East Africa Tourism Guide
Welcome to the East Africa Tourism Guide, the most comprehensive tourism directory a portal with all the information and advice you need to know about traveling to Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania, Burundi, Ethiopia and South Sudan. The guide highlights the best places to visit, things to see and do in the different countries in East Africa. Find exclusive information on how to get to different destinations, travel tips and advice as well as a comprehensive listing of tourism providers including tour operators, travel agents, accommodation and more.
East Africa Tourism Guide is the ultimate outdoor adventure attractions and activities guide for visitors looking to explore Eastern Africa. Looking to adventuring East Africa? Find the different adventures to take, travel stories and tips, ideas for day trips or vacation destinations, as well as travel tips on how to get the best out of a safari in East Africa.
East Africa Safari Planner
Find everything you need for the PERFECT safari in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi! As an adventure enthusiast you will like our informative articles, travel tips and guides on the best places to go, things to do and more.
The guide showcases East Africa; the home and heartland of an African safari. The region is endowed with the world’s most ancient and endangered flora & fauna, the Great East African Rift Valley, the Big Five animals that tourists seek on safaris, great historical and cultural sites, Africa’s highest mountains and ranges, and more.
Explore East Africa
East Africa is one of the most endowed regions on the planet earth. From savanna national parks featuring great wildlife spectacles to thick tropical rain forests that habour native African apes, there is a lot of biodiversity in East Africa. At East Africa Journeys we invite you for an amazing exploration throughout the East African region. On this website find exclusive information and advice about the best places to visit, things to see and do, travel and stay in the various countries within the East African region. You will also find a good selection of safaris and tours featuring the best highlights of East Africa.
Things to Do
Whatever your style, there’s plenty to keep you busy – hiking Africa’s highest peaks, unique mountain gorilla trekking expeditions, wildlife safaris, up-close encounters with our primate relatives, moss-covered ruins, palm-fringed beaches and much more.
Things to See
There are lots of things to see in East Africa. From the endangered mountain gorillas in Uganda and Uganda to wildebeests in Masai Mara and Serengeti Parks and the Kilimanjaro Mountains, the highest peak of Africa, there is a lot to see in Africa.
Traveling East Africa
Major destinations are connected by reasonably good air connections and reliable bus routes. Here are some useful tips to travel East Africa with ease.
Why Visit East Africa
East Africa is a melting pot of culture, scenery, and of course, amazing wild animals and great mountains like Kilimanjaro, Meru, Kenya, Elgon and Rwenzori mountains. The East African wilderness is home to one of the world’s last reservoirs of wildlife, a wide variety of natural habitats; from coral reefs to open grasslands and tropical forests as well as peoples of diverse cultural backgrounds staying both in the rural areas and the modern cosmopolitan cities that defy the picture that most travelers have of Africa. Nowhere on earth offers an experience quite like a holiday in East Africa. Holidays in Tanzania, Kenya, Burundi, Zanzibar, Rwanda and Uganda offer a truly diverse experience.
Preparing to travel to East Africa? In this section find information on best times to visit, what to bring, what to arrange, essential things to pack and other useful information to make the most from your East African safari.
Preparing for Safari
- Getting ready and what to bring
Travel Info for East Africa
- Useful Travel Documents
- East African Visa
- Immigration Laws
Safe Travel to East Africa
- Safety Tips
- Health Tips
- Safety considerations
Where to Stay
East Africa has a wide selection of hotels and restaurants in tourist areas and major towns, plus some of Africa’s most elite safari lodges and luxury tented camps. If you’re on a midrange or top-end budget, travel here is Africa made easy, with just enough adventure to keep things satisfying.
If you’re travelling on a shoestring, things get more rugged. Expect to
stay in basic guesthouses, and to put in time bumping over rough roads on crowded buses. The rewards: getting into the pulse of East Africa, and seeing how most locals live.