Kenya is an enchanting country and few places in the world can boast the amount of culture hidden by the current modernization. 
The contribution made to the world prehistory by East Africa’s archaeological discoveries and prehistoric sites, with their wealth of exhibits of both man and animals, has been profound. Visiting Kenya may very well be visiting the birthplace of humankind and understand its evolution


Rwanda is a flourishing country, its small but bears the large title, “Land of a Thousand Hills.” Rwanda is home to the “Virungas,” great old volcanoes that tower up to almost 2.5 miles, and are nearly covered with rich, green rainforest.
Rwanda’s countryside is characterized by rolling grasslands and areas of rugged mountains that extend southeast from a chain of volcanoes. Dian Fossey described these mountains as being “in the heart of central Africa, so high up that you shiver more then you sweat.”


Uganda is nestled between the arms of the Great Rift Valley and, ecologically, is where East African savannah meets West African Jungle. This harmonious situation provides a unique opportunity for safaris.
The flora and fauna of Uganda is very diverse and of great density, so a safari to this magnificent and charming country will always be rewarding whether you’re a first-time traveller or a veteran of African safaris.
Uganda has a very strong cultural heritage. Many regions in Uganda have kingdoms including Buganda, Busoga, Bunyoro and Toro. Ugandans are remarkably hospitable and hail from a diversity of rich cultures and life styles.