East Africa’s plains are home to the last great herds of wildlife in Africa. There are almost 100 species of grazers, compared with Europe’s 13 and North Americas 11. These species, together with a large variety of predators and scavengers, make east Africa the last Eden. Overall, there are an impressive 1116 species of mammal in the region.
Game viewing in East Africa (Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda), what’s so special? Feel the thrill and adventure of a close encounter with the wilderness composed of the big five. The roar of lions echoing across the endless savannah, the sound of crickets under a star studded sky. This is normally what is experienced on the game drives in the magnificent paradise national parks in East Africa. Although each game park offers its own dimension to game viewing, like Tanzania and Kenya offering trip of lifetime, the annual migration of wildlife between Serengeti national park in Tanzania and Maasaimara national park in Kenya that involves of almost two million wildebeest, zebras and other species is nature’s greatest spectacle on earth between July and October.