By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant East Africa is home to some of the most intriguing and unique experiences that anyone could imagine. There is so much to see and do when visiting, however, some of these adventures do have something extra special about them. We’ve rounded up our top 5 bucket list experiences that you can do in East Africa which are sure to provide you with memories to last a lifetime. Most people dream of doing something thrilling and exhilarating at least once in their lives – having a bucket list allows us to dream big and ticking off an item provides us with a sense of accomplishment as well as the desire to do more.
Update from Johan Van Zyl A big heart, determination and a lot of courage from this little cub crossing the big marsh around the Ndutu.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant On 1 June 2019, Tanzania will be joining 13 other countries in Africa that have banned or applied a levy on single-use plastic bags. Prime Minister, Kassim Majaliwa, announced that the last day to use plastic bags in Tanzania will be 31 May 2019, and thereafter the production, selling, importation, or use of plastic bags will not be allowed.
Update from Just a Wanderer As the long rains continue in the Ndutu Region. Just a Wanderer witnessed a large herd of the Great Migration, in the Lake Ndutu in search of green pasture.
Update from Mariagel May is the wettest month in the Serengeti. Roads can be slippery and tricky to navigate!
Update from Ndutu Safari Lodge The wildebeest migration is back in full force on the Ndutu Region!
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant East Africa is full of surprises. You might think it’s just about safaris and wildlife, but Kenya and Tanzania coastlines offer blissful beach escapes. Whether it’s a wild coastal adventure you are seeking, a family holiday or romantic getaway, we have a few beach destinations that are an absolute must visit!
Update from Rajat Dhesi The wildebeest were captured in the Kusini Area! However, a big herd is in the Central Serengeti.
Update from The Marsh Pride of Lions Trespasser! ‘This is Blonde’, one of the Olololo males was spotted feeding on buffalo with females and youngsters of the River-line pride (from the Mara Triangle), at the entrance of Governors Private Camp! They are known to cross over into the Marsh Pride territory, make a kill, and rush back home before they get caught.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant Planning a romantic getaway with your loved one is an exciting event; picking out the most serene settings and choosing from various exquisite accommodations can be both exciting and overwhelming. Let us show you how to do romance the Asilia way.