On yer bike……. or horse or canoe
Why not look at safaris from a totally different angle and put some elbow grease into it?
Horse riding in the Chuylus, the Mara, Serengeti,the slopes of Kilimanjaro and Meru or Lake Mburu in Uganda?
Mountain biking through rural Tanzania?
Canoeing on Lake Tanganyika, Arusha National Park
White water rafting in Jinja, Uganda?
Depending on location, rides of both kinds may be done over a few nights or as day activities from a lodge.
Taking a walk on the wild side
There is nothing like getting the dust between your feet and the wind in your face to help you put the natural world into perspective. Here, you have time to learn and appreciate the small and the large that form an intricate web of dependency and evolution in the most surprising ways.
Walking safaris are usually 2 to 5 nights long and are offered in a few parks in Tanzania and Kenya.They can be combined as part of a longer safari itinerary. Or add a bit of spice and go on a camel safari.
A birding spectacular
East Africa is a birders’ paradise and full of contrasting habitats, seasons and
You can pick up an impressive bird list on a standard safari, or we can offer you special places with specialist guides for those elusive species.
A Life of Adventure
Spend a few nights with the Hadzabe, a small group of hunter-
Test your endurance with a climb up one or two or three of our mountains . There are a few to choose from! They do not require technical expertise but you do need a reasonable level of fitness.
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