Zanzibar boasts amongst the best beaches in the world, with coconut palms and powder soft coral sands washed by shimmering clear seas. The beaches in Zanzibar are paradise, scattered with picturesque fishing villages, where people live a simple way of life, unchanged over the years. There are more than 25 fantastic beaches, and some are…
Uganda is a tremendously lush country, dotted with lakes and rivers (the most famous being the Nile) and the West is fringed by the glacier-capped Rwenzori Mountains. Winston Churchill referred to Uganda as the “Pearl of Africa” with its vast wilderness areas and perhaps the continent’s most diverse range of Wildlife.
Tanzania dedicates more of its landmass to conservation than any other country in Africa. An impressive 25 % of the country is protected as a national park, game reserve, or game controlled area providing refuge for some of the largest, wildest, and most concentrated population of wildlife on the planet.
With volcanoes, rainforests and rivers, and some of the rarest primates in the world, Rwanda has been blessed with its natural beauty. ‘The land of 1000 hills’ is set at altitude as lush green adorns its sweeping slopes before disappearing high into misty peaks.
Qatar is a World class financial, trading and business centre of global significance – and a world-class hub for tourism, culture, relaxation, adventure, history, and very recently will be host to the World's most highly anticipated sporting event for all soccer enthusiasts namely the Fifa World Cup.
Home to magnificent beaches, excellent diving spots and some truly tropical offshore islands – Mozambique is a great place to relax and unwind after the excitement of a safari. This place is a beach lover’s paradise lapped by the Indian Ocean and lined with tropical coconut palms. The area has remained relatively untouched and boasts…
Kenya is the heart of East Africa, a vast country that possesses golden beaches, massive wilderness areas, and a wealth of fascinating and vibrant cultures. It is often seen as the first port of call for any African safari or a stepping-stone to subsequent safaris within the region i.e Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, and Southern Africa.
With its full-throttle development, iconic skyscrapers, and world-famous beach resorts, the U.A.E has become a favorite for family holidays and city breaks. Landmark tourist attractions such as Dubai’s -Burj Khalifa and Abu Dhabi’s –Sheikh Zayed Mosque, have branded the UAE as an up-to-the-minute luxury destination.