Check out the best East African Adventure safari tours in 2024 or Combined East Africa Safaris (Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda top packages) proudly customized by Acacia safaris Uganda.
East Africa is the birthplace of safari and truly a gem to discover and have an experience of the untamed inhabitants of the vast wilderness.
There is the diversity of wildlife that survives in the protected sanctuaries and national parks of the East African region that tourists on any African adventure safari can undertake. Situated in what is known as the Great Lakes region, the East African region is a great and diverse ecosystem.
East African safaris offer different kinds of trips and the combined East Africa adventure tours are a great option. For very incredible journeys this 2024, the best combined East African Adventure safari tours are a great way of seeing more and different kinds of attractions.
Acacia safaris offer various single country tours in the region as well as the best East African Adventure safari tours in 2024 for combined itineraries to the countries of Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda.
Here is what each of these countries is popular for and therefore giving a highlight on what to choose to see in each country.
Primates especially mountain gorillas and chimpanzees are the top attractions in the country. Mountain gorillas are in two national parks of Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, both hosting half of the world’s remaining gorilla population.
Chimpanzees offer such amazing tracking experiences as they live in their natural habitats with Kibale National Park being ranked the best chimpanzee trekking destination in Africa. Explore Uganda the Pearl of Africa by having such unique primate tracking experiences in very pristine habitats.
Uganda is home to about 345 mammal species found in the 10 national parks, wildlife reserves, and sanctuaries. These mammal species comprise East African and West African species found in forests and especially savannah plains.
Uganda is a Big Five Africa wildlife destination with all of these sought-after animals are easily spotted. These are the Buffaloes, Rhinos, Elephants, Lions, and Leopards.
The top wildlife viewing parks in Uganda include Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park, and Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Birding in the whole of Africa is truly amazing and so is Uganda with the fact that it is home to about 50% of the bird species in Africa and an estimate of 11% of the world’s bird population. Over 1080 bird species have been confirmed within the boundaries of Uganda with an endemic to the country known as Fox’s weaver.
Tanzania is a great Africa safari destination and home to some of the world’s natural wonders like the Ngorongoro crater where a concentration of wildlife meanders in the world’s intact caldera. The crater is such a great spot to see wildlife meander within the soaring walls of the massive caldera.
Serengeti plains are home to millions of wildebeest, zebras, Grants gazelles that migrate and create very dramatic scenes.
Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain sometimes referred to as Africa’s “rooftop’’. This makes hiking very memorable and a definite destination for hiking safaris.
Off the wildlife habitats, Zanzibar Island is an ideal destination for honeymoon tourists to enjoy the fresh waters of the Indian Ocean on a very scenic island.
Kenya is such a magical destination with abundant wildlife including the popular wildebeest. The wildebeest migration crosses from Tanzania to Kenya’s Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The wildebeest are amazing to watch especially as thousands of them cross the Mara River.
Kenya is also home to the Big Five African wild animals that roam the lush grasslands. Enjoy authentic cultural experiences and visits off the beaten tracks.
The country is endowed with bounties of beauty in one of the most scenic locations of Africa. Rwanda tour packages or activities are the major drawcards for tourism in the country.
This Country may not be the ultimate Africa safari destination as it does not host numerous wildlife like the neighboring East African countries of Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania.
However, it is definitely a top primate tracking destination with mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. It is such a unique and memory-lasting experience to have a walk through the lush jungles of the country dubbed the land of a thousand hills.