East Africa Budget Camping Safaris (1 - 7 days)
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Countries Visited Uganda Starts Kampala Ends Kampala Group Size Max 20 Age Range 16 – 65 Years and older SKU CAE0449 Tour Style Camping
This 1 week budget camping Uganda Gorilla Safari allows you to experience the beauty that is Uganda and trek to see Gorillas in their natural habitat. This is an affordable Gorilla adventure tour experience.
Countries Visited Uganda Starts Kampala Ends Kampala Group Size Max 24 Age Range 18 - 39 Years SKU CAE2518 Tour Style Camping
Drive through the lush mountains and scenery of what is called ‘The Pearl of Africa’. Swim, canoe or just relax around the second deepest lake in Uganda, Lake Bunyonyi.
Feel the tranquility of the jungle or the rush of excitement while trekking for endangered mountain gorillas.
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- 10% early bird discount (6 months or more)
Countries Visited Kenya Starts Nairobi Ends Nairobi Group Size Min 2 Max 9 Age Range All Ages SKU CAE2598 Tour Style Camping Small Group
Explore the worlds most famous game reserve in search of the big 5. This is the perfect short budget safari to the Masai Mara.
Countries Visited Tanzania Starts Arusha Ends Arusha Group Size Min 2 Max 7 Age Range All Ages SKU CAE2708 Tour Style Camping Journeys
Why book this trip?
See the very best of East Africa’s wildlife on the Serengeti Budget Mobile Safari. Witness the amazing migration of animals on one of of the many safaris that you will go on. You will be staying in the heart of the bush in spacious tents and comfortable beds. Expect to see the ‘Big 5′ amongst other animals such as giraffes, a variety of gazelles, elegant elands and the ever present hyena.
Countries Visited Kenya Starts Nairobi Ends Nairobi Group Size Min 2 Max 9 Age Range All Ages SKU CAE2597 Tour Style Camping Small Group
Experience the world famous Masai Mara game reserve and enjoy the ‘pink lake of flamingos’ at Nakuru National Park.