8 Days Gorillas & Wildebeest Migration
Masai Mara national reserve
This is an extraordinary tourism destination in Narok, Kenya contiguous with Serengeti national park of Tanzania. The reserve was named in honor of the Masai people, the ancestral inhabitants of the area. It is famous for hosting the great migration which is ranked among the seven natural wonders of Africa and as one of the ten wonders of the world. The migration involves millions of wildebeests, thousands of zebras and a number of Thomson’s gazelles flocking the area in search of water and pasture. Also, the park hosts all members of the big five – lion, elephant, leopard, African buffalo and then black and white rhinos.
Volcanoes national park
Located in the northwestern part of Rwanda, Volcanoes national park is one of the extraordinary destinations in the country. Covering about 160 square kilometers of rainforests and five of the eight volcanoes in the Virunga mountains – Karisimbi, Bisoke, Muhabura, Gahinga and Sabyinyo, the park is best known for mountain gorillas and other primate species like the golden monkeys, black fronted duikers, and some mammal species like spotted hyenas, African buffalos, bushbucks and sometimes African elephants can also be spotted