Kenya’s National Parks and Game Reserves rate among the best in Africa. Obviously the tremendous variety of birds and mammals is the main attraction, and the more popular parks such as Masai Mara Game Reserve and Amboseli National Park see huge numbers of visitors.
Tanzania’s National Parks and Game Reserves are home to an incredible variety of wildlife, flora and even cultures. There’s the Serengeti where you can enjoy the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra; the Ngorongoro Crater; Gombe Steam Reserve where Jane Goodall studied chimpanzees; Selous and Ruaha soon to be Africa’s largest National Park.
Uganda National Parks offer an excellent collection of National Parks and Reserves. In most of the National Parks and Wildlife Reserves, there are magnificent trails for nature walks.
If you are interested in a true African walk, Uganda is the right place for you. Walks include Night Walks, Forest Walks, Hiking and Primate Walks. Murchison Falls National Park is one of Uganda’s best safari parks for game viewing safaris and birding tours.
Rwanda National Parks are renowned for its gorilla trekking safaris in the well-known Volcanoes National Park. In addition to encounters with the mountain gorillas, Rwanda is also home to several remarkable national parks.
Zanzibar Island National Parks
Zanzibar is one of the best kept secrets of the Indian Ocean. This exotic spice island offers a relaxing beach vacation along its palm fringed unspoiled beaches with clear warm turquoise waters.
The spectacular coral reefs are excellent for snorkeling, diving and water sports. You can combine a Zanzibar vacation with a wildlife safari to some of the parks in Zanzibar, Jozani Forest; Pemba prides the Ngezi Forest National Park, Chumbe Island Coral Park and many other activities.