Jackie - Uganda Trip
Newlyweds Lauren and Ross headed to the new property in the Selous Game Reserve - Roho ya Selous - to enjoy a 3-day safari and then onto Zanzibar to relax in Dream of Zanzibar for 6 days.
As this property is part of the Tanganyika Wilderness portfolio, it is no surprise it offers a great experience for a great price! Located in the highlands of Ngorongoro in the expansive of a 500-acre coffee plantation.
As there is not a huge selection of properties on Pemba Island, this is a fantastic new edition to the island! The Constance Aiyana features 30 villas which each look out to the ocean, a variety of facilities such as a swimming pool, gym and spa, and all within beautiful grounds of tropical gardens.
David and Julie travelled the southern parks of Tanzania before heading to Mafia island in February.
Skylar and Hannah combined a northern Tanzania safari to see the wildebeest migration and the resident game in Lake Manyara, the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti National Park, and then travelled onto Zanzibar to stay on the white sands of Kono Kono.
A fantastic that follows the location of the wildebeest herds is Kimondo Camp. Located between the northern and southern plains of the Serengeti, this intimate camp of 9 safari tents offers a prime location to see the herds and great value for money.
Faisal and his fiancée headed to the northern parks of Tanzania, staying in Kimondo Migration Camp and Namiri Plains Camp. They saw some fantastic sightings and were kind enough to share them with us.
Arlene and Gary travelled around Tanzania for a safari and cultural experience. They had a couple of nights in Lake Manze Camp where they saw fantastic wildlife, and then headed up to Kilimnajaro to stay in the unique Maasai Lodge where they learned all about the culture, tradition and lifestyle of the Maasai people.
Alex and Alex travelled to Kenya for their safari, staying in Little Governors and Ol Seki Camps, and then onto Zanzibar to relax in Baraza Resort & Spa.