East Africa

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Our latest Safari collection is inspired be East Africa, the perfect destination to combine Bush & Beach in one trip. From beautiful beaches to wild Safaris, it's no wonder East Africa has been on the top of travellers' favourite places to visit! Offering the best mix of adventure and R&R, here's why you should be jetting off for an African Safari!

The region is famous for their concentrations of wild animals, such as the "big five" - elephant, buffalo, lion, black rhino, and leopard but is also known for its stunning and scenic landscapes.

East Africa offers some of the best Safari locations to witness unforgettable wildlife encounters such as visiting the famous Serengeti to watch The Great Wildebeast Migration or view the impressive Flamingo populations throughout the region, East Africa is one to definitely put on your Bucket List!

If you're ready to plan your African Safari, we highly recommend using a well renowned travel agency as there are many places you will want to visit in your trip. An African Safari Travel agency will be able to create a tailor-made itinerary that will suit your budget and individual preferences, taking the headache out of planning your getaway.

Read through some of the top destinations to consider for your East African Safari, to understand why this destination has inspired our first collection of Golf Gloves!

Once you're ready to plan the Safari experience of a lifetime, be sure to read our Golf Guide to East Africa to add one of the amazing courses to your itinerary!

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Serengeti National Park - Tanzania

Famous for its epic great migration of millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle every year, this is one of the greatest wildlife-watching destinations on the planet. Experiencing the Great Migration is definitely a once in a lifetime experience, and one that should be added to the top of your bucket list!

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Tarangire National Park - Tanzania

Want to do something a bit different than everyone else? Add Tarangire to your list! Uncrowded and relatively unknown, this is Africa's most underrated park. Famous for its herds of elephants and giant baobab trees, this park is incredibly diverse and is a standout compared to other Safari circuits!

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Lake Manyara - Tanzania

Despite being one of Tanzania's smaller parks, Lake Manyara inhabits one of the most diverse habitats including 11 different ecosystems. The shores are home to a vast population of pink flamingos and attracts more than 400 species of birds. This spectacular site, is also home to a large population of elephants that it was established to protect and is renowned for its unusual tree-climbing lions that you will want to see for yourself! Lake Manyara is a fascinating wildlife experience, especially for the flamingo lovers!

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Mt Kilimanjaro National Park - Tanzania

If you want to add a bit of adventure to your trip, add Mt Kilimanjaro to your itinerary and hike the tallest mountain in Africa for magnificent views. Kilimanjaro is not only Africa’s tallest peak, but is also the world’s tallest free standing mountain.

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Ngorongoro Crater - Tanzania

A UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, the Ngorongoro Crater is a natural wonder that should not be missed. Created when a large volcano exploded 2.5 million years ago, causing it to collapse on itself leaving a 2000ft (600m) deep crater, making it the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world. Visit this site for breathtaking views and an abundance of wildlife. It is also here where you will find East Africa's best population of black rhino. 

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Masai Mara - Kenya

As one of the top wildlife destinations in Africa, game viewing will not disappoint as it is excellent year round! There is nowhere in Africa where wildlife is more abundant, and you will be sure to see the big five on your visit! However, from July-November, the Mara is home to one of the greatest spectacles, where the Wildebeast Migration from Serengeti reaches the Mara and the 2 million wildebeast, zebra & gazelle make their dramatic attempt at crossing the crocodile filled rivers - truly an unforgettable experience to witness!

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Zanzibar, Mauritius, Seychelles

Time to end your Safari with a bit of R&R at one of the most amazing beach destinations in the world. It's hard to choose which one to visit because each are exceptional in their own way, but after all of the travel from your Safari, you will want to spend a few days at the beach and these three locations will not disappoint! Grab your snorkel, and head down to the beach to end your Safari of a lifetime!

Pictured above: Zanzibar, Photo Credit: den-belinsky/stock.adobe.com

Pictured Above: Seychelles, Photo Credit: kbarzycki/stock.adobe.com


Pictured Above: Mauritius, Photo Credit: Myroslava/stock.adobe.com