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Breath-taking scenery and abundant wildlife, including the much talked about “Big Five,” are an integral part of the East African tour circuit. In addition to animal reserves, the region boasts some of the best beaches in the world and a rich cultural history. Whether you are looking for help planning an adventurous animal safari, a family vacation, a honeymoon, or even just a weekend away, Africa Safariland Tours is a full-service tour and travel company ready to assist you.

Our mantra is to ensure each and every travel is fun, adrenaline packed, educational and more so have minimal impact on the environment. You will enjoy well curated Safaris and excursions that will leave you yearning for more.

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Most of our clients have a lot of questions when planning an East African adventure. We are here to help! Below are some of our most frequently asked questions to get you started. Our team will answer any other questions you have.

It can get both very hot and very cold on safari. Layers of clothing are most practical for the fluctuating day/night temperatures in East Africa. Depending upon what time of year your client chooses to go on safari, lightweight clothing of cotton and cotton blends is most suitable. During the winter months it can become very cold and a warm jacket will be needed for their early morning and evening game viewing activities. We recommend a down or insulated jacket as they are lightweight and don’t take up a lot of space in luggage. During the summer months, we recommend a lightweight water and windproof jacket. Except for sudden rain storms the temperatures are very warm.

For evenings, lightweight long-sleeved clothing as protection from mosquitoes is vital. Neutral colors such as khaki, beige/cream or olive green are appropriate, and are less conspicuous to the animals. We also recommend that your clients bring closed shoes, to protect their feet from the cold in open vehicle drives. Heavy walking boots are unnecessary unless they are wanting to do a walking safari. Simple, lightweight shoes or trainers are the most sensible options.

Gorilla trekking is a bucket list experience for many clients looking to travel to East Africa. If your client wants to go gorilla trekking, here are some important things to note before their trip:

It is imperative that your clients are in perfect health when they arrive in Rwanda or Uganda. Mountain gorillas are highly susceptible to human illness – even brief proximity to an ill person can seriously infect and potentially kill an entire gorilla family. If your client is even slightly sick, they will be denied participation in the gorilla trek.

Many major airlines fly to East Africa direct or through Europe. Airlines with good flights include KLM, Delta, American/British Airways, South African Airways, Kenya Airways, United/Swiss Air, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airways, Rwanda Airways, Uganda Airways, Tanzania Air and Emirates.

East Africa is widely regarded as a fantastic year-round safari destination. Its temperate climate, seasonal migration, and abundant resident wildlife mean there is no single best time for a safari in East Africa. The most important thing to keep in mind when planning your East African safari is how the rainy and dry seasons influence the game viewing experience and how the rains drive the Great Wildebeest Migration.

In East Africa (Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania) the dry season is from late June to September. The region typically experiences two wet seasons. The main wet season lasts from April to early June, and there is a more sporadic wet season from October to December.

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