Why now is the best time for East Africa

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East Africa is considered one of the best destinations to travel to right now – Kenya and Tanzania are the flavor of the year for international safari travelers and our partners and ground agents are busy and say availability at top lodges and camps will become a problem if travelers don’t plan their trips on time. With incredible wildlife, stunning scenery, warm and wonderful people to welcome you, plus some of the most exclusive luxury safari lodges in the world, a safari in Kenya or Tanzania followed by some time on the beach will make a magical trip for your extended family or just you and someone special.

And what about migration? Now is the best time to take advantage of the wildebeest calving season, which usually occurs between January and February. This is also the time when migratory herds begin to head south to the Serengeti. This allows for great interaction and photography with predators!

These itineraries offer GREAT VALUE, especially if you can travel in February/March.

Your trip to KENYA could look like this – Kenya Virtual Itinerary

Your trip to TANZANIA could look like this – Virtual Itinerary Tanzania

Even if you’re only traveling in an armchair at the moment… there’s no harm in imagining the ultimate luxury trip to Africa. Stunning locations, gracious, open-hearted hospitality, wild spaces, incredible wildlife encounters, spectacular daily sunsets, attention to detail, space to breathe again…

This sumptuous list of stunning destinations will inspire you to start planning!

Singita Grumeti

Located in the Grumeti Game Reserve in Tanzania (next to the Serengeti National Park), Singita Grumeti consists of four permanent lodges with different decor styles to choose from; The colonial ambiance of Sasakwa with touches of antiques, the 1920s Out of Africa vibe of Sabora, the earthy woodsy decor of Faru Faru or the modern and contemporary exclusive-use villa: The Serengeti House plus there’s also the option of Singita Explore, the luxury mobile tent camp.

Lodge Bisate

Ideally located for gorilla trekking in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, Bisate’s unique domed thatched suites, which almost look like giant bird nests, make the best base camp for trekking gorillas. The interior decor consists of grass-woven walls with windows curving up to the ceilings offering stunning views of the volcanic forest.

Asilia Oliver and Little Oliver Camp

Tucked away in Tanzania’s Tarangire National Park, at Oliver’s Two Camps, the decor is luxurious with the emphasis on game viewing, especially the rare walking safaris where you’ll feel part of nature.

AndBeyond’s Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

AndBeyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge coined the description where the Maasai meets Versailles, think opulent interiors in silver, gold and ruby ​​colors under banana leaf ceilings with crystal chandeliers and grass roofs, with views spectacular views of the crater below.

Elewana Sand River

Located in Kenya’s Masai Mara, Elewana Sand River Camp is one of the best places in Africa to view the great wildebeest and zebra migrations. With its stunning location on the banks of the Sand River, this permanent tent camp perfectly reflects the decorating style of the 1920s.

Angama Mara

Perched atop the Oloololo Escarpment, Angama Mara overlooks the Mara Triangle in Kenya’s Rift Valley. The fabulous suites offer 180-degree views of the endless panoramas of the savannah and the decoration is modern and elegant, with an Italian-cosmopolitan touch.

and beyond the Serengeti under canvas

In the heart of Tanzania’s famous Serengeti, this Beyond Under Canvas tent camp follows the migratory path of the Great Migration, allowing you to see the crossings of the Grumeti and Mara rivers or the wildebeest calving season, all depending on the moment when you travel, in addition to offering thrills. of a shower camp experience in a bucket while remaining surrounded by all the comforts you expect on a classic East African safari.

Regardless of when and how you travel to these pristine corners of Africa, your trip will have one purpose: to support wildlife conservation, engage communities, experience local culture, restore the environment and find the fulfillment of each day of adventure by sharing the experience with your loved ones.

Get in touch with your questions on how to plan your trip to East Africa.

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