ONE DANCE SAFARIS
Unbeatable Experience with One Dance Safaris
Since the inception, this company has made its name as the travel company signifying reliability and quality, a benchmark for the people, who like to travel in complete assistance and also want to rely on discreet and constant assistance. By successfully operating in the medium-high end of the travel industry, we have won the conﬁdence of a highly demanding and exclusive client base.
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Masai Mara Magical Safari
Maasai Mara is a world famous game reserve, which is the northern extension of the Serengeti. . .
Serengeri Ngorongoro Zanzibar Safari
A journey of spectacular landscape overlooking the great rift valley . . .
Bird Watching In Kenya
Did you know Kenya holds the world-record 'bird watch' - with 342 species seen in 24 hours? With over 1100 bird species recorded, both endemic and near endemic birds can easily be sported in Kenya making it a birders haven all year around. However the migratory birds from Europe and Northern Africa are Kenyan residents from September to April. During this time many resident birds are either nesting or breeding.View More
Bird Watching In Tanzania
For keen bird watchers a trip to Tanzania is what you would compare for a Christian to holy land, with 1,388 different bird species recorded then include all the migrants from Europe and southern Africa. This bird’s population is supported by wide arrays of different topography and climate. Tanzania is also home to some of the greatest endemic biodiversity in the world. Tanzania offers you an exciting avi-fauna safariView More
Bird Watching In Uganda
This tour will enable you to see the iconic Shoebill, which is the main target bird for Uganda and a really amazing species to encounter. The best site for the species is on the great swamps around Mambamba. You will additionally enjoy birds of the Lake Victoria ecosystem at Mabamba, which has many papyrus and open water species. Lake Mburo National Park provides a classic savannah bushland habitat which also includes some amazing wetlands species along the lake itself. You will then enjoy savannah species and Rift Valley wetland specials in Queen Elizabeth National Park. Then you conclude by enjoying amazing lowland forest birds in Kibale Forest.View More