East Africa is a place that speaks to you in an ancient voice, of struggle, transformation, beauty, and love – from Kenya, where the Maasai endure in their traditional practices of cattle herding in the imposing expanse of the Maasai Mara, to Tanzania, where lion and zebra engage in their drama of survival within the isolate expanse of the Ngorongoro crater.

Discover the beauty of Ethiopia and the Seychelles as you embark on a journey through history and natural wonder.

Be astonished by the beauty and diversity of birds and animals one can easily observe on a Kenyan safari.

“All I wanted to do was get back to Kenya,” said Ernest Hemingway and with this trip you too will join the ardent club of those intoxicated with Africa’s magic.

Only canvas stands between you and your dreams of life in the bush – painted in your mind by the safari expeditions detailed in books by Ernest Hemingway, Beryl Markham and Karen Blixen – and the tented camps they called home.

Explore the rare treasures of the world’s fourth largest island and the only place where the exotic lemur has its natural roots.

Africa’s Mt. Kilimanjaro is the most recognizable mountain in the world; the place of classic books, movies and legend – exotic, remote, yet an accessible ‘sky island’ floating 19,340 ft above plains of elephants and lions.

Take the road less traveled on safari in Rwanda and Tanzania – two hidden jewels in East Africa. Explore the paradise of the Serengeti, "the place where the land moves on forever." 

Tanzania shares the endless plains of the Serengeti and Maasai culture that existed long before man-made boundaries. Journey into the dawn of time as you pass the stark red-robed Maasai boy herding his cattle and descend 2,000 feet by Land Rover beneath the cloud cover into Ngorongoro Crater, Africa’s ‘Garden of Eden.’

 A safari to Tanzania is to bear witness to the natural rhythms of cataclysmic events – the annual migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra, and the Ngorongoro Crater’s ‘Garden of Eden.’

Discover quintessential African when you take a walk on the wild side in Tanzania. A relaxed attitude combined with some of the best reserves and parks on the continent is within affordable reach.

Discover Uganda – known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’ by British explorers – a country noted for outstanding beauty and diversity – from the ethereal Mountains of the Moon to open savannahs and impenetrable forests.