Embark on a comprehensive adventure through three of Africa’s most interesting countries, which hosts a large diversity of ethnicities, cultures, languages and wildlife.
Begin at the capital city of Addis Ababa with an elevation of 7726’ where you get to know the story of Lucy, and Ardi the oldest hominid skeletons, see the annual Timkat Festival, travel to view the majestic panoramas of the Semien Mountains with seasonal waterfalls, marvel on the ancient culture at Gondar, learn about the 3000 year old civilization in Axum (Aksum), meet the tribal people of Konso, Droze, visit the spectacular Omo Valley to meet the Mursi Tribe, see the lip-plate tradition and the bull jumping ceremony.
Fly to Kenya, tour Nairobi with a visit to the Karen Blixen’s House and her coffee plantations, feed some Giraffes at the Giraffe Center, and visit some of the largest national parks in Kenya, Tsavo, Amboseli under the shadows of Mt Kilimanjaro, Lake Naivasha, Lake Nakuru. Masai Mara National Park is the largest in the country, where you see the annual wildebeest and Zebra migration. It is amazing to watch millions of animals while on a balloon ride over the Masai Mara, finally visit Aberdare National Park and Mombasa before flying back to the Mt Kilimanjaro airport in Tanzania.
Tanzania is known for its vast wilderness areas. The areas include the Ngorongoro crater, plains of Serengeti National Park – you will have a second chance to see the Migration, most parks are populated by the “big five” game animals (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino), and Tarangire National Park. The tropical island of Zanzibar It is approximately 25 miles off the coast, with Arabic influences and fantastic beaches where you can enjoy snorkeling/diving.