Private Air Flights & Tour flying packages East Africa.

Wings Over Africa Aviation Limited provides segmented air transport services in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania,Rwanda,Burundi  into and out of national parks,game reserves,private conservancies and sanctuaries.



Private air charters & accommodation flying packages  are tailor made and this exclusive use of the aircraft or helicopter without sharing with strangers.The flight can be for family, group, incentive, business Leisure,team building or anniversary celebration.We have safari lodges,tented camps,mobile camps  and campsite where you can chose your tour from based on your budget.Safari lodges are segmented into budget and luxury  from  the price of $ 350 to $900 per night per person sharing in Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo,Samburu,Shaba,Mt Kenya,Aberdares  but just to mention afew.We have tented camps budget  and luxury ranging from $450 to $ 750=00 per night sharing full board .Campsite depend with your needs you can take your own tent  and pay  $40=00 for space or hire at arange of $100 To $150=00  haring per day per per person.


The Coast is a world apart from “upcountry” Kenya and in many ways it feels like a different country .For a start,Mombasa,Kenya’s second city ,is a much easier place to enjoy than Nairobi.With its sun-scorched ,colonnaded sTreets ,this is the quintessential tropical port-steamy and unbelievably dilapidated ,but not lacking in atmosphere-and its fun to shop here, stroll the old city’s alleys, or visit “Fort Jesus.To the north and south of Mombasa there are superb beaches and a number of tourist resort areas,but nothing ,as yet ,highly developed in the Florida or Spanish costa sense. You can certainly enjoy yourself having a lazy time at  a beach resort, but theres a lot more to the coast than recliners, swimming pools and buffet meals.

Most obviously, the beaches are the launch pad for one of the most beautiful coral reefsin the world. With equipment, you can do some spectacular dives,but even with a simple snorkel and mask,which are easily obtained, you can explore beneath the surface,to discover what really is another world.The two most spectacular areas are enclosed in marine national parks ,around Watamu and Malindi,and at the island of Wasini.

The string of islands that runs up the coast-Wasini,Funzi,Chale,Lamu,Manda,Pate and Kiwaiyu-are all very much worth visiting. Apart from their beach and ocean attractions, most of them have some archeological interest, which is also a constant theme on the mainland: the whole coast is littered with the ruins of forts, mosques,tombs,and even one or two whole towns. Some of these-including Fort Jesus ,the old town of  Lamu and the ruined city of Gedi-are already on the tourist circuit, but there are dozens that have hardly been cleared and make for quite compelling excursions.

Islam has long been a major influence on the coast, and the traditional, annual fast is widely observed during the month of Ramadhan, when no food or drinks are consumed during the hours of daylight. Visiting the coast at this time might leave a slightly strange impression of a region where everyone is on night shift, but in practical terms it usually makes little difference .The end of Ramadhan is marked by major festivities, as are several other Muslim holidays throughout the year.

Plenty of visitors-perhaps the majority, in fact-treat the coast as their main destinations in Kenya, combined with a short safari inland. There are four main, popular resort areas. First and foremost is the suburban district north of Mombasa island, often known as “North Coast”, around half an hour to an hour from the airport, further north comes Watamu,about two hours from Mombasa ad lastly Malindi ,another twenty minutes beyond Watamu. South of Mombasa ,the main focus of the “South Coast”in Diani Beach,about  an hour-and-a halfs drive from the airport on a good day ( the ferry can delayyou) .Apart from the odd small development ,the rest of the coast is virtually untouched by tourism.

In many areas along the length of Kenya’s coast, the sea is very shallow at low tide and in some places its impossible to swim except at high tide. If you’re concerned about the state of the tides, consult the tide tables in the online edition of Coast Week.The lagoon inside the reef is reasonably safe for swimming all year round. Beyond the reef, however, conditions can be radically different. If you’re planning to go beyond the reef-to dive or go fishing, for example –always check that your boat has a useable life jacket for each passenger.

If you’re on a budget, a word of warning tempting as it can be, sleeping out on the beaches is nearly always unwise because of the danger of robbery. Although there are one or two very remote areas you might get away with it, you’ll usually have to find a room or pitch your tent at one of the few campsites.

This part of Kenya, with its monsoon climate ,is the region most affected by the seasons.The somewhat unpredictable “long rains” between April and June are  a much cheaper and quieter season than the rest of the year. While the beaches tend to be damp and the weather overcast during this low season ,you can make big savings on pre-booked holidays or,if you’re travelling independently ,reduce your hotel or rental costs by fifty percent or more-and if you’re diving ,the water clarity is still good.Its worth noting, however ,that smaller hotels, especially the more upmarket establishments, often close during the low season. While the sea is warm all year  (averaging 25-30 degrees) underwater visibility varies greatly ,from as little as fice metres  from June to September ,to as much as thirty metres in December ,October, November and March are usually  the best overall months for weather and water visibility ,though it can be very ot in February and March in the build-up to the “long rains”. As for Indian Oceans monsoon winds, they always blow onshore the dry, moderate kaskazi wing blows from the northeast from November to April: then the moister and stronger  kusi blows from the southeast  from May to October ( the changeover period is often very gusty), and in this season large quantities of seaweed often sweep up onto the beach. In July ,August and September there is generally quite a strong breeze, with choppy seas. From December to February ,on the other hand,its hot and dry ,and much calmer.


For along list of reasons ,Maasai Mara is the best animal reserve in Kenya.Set at nearly 2000m above sea level,the reserve is a great wedge of undulating grassland in the remoter,sparsely inhabited southwest part of the country, snuggled up against the Tanzanian border and,indeed,an extension of the even bigger Serengeti plains in Tanzania.This is a land of short grass and croton ushes ( Mara means “spotted “ because of the yellow cottons dotted on the plains), where the wind plays with the thick,green mantle after the rains and, nine months later,whips up dust devils from the baked surface.Maasai Maras climate is relatively predictable, with ample rain,and the new grass supports an annual Wildebeest Migration of up to one and a half million animals from the dry plains of Tanzania.

At any  time of the year,the Mara has abundant wildlife .Whether youre watching the migration ,or a pride of lions hunting,a herd of elephants grazing in the marsh,or hyenas squabbling with vultures over the carcass of a buffalo,you are conscious all the time of being in a realm apart. To trave; through the reserve in August or September, while the wildebeest are in possession ,feels like being caught up in the momentum of a histroric event. There are few palces on earth where animals hold such dazzling sway.

With  its plentiful vegetation and wildlife, the reserves eco-system might at first appear resilient to the effect of huge numbers of tourists.However,the Mara is the most visited wildlife area in Kenya, and the balance between  increasing tourist numbers and wildlife cant be maintained indefinitely .Off-road drving kills the protective cover of vegetation and can create dust bowls that spread like sores through the effects of natural wind and water erosion and become muddy quagmires in the rain.

The vast majority of visitors come on pre-booked air or road safari packages which can work out cheaper than making independent arrangements.If youre travelling on a budget ,your,ll have to accept that the reserve is not a cheap option  and even organized budget-camping  safaris can seem expensive.

Accomodation in Maasai Mara is in safari lodges,tented camps,campsite both budget and luxury owned by dig=fferent hotals chains within East Africa Safari parks.We have private flights using helicopters and aircraft  for air taxi,scenic & sightseeing safaris,filming safaris within the safari parks at veruy competitive prices.


#airsafaris#tourpackages$flightsAmboseli#scenicsafaris#sightseeingsafaris Amboseli National Park, the Masaais “Place of Dust” ,is a small and very touristy park.Scenically,however,it is totally redeemed by the stunning spectacle of Kilimanjaro towering over it and, as in those clinched but irresistible photos taken with telephoto lenses appearing almost to fill the sky. In the right light, the snowy massif, washed coral and orange, is devastatingly beautiful. Sunrise and Sunset are the most likely times to see the mountain, especially during the rainy season when the ai is much clearer, but for the most part it remains tantalizingly shrouded in a thick shawl of cloud.

On the animal side, Amboseli,like Tsavo,is Elephant country par excellence. You will see large herds, some with big tusks,Predators,apart from hyenas and jackals, are relatively scarce ( lions are almost absent, thanks to the revenge wrought by the Masaai upon the expulsion of them and their herds from the park) ,but good numbers of herbivores are present .In the dry season ,most of the animals crowd into the impenetrable marshy areas and Patches of acacia woodland where food plants are available .But during and shortly after the rains the picture is different ,the animals more dispersed and the landscape greener.

The only budget accommodation is the Amboseli Community Campsite just outside the park boundary at junction #37.There are two reliable lodges and a luxury tented camp effectively inside the park,but a clutch of camps and lodges with much less certain credentials has sprung up just outside the park, near Kimana Gate in the Southe

ast .If youre booking a safari that includes a stay in that area,bear in mind that there is park daily entry fees restrict the number of game drives, you do inside the park, whose swamp and woodland habitats are worth paying for.We have Amboseli Serena Lodge Southern Park area, near Enkongo Narok Swamp,Ol Tukai Lodge Ol Tukai area and Tortillis camp just outside the southern park boundary accessible only via park.


An extinct volcano some 3.5 million years old, Mount Kenya is Africa’s second –highest mountain, with two jagged peaks. Formed from the remains of a gigantic volcano plug-it rose more than 700m above sea-level until a million years ago-most of its erupted lava and ash have been eroded by glacial action to create the distinctive, craggy silhouette. The peaks are permanently iced with snow and glaciers, the latter under retreat due to climate change. On the upper slopes ,altitude and the equatorial location combine to nurture forms of vegetation, seemingly designed by some 1950s science-fiction writer, that exist only here and at one or two other lofty points in East Africa. When you first see them ,its hard to believe the “water –holding cabbage’” ostrich plume plant”or “giant grounded”.

Johann Ludwig Kraft saw it in 1849 ,but his stories of snow on the equator were not taken seriously. But in 1883 the young Scottish traveler, Joseph Thomson, confirmed its existence to the outside world. The Kikuyu ,Masaai and other peoples living in one region had venerated the mountains for centuries, and park rangers still ccassionally report finding elderly Kikuyu high up on the moorlands, drawn by the presence of Gog-Ngai-Whose dwelling place this is.It is not known ,however, whether anyone had scaled the peaks before Sir Halford Mackinder reached the highest of the two,Batian ,in 1899.Another thirty years passed before Nelion , a tougher summit, was conquered.Both were named by Mackinder’s expedition after nineteenth-century Masaa Laibon,or ritual leaders.

The  KWS-managed national park encloses all parts of the mountain above 3200m plus salient down the Nro Moru and Sirimon streams,and,inside this area fees to be paid, and strict rules control your activities.Outsie this zone, surrounding thenational park, lies the Mount Kenya National Reserve in which your movements are normally only limited by your inclination and equipment( though on some access roads,suich as the one for Mountain Lodge fees are payable even in the reserves).


#Wildlfesafaris#accommodation#magicalKenya#airtaxi#helicoptersafaris#VIPcharterflights#privatejetflights#aircharters# ChyULU Hills National Park Kenya

The Chyulu Hills National Park which follows the spine of the geologically recent Chyulu Hills lava ridge-only formed around 500 years ago-is one of Kenyas least visaited and leasted developed national parks. Aside from the wildlife and the glorious scenery ( the hills stood in for the less impressive Ngong Hills for the filming of Out Of Africa),the main attraction is Leviathan Cave ,the worlds second-longest lava tube.At present ,you need to be a dedicated and well-equipped caver to explorer Leviathan ,but there are plans to make at least part of the cave more easily accessible.Wildlife is present in great numbers, though what youll see varies constantly: the plains between the C102 from Emali to Kimana,known as the “pipeline road” ,and the hills are often speckled with game,including giraffe,buffalo,eland,zebra,and wildebeest.While in the glades of the forested hills themselves you can see elephant and giant forest hog and even,in the parks northwestern corner,towards the Mukedo Gate ,around fifteen Black Rhinos living on the lava flow and under constant KWS survelliance .The crest of the Chyulus is wreathed in mossy cloud forest,constantly watered by the clouds that make the landscapes here so ravishingly beautiful.

Accommodation  in the park itself is limited to a single campsite by the park HQ,1200m inside Kibwezi Gate,but there s an affortable tented camp and two outstanding luxury places to stay.

At the southern end of the Chyulu Hills ,20km  we have Campi Ya Kanzi,on the western flank of the Chyulu,29km  we have Oldonyo Wuas and on the northeast side of the park Umani Springs Camp.

We have a fleet of aircraft  single & twin engine piston ranging from 1 person to 5 people and single and twin engine turbo prop ranging from 3 people to 37 people ,jet engines from 7 seats to 30 seats in VIP configuration.The helicopters  popularly know as “Choppers” from 1 to 6 seater  single engine and 1 to 8 seater twin engine .We provide scenic safaris,sightseeing safaris,filming safaris,aerial survey & photography safaris  and game viewing  of safari parks in Kenya.

For travelers who have tied scheduled that does not match commercial flights or those who needs VIP or wants privacy we provide private air charter flights.We have special accommodation rates which we combine with the private flights to package our services to be private air charters and accommodation flying packages.

Private air charter & accommodation flying packages we offer from either Jomo Kenyatta airport,Wilson airport,Moi Mombasa airport, Ukunda airport,Malindi airport,Lamu airport ,Nanyuki airport, Kisumu airport,Eldoret airport  to Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo west,Tsavo East,Mfangano island,Rusinga island, Samburu, Shaba, Aberdares,Mt Kenya ,Laikipia,Meru,Lake Nakuru,Lake Naivasha, Lake Baringo,Lake Bogoria, Shompole, Joys Camp, Solio Ranch using C-172,C-182,C-206,C-210,BARON 55/58, PA-43 SENECA 1,11, 111, V,Super King air 200/350i, Caravan 208B ,Let 410,Donnier 228, B1900,Dash 7,Dash 8-100/200/300/400,Embraer 110, Citation Bravo 550 jet, Citation Bravo Excel 560,Citation Bravo 650 jet  and CRJ 100.We fly  to  luxury,budget  tented camps,safari lodges ,camping safaris,mobile camping and we package based on your need and budget.Private air charter & accommodation flying packages include either one-way flight,return flight,full accommodation, half board accommodation, Bed and Breakfast,park entry fees,Game drives,transfers to and from national parks and airports.

Private  flying packages for  5 people using  C-206 for  2 nights  from Nairobi to Masai Mara  including return flights,2 game drives per day,full board accommodation,park entry fees  will be  $8,500=00  translating into $1,700=00 per person.For 12 people Nairobi to Masai Mara $19,900=00 for full board accommodation, 2 game drives,park entry fees,return private flights ,airport transfers cost per person $1,660=00 per person for 2 nights.

Kenya has most of the hotel chains with their headquarters in Nairobi namely Sarova hotels ,Heritage hotels,Serena hotels,Sopa Lodges,Mara Simba,Fairmont Hotels,Mpata safari club, & Beyond,Saruni,Porini ,Governors Camp,Basecamp Explorer,,Karen Blexin, which have safari lodges,tented camps in Amboseli,Masai Mara,Tsavo,Mt Kenya,Samburu,Lake Nakuru, Serengeti, Seronera, Lake Manyara,Ngorongoro Crater and from Mid June to end of December every year they are fully booked.If you need accommodation at this hotels making booking 1 year in advance with payments to be assured of accommodation.


Private air charter & accommodation flying packages Tanzania safari parks departs and arrives  at Kilimanjaro airport,Arusha airport, Zanzibar airport,Mwanza airport,Dares Salaam airport  to Serengeti, Sasakwa,Lobo,Tangarire,Seronera,Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro crater,Oldonyo Lengai,Mt Meru,Olduvai Gorge.This service is packaged to include tented camps,safari lodges,camping sites or mobile camping accommodation on full board with one-way or return flight,park entry fees,game drives,transfers to and from national parks and airport.The package is tailor-made to meet luxury and  budget travelers.These flights are different from commercial as you can decide on what time to be picked or dropped without worrying  on being left behind by a flight.

Private tour packages  include flight,accommodation,2 game drive,park entry  fees to a safari lodge,tented camp or campsite depending with your budget and taste.We have aircraft with pressurized cabin with VIP configuration  which can be hired for 2 to 8 people.Fleet of aircraft include PA-34 Seneca  for 5 seats11, Embraer 11o for 19 seats,Let 410 for 19 seats,Cessna 208 Caravan for 12 seats,Twin Otter DHC-6 for 18 seats which can be configured into VIP but the seats will reduce by 3 to create more leg room.

Private  tour flying package from Arusha  to Lake Manyara including  private flights return,full board accommodation,2 game drives per day,park entry fees and airport transfers $22,600=00 which translates into $1,885=00 per person for 2 nights tour.

Tourists visiting Kenya ensure they do a rectangular safari starting from Kenya to Tanzania then Uganda as these three countries have the best national parks and game reserves.In Uganda there is gorilla safaris while in Kenya we have cultural safaris and wildlife and tourists enjoy and in Tanzania we have the best beaches  and wildlife safaris.Tourists will not call their safari complete without visiting these three countries.In Tanzania we have the largest mountain in Africa Mt Kilimanjaro and Lake Tanganyika which is tourist attraction.


As one of the worlds most famous wildlife areas,the Serengeti needs litte introduction .Bordering Ngorongoro in the east,Kenyas Maasai Mara Game Reserve in the north ,and reaching to within 8km of Lake Victoria in the west,the Serengeti is also Tanzania’s largest national park,and any safari here promises wildlife galore. Especially when the annual migration of thenplains game-mainly wildebeest and zebra and their natural predators-is in reseidence .The migration ,which swings up to Maasai Mara, also passes through Loliondo ,a remote and little-visisted wilderness sandwiched between Serengeti ,Ngorongoro,Lake Natron and the Kenyan border,Loliondo contains  number of upmarket tented camps offering much of Serengetis wildlife in exclusive wilderness concessions, and if youre coming by rented car, arough road through the area from Serengeti gives an alternative-and highly adventurous-way of getting to and from Lake Natron.As Tanzania’s oldest and largest national park,and one of the worlds best known wildlife sanctuaries, the 14,763-square-kilometre Serengeti National park is one of the jewels in Tanzanias wildlife crown.Protected since 1929,at a time when trophy hunters were wreaking havoc on wildlife population ,and declared a national park in 1951,the Serengeti is also –together with Ngorongoro- a UNESCO Workld Heritage Site and International Biosphere Reserve.And with good-reason-the Serengeti lies at the heart of the worlds largest and most impressive wildlife migration at the peak of which it contains the highest concentration of mammals on earth.

Serengeti takes its name from the grassland plains  that cover the eastern section of the park next to Ngorongoro,which the Masai called Siringet,meaning “Endless plain”. Along with the Kalahari,these plains are the Western imaginations archetypal African landscape,and the highlight of many a visit, certainly when the migration is in full swing.Even outside the migration,theres plenty to see, including large clans of hyenas and thriving lion prides and a series of weathered granite outcrops called Kopjes (pronounced –kop-yees:from Afrikaans for “little head”one of which contains rock paintings,and another a mysterious “rock gong”.

Theres plently of accommodation both inside and outside the park,but the luxury tented camps and lodges  inside the park are often fully booked months ahead,even for low season, despite their prohibitive prices.For most visitors ,the choice  just depends on how close you want to be to the wildlife migration.When chosing ,don’t forget  Ndutu Safari Lodge in Ngorongoro right on the Serengeti border. Accommodation outside the park Kirawira Tented camp,Lobo Wildlife Lodge, Serengeti Migration camp,Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge,Serengeti Sopa Lodge,Seronera Wildlife Lodge and TANAPA Rest house. Outside the park Ikoma Bush Camp,Nyatwali Beach Lodge,Serengeti Stop Over,Spoke Bay Lodge.


Set against the impressive 600m-high backdrop of the Great Rift Valleys western escarpment, Lake Manyara National Park, which covers the lakes northwestern corner, is a rare flash of green in an otherwise unremittingly dry land..Much of the parks land area is covered by groundwater forest or thick bush,which-though it makes spotting wildlife harder-allows an intimate and heart-stopping sense of being in the wild when an animal suddenly appears as you turn a corner.

For its small size,the park contains a wide range of habitats: evergreen ground-water forest in the north fed by springs, a swampy fan delta crowning the top of the lake,acacia woodland at the foot of the scarp scattered with baobab trees,a small grassy plain: and ,of course ,the lake itself .Together ,they provide an oasis for wildlife,and the presence of year-round water also makes the lake p[art of the same migratory system at the heart of  which is Tarangire.Manyara is perhaps most memorable for its elephant ,which number around three hundred-down from 640 in the 1960s but recovering well from the disastrous poaching of the 1980s.Other impressive denizens included buffalo ,sometimes in large herds, which feed onsedge by the lakeshore,and two hundred hippos ,seen in water pools in the northern fan delta,Antelope include impala, bushbuck and waterbuck, and agile klipspringers on the rocky escarpment wall.Other plains game include zebra,giraffe,mongoose and warthog, together with their predators ,leopards ,and, famously tree-climbing lions .which are sometimes seen resting up in the boughs of acacia trees south of the groundwater forest-your best bet for spotting them is between June and August. The reason for their arboreal prowess is a mystery, though there’s no shortage of possible explanations, the most plausible of which is their attempt to avoid the unwelcome attention of tsetse flies. The phenomenon isn’t unique to Manyara-lions have also been seen up in trees at Tarangire, Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Selous.

The shallow lakeshore is especially favored  by water birds ,including pelicans, storks, herons, ibis, jacanas,agrets,plovers and lots of ducks and geese.But  the undoubted avian stars are the vast flocks of pink flamingos, attracted by the profusion of algae in the lakes shallow,alkine waters.

Primates  are represented by blue monkeys and vervet monkeys in the forest,and numerous baboon troop[s.The vervets are preyed on by crested hawk wagles,one of Manyaras over 380 bird species –for many visitors, the parks great highlight. Birdlife is at its most spectacular in the form of large flocks of flamingos feeding on the lakes algae. The algae are supported ,in turn ,by a series of picturesque hot springs along the shoreline, heated by geothermal activity associated with the Rift Valleys ongoing expansion.

Accommodation inside the park is limited to park-run campsites and bandas, and an obscenely overprices tented camp that has not been reviewed. We have TANAPA Bandas just inside the park gate –through –through TANAPA in Arusha, TANAPA public campsite just inside the park gate.


“The eighth wonder of the world” is the clarion call pf the brochures ,and for once they’ve not far wrong. The spectacular 8288-square-killometre Ngorongoro Conservation Area occupies the volcanic highlands between the Great Rift Valley and the Serengeti Plains.Its the product of the volcanic upheavals that accompanied the formation of the Rift Valley,and its varied habitats virtually guarantee sightings of ‘the big five”-elephant,lion,leopard,rhino and buffalo. For animals ,this place is a haven : for tourists, its something close to heaven.

Coming from the east,the magic begins the instant you pass through Lodoare Gate.The rroad begins to climb up through the tall and liana-festooned Oldeani Forest,giving way to an unforegettable view of Ngorongoro Carter ,an ever-changing patchwork of green and yellow hues streaked with shadows and mist.At its centre Lake Magadi reflects the silvery sky,while on the western horizon,theres the seemingly endless shimmer of the Serengeti Plains.The 19km-wide crater is Ngorongoro incomparable highlight, a vast,unbroken caldera left behind when an enormous volcano collapsed. Its grasslands ,swamps,glades,lakes and forests contain vast numbers of herbivores ,together with Africas highest density of predators.Game viewing, needless to say,is phenomenal ,as is the abundance of photo opportunities ,the craters deep,bluish-purple sides providing a spectacular backdrop to any shot.The crater also contains a few highly endangered black rhino ,which despite their disastrously reduced population (now about twenty) ,are easily seen.Birdlife is pretty decent ,too,and includes ostriches,Verreauxs eagles, Egyptian vultures, Kori bustarbds and lesser flamingos,the latter feeding on soda lakes occupying Ngorongoro and Empakaai craters,and at LAKE Ndutu on the border with Serengeti.

Although the crater is often all tha tourists see of Ngorongoro,theres much more besides.In the west ,the rolling hills give way to the expansive grassland of the Salei Plains ,which receive a good part of the Serengetis annual wildlife migration between December and April .Both hyena and cheetyah are frequently seen here,though in the dry season the plains resemble a desert.Right on the edge of the plains is a remarkable geological fissure,Oldupai Gorge ,famous among paleontologists as the site of important hominid finds dating back millions of years.To the northeast,close to the edge of the Great Rift Valleys escarpment ,are two smaller craters,Olmoti and Empakaai,which are also rich in wildlife yet see very few visitors. The craters form part of the so-called Crater Highlands ,which can be visited on foot if accompanied by an armed ranger-an exciting if hair-raising prospect. For those with more time, and a sturdy pair of legs,its also possible to walk across the highlands  from Ngorongoro to Lake Natron via Oldonyo Lengai volcano,a journey that can take anything from two to seven days .

The only regular accommodation inside Ngorongoro is at a number of expensive lodges ,all but one on the crater rim-and that one is often fully booked months in advance.Enviromentally and ethically ,however ,none of the caretr-rim lodges enjoys an unblemished reputation .Camping is in many ways better-for the feeling of being in the wild and because its much cheaper. There are more campsites and also much cheaper hotels, outside the conservation area in Karatu.

Campers can choose between one public campsite ,which doesn’t require reservations and several special campsites ‘which are often bloc-booked by safari companies months if not years in advance.

We have Ndutu safari lodge next to Lake Ndutu on the border  with Serengeti,Ngorongoro Serena Lodge on the crater rim ,Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge on the crater rim,Ngorongoro Wildlife Loge on the crater rim .


Occupying almost four thousand square kilometers of pure Rift Valley wilderness southeast of Lake Manyara, Tarangire comprises Tarangire National Park and the adjacent Tarangire Conservations Area. Uncrowded and unspoiled, they possess a wild and unkempt beauty, and contain pretty much every animal species you’re likely to see on safari with the exception of rhino, which were wiped out here by poachers in the 1980s.Tarangires signature attractions are elephants (head counts of several hundred a day are not unusual) ,and baobabs, weird ,ungainly and hugely impressive trees that can live for several thousand years, providing wonderful silhouettes for sunset photographs.

The areas ecological importance stems from the Tarangire River, which loops through the park in an anticlockwise direction, emptying into the shallow and alkaline Lake Burunge just outside the parks western boundary. A bare string of isolated waterholes in the dry season, the river is in spate during the rains, and is the catalyst for an annual wildlife migration animals stay all year round however, including significant numbers of elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, zebras, ostriches and warthogs, and a full range of antelopes.

Also present predators-lions can usually be viewed lazing around by the river and, with luck, you might also catch sight of a leopard (best seen in the adjacent conservation area, where night game-drives by spotlight are allowed) Cheetahs exist but are rare, as the long grass doesn’t favor their hunting techniques, and you’d also be lucky to see hyenas, whether spotted or striped.

The best time to visit is July to October or November for the national park when wildlife concentrations are second only to the Serengeti-Ngorongoro ecosystem. The conservation area is also good at this time, but even better when the migration is passing through, during December-March and May and June, though long grass immediately after the rains may hinder visibility.

Suffice to say that amongst the tourists who have managed to visit it,Tarangire sits alongside Ngorongoro as one of the most popular and beautiful parks in  Tanzania.

Apart from some very basic guesthouses along the highway at Makuyuni and Kigongoni ,the cheapest accommodation is camping ,either outside the park in some very average campsites, or –much better-inside the park. There are lodges and tented camps in both the park and adjacent conservation area: the latter has the edge in being able to offer night game-drives and bush walks, though walks should eventually also be possible inside the park (currently only from Olivier’s Camp),but probably only for overnight visitors.

The parks public campsite is 4km south of the main gate .There’s plenty of shade, few tsetse flies, flush toilets and cold showers. Deeper in the park are several special campsites, which should be booked and paid in advance at TANAPA headquarters in Arusha though you may strike lucky if you just turn up. None has facilities of any kind, and they are often unnervingly close to wildlife.

Accommodation at the park Oliver’s Camp east of Silale swamp,70km inside,Swala camp close to Gursi Swamp ,67km inside, Tarangire Safari Lodge high above the Tarangire River, Tarangire Sopa Lodge south of Matete,32km inside ,Boundary Hill Lodge 47km from the highway,Kikoti 6km from the park,Naitolia Camp 18km from the highway, Bounty Hill Lodge located in baobab and acacia-studded woodland  and Tarangire Tree Tops 37km from the highway.


The Zanzibar archipelago is Of Africa’s most bewitching destinations, the name itself evoking palm-backed beaches, languid tropical waters and colorful coral reefs .But the islands are more than just  the backdrop for dedicated beach bumming .Their history is a visitors book of peoples from around the Indian Ocean  and even the Medirerranean,each of whom left their mark, whether in the form of ruined palaces ,fortresses or citadels ,or Zanzibar’s famous cuisine, or some very strange but enjoyable cultural events ,including Pemba’s Portuguese-style bullfights, and Makunduchis raucous celebration of the Persian New Year.

Unguja is the archipelagos main island ,and the one with the best beaches .The historical Stone Town ,part of the capital Zanzibar Town, is an alluring Arabian-style labyrinth densely packed with mansions, palaces and bazaars, most of them constructed on the back of  the nineteenth-century slave trade ,which Zanzibar controlled .Ungujas sister island of Pemba ,48km to the north ,is quite a contrast. With few beaches to write home about, tourist facilities are extremely limited, so the main reason for coming is for scuba diving. History buffs can poke around a host of medieval ruins dating from the height of the Swahili trading civilization, whilst nature lovers have Ngezi Forest, an incredibly dense tangle that’s home to unique birds, and the giant Pemba fruit bat.

The greedy sp[ider as the heart of East Africa’s slave trade  was STONE  TOWN,the historical part of Zanzibars capital ,Zanzibar Town. Known locally as Mji  Mkongwe (“Old Town”) ,it resembles the medinas  of North Africa and Arabia,with its maze of narrow twisting streets, bustling bazaars and grand Arabian and Indian mansions .In spite of its medieval appearance (ably helped along a most inimical climate as far as wood, masonry and roofs are concerned),the town is  relatively sprightly ,mostly dating from the last 150 years. Wandering about aimlessly here is a pleasure in itself ,but there are also specific places to aim for, including the harrowing cells of Africa’s last slave market, two cathedrals linked to the slave trades abolition, and –along the waterfront-two majestic palaces  ( now museums) and a brooding Omani fortress.

Equally beguiling are several attractions within day-tripping distance, including Zanzibar famous spice tours, a handful of reef-fringed islands for often magical snorkeling ,ruined palaces and baths, and a former Anglican mission whose botanical garden is a superb spot for birding.


Private air charters & accommodation flying packages Uganda  safari parks departs and arrives at Entebbe airport,Jinja,Mbale to Queen Elizabeth national park,River Nile,Kabale,Murchison falls,Sipi falls, Kabalega falls,Kihihi,Kisoro,Paraa Lodge using  PA-34 Seneca 111,C-206 ,B1900,C-208B Caravan ,C-172,PA-28, Super Kingair 200/350i. The flying packages includes one-way or return flight  and full accommodation,game drives,park entry fees,transfers in national parks and from and to airports.You can make special request for Champagne or whisks you prefer and any other instructions like vegetarian or what you think may affect your health or make you not enjoy your safari.We have aircraft with UN-pressurized  and pressurized cabin,single and twin engine piston and turbo prop,jets and helicopters.

Private  tour packages include  flights,accommodation in safari lodge,tented camp,campsite ,2 game drive a day and park entry fees  and transfer  from and to airstrip.We have luxury and budget safari lodges,budget and luxury tented camps and campsite but this will depend with your budget and taste.

Uganda has many falls like Sipi falls,Murchison falls,Kabalega falls and River Nile which attracts tourists and they can visit by using scheduled or charter flights depending with the arrival of their international flights and some opt for road safari.


Private air charters & accommodation flying packages East Africa national parks includes Kenya,Uganda,Tanzania,Rwanda and Burundi and you can book all these with one company.We have direct private air charter flights from Masai Mara, Amboseli, Nanyuki,Tsavo,Chyullu Hills, Meru,Rusinga island,Mfangano island with special arrangements with Kenya customs and immigration department and you need to give at least 2 weeks notice or those with fixed itineraries can get a block clearance and officers from Immigration and customs allocated to serve them.This services are unique and the immigration and customs clearances with be done at your hotel in Masai Mara or at the departure airport to Tanzania ,Uganda,Rwanda and Burundi.When booking put special request for this services.

Private flights are segmented into Private charter flights,scenic charter flights,filming charter flights,aerial survey & photography charter flights,sight seeing charter flights,air taxi transfer flights from one airstrip or airport to the other where they are no roads. Helicopters or Choppers are ideal for door to door operations and especially into islands and bush and mountains.Air ambulance flights are available for search and rescue for mountain climbers ,for accident rescues in remote areas to areas with specialized medical equipment.Travelers are adviced to take travel insurance and ensure it covers the geographical area of their safaris and in case of change in itinerary to advice insurance as in an event of accident or incident if the insurance is not advice you will not be compensated  or provided with emergency evacuation or air ambulance flights.For private air charter flights you can change the return date and time whenever you feel you still want to explore more on the safari at short notice.

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