Signing up to an African safari group tour is one of the most popular ways to go on safari. Having an expert plan the nitty-gritty of your safari package for you saves time and hassle. It means all you have to do is read up on African wildlife and hop on a plane. A small group tour can be a great way to see Africa. Special interest group trips, such as bird watching, conservation or big cats, are recommended. A special interest trip will put you in a group with like-minded people, and the guide will be an expert. Before jumping into a group safari though, there are a few things to consider

Best Seasons:January to Deember
Popular Location:Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania

    3 days gorilla trekking and lake-bunyonyi

    Venture deep into Uganda’s mist-shrouded jungles for an intimate, face-to-face encounter with the world’s last surviving mountain gorillas. On this multi-day, all-inclusive adventure, you’ll trek alongside a guide through 25,000-year-old rainforests to the remote sanctuary, home of the iconic apes.…

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      6 Days Murchison Falls with Chimps

      6 Days

      This 6 Days Murchison Falls, Chimp Trekking and Big Game Combo safari takes you to the Murchison Falls National Park. The highlights of this park include: the roaring rapids of the Murchison, the rolling plains of Uganda’s largest National Park…

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        7 Days Best of Uganda Wildlife

        7 Days

        7 Days Best of Uganda Wildlife Safari gets you face-to-face with endangered mountain gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and searching for wild chimpanzees in Kibale Forest, to spotting tree climbing lions in Ishasha, and getting up close and personal with…

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