Recommended Tanzania safaris with dumasafaris.com? Africa is a fabulous destination if you are looking for raw wildlife feeling. Looking for a good combination of bush and tropical beach in Southern Africa? Take a trip through the lush, landlocked Kingdom of Swaziland, bask on the beaches of Mozambique and end off game spotting in Kruger. Swaziland is a tiny and very beautiful country. Here you will marvel at the scenery, visit the local game parks and learn about local Swazi culture. From Swaziland, you’ll cross the border into tropical Mozambique, visiting bustling Maputo before heading up the coast. Think white beaches, warm clear sea, snorkelling, diving and soaking up the sun. Three days in Kruger give the best in African wildlife and flora and, hopefully, plenty of sightings of the Big Five. The trip back to Johannesburg is via the spectacular Panorama Route. You won’t want to leave!
Local gastronomy: It will definitely be a unique experience, but do not expect to be prepared. Given the low living standards of African countries, their traditional foods are simplistic, based on meat and vegetables. In Tanzania and Kenya you will find Ugali – a kind of white lobster (made from maize, maize or sorghum) served with fish, meat or vegetables. In Cape Verde, if you are a fan of fish and seafood, be prepared for good experiences: it is only in the middle of the Atlantic. In Madagascar you will eat a lot of rice with vegetables and you should not avoid the “rice cake” – their bread based on rice. If you are more conservative, do not worry, because you will find many restaurants with European specificity: many people from the old continent have retired to Tanzania and have opened a restaurant. Read even more information on https://www.dumasafaris.com/safaris/. Kenya is the country where you must come to discover the richest African wildlife. When you get to Masai Mara National Park, you just have to turn your head and immediately you will encounter an antelope, a giraffe, a zebra. But Kenya has many more national parks that are not the same – each with its own specificity. The coasts of the Indian Ocean have that fine white sand and big, green phosphorescence that every European dreams about, especially when in the old continent it is cold and sad. Along the coast (as in Tanzania), an extremely rich civilization developed from the contact between Arab merchants and locals of color. The historical traces can be found in Mombassa, but especially in Lamu, this traditional small town, isolated for centuries on an island not far from the border with Somalia.
With our Safaris from Mombasa, we make sure you get a taste of the wild and not just the beach. With the Moi International Airport in place, you can opt to land in Mombasa and start your safari from there as you explore the major parks in Kenya. If you would to expand your stay, and embark on an extension to Tanzania or Uganda, we are here to help arrange your safari. With our wide variety of safaris, we have both Day Trips and short, medium and long haul safaris all starting from Mombasa, Ukunda Diani, Watamu and Malindi. With its recent awards, the Kenyan coast and parks have emerged to be the best among many other beaches and parks in Africa. Therefore, the beach and bush Safari you choose is guaranteed to be an epitome experience with your family, friends, on solo or colleagues.
Our Wildebeest Migration Safaris are well selected and sorted to feature in incredible safari accommodations, guiding locations and top notch sighting of big cats, wildebeests crossings and other wildlife safaris. Our Wildebeest Guide will help you plan accordingly. Visit the greater Masai Mara National Reserve, and Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to witness amazing wildlife species. Discover additional info on https://www.dumasafaris.com/.