Take Family on Family Safaris – All Gorilla Trips

Family Safaris

Family safaris in Africa means it to safe to visit Africas best family travel destinations with your family. Having fun with your family away from home is one of the greatest ways of building more love and unity. Such memories usually wont fade because the gift from moments are immeasurable. Africa family safaris reward families with amazing attractions that surpasses human intellectual thought, and exposes every hidden treasure under the sun and in the wilderness; like interesting flora and fauna.

We are ready to make your African family safaris memorable by taking you to unique destinations, with rare products that suit your family interests right from the East, West, North, Central and southern parts of Africa. All family sizes and age groups are well attended to without any despise. The cost of traveling as a family is very affordable, with young children (below 10 years) excluded from paying their travel fares and certain activities, which actually makes it easier, better and more affordable. Accommodation ranges from luxury to budget, with possibilities of camping in wonderful and thoughtfully setup tents, enough for any family size.

Uganda Family Safaris & Family-Friendly Travel Packages

Family Safari Holidays in Africa

You have a variety of unforgettable activities to engage in, at the different destinations during the safari such likes the ones below.

Game Viewing

Nothing is interesting like driving with your family to the wilderness to watch the residents there roaming as if they don’t have any plan. it might be just 3-4 hours, yet very rewarding and gifting, with chances of sighting the Big five (elephants, buffalos, lions, leopard, and cheetahs), the antelopes, warthogs, Zebras, and different bird species such as the kingfisher, the flamingoes, crested cranes, and many others.

All these and more are present in the wilderness of Kidepo national park (true African wilderness), Queen Elizabeth national park (medley of wanders) and Murchison falls National park in Uganda, Lake Nakuru national park, and Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya, Serengeti national park and Ngorongoro national park in Tanzania among others.

Primate Trekking

It is only in Africa that you find primates you can’t find elsewhere in the world such as the giant gorillas that have sought asylum in Virunga national park and Kahuzi Biega national parks in Democratic Republic of Congo, Bwindi impenetrable forest national park and Mgahinga national park in Uganda, Volcanoes national park in the Republic of Rwanda. We will lead you to the jungle in search for these gentle creatures that have dwelt here for all their life. Watch their unique attributes, and games. Trekking fee defers in each of these countries with the top (Rwanda) charging 1500 USD. Only eight people are permitted to trek per day, and the children should be above 15 years of age.

Visit our cousins the Chimpanzee in Kibale forest national park (Uganda), Gombe stream national park in Tanzania, Nyungwe forest in Rwanda and many more, these Apes share approximately 98% DNA with humans and co-exist with other primates. Other places to visit include the source of the Nile, as we take you up to the point where we find the source of the Nile, visit the Batwa pygmies for a cultural experience, tour and enjoy the Zanzibar beaches, sight the victories fall, listen to the thundering sound of the most powerful waterfalls in the world (Murchison falls National park), have a horse ride among others.

No specific skills needed but rather, a few types of equipment such as raincoats to protect you during the rain, Binoculars to grab a clear view of distant objects, all the necessary documents, Professional cameras for photography, hiking boots for hiking among others. Come and enjoy authentic cultural performances, beach life as you relax and sail on the waters, gaze at beautiful sceneries, visit the wilderness, and numerous historical places.

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