Africa’s domestic flights are not only changing the 2019 global skyline, but are making safaris extraordinary, extraordinary enough for you to traverse East Africa’s four biggest national parks in just seven days, we dare you.
Who ever imagined four of East Africa’s biggest tourism attractions would be experienced at once, in a week? That’s what charter domestic flights have introduced inside East Africa.
Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National park, known for its extraordinary Gorilla trekking experience, Tanzania’s Serengeti National park for its lion population- the largest in Africa at 3000, and Kenya’s Masai Mara for its grassy plains and rolling hills, can now be traversed in a week.
With Entebbe Airport or Kajansi (Aerolink and Fly Uganda available) as your possible departure point, you can spare six hours to recover from possible jet lag and begin gorilla trekking at Bwindi two hours after you arrive in Uganda.
Full cycle safari
After Bwindi has enthralled you with a brew of rivers flowing to Lake Edward, Gorilla groups and diverse rainforests, you get to experience the wasteland of Serengeti in 2 hours’ time, if this is a trip that started early, you may as well have dinner on your porch as you watch in the buffalos of Serengeti migrate.
The following morning could get you packing for Masai Mara in Kenya in a 3 hour flight ending on the grasslands of the Kenyan Masai people, in time to rest and prepare for an afternoon’s game drive.
And.. Yes! Pack again that evening for a 2 hour 55 minute flight to Kidepo Valley National park bordering Sudan and Kenya, just in time to enter a Manyatta house and do some bushwalks in the arid!
Africa Safari extraordinaire’ – What more would you ask for? You’d have experienced an exhilarating cross country tour of four of East Africa’s biggest game parks in a space of days. All courtesy of an exceptional aircraft charter arrangements available as soon as you place a call.
Whereas this itinerary may change and adjust (perhaps to cover more destinations) according to circumstances, there is no end to exploring what flying through East Africa on Safari may look like. Reach us let’s plan your itinerary, will you?
Recommended East African Safari
- 10 Days Primate Safari – USD 2830
- 14 Days Exclusive Uganda – USD 3830
- 17 Days Savannah Special – USD 4525