Kenya, 'the cradle of humanity', is endowed with diverse landscapes, natural wonders and local cultures. Within a single country you can sample over 40 different cultures, walk in the jungle, explore the savannahs, boat on one of the many lakes while watching multiple species of birds and hippos, climb a mountain and paddle in the white waters of River Tana. As you disembark from your plane or vehicle, that beaming smile typical of the friendly Kenyan people meets you with the greeting 'Jambo!'. Kenya now enjoys a new status as the ancestral home of Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States of America.
Tanzania is popularly known as the home of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak. Visitors to Tanzania can look forward to a rewarding holiday experience that combines wildlife, scenery, adventure and authentic cultural experiences.
Commonly referred to as the 'Pearl of Africa', Uganda is no ordinary tourist destination. Apart from its main attraction-the mountain gorilla, Uganda hosts chimpanzees and several other species of primates and wildlife. Colourful birds make Uganda an ornithologist's paradise. Uganda is also endowed with a rich cultural heritage of over 30 ethnic tribes.