Book Flights to East Africa’s Magical Destinations

Magical places for unforgettable experiences

These are the places you’ve really come to experience – the magic of East Africa. See highlights of each unforgettable destination, what to expect, what to do. Each National Park, Island, Beach is has differentiatiing characteristics.

 Travel guides to all your favourite National Parks, Islands and Beaches



Tanzania (Zanzibar)


Aberdare National Park

Aberdare NP is a beautiful national park, west of Mt Kenya. Take a safari in a forest environment, hike, fly-fish, seek the elusive Bongo.

Chalbi Desert

Chalbi means ‘bare and salty’ and the desert is the aridest and hottest region in Kenya. The desert spreads over an area of 100,000 sq km of flat sandy desert, located east of Lake Turkana.

Laikipia Plateau

A hidden gem, vast spaces, thriving wildlife and incredible scenery. Home to private conservancies and luxurious camps.

Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is another of Kenyas most peaceful and serene freshwater lakes located at the highest elevation of the Great Rift Valley at around 1,884 metres above sea level.

Lamu Archipelago

Located in the Indian Ocean on the northern coast of Kenya, the Lamu Archipelago features a variety of islands between the towns of Kiunga and Lamu.


Loisaba Conservancy is a wildlife conservancy located in Laikipia, Northern Kenya. It offers a wide range of wildlife, exciting activities, and amazing accommodation.

Masai Mara

Along with its Tanzanian neighbour,the Serengeti, the greatest wildlife area in the world. Big5 country.

Mount Kenya National Park

Africa’s 2nd highest mountain. Spectacular hiking up to snow and ice. Game filled plains.


The name Nakuru means ‘dusty place’ in the Maasai language. It features the soda lakes of the Rift Valley, attracting an abundance of wildlife.


Samburu National Reserve is semi-arid and rugged park situated alongside the Ewaso Nyiro River in Northern Kenya. View our Travel Guide.

Tsavo National Park

Red Elephants? The man eaters of Tsavo? Maneless Lions? An incredible National Park

Amboseli National Park

Location of the picture ‘ Elephant in savanna with snow-capped peak’. Best places in Africa to see wildlife in the savannas, unmissable.

Hell's Gate National Park

Hell’s Gate National Park is one of the most visually stunning parks in Africa. A remarkable quarter of the Great Rift Valley, Hell’s Gate is Located between beautiful Lake Naivasha and the twin Longonot and Suswa Volcanoes.

Lake Baringo

Lake Baringo is a freshwater lake in the Rift Valley of Kenya, renowned for its fantastic birdlife and wildlife activities ideal for a relaxing safari style getaway without many tourists around.

Lake Turkana

Known as the ‘Jade Sea’ due to its colour or as ‘Anam Ka’alakol’ meaning sea of many fish by the locals.

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Lewa Downs, also known as the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is a home to the endangered Black Rhino and a wide variety of wildlife species

Malindi Marine

Consists of the Malindi Marine Park, the Watamu Marine Park, and the beaches. Perfect beach getaway.

Meru National Park

Meru National Park is one of the oldest and underrated national parks in Kenya. The park features rare and unique wildlife species, swamps, bush lands, rivers, grassland and more

Nairobi National Park

See Africa’s wildlife inside a capital city. Unique.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is located in a 90,000-acre Laikipia County adjacent to the small town of Nanyuki and situated between the Aberdares and the foothills of Mount Kenya. 

Solio Game Reserve

Solio Game Reserve is a privately-owned wildlife sanctuary nestled in the valley between the peaks of the Aberdare Mountains and the lofty slopes of Mount Kenya.

Watamu Marine Park

With a species list only surpassed by that of the Great Barrier Reef, Watamu Marine Park is one of Kenya biggest attractions.


Arusha National Park

Home to Mount Meru and filled with wildlife, birds, and luscious forests, Arusha National Park is filled with mountains of adventure.

Kilwa Masoko

On Tanzania’s southern coast a chance to ‘step back in time’ and take a peek into Tanzania’s cultural history. Unspoiled, underwater adventure

Lake Natron

Oldoinyo Lengai, meaning the mountain of God, forms a backdrop to this prehistoric looking area. Home to millions of Flamingos.

Mafia Island

Mafia Island is a true little paradise on earth, the island is pure and ‘un-touristy’. It’s your Robinson Crusoe place.

Mount Kilimanjaro National Park

Africa’s highest peak and the world’s highest freestanding. A bucket list to-do hike. Majestic and captivating.

Ruaha National Park

Home of the famed Sable and Roan antelopes. Baobabs, landscapes, hot springs. This is African untamed. No crowds.

Selous Game Reserve

Africa’s largest game reserve. A hugely undisturbed wilderness.

Tarangire National Park

Super sized Baobabs and the world’s largest land mammal the elephant meet. An abundance of wildlife.


Disconnect from the real world and be transported to heaven on earth, a private island with white sands.

Lake Manyara

Beautiful park, lake on one side, steep escarpment which is part of the Great Rift Valley in the west. Massive hippo families, flamingo flocks and famous tree climbing lions.


Lushoto with its mountains, excellent climate, and fertile grounds is a mecca for hikers and foodies.

Mikumi National Park

A huge and varied natural wonderland with many habitats = tons of game and smaller animals to find.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Unlike no other in the world. Stand on the crater rim before descending and hold your breath.

Saadani National Park

Where bush meets beach. Safaris meets the waves at the Indian Ocean. Wildlife on the shores.

Serengeti - Seronera

With it’s Kenyan neighbour the Masai Mara, the greatest and most famous wildlife area in the world.

Tanzania (Zanzibar)


Paradise found. Fine sand beaches, clear warm waters, beautiful reefs, palms whispering. Soul food.

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