your ascent, an extra day at Shipton’s Camp takes all the pressure of the itinerary and gives you time to enjoy the fabulous trekking around the peak. Generally speaking it isn’t necessary to undergo a gruelling fitness regime prior to attempting Mount Kenya, anyone who is trek fit, and is comfortable walking 6-8 hour days should be fine.

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari Guides, Porters and Cooks

The trekking crew will usually consist of a guide, cook, porter for the cooking gear plus a personal porter per trekker. It has been said before, but a good experienced guide is so important on Mount Kenya, for two reasons; (1) they will regulate your pace, be able to draw on their experience to diagnose altitude sickness symptoms and have the confidence to make critical decisions and (2) their knowledge of the wildlife and fauna on the mountain will bring the environment alive. All guides and porters must be registered with Kenya Wildlife Services and hold a mountain guide park from Mt Kenya National Park. It is fair to say that all the guides will have a good knowledge of the routes, but only the good guides will have wildlife knowledge and experience of dealing with altitude sickness problems.

Point Lenana (4985m) can be achieved by any physically fit person and no climbing experience is necessary.

The various routes to climb Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari – Sirimon Route

This route provides the easiest and most scenic access to the Northern side of the central peaks, which include Batia, Nelion and Lenana. The track is 15 km from Nanyuki town heading towards Meru. This route has a lot of advantages that makes it more favorable and comfortable. It lies on the northwestern side of Mt. Kenya, and generally escapes some rainfall, making it drier than other routes most time of the year. There are two permanent camps, the Old Moses at 3300 m and Shipton’s camp 4200 m (overlooking the main peaks) From the Mackinder valley, where the Shipton camp stands, you have the panoramic view of all the main peaks including Terere and Sendeyo two ancient parasitic vents of the main peaks. Water is plentiful and you can always refill your bottles.  You also have a chance to cross the Equator both at Nanyuki and on your way to Old Moses Camp.

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari – Chogoria Route

This route provides access to the peaks, from the eastern side of the mountain. The route begins from chogoria town; about 96km from Embu and 64km from Meru. It is regarded as being the most beautiful route to the mountain. Ernest Carr, who made a vehicle track to the moorland, opened it in 1920s. It is however, a much longer route, compared to the others.

Camping is possible at the road head and water is available from a stream that passes by. Mintos Hut (4,300m) is an excellently sited hut on the plateau overlooking Lake Michaelson 300m below. Spectacular views can be sighted at the Nithi George, by walking ten minutes south-east of the Mintos hut to the edge of the “Temple.” From Hall Tarn the trail continues to the Austria Hut (4,790m) via square Tarn and the Tooth Col, then round the head of the Hobley Valley. Alternatively Shipton’s Camp (4,200m) may be reached (3 hours), via Simba Col. Drop down towards lower Simba Tarn and turn left to Shipton’s Camp.

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari – Naru Moru Route

This route to the Teleki Valley and is the shortest way to the peaks. It is the most densely populated with hikers owing to the fact that is the shortest way up, and most obvious trail. A steep marshy section known as the Vertical bog, is reached one hour from Met Station, this section is terrible and is covered in two hours. After three to four hours from Met Station the path reaches the crest of the ridge overlooking Teleki Valley (4000m)

The path contours along the right hand side of the Teleki Valley, keeping high and then gradually descending to pass Naro Moru stream to Mackinder’s Camp (4,200m). From Met Station to Mackinder’s camp is app 5-6 hours of hiking. The Austrian hut can be reached in a further 4 hours walk and another 45 min you see point Lenana (4985m)

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari – Burguret route

The route starts from Mountain Rock Hotel, and goes through the forest past Gathiuru Forest Station to an indistinct road head at the end of the plantation area – 2,500m. The trail continues from here to elephant camp 2,600m. The trail cuts through tropical rainforest till it gets to the more open Hagenia –Hypericum Zone 2860m and eventually to the Heath Zone from where you can now clearly see the peaks. Further on after the castle there is a good campsite ‘kampi ya farasi’ on which we pitch up our tents for the night.

From ‘kampi ya farasi’, the trail swings left and climbs steeply out of the valley. The ridge bears right again, and a walk over rocky ground brings you round the hill. The trail then swings to the left via the Hausberg Col and Oblong Tarn to Mackinder’s valley and descends down to Shipton’s Camp (4,200m).

 Mount Kenya Summit Circuit of the main Peaks.

Beginning from Shipton’s Camp you ascend directly to Kami Hut, follow the sandy scree to Hausberg Col and drop steeply to Oblong and Hausberg Tarn for a short rest.

After your rest the path leads straight on between the two tarn’s to reach the foot of a scree slope that climbs steeply up a to reach a col with Nanyuki tarn as its base.

The path trends left and downwards from the col passing below Arthurs seat, trends to reach Nanyuki Tarn, passes to the left of the tarn, to climb a short rocky section, then cross a small col to reach Hut Tarn, turning right to reach Two Tarn Hut (4,490m)

From here the path continues along the right side of the tarn, climbs a bolder to reach a scree overlooking Teleki Valley then drops through a steep scree slope to reach Mackinder camp (4,200m).

From Mackinder’s trend northwards to meet a path coming from American Camp, the path to Austrian Hut can be seen snaking up the large scree slope on the opposite side of the valley, follow this clearly cairned path around the head of a valley. Cross a boulder scree and a large buttress, trend steeply upwards to reach Tooth Col, from this col it is possible to see down into Georges Valley and Hall Tarns.

The path then drops down to square Tarn, continues to follow cairns trending left and down towards Simba Tarn, drop steeply down towards the lower Simba Tarn the cut across the to the shiptons camp. Hiking time to complete the circuit is eleven hours. It is advisable to split the trip into two by spending a night a t the Mackinder’s camp on the Teleki Valley (4,200m).

We stay on trails where they exist. This protects the surrounding vegetation and prevents soil erosion.

If we are hiking where no trails exist, we spread the impact (do not hike in a single file) so that we don’t create new trails. When taking breaks, we choose areas that will not show as much sign that people have been there, such as rock or bare ground. Sitting on vegetation leads to its destruction.

Kenya Bird Watching Safari

Kenya Bird Watching Safari, Kenya Birding Safaris will offer Bird Watching in Kenya, Birding Tours in East Africa, Ornithology in Kenya. bird watching in Kenya covering the major areas including Mt Kenya, the rift valley lakes, Kakamega Forest and Masai Mara. Our birding safaris can be enjoyed by any kind of birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiast.

Kenya Bird Watching Safari:-From the world’s biggest bird, the Ostrich, to spectacular flamingos that congregate in their millions at the various Lakes of the Great Rift Valley and camouflage them in pink, Kenya holds some remarkable birding sights that you have to see them to believe. With eleven percent of the world’s species – some 1089 different varieties, Kenya Bird Watching Safari is one of the best in the world.  It is not unusual for birding trips to record 300-600 different varieties on a short trip or to record more than 120 at a particular site on a single day!  Kenya has over 1,000 species of birds and is a paradise for birdwatchers that will have the added bonus of also seeing the big game animals for which Kenya is famous for.

On Kenya Bird Watching Safari, you can expect to identify at least 200 different species of birds. Kenya has one of the richest avifauna’s in Africa with around 1090 bird species recorded. At least eight of these are national endemics. Around 170 species of Kenya’s birds species are Palearctic migrants (11 species of them with a local breeding population too), mainly from Eastern Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Siberia. Another 60 species migrate regularly within the Afrotropics or from Madagascar. Some 335 species are found in forest; 230 species are entirely forest dependent. The variety of birds in Kenya is made possible by the favorable climate, diverse habitats and geographical features that make it a suitable migratory route for birds. Even without venturing outside Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, more than 600 resident and migratory bird species are found; more than in any other capital city, and more than in most countries.

Kenya Bird Watching Safari

We offer Kenya Bird Watching safari especially for birdwatchers and are escorted by expert guide. Kenya offers birding enthusiasts a unique experience, our bird watching safaris, we incorporate a variety of rich habitats and you can expect some unrivalled birding and wildlife experiences in Kenya and the neighboring countries. We provide great Kenya Bird Watching Safari tour packages with our own best professional guides. Kenya has the highest species concentrations of birds on the continent and some of the most beautiful and wild birding destinations to get your ticks!, Africa is most prized birding spot but Kenya boost with the best birding cites.

The 1089 winged, feathered inhabitants and migratory visitors of Kenya will delight and engage you in a world of entertaining antics, melodious songs and spell-binding aerial acrobatics. We take you into the world of Kenya’s avi-fauna! See first-hand the gangly gait of ostriches, the daredevil hunting skills of African fish eagles and the carpets of rose-colored flamingoes that cover many of Kenya’s terrestrial and aquatic wildernesses. Kenya Bird Watching Safari sites offer an abundance of birdie species, ranging from 200 and 600+ at any given location. You see common, rare, endangered, threatened and vulnerable species in almost every type of setting – forests, lakes, grasslands, rivers, woodlands, swamps and much more! Finding these smaller creatures amidst the vast and expansive landscapes of Kenya is a real treat for safari goers of all ages and experience levels! Arabuko-Sokoke Forest is located just a short distance from the Kenyan coast near Watamu and Malindi, so bird lovers can spend their mornings walking along white sand beaches and their afternoons exploring the dense forest for birdlife.

Kenya Bird Watching Safari

The forest offers a phenomenal ornithological safari in Kenya. Birding International notes the forest as the second most important of all of Africa’s forest for avi-fauna conservation. Of the over 230 recorded species, nine are considered globally threatened, including the black and yellow clarke’s weaver, sokoke scops-owl and the multi-colored east coast akalat, to name only some of the endangered species in the forest. Common species include eastern green tinkerbirds, scaly babbler, green-headed orioles, violet-breasted and mouse-colored sunbirds and many, many more. North of Mount Kilimanjaro is Amboseli National Park that is surrounded by a few private conservancies. These areas serve to extend the protection of the habitats, so avi-fauna have plenty of space for feeding and nesting. The variety of birdlife is attracted to the many micro-ecosystems in the park that include swamps, woodlands, thickets, plains and several others. After your adventurous game driving tour of Amboseli, birdwatching by nature-walking is a wonderful way to unwind. More than 425 species have been recorded, including white-breasted white-eyes, taita fiscals, eastern yellow-billed hornbills, straw-tailed whydahs, banded warblers, to name a few, as well as 40 raptors – perhaps more.

Kenya is one of only 15 countries globally where more than 1,000 bird species have been recorded, and it lies third on the African avian diversity list after DR Congo and Tanzania. This list includes the world’s two largest birds (common and Somali ostrich, now regarded as separate species) and its bulkiest flying creature (Kori bustard), along with a wealth of raptors and a dazzling array of colourful bee-eaters, turacos, parrots, rollers and passerines.

Kenya Bird Watching Safari

Birdwatching is rewarding everywhere in Kenya. For dedicated birdwatchers, a well-planned two-week itinerary is likely to result in a trip list of 350–400 species, a figure that compares favorably with anywhere in the world. Our Kenya Bird Watching Safari itinerary includes a variety of habitats to see the widest range of species and goes to Conservancy, Amboseli National Park, and Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara, kakamega forest, Mount Kenya region, lake baringo, lake bogoria, lake nakuru, Lake Naivasha and many more sites. Amboseli has marshes and swampy areas, the rift valley lakes have a wealth of waders and pelicans and the Mara has a huge variety of raptors and species found on the open savannah plains and in the riverine forests. Our birding safaris / tours are designed to offer you the best of bird watching in Kenya while ensuring you have a relaxing safari holiday where you can watch other wildlife and enjoy the beautiful holiday spots in Kenya. Please feel free to contact us for more information on birding safaris in Kenya.

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Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking, Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Mountain Climbing trips

Mount Kilimanjaro Trekking, Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, Mountain Climbing trips, Mount Kilimanjaro stands almost 6000 meters above sea level, but one does not need to be an experienced mountain climber to reach its peak. To climb to the summit of Kilimanjaro, you need to be in a fit and healthy state with a good all-round condition, strong will power and a little bit of luck. All you really need is the ambition – we will do the rest. Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest freestanding mountain on earth. Crowned with an everlasting snow-cap, this majestic mountain can be found inside the Kilimanjaro National Park of Tanzania, at 005.00 degrees south, 036 degrees east, 5895m a.m.s.l. Climbing Kilimanjaro does not require any technical skills or special equipment, just some physical fitness and determination. People from all walks of life, from a 7 year old child to an 89 year old woman, have successfully summited. But the challenge should not be taken lightly. You need to understand what lies ahead. To climb Mount Kilimanjaro is a once in a lifetime opportunity. People travel from all over the world to stand on top of the Roof of Africa. Being properly prepared to climb Mount Kilimanjaro is the key to a successful summit attempt.

Standing 5,895 metres high, Kilimanjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa and the fourth highest in the world. Despite its size it is the easiest and most accessible of the world’s Seven Summits and is triumphed over by hundreds of people who visit Mount Kilimanjaro for trekking each and every year. While its size may be intimidating, with training and the all-important acclimatization, this impressive mountain really can be taken on by people of all backgrounds and different fitness levels thanks to the variety of routes that are offered by Viva Africa Tours.

Kilimanjaro Hike Length and Routes

There are six official routes on which one can complete a Mount Kilimanjaro hike. They are the Lemosho and Shira from the West, Machame and Umbwe from the South-west and South respectively, the Marangu from the South-east and the Rongai route from the North-east. The Mweka route is used for descent only.

There are of course subtle variances on these routes. For example, routes that approach from the West (Lemosho and Shira) and from the South West (Machame and Umbwe) typically use the Southern Circuit to traverse the Barranco Wall and begin a summit assault from the South via Barafu Camp and Stella Point.

However, an excellent, but longer variation on these routes uses the Northern Circuit which traverses around the North side of Mount Kilimanjaro and uses an Eastern summit assault passage via Gilman’s Point. Kilimanjaro hikes that use the Northern Circuit typically begin from the Lemosho start point and join the Northern Circuit on day three.

A much more technically challenging route, the Western Breach, uses a steep approach east of the Shira Plateau. Hikers on the Western Breach typically start on the Umbwe route before departing from Lava Tower to take a steep approach past Arrow’s Glacier and the Western Breach, before beginning their summit assault via Crater Camp.

The number of days on each of the six main routes and their respective variants obviously varies. Here are the Kilimanjaro hike lengths by days:

Lemosho Route – 6, 7, 8 day route variations – Ideal length for the average hiker on this route is 7 days. Lemosho has a great route altitude profile and high success rates. If you elect to take the Northern Circuit from day three you will usually lengthen your Kilimanjaro kike by 2 to 3 days for a total of 8 or 9 days on the mountain.

Shira Route – same as Lemosho, although this route has a much higher start point and therefore many trekkers struggle with acclimatization. Poor altitude route profile and low success rates

Machame Route – 6 or 7 day route variations, both route variations provide the best climb high, sleep low option on Mount Kilimanjaro. Good for acclimatization and high success rates. The 7 day is ideal although the six day is fine for fit trekkers with some experience of high altitude hiking

Umbwe Route – 5, 6 or 7 day route variations – one of the steepest and fastest ascents on Kilimanjaro and therefore not great for acclimatization unless one chooses the 6 or 7 day variations. If you elect to do the technically challenging Western Breach you will usually spend 6 days on the mountain

Marangu Route – 5 or 6 day route variations – the only route on Mount Kilimanjaro with hut accommodation for the entire hike duration. The 5 day has a very rapid ascent profile and poor acclimatization – success rates for the 5 day trek tend to be the lowest on the mountain. If you choose to do the Marangu we highly recommend the 6 day variations which includes a climb high, sleep low day up to Mawenzi Peak

Rongai Route – 6, 7 and 8 day route variations – the only route that starts on the Kenyan side of the Mountain. Much dryer and flatter route. Six day ascents are too rapid for adequate acclimatization. The seven day variation includes a small climb high, sleep low opportunity and is recommended

Before you embark on your trekking adventure, you will meet with our Trekking Operations Manager for an extensive briefing. Route, safety procedures and health issues will be discussed in detail and you have enough time to ask any remaining questions. Your trekking gear will be inspected to ensure that you have everything you need to be safe and comfortable. If you are missing any gear, you can rent it from us.

During your climb, you only carry your backpack with essentials such as water for the day’s hike. Our porters will carry all equipment, food and additional luggage – they are tough climbers and the true heroes of the mountain.

Our permanent mountain guides will lead the way. They are responsible for your safety and will encourage you and lend a helping hand, but also call the climb off due to weather, altitude sickness or injury, if necessary. Your safety is paramount to us. Most of our mountain guides have been part of our team for many years, been up Kilimanjaro hundreds of times and all receive regular training. You are in good hands.

Our cooks are miracle workers. With simple gas cookers, they conjure up 3-course feasts, hot drinks and snacks to revive and nourish you when you need it most. Drinking water comes from mountain streams and is boiled before you drink it.

On most routes, you will sleep in high-quality two-person tents. The tents will be pitched and taken down by our team of porters. You can concentrate on getting to the top, one step at a time. When you arrive at camp after a long day’s hike, your tent will already be waiting for you. Our camping gear is imported from South Africa and Germany and of the highest standard. It is inspected and cleaned regularly by our equipment team in Arusha. While there are no showers on the camping routes, you will be provided with a bowl of hot water in the morning to start the day fresh. When climbing Kilimanjaro on the Marangu Route, you will overnight in mountain huts.

Uganda Gorilla Tracking

Uganda Gorilla Tracking is a highlight of all visits done in Uganda and Rwanda. Uganda Gorilla Tracking is conducted in Bwindi National Park or in Mgahinga National Park. But because of the inconsistency of gorillas in Mgahinga, majority of the sold permits are for Bwindi NP. In Uganda, every gorilla permit goes for US $ 600. In the past years, April, May and November used to cost US $ 450.Please note that these offers no longer exist. Mountain gorillas are the major reason as to why very many people visit these 2 destinations Find information about gorilla trekking holidays to see gorillas in the wild.

Uganda Gorilla Tracking is all about incredible gorilla safaris and wildlife adventures. We plan, organize and implement bespoke Uganda Gorilla Tracking tour packages to Uganda, Rwanda, and Congo all designed to meet our clients travel expectations. We are a one-stop shop for exceptional Uganda Gorilla Tracking and wildlife safaris in East Africa for memorable affordable holiday packages which leave our price sensitive travelers happy to travel with us again and again.

Our customized gorilla trekking tours lead you deep into Bwindi impenetrable forest and Mgahinga gorilla national parks in Uganda; the Virunga wilderness in DR Congo and Volcanoes national park in Rwanda for the most incredible and affordable gorilla trekking safaris in the East and central Africa. Our professional driver guides guarantee travelers safe and comfortable transfers to all tourist spots all over Africa.

Uganda offers the intrepid traveler a chance to enjoy a more adventurous level of safari. Boasting over 1000 species of birds, and wildlife not found anywhere else, it is the original Eden. Rub shoulders with mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. Only eight visitors are allowed to view each gorilla family every day and our expert guides will explain the etiquette involved in meeting a giant silver back.

Gorilla Trekking in Uganda is surreal and unlike any other experience in Africa. The atmosphere of the trek through the jungle mist is unreal. With each step your anticipation builds and the reward of seeing the last remaining mountain gorillas in the world is spectacular. The setting, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, is arguably one of the most mystical in all of Africa. Gorilla trekking is a hike into Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, a jungle that is home to mountain gorillas. The trek involves getting a little dirty and bushwhacking through thick jungle with an experienced local guide to find a troop of habituated gorillas.

What about Gorilla Trekking in Uganda habituation experience?

Gorilla Habituation Experience allows you 4 hours or 240 minutes along with researchers and park rangers in the presence of the primates. Visitors are limited to 4 persons which enhances the experience. A visitor is not a mere observer but an active participant in the habituation process. It is only in Rushaga that a gorilla family has been put aside for research purposes and thus opens to Gorilla Habituation Experience. A gorilla ticket, in this case, costs $1500.

Can I trek Uganda gorillas from Kigali?

YES, you can trek mountain gorillas in Uganda from Kigali Rwanda. Nowadays, Rwanda Uganda gorilla safaris are weldone helping travelers in Rwanda to cross and trek gorillas in Uganda. Here you can fly into Kigali international airport and drive for four hours to Bwindi forest national park/Mgahinga gorilla national parks through Cyanika border in kisoro district. Travelers doing a 1 day Uganda gorilla trek from Kigali transfer from Kigali at 3:30 am to reach Bwindi at 7:00 am and catch up with the pre trekking briefing. After trekking, travelers drive back to Kigali for their return flights.

What if I fail to see gorillas?

In rare cases where travelers fail to see mountain gorillas, respective park management give a second chance to trek visit gorillas the next day to trek again without paying. However, if a traveler fails to see gorillas due to his/her physical unfitness or sickness, he or she is not refunded anything since its not the fault of the respective park management.

What are the chances of seeing mountain gorillas?

The chances of seeing mountain gorillas are 99.9% if not 100%. At Gorilla Trek Africa, we have never experienced a scenario where travelers fail to see mountain gorillas. We guarantee our travelers a chance to meet and interact with mountain gorillas in their natural habitat.

Gorilla permit cancellation policy

Gorilla Permit Cancellation is inevitable owing to some unavoidable circumstances. Note:

Cancellation done 8 days or less, to the tracking date does not qualify for any refund whatsoever;

3 months to tracking date are refunded 75% of the total cost of the safari package

Cancellation done 91 days to the gorilla trekking date is refunded 75% of the total permit cost;

45 – 90 days expect 50% refund;
while 8 – 45 days expect a 25% refund;
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Wildebeest Crossing the Mara River

Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday in the plains of East Africa is one of the world’s most thrilling, intriguing and spectacular displays of wildlife behavior. Owing to the massive size of the herds, the Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday arriving from the Serengeti stands out from other migratory movements. If there is a safari you should go on, then Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday has it be it. The Masai Mara and the Serengeti National Park together form what no other reserve or park in Africa can! It is incredible, it is magical, it is indescribable and it is a must! Nowhere in the world is there a movement of animals as immense as the Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday, over two million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the greener pastures of the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya during July through to October. The Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday has to cross the Mara River in the Maasai Mara where crocodiles will prey on them. This is one of the highlights as the animals try and cross the Mara River alive.

The great Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday is one of the most phenomenal natural spectacles in the world. Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday is an annual movement by millions of wildebeest, accompanied by large numbers of zebra, Grant’s gazelle, Thompson’s gazelle, elands and impalas across the greater Masai Mara-Serengeti ecosystem. From July to September the Mara welcomes the Great Migration of thousands of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti in Tanzania to Masai Mara in Kenya. During the Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration Holiday, you will witness how the constant battle for survival makes the Migration Season a particularly exhilarating and its the best time to visit Kenya. The Mara River crossing activity is considered the climax of the migration period. Mara River crossing is an event that will take you through a range of emotions: anticipation, heartache, inspiration, excitement and so much more. The sheer sight of the first herds of animals rushing into the crocodile-infested river will make you long for this wildebeest migration every year.

The wildebeest migration is a flurry of activity. These ‘migrants tag along the big cat team (lion-the jungle king, leopard – Mr. Military camouflage, cheetah – race track ruler, serval…just to name a few) that get attracted to this “rhythm of a feast” as they prey on the migrants. The silver-backed jackal, African wild dog, the sly fox, and of course the maniacal spotted hyena “true garbage-man of the Savannah” can be spotted lurking in the shadows, waiting for their meaty fill, as the soaring vulture eagerly waits for the remains only to clean up after the party.

The wildebeest migration from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara is believed to be the greatest and most spectacular migration in the world. It all starts in the Masai Mara. Once safely arrived to the Masai Mara National Reserve during the months of June to July the wildebeest moves further to the private conservancy areas such as the Mara North Conservancy to graze the endless and plentiful lush green plains. And to mate.

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All around the world, one of the greatest phenomena that happen in Africa is always on the lips of every wildlife enthusiast and tourist. Every year, towards the East of the continent, visitors, both local and international flood the area just to experience one of the most wondrous and beautifully staged spectacle directed by nature. This spectacle is popularly known as The Great Migration.

Masai Mara Wildebeest migration receives a lot of attention globally. Top wildlife enthusiasts travel miles to come and capture on film the whole thing as it happens. Half way around the world, visitors spend a fortune to come and take home memories of sheer spectacle. Locally, domestic tourists are busy booking their reservations early enough, despite the fact that prices have almost doubled. Everyone wants to be part of the audience ready to see the greatest show on earth.

Great Migration setting

This wondrous of a show takes place in the massive Savannah plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania and the vast green fields of the Masai Mara in Kenya. It is important to notice that these two border each other making it the perfect stage for the show. This ecosystem can be divided into three parts, the southern grass plains of Serengeti that have endless, wide-open plains, the western Serengeti corridor that has the Grumeti river and the northern Serengeti, which merges with the Mara is largely rolling hills and open woodlands.

Partakers of the wildebeest Migration

For most people, the first thing that comes to mind when they hear The Great Migration is Wildebeests upon Wildebeests. They are right, Wildebeests are the dominant animals, but aside from them, you will also come across large herds of Zebras and Gazelles. The numbers of these animals stand at 1.5 million. That means the migration consists of the movement of 1.5 million animals from southern Serengeti to the Northern part/Mara. This is quite a movement!

When and why does the Great Migration happen?

The Great Migration is an annual circle of life. Wildebeests, Gazelles and Zebras move through the Serengeti to the Mara and back in a year, and the cycle repeats itself. What motivates their migration? Food. They start of at the south, move to the western side then to the north and back to the south again. As each place dries up, they move to the next. According to observations of all the previous years, the pattern has been found to be (but not strictly) as follows:

Late December to March: The herds are beginning to move back to the South of Serengeti from the north. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the south is now populated by short nutritious grasses. This provides the favorable environment for the herds to have their calves. Mid-February is actually considered a calving season, an estimated 400,000 calves are born during this period. It is also an interesting period for those who love game, as the calving season attracts a good number of lions, cheetahs and hyenas to the herds.

Late March to Early May: The herds begin migrating towards the north as the rich nutritious grass is now not sufficient to sustain the endless herds. They split and some move towards the central of Serengeti but the most migrate towards the western corridor. At the beginning of June, the herds are concentrated around Grumeti River in the West. They reside here for the three months as they wait to proceed north.

July-October: By late June, things are beginning to dry up. The herds begin moving to their next destination point, the North/The Mara. You can still catch wildebeest migration around the western side during the early times of the month but the chances become slimmer as you move into the other months. Because the herds are split, the migration can be spread over huge distances. The zebras might be the first to arrive in the Mara followed by the Wildebeests later on. The Mara River is towards the northern side and the most spectacular river crossing awaits during this period. Game watching is fantastic during this time with almost guaranteed daily river crossing, with hungry crocodiles present in the rivers.

November/December:  The herds begin to move towards the southern part of Serengeti with its short green grass, and to begin another cycle again.

Wildebeests migrate to graze and mate

The wildebeest bulls begin their mating ritual by calling and attracting the wildebeest cows. An estimated 200,000 wildebeest bulls and 600,000 wildebeest cows meet this way. The dominant bulls give out a very distinct calling sound through their nose. A resonance almost like the one of a frog. They fill the plains. Both in numbers and in sound. The wildebeest mating ritual is believed to last few days only; to ensure all calves are born on the very same time for greater protection.

And then. In the mid of October, when most of the grasses on the Mara Savannah have been eaten, the wildebeest prepares to move southwards to seek the generous grasslands areas of the Serengeti. To give birth to their calves on the plains of the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania. When the area begins to dry out and the grasses and water becomes scarce the wildebeest set to move again. Scientists believe that the old wildebeest can sense water up to a distance of 50km away using lightning and thunder as the guiding light. These patriarchs will urge the herds on wards. In search of water a greener pastures. Returning to the Masai Mara and yet again begin the cycle of life.

The wildebeests contribute to the Masai Mara Ecosystem. It is estimated that they leave behind 60,000 tones of dung fertilizing the Mara grassland.

Crossing the Mara River

Trekking the vast distance from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara and back is a deadly affair. It is estimated that the wildebeests covers a range distance of 3,000km2 on their long migratory cycle every year. With their newborns in tow. Many die before even reaching the Masai Mara.

On the plains the big cat predators are awaiting the great number of prey. Accompanied by the vultures. Flying high above or waiting in the tall acacias with their sharp beaks for the unfortunate to die before feeding on them.

But the most fatal of all dangers are the crossing of the Mara River. The wildebeests are gathering at the bank of the River Mara. In greater and greater numbers. Nervously waiting. Moving back and forth. None wish to be the firsts to descent the steep Mara banks and plunge into its waters. Filled with the huge crocodiles of the old world. All anticipating this twice a year feast.

Suddenly one are almost pushed into the water. Followed by hundreds and hundreds of his companions who jumps down the bank. Swimming desperately to reach the safe banks. Avoiding by all means to get caught in a deadly set of razor sharp jaws.

Lurking crocodiles

Many wildebeest are caught and eaten by the luring crocodiles. But most die because of drowning. Or because they fatally break a leg on their way down the banks. Others die in the rush and excitement. The wildebeests have many crossing points at the Mara River. There is one, the Kitchwa Tembo Crossing Point, within the Mara North Conservancy. And two crossing points within the Masai Mara National Game Reserve. But sometimes and somehow the wildebeest just pile themselves in such great numbers anywhere at the banks that the first ones literally are being pushed down the steep banks and falls into the river water.

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