Where to go
East Africa is home to two of Africa’s most popular safari destinations – Kenya and Tanzania – along with gorilla encounters in the rain forests of Uganda and Rwanda, and the tropical beaches of Zanzibar. You can find out more about some of East Africa’s best experiences here.
Why Travel To Tanzania
Safari experience, Tanzania’s stunning range of wildlife and its many beautiful national parks and conservation areas make it the best place in Africa to go on safari.
Whether you choose to do your safari from the back of a truck or want to try something more adventurous such as guided hiking or even canoeing, there is a wealth of options to satisfy
The Wildlife of Tanzania
National Parks of Tanzania, such as lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, and the world Popular Serengeti offer visitors the opportunity to see the fabled big five as well as countless other animals, birds, and insects the likes of which you cannot see Tanzania is also the traditional home of the Maasai people, and no visit to Tanzania would be complete without interacting with these people.
Why Travel To Kenya
Kenya is one of Africa’s most distinct and stunning locations, and your travels with Olosokwan Adventures Safaris takes you to the country’s finest destinations.
Sustainable tourism and a globally-recognized model of wildlife management means that you see pristine wilderness and internationally-significant habitats where wildlife roam freely, including rare and endangered species and the Big Five. Visit magical Kenya, and experience all that Africa offer
The Wildlife of Kenya
Kenya’s geographic diversity means that it supports an extraordinary range of wildlife.
The country’s premier national parks and reserves, are Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo East and West, Samburu-Buffalo Springs, Meru and Laikipia, are all home to most or all of the Big Five, i.e. lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and Black rhino
Why Travel To Uganda
Western Uganda is home to most of the country’s national parks and reserves, and is the best region to visit for wildlife. The standout highlight of this region is the gorilla tracking experience in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, in Uganda’s southwest corner.
The Wildlife of Uganda
There’s more wildlife to spot in the misty forests of the park, from nine other primate species, such as black-and-white colobus and l’Hoest monkeys, as well as forest duikers, elusive forest elephants and more than 200 butterfly species.
Kibale Forest Reserve is also a primate haven – with 13 resident species, it boasts the largest concentration of primates in the country and the biggest diversity of primates of any East African reserve.
Why Travel To Rwanda
Rwanda has three main wildlife destinations, Volcanoes National Park, Nyungwe Forest National Park and Akagera National Park, each of which host a quite different fauna to the others.
Birdwatching aside, wildlife viewing opportunities outside these national parks are limited.
The Wildlife of Rwanda
Volcanoes National Park is best known for its population of hundred mountain gorillas. This includes a dozen habituated for which a total of 96 tracking permits are issued daily.
Other wildlife includes the golden monkey, elephant, buffalo, giant forest hog, bushpig, bushbuck, and black-fronted duiker. Around 200 bird species , a list that includes at least 16 and lbertine Rift Endemics.