Countries & Parks

Embark on a thrilling journey as you explore the diverse realms of some of the premier safari countries across the globe. Each country offers a unique tapestry of natural wonders and wildlife encounters. Roam the vast savannahs of Kenya, where the iconic Maasai Mara National Reserve hosts the Great Migration. Traverse the enchanting landscapes of Tanzania, home to the majestic Serengeti and the awe-inspiring Ngorongoro Crater. Immerse yourself in the unparalleled beauty of Africa’s safari treasures. Discover the best times to visit each of these countries to ensure an optimal safari experience. Gain insights into the rich ecosystems and conservation efforts that make Kenya and Tanzania extraordinary safari destinations. Whether you’re seeking the thrill of a game drive, the serenity of a walking safari, or the allure of birdwatching, these safari countries promise an unforgettable expedition into the heart of the wild.


Whether you’re a safari enthusiast embarking on your first adventure or a seasoned veteran of the wild, Kenya stands out as an exceptional destination for wildlife enthusiasts. While the Masai Mara National Reserve and its adjacent conservancies are renowned for their remarkable big cat sightings and the annual spectacle of the wildebeest migration, Kenya boasts a plethora of other world-class parks waiting to be explored. Beyond the thrilling safari experiences, Kenya also offers the perfect opportunity to unwind on a serene beach holiday once your safari escapade concludes.

Best Time: June to October and January and February

High Season: June to October and December to March


Madagascar attracts numerous visitors enticed by its stunning beaches, yet the island, boasting 50 national parks and reserves, emerges as a premier ecotourism destination. Ideal for those seeking an active holiday, Madagascar offers a unique experience where wildlife observation is exclusively conducted on foot. For an authentic adventure, enthusiasts can venture out at night, using flashlights to seek out animals in the captivating darkness.

Best Time: August to November (Less rainfall)

High Season: July, August and December (Many parks get busy)

Madagascar Parks & Reserves

  1. Andasibe-Mantadia National Park
  2. Bemaraha National Park
  3. Isalo National Park
  4. Ranomafana National Park
  5. Amber Mountain National Park


Opting for gorilla trekking in Rwanda ensures an extraordinary wildlife experience that is simultaneously challenging, thrilling, and emotionally resonant. Beyond this captivating activity, Rwanda, known as the Land of a Thousand Hills, unfolds its scenic beauty and diverse offerings. In Nyungwe National Park, a lush rainforest habitat, encounter thirteen other primate species, including the charismatic chimpanzees.

Best Time: June to September (Dry season)

High Season: June to September (Gorilla permits are scarce)


Seychelles, the island archipelago nation, seamlessly blends some of the world’s most exquisite beaches with unparalleled biodiversity. This superb chain of islands, characterized by volcanic interiors and a tranquil sense of Indian Ocean isolation, comes alive with unique island and marine wildlife found nowhere else on the planet. Amidst this natural wonder, exclusive resorts offer a luxurious retreat, while trails winding through montane (mountain) forests provide opportunities for exploration. The aromatic spice gardens add to the sensory delights of Seychelles.

Best Time: March, April, October and November (Shoulder months)

High Season: December to February


Tanzania stands out as one of Africa’s premier wildlife destinations, boasting three distinct safari circuits that cater to diverse preferences. The well-known Northern circuit encompasses iconic landmarks like Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and the majestic Mt Kilimanjaro, making it a must-visit for those ticking off their safari bucket list.

Best Time: June to October; January to February for wildebeest calving

High Season: July to March (Northern circuit), June to October (Southern & Western circuit)


Uganda emerges as a remarkable destination for wildlife enthusiasts, showcasing a diverse range of ecosystems encompassing both lush forests and expansive savannahs. A highlight not to be overlooked is the awe-inspiring gorilla trekking experience in Bwindi Impenetrable or Mgahinga Gorilla National Parks, providing an intimate encounter with these majestic creatures. For those fascinated by chimpanzees, Kibale National Park and various other locations offer excellent opportunities for spotting these intelligent primates.

Best Time: June to August and December to February

High Season: June to September (It’s rarely crowded)