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East Africa Camping Safari 

Enjoying the best East Africa camping safari trips

Smile to africa adventure Offer incredible opportunities to spot native wildlife, safari trips to East Africa can be an ideal way to see the very best of this exciting region. Camping under the stars, safaris are a once in a lifetime chance to see majestic animals in their natural environment.

Incorporating Tanzania and Kenya, East Africa camping tours are ideally placed to provide cost-effective but comfortable accommodation right in the heart of the action, with direct access to some of the world's greatest national parks and wildlife reserves.

Masai Mara:
With its intense, breath-taking scenery and wealth of native wildlife, this game reserve is well-known, particularly as sightings of Elephant, Buffalo, Rhino, Leopard and Lion are relatively common here. Thanks to fertile land and a good water supply, animals are drawn to its plains making it one of the best possible places to ensure sightings of several species all at once.

Serengeti National Park:
Benefiting from vast grasslands, rocky areas and with the Seronera River running through it, the Serengeti National Park holds the position of being Tanzania's largest national park. Filling 14,763 sq kms the park is stunningly beautiful and home to a variety of animals including Zebra, Buffalo, Gazelle, Hyena and Cheetah to name but a few. The birdlife is abundant too with around 500 species seen here. With so much on offer this is a great place to visit on student trips as there are so many species evident.

Ngorongoro Crater:
Part of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, covering some 8300 sq kms, the Ngorongoro Crater is a sight to behold, measuring in at 260 sq kms and 620m deep. Formed following much volcanic activity, the huge crater would have once supported a volcano as big as, if not bigger, than Mount Kilmanjaro and is now home to a huge amount of native wildlife. This includes rare sights like encounters with lion and rhino, living in harmony with the indigenous Masai people.

Amboseli National Park:
Another amazing base for East Africa camping trips is Amboseli National Park, renowned for its prime location right at the foot of the imposing Mount Kilimanjaro. With herds of grazing elephants a common sight and spectacular views of the mountain in the distance, this is one of the most atmospheric places to enjoy an adventure while making the most of some incredible panoramic photo opportunities.

There are of course plenty of other bases well-suited to campers and offering close proximity to native species, but it's impossible to name them all so we have simply mentioned some of the most popular and vibrant. Camping in East Africa allows many chances to get as near as possible to animals which otherwise would only be seen in zoos and by taking part in a safari trip, travellers have the unique privilege of seeing them in their own environment. With so many animals to see and some incredible places to explore, the only dilemma is deciding which one to visit when embarking on an amazing, tailor-made adventure.
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