[interactive_banner banner_title=”Nairobi” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Nairobi, Kenya’s Capital, located at 1°16′S 36°48′E is a well-planned modern city of over three million inhabitants. Originally simply called ‘Mile 327’, it began in 1899 as a basic camp and supply depot for the construction workers building the Kenya-Uganda ‘lunatic express’ railway. To the indigenous inhabitants, Maasais – the proud and majestic nomadic pastoralists who have stuck to their culture to this day – it was known as Enkarre Nairrobi, ‘a place of cold water’ in the Maa language.” banner_image=”id^9852|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Nairobi.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^Nairobi|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Samburu National Reserve” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Situated about 330kms north of Nairobi in Kenya’s hot, rugged and semi-arid Northern Province, the Samburu National Reserve and the adjacent Buffalo Springs and Shaba National Reserve are some of the country’s most colourful and dramatic game viewing areas. The reserves are within the lands of the colourful Samburu people, close relatives of the Maasai, and are home to a number of wildlife sub-species rarely found elsewhere in the world.” banner_image=”id^9853|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/SAMBURU-NATIONAL-RESERVE-OR-BUFFALO-SPRINGS-NATIONAL-RESERVE-OR-SHABA-NATIONAL-RESERVE.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^SAMBURU NATIONAL RESERVE OR BUFFALO SPRINGS NATIONAL RESERVE OR SHABA NATIONAL RESERVE|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Mount Kenya National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Mount Kenya, with its snow capped peaks 5,199 m. high, is Kenya’s highest mountain and certainly one of the most beautiful mountains anywhere. Its slopes are covered with rich deciduous and bamboo forests and open high altitude moorland just below the glaciers and snowfields. Wildlife resident within the forest includes elephant, buffalo and even lion, with several species of antelope and other smaller animals” banner_image=”id^9854|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/MOUNT-KENYA-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^MOUNT KENYA NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Lake Nakuru National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The Great Rift Valley (which runs from the Red Sea to Southern Africa, dotted with many fresh and salt water lakes, crates and volcanoes) has Lake Nakuru as one of its most visited salt water lakes. Lake Nakuru National Park is a RAMSAR SITE encompassing the lake and surrounding game viewing area reknown as a black and white rhino sanctuary and home to other savannah predators and herbivores.” banner_image=”id^9855|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/LAKE-NAKURU-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^LAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Masai Mara National Reserve” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The Masai Mara National Reserve (1,510 sq km) – arguably the world’s best game viewing area – offers wonderful scenery and an abundance of big game. With its rolling plains and grasslands it is reminiscent of “Hemingway Country“. There are very large herds of buffalo, wildebeest and various antelope. In addition hippo, giraffe, rhino, elephant and leopard are frequently seen while the birdlife is impressive.” banner_image=”id^9856|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/MASAI-MARA-NATIONAL-RESERVE.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^MASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Amboseli National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”With snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro ever present in the background on a clear day, Amboseli National Park (392 Sq. Kms), is justly famous for its big game and scenic beauty. Mount Kilimanjaro standing at 5,895 metres above sea level is the highest single mountain in the world, and the highest part of Africa. Amboseli is home to great herds of elephants and game viewing is particularly easy in this Park.” banner_image=”id^9857|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/AMBOSELI-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Lake Turkana” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Kenya’s North is desert country- hot, parched and broken by volcanic activity, where ancient blackened lava flows and endless thorn trees stretch from horizon to horizon.
Getting to Turkana overland is no mean feat. While it is possible to fly to the Lake in a Chartered aircraft (and indeed flying is recommended for the furthest Northern reaches) it must be said that flying to Turkana somewhat distills the adventure.” banner_image=”id^9858|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/LAKE-TURKANA.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^LAKE TURKANA|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Aberdare National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The Aberdare National Park, created in 1948, is a 492 sq Km fairytale paradise of dense highland forest and misty spaces of Afro-alpine moorland, deep gorges and ravines where icy rivers plunge in glorious cascades and waterfalls such as the Gura (791ft) or Karura Falls (894ft). The Kikuyu name for the mountains is Nyandarua (drying hide), due to its distinctive outline, yet the range retains the name of Aberdare.” banner_image=”id^9859|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/ABERDARE-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^ABERDARE NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Tsavo National Parks” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The major feature of Tsavo East & West (in total covering an area of over 21,000sq. kms), the largest park in the country, is undoubtedly its elephant population, which number in the region of several thousands. The Tsavo elephants are sometimes called Red Elephants because of the colour of the mud they cover themselves with, to protect themselves from the heat and from insects.” banner_image=”id^9860|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/TSAVO-NATIONAL-PARKS.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^TSAVO NATIONAL PARKS|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Lamu Island” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Lamu is a place like no other, a peaceful tropical island where life is lived at its own relaxed rhythm, but a place whose history is as mysterious and fascinating as the winding streets of its medieval stone town.The island itself is a beautiful place of rolling dunes and endless beaches, where tiny villages nestle among coconut and mango plantations and lateen sailed dhows ply the waters.” banner_image=”id^9861|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/LAMU-ISLAND.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^LAMU ISLAND|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Diani Beach” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Surrounded by the breathtaking Indian Ocean, soft white sands, lush greenery and the striking shade of emerald blue that emerges from its clear warm waters, Diani is Kenya’s most relaxing retreat. It is the perfect place to get away from the stress of everyday life or to relax before and after an exciting safari.With its 17 kilometers of beautiful, flawless, soft white sand, Diani Beach has been awarded the best beach destination in Africa for 5 years running and is popular with families, honeymooners, backpackers and water-sports enthusiasts alike” banner_image=”id^9862|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/DIANI-BEACH.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^DIANI BEACH|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Malindi And Watamu” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The small town of Malindi is at the centre of a strip of idyllic tropical beaches offering the visitor a range of world class resorts and quiet relaxing hideaways. Further south, the sleepy village of Watamu is fronted by wide white beaches. This tranquil haven is home to several well established resorts, and many private guesthouses scattered through the forest along the deserted shore.” banner_image=”id^9863|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/MALINDI-AND-WATAMU.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^MALINDI AND WATAMU|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Meru National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Brilliant on a magnificent scale, the Meru and Kora sister parks feature luxuriant jungle, coursing rivers, verdant swamp, khaki grasslands and gaunt termite cathedrals all under the sky’s great blue bowl. Little visited and utterly unspoilt, few places are comparable to the remote and rugged atmosphere found here. Visitors can see Grevy’s zebras, elephants, Bohor reedbucks, hartebeests, pythons, puff adders, cobras, buffalos and more than 427 recorded species of birds.” banner_image=”id^9663|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/large_Region-meru.jpg|caption^null|alt^null|title^large_Region-meru|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Lake Naivasha” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Lake Naivasha – one of only two fresh-water lakes in the Great Rift Valley (which runs from the Red Sea to Southern Africa, dotted with many fresh and salt water lakes, crates and volcanoes) – was the first hydroport in East Africa and was the centre of the opulent ‘Happy Valley’ settler population during the colonial era in the early 20th century. The lake is home to over 350 species of birds and large families of hippos while its Crescent Island was one of the major sites for the shooting of ‘Out of Africa’ movie” banner_image=”id^9864|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/LAKE-NAIVASHA.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^LAKE NAIVASHA|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”North Coast” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The coastline North of Mombasa is a world of enthralling history and natural beauty.
The coast is lined with pristine palm fringed beaches, and the calm inviting waters of the Indian Ocean. The beaches are broken by the wide mouth of Kilifi Creek; whose azure waters are a popular port of call on the international yachting circuit. The beaches of Nyali, Vipingo, Kikambala and Shanzu are home to a wide range of World Class resorts with fine cuisine and services.” banner_image=”id^9865|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/NORTH-COAST-.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^NORTH COAST|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]

Tanzania officially the United Republic of Tanzania is a country in East Africa within the African Great Lakes region. It borders Uganda to the north; Kenya to the northeast; Comoro Islands and the Indian Ocean to the east; Mozambique and Malawi to the south; Zambia to the southwest; and Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west. Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, is in northeastern Tanzania. German rule began in mainland Tanzania during the late 19th century when Germany formed German East Africa.

This was followed by British rule after World War I. The mainland was governed as Tanganyika, with the Zanzibar Archipelago remaining a separate colonial jurisdiction. Following their respective independence in 1961 and 1963, the two entities merged in 1964 to form the United Republic of Tanzania.

[interactive_banner banner_title=”Arusha” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Once a small trading post, its only significance being due to its geographical position in the Centre of Africa, mid-way between the Cape and Cairo, Arusha is today an agricultural town and a comfortable base for all safaris to the Northern part of Tanzania. The small town is also famous for its Tanzanite mines and boasts the Arusha National Park, just outside the city, a string of lovely lakes with a miniature volcanic crater hidden in a forest of Mahogany and Olive on the slopes of Mount Meru.” banner_image=”id^9867|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/ARUSHA.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^ARUSHA|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Lake Manyara National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Lake Manyara National Park is named after the soda lake that it partly accommodates. Manyara is a fantastic big game park. It is renowned for its elephant and buffalo population and even more so by the tree-climbing lions! Other species include the numerous buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and impala. The lake shore also provides a natural habitat for thousands of water birds including the more colourful flamingos where it is an ideal resting and feeding ground.” banner_image=”id^9868|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/LAKE-MANYARA-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Tarangire National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The Tarangire National Park covers approximately 2,600 square Kilometres and, in the dry season, is second only to Ngorongoro Crater in concentration of wildlife to be seen here, drawn by the Tarangire River. It is the vast number of gigantic baobabs that first capture the eyes as one enters the Tarangire National Park, and the park is famed for its abundance of elephants, which number over 5,000.” banner_image=”id^9869|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/TARANGIRE-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Pemba Island” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”This untouched island off the coast of Zanzibar offers travelers the perfect beachfront escape. Commonly referred to by locals as the “Green Island” because of its lush forests and tropical vibe, it’s Pemba’s incredible stretches of white sandy beach and turquoise blue waters that make it a destination for visitors from around the globe.” banner_image=”id^9786|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/GettyImages-92338322-5b8e77b6c9e77c002545b9bb-scaled.jpg|caption^null|alt^null|title^GettyImages-92338322-5b8e77b6c9e77c002545b9bb|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Fanjove Island” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”This exquisite natural setting is like a fount of Arcadian dreams and literary legend. As a secluded Island, guests share Fanjove only with the abundant resident of marine life, and of course our dedicated staff, who help to deliver the experience of a lifetime.
Intact coral spans for miles; the prolific wildlife includes spinner dolphin, green turtles and humpback whales.” banner_image=”id^9787|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/fanjove-island-tanzania-timbuktu-travel.jpg|caption^null|alt^null|title^fanjove-island-tanzania-timbuktu-travel|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Thanda Island” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Thanda Island started with a dream to find a small, remote, uninhabited Tropical Island off the coast of East Africa. Today, it is one of the world’s most exclusive island getaways, a paradise for you to enjoy in complete privacy with family and friends. A secluded island with a single luxurious villa and two traditional Bandas (beach chalets) in the Indian Ocean, off the east coast of Tanzania” banner_image=”id^9788|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/a982a001a70b4c0089415387e3c0185c.jpg|caption^null|alt^null|title^a982a001a70b4c0089415387e3c0185c|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Ngorongoro Crater” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Ngorongoro is quite unique as its physical protection from man natural beauty ranks it’s among the most pristine wildernesses on earth. The descent into the crater floor is exhilarating and breathtaking, as they only way down is along a steep, narrow and cliff -lined track – access only possible using 4-wheel drive vehicles. It is regarded as a natural wonder of the world and has been declared a World Heritage Site.” banner_image=”id^9870|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/NGORONGORO-CRATER.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^NGORONGORO CRATER|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Olduvai Gorge” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Visit the Olduvai (Ol Dupai) Gorge, where man originated and where his earliest remains have been uncovered by the Leakey family. A small, but extremely informative museum displays some of the skulls, bones and tools of pre-historic man found in the gorge, including a large collection of animal’s fossils, which give an indication of the shape and size of today’s animals two million years ago.” banner_image=”id^9871|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/OLDUVAI-GORGE.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^OLDUVAI GORGE|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Serengeti National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The name ‘Serengeti’ comes from the Maasai language and appropriately means an ‘endless plains’. The National Park is as big as Northern Ireland. Its ecosystem, which includes the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the Maswa Game Reserve and the Maasai Mara Game reserve (in Kenya) among others, covers an area of over 30,000sq km. It lies between the shores of Lake Victoria in the west, Lake Eyasi in the south, and the Great Rift Valley to the east.” banner_image=”id^9872|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/SERENGETI-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Mikumi National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Mikumi National Park covers 3,237 square and lies within the Mkata River plain bordered by the Uluguru Mountain range to the east and the Rubeho Mountains on the west, an area of lush vegetation which particularly attracts elephants and buffalos. Open grasslands dominate in the flood plain, eventually merging with the Miombo woodland covering the lower hills.” banner_image=”id^9873|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/MIKUMI-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^MIKUMI NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Ruaha National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The Ruaha National Park is Tanzania’s second largest park and the world’s largest elephant sanctuary. Although set in spectacular scenery with an abundance of wildlife, the park is one of the lesser visited in the country, keeping it an isolated and peaceful wilderness. Many people are attracted to Ruaha for its rugged and raw beauty, which up to this day remains mostly untouched, and unvisited.” banner_image=”id^9874|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/RUAHA-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^RUAHA NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Selous Game Reserve” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Selous is one of the most remote and least visited game parks in Africa, but at 15,000 square miles, it is the world’s largest game reserve. The name derives from hunter-explorer Frederick.C.Selous, a keen naturalist and conservationist as well as a hunter. He was killed in the First World War in the Beho Beho region of the reserve.” banner_image=”id^9875|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/SELOUS-GAME-RESERVE.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^SELOUS GAME RESERVE|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Zanzibar Island” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The Zanzibar Archipelago, located in the Indian Ocean 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania, is a breathtaking spot to escape from the world. You’ll enjoy clear, turquoise-blue water; shallow sandbars perfect for wading; and many small, nearly deserted islands virtually unvisited by tourists. Explore the World Heritage Site of Stone Town, Zanzibar City’s old quarter. Or just go beach to beach between tiny fishing villages—each one’s better than the next.” banner_image=”id^9876|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/ZANZIBAR-ISLAND.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^ZANZIBAR ISLAND|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]

Human occupation of Rwanda is thought to have begun shortly after the last ice age. By the 16th century, the inhabitants had organized into a number of kingdoms. In the 19th century, Mwami (king) Rwabugiri of the Kingdom of Rwanda conducted a decades-long process of military conquest and administrative consolidation that resulted in the kingdom coming to control most of what is now Rwanda. The colonial powers, Germany and Belgium, allied with the Rwandan court.

[interactive_banner banner_title=”Kigali” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Kigali is the capital and largest city of Rwanda. It is near the nation’s geographic centre in a region of rolling hills, with a series of valleys and ridges joined by steep slopes. The city has been Rwanda’s economic, cultural, and transport hub since it became the capital following independence from Belgian rule in 1962.” banner_image=”id^9878|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/KIGALI.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^KIGALI|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Volcanoes National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”“In the heart of Central Africa, so high up that you shiver more than you sweat,” wrote the eminent primatologist Dian Fossey, “are great, old volcanoes towering almost 15,000 feet, and nearly covered with rich, green rainforest – the Virungas.”
Situated in the far northwest of Rwanda,” banner_image=”id^9881|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/VOLCANOES-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Akagera National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The relatively warm and low-lying plains of Akagera comprise savannah, woodland, wetland and a dozen lakes. In partnership with African Parks, we aim to transform the National Park into a world-class location to experience a safari. The largely open expanse is ideal for game viewing, and we are taking steps to ensure the Big Five roam the park in greater numbers over the course of time.” banner_image=”id^9877|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/AKAGERA-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^AKAGERA NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Nyungwe National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”One of the oldest rainforests in Africa, Nyungwe is rich in biodiversity and spectacularly beautiful. The mountainous region is teaming with wildlife, including a small population of chimpanzees as well as 12 other species of primate, including the L’Hoest’s monkey endemic to the Albertine Rift.” banner_image=”id^9879|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/NYUNGWE-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^NYUNGWE NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Gishwati Mukura National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Rwanda’s fourth national park, Gishwati Mukura is made up of two separate forests – the larger Gishwati and small Mukura, forming a total of 34 square kilometres plus a buffer zone.
The forests sit on the ridge which divides the Congo and Nile water catchment areas, along the incredibly biodiverse Albertine Rift in the west of the country. It is made up of 60 species of tree, including indigenous hardwoods and bamboo.” banner_image=”id^9880|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/RWANDA.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^RWANDA|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]

Uganda (Luganda: Yuganda), officially the Republic of Uganda (Swahili: Jamhuri ya Uganda[1]), is a landlocked country in East-Central Africa. It is bordered to the east by Kenya, to the north by South Sudan, to the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, to the south-west by Rwanda, and to the south by Tanzania. The southern part of the country includes a substantial portion of Lake Victoria, shared with Kenya and Tanzania. Uganda is in the African Great Lakes region. Uganda also lies within the Nile basin and has a varied but generally a modified equatorial climate.

[interactive_banner banner_title=”Kampala” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Kampala is the capital and largest city of Uganda. The city proper was estimated to have a population of 1,650,800 people on 31 July 2019 and is divided into the five boroughs of Kampala Central Division, Kawempe Division, Makindye Division, Nakawa Division, and Rubaga Division.” banner_image=”id^9883|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/KAMPALA.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^KAMPALA|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Lake Mburo National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Despite its size, Lake Mburo National Park certainly has a number of amazing attractions that belie its small stature. With five lakes contained within its boundaries, the most impressive is the lake that gives the park its name: Lake Mburo. The huge lake stretches away in the distance and taking a boat trip on its tranquil waters is simply delightful.” banner_image=”id^9886|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/LAKE-MBURO-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^LAKE MBURO NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Queen Elizabeth National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Located in western Uganda, Queen Elizabeth National Park was named after the royal Queen Elizabeth II of England and was established in 1954. Famous for its exotic wildlife, the park is home to many elephants, hippos, Congo lions, African Leopards, chimpanzees and 95 species of mammals. Bird-watchers will be delighted to learn that the park also house 500 species of birds.” banner_image=”id^9890|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/QUEEN-ELIZABETH-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^QUEEN ELIZABETH NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Bwindi Impenetrable National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that forms part of the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, one of the richest ecosystems in Africa. This park is perhaps one of Uganda’s most remarkable destinations for visitors. Come with your cameras and observe over 200 different species of trees,” banner_image=”id^9882|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/BWINDI-IMPENETRABLE-NATIONAL-PARK.png|caption^null|alt^null|title^BWINDI IMPENETRABLE NATIONAL PARK|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Semiliki National Park” heading_tag=”h6″ banner_desc=”Semiliki National Park is one of the newest national parks in Uganda, made famous by the Sempaya Hot Springs. But the hot-springs are not for bathing as the water temperature is over 1000C. Try boiling an egg in it as a test. It should be hard-boiled after ten minutes. If you love a good nature tour, the park has primate creatures like grey-checked mangabey, red-tailed monkeys, elephants, chimpanzees, De Brazza’s monkey, pygmy antelope and many diverse species of birds.” banner_image=”id^9806|url^https://africareboundsafaris.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/hotsprings-semliki.jpg|caption^null|alt^null|title^hotsprings-semliki|description^null” banner_height=”ult-banner-block-custom-height” banner_height_val=”300″ banner_bg_color=”#e66c24″]
[interactive_banner banner_title=”Murchison Falls National Park” heading_tag=”h6″