East Africa is renowned as a wildlife paradise. There is an extraordinary diversity of mammals, particularly in the savannahs and the eastern edge of the rainforests, not to mention the hugely varied and abundant birdlife that make this part of Africa truly remarkable.
The vast wildlife range includes mammals such as the now referred to as Big Six – Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Buffalo, Elephant and Gorilla. Others include the whale sharks, dolphins, whales, marine turtles, birds, reptiles, butterflies and insects, and a range of flora.
East Africa’s varied experiences and facilities offer opportunities to tailor make holidays to meet and exceed needs and expectations of different tourists and budgets. Tourists may also choose to take advantage of either the shoulder, off peak or peak seasons.
Additionally, tourists have a choice of a wide range of tour packages sold as country or multi country destinations giving you the best value for money.
East Africa’s wining and dining – ranging from the Local delicacies to the luxurious gourmet menu’s - offer the entire spectrum of regional and international delights to please the palate.
A mix of elegant sophistication and vibrant buzz of the Cities, the exotic ambiance of the wild plains and savanna’s, the ocean-scented magic of coastal beaches, All for the taking in East Africa!
See the newest and freshest, styles created by established and up and coming designers from East Africa. Drawing from centuries of cultural collisions, the brightly colored traditional patterns of kanga and kitenge from Eastern Africa, and a one-of-a-kind modern island sensibility, designs showcased from Fashion festivals for example, at Fashion Week Zanzibar, designers will showcase the best and most unique style in the region.
The culture of Rwanda is varied and unique. As it is the norm in Africa for a country to be diversified in culture and heritage brought about by various ethnic languages and cultural practices, Rwanda is populated by the Banyarwanda people who share a single language and cultural heritage which has been a symbol of unity since precolonial times, ' e