Where Adventure Roams Free
Burundi offers a unique and unforgettable safari experience, with its stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife. With knowledgeable local guides, visitors can encounter rare species such as forest elephants, lions, and the elusive leopard.
Burundi is a destination unlike any other, one that promises to transport its visitors to a world of unparalleled beauty and wildlife adventure. At every turn, the country surprises and delights with breathtaking landscapes and an incredible array of diverse and rare wildlife.
Immerse yourself in this natural wonderland, surrounded by lush forests, grassy plains, and tranquil lakes that make up the perfect habitat for an incredible variety of animals. With knowledgeable local guides on hand to provide insightful commentary on everything from forest elephants to the elusive leopard, you will have the chance to discover the many secrets of this extraordinary landscape.
Elephant Safari in Kenya
All year round excluding 23 April – 23 May when the camp in Masai Mara is closed.
‘Out of Africa’ Safari in Kenya
Amboseli, Lewa and Masai Mara Safari
Jan, Feb, Jun – Sept
Rusizi National park
This is a beautiful and unique destination filled with diverse flora and fauna. Its mesmerizing landscapes and ecosystems attract tourists from all over the world.
The park is managed by a team of dedicated professionals who work tirelessly to ensure its preservation and protection.
Kibira National Park
Home to one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, and considered one of the continent’s greatest wildlife reserves, the iconic Maasai Mara National Reserve is a proud feather in Kenya’s cap, offering a safari adventure like no other in the world.
Rubuvu National Park
Considered the “Home of the African Elephant”, and sitting proudly on the foothills of Africa’s most iconic tower of a mountain – Kilimajaro – Amboseli National Park is a biodiversity hotspot and an absolute spectacle for the senses.