~ The Pearl of Africa
Uganda - the pearl of Africa is a tourist destination of unmatchable splendor. The landlocked country in East Africa encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains, wide savannahs, crater lakes, volcanoes, dense rainforests and the immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes the big African as well as chimpanzees as well as rare bird species. The remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary. In Murchison Falls National Park the strongest waterfall in the world is found. Kidepo Valley National Park was named the best national park in Africa for great landscape and large buffalo herds and the Nile in Jinja offers the world's best white-water rafting experience.
~ Land of a Thousand Hills
Rwanda is popularly referred to as the "Land of a thousand Hills" because of its rolling landscape. The country which is infamously known for the 1994 Genocide during which nearly one million Tusi were killed, has had a complete turn around in the decade and has become one of the most progressive and fastest growing countries in Africa. Kigali, its capital city is by far the most organized, cleanest and safest city in Sub-Saharan Africa. Rwanda is famous for the Mountain Gorillas which are found in the Volcanoes National Park and are the prime attraction which are what majority tourists come to see in Rwanda. Rwanda can also boast to be a Big Five destination and is home to chimpanzees and other primates.
~ The Majestic Spice Islands
Africa bows to Zanzibar as her preserved treasure; the best example to the world of how history can enrich the future. Located in the Indian ocean, approximately 30 km from the Tanzanian coast, Zanzibar has been a center of trade and tourism for centuries. The island attracts tourist from all walks of life through the glory of its magnificent sand beaches, warm tropical weather, colonial stone buildings, and blooming spice farms. Zanzibar is most visited for beach swimming, beach dinners, sand beach relaxation, diving and snorkeling as well as honeymoon holidays. The islands' beaches such as Sultan sands, Kendwa, Jambiani, Blue bay, Uzi bay and Nakupenda are among the most breathtaking on the entire continent. Zanzibar is also popular for cultural encounters, and historical site visits. The welcoming people of Zanzibar are masters in the growing of spices and prepare mouthwatering spiced local and international dishes.
~ Welcome to Magical Kenya
Kenya is the mother of African Safaris. That is the phrase everybody utters after visiting the pink flamingos of lake Nakuru or watching the captivating wildebeest migration of Masai Mara. Kenya has dominated the east Africa tourism industry for several decades. The beautiful country is located in East Africa between Uganda and the Indian ocean. Kenya's top tourist attractions include; Masai Mara and its Great Migration, Mountain Kenya - the second highest mountain in Africa, Yatta Plateau - the world's longest lava flow, and Tsavo - the largest Wildlife Conservation Reserve in East Africa and many more. Kenya's distinctive tourist activities include; diving, snorkeling, and sun bathing at the coastal beaches, mountain hiking at Mount Kenya, game drives at Masai Mara, Ambroseli, Samburu and Tsavo National Parks, and birding at Lake Nakuru.