Top 5 Destinations For A Self Drive Safari in Africa

Top 5 Destinations For A Self Drive Safari in Africa

Top 5 Destinations For A Self Drive Safari in Africa

Here are the Top 5 Destinations For A Self Drive Safari in Africa.  Tanzania: Tanzania country is located in the Eastern part of Africa. The country is rich in various wildlife. 38% of its land has been set aside for conservation of the wildlife both Animals and plants. Tanzania has been the best and most awarded as the best tourism destination in the world. Tanzania has 21 tourism National Parks, 32 controlled Areas, and more than 30 Reserved areas, Dense forests, Mountains and Ngorongoro Conservation Area. All these are Natural resources that have been served as the tourism destinations that have been receiving many tourists all over the year. Tanzania is one of the best destinations that one can perform self-drive in most of its destinations. The tourist only needs to pay the conservation fee in the parks and other conservation sites, hire a car and book essential services like…

Continue Reading
7 Tips to Plan A Perfect Madagascar Family Holiday Package

7 Tips to Plan A Perfect Madagascar Family Holiday Package

Madagascar Family Holiday – Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world with 226,917 miles, Madagascar has got the vast authentic nature and cultural attractions for tourism purposes. Madagascar has a vast tourism interest in Beach and island tourism with many activities in Africa. The tourist attraction In Madagascar includes Biodiversity, Beach, and culture. A tourist has a lot of activities to entangle with during their holiday like the Game Drive, Hiking, Diving, Walking Safari, Beach activities and cultural tour. Determine Your Interest: When planning for a family tour it’s vital to recognize the destination that you can all enjoy. You need to research the activities that your whole family can cherish being there. As a family, you can also discuss before making the decision of booking the destinations so as to make the best choice for all family members. In Madagascar, there are plenty of attractions that you…

Continue Reading
6 Tips for a Self Drive Safari in Tanzania

6 Tips for a Self Drive Safari in Tanzania

Self-drive is now the most enquired package that the visitors only require to hire a car and do the rest safari on their own without being guided. In Tanzania National Parks, self-drive is allowed and guaranteed throughout the year. Self-drive is superb to the tourist who really need the real adventure in the safari because no one will be there to guide you on where you should be, what to do, what to watch and so many things can be done in self-drive rather than in guided safari tour. In the National Parks and other conservations areas in Tanzania, self-drive is being operated and the tourist has to prepare some essential information/ tips that can be very helpful during the trip so as to avoid some misfortunes and keep their trip a very pleasant and memorable trip ever. Off guided trip. Rent a car from a trustworthy company: In Tanzania,…

Continue Reading
Planning A Safari to Kenya Around Covid-19 (CoronaVirus) Pandemic

Planning A Safari to Kenya Around Covid-19 (CoronaVirus) Pandemic

Kenya is among the African country that has been affected by COVID 19, The government has been trying the best in ensuring the residents and non-residents are safe. Kenya Around Covid-19, most of the tourist locations in Kenya have been inspected and allowed to resume the operations. In July 2020, Kenya was fortunately awarded the Global Safety stamp by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) as it has adopted Global health and hygiene standardized protocols. WTTC is responsible for recognizing regions and destinations that are safe from COVID-19 so as to help the tourist and other travelers to have decisions on the right and safe destination for holiday. On 1st August the government of Kenya announced to resume the local and international flights from all countries and exemption of the mandatory 14 days quarantine to the Incoming visitors of some countries. Kenya has a good plan for resuming tourism…

Continue Reading
6 Tips for Planning A Great Migration Safari

6 Tips for Planning A Great Migration Safari

Great Migration Safari is among of the best tour packages in East Africa for holiday safari because of the excitement that is filled with. The main category of the animals that involve in the migration is the wildebeest, Zebras, Grant Gazelles and Thomson Gazelles The mass migration of wildebeest are mainly for searching for adequate food and water. Following the migration routes of the wildebeests has been a dream holiday package for most tourists. As the wildebeest move from one point to another in the Serengeti plain and mainly migrating from Serengeti national Perk to Maasai Mara National Reserve. ▶ PLAN A SAFARI WITH AN EXPERT: Before you hold a safari trip to Great migration Book with a trustable and experienced tour operator that can be reliable and honest regarding the safari and all the services and offers that you can be accommodated during your safari, and that is based…

Continue Reading
5 Things to Know About The Great African Migration Safari

5 Things to Know About The Great African Migration Safari

The great African migration safari involves the movement of around 1.5 million wildebeest, thousands of Zebras, Thomson gazelle and Grant`s gazelle that move between two essential grazing areas which are Southern part of Serengeti plains and the Northern part of Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. They migrate over a distance of about 800 Kilometre. The great migration of wildebeest is the result of the current weather whereby they move to search for pastures and sufficient water. It is one of the tricky Safari to hold. It’s Triangular in shape And occurs seasonally: The great migration of wildebeest is triangular in shape, whereby from November to May the herds stay in the Open plains of Serengeti National Park. From June to July the herds are in Western Serengeti and migrates to Maasai Mara National Reserve for three months, August to October. Best time for the great African migration safari: The…

Continue Reading
Safety Guidelines for Tanzania Safari in Coronavirus Pandemic (Covid-19)

Safety Guidelines for Tanzania Safari in Coronavirus Pandemic (Covid-19)

Tanzania Safari in Coronavirus – COVID19 has brought tension chaos in the world as everyone is scared to take travel anywhere because of the fear of being infected. Tanzania is one of the countries that put many exertions in ensuring their resident and non-residents stay safe during this pandemic. The Occupational and Health Authority of the United Republic of Tanzania has released major measures that all people in Tanzania have to adhere to during their stay. The United Republic of Tanzania has started to resume Tourism activities and travel services including the Airline services to all countries into normal and this is because the admitted COVID19 cases tend to decrease. The Ministry of Health and Community Development has provided regulations that must be adhered to by returning residents Tourists and other foreigners that enter into the country. The published Regulations includes for Tanzania Safari in Coronavirus is: ▶ All travelers…

Continue Reading
Interesting Facts About Maasai Mara

Interesting Facts About Maasai Mara

Maasai Mara National Game reserve is in the South Western part of Kenya and is contagious with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The Reserve was initially established in 1961 and it lies at 1,510 km square. The reserve was named by the local Maasai people which means Expanse of land “Mara”. Maasai Mara is one of the best wildlife Sanctuary in Africa because of its wildlife conservation and maintenance of the natural landscapes. Maasai Mara is one of the best destinations for game viewing that a person has to visit once in Africa, because of its unique beauty, natural and cultural resources that are encompassed with. The reserve has various interesting features that give a thousand reasons for one to take a travel, and these are: – The Great Migration:- It is the greatest migration in the world that involves around 1.5 million wildebeest, Thousands of Zebras, and Gazelle…

Continue Reading
Things to know about Selous Game Reserve

Things to know about Selous Game Reserve

Located in Southern Tanzania, Selous Game Reserve covers 50,000 km2, estimated to be almost as thrice as the Serengeti National Park. Selous Game Reserve is home to significant concentrations of Giraffe, Rhinos, wild dogs and Cheetah, together with these animals it is one of the best reserves to spot the “Big Five” animals and birds too. Over 400 species of birds have been spotted in the park. Little do people know about this beautiful sleeping giant in the Southern Part of Tanzania. Since you are reading this, you will have a chance to learn a few new things about the Selous Game reserve. 1. It is among the largest faunal parks in the World.  Due to its wildlife diversity and untouched nature, various animals have inhabited the park. Such animals being, Zebras, wild dogs, Hippos, Crocodiles, Giraffes, Lions, Elephants and so much more. Permanent human inhabitation is restricted within the…

Continue Reading
Interesting things to know about the Ngorongoro Crater

Interesting things to know about the Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Conservation Area is the World’s largest unbroken, inactive, idle and unfilled volcanic caldera. Most people tend to be confused, but in fact, it is a caldera, a depression formed when a volcano explodes. This explosion is believed to happen several million years ago, and the top of the mountain collapsed on itself forming what we know now as the Ngorongoro Crater. Below are interesting things that you need to know about Ngorongoro Crater. Before the Mountain exploded, it is believed that it was of similar heights to Mount Kilimanjaro. After it exploded, it left a crater with 610 metres deep and over 200 km2rich infertile soils where vegetation strived, and animals moved in searching for food. Over20,000 people live in the Ngorongoro conservation area. They share the land with an incredible amount of wildlife. This was done so due to, the communities living within the Crater proved that they…

Continue Reading