The bustling, modern city of Addis Ababa offers a number of attractions which are definitely worth a visit. There are a number of museums, churches and a huge market to visit, which all give an insight into both modern and traditional life in Ethiopia.
Rift Valley Lakes, Kenya
Guests can enjoy a trip to Lake Nakuru National Park, although this is one of the smaller parks, it's beauty is beyond compare. Famous for its millions of pink flamingos, the park is also home to warthogs, baboons and black and white rhinos.
There is no better way to get up close and personal with Kenya's big game than to go on a riding safari. The big game and scenery is observed in a dynamic and spectacular way when on horseback, and it is possible to get unusually close to the wildlife.
Make an active contribution to the protection of the black rhino by going on a thrilling walking safari to track the incredible species around the sanctuary. A transmitter reveals the rhinos location allowing guests to track on foot like never before.
Lalibela and Religious Ethiopia, Ethiopia
Coffee was first discovered in Ethiopia, so it's no surprise that coffee drinking has become an integral part of life in Ethiopia. Coffee ceremonies are a part of Ethiopian hospitality which is extended to friends, neighbours and visitors alike.
Rift Valley Lakes, Kenya
Enjoy a day trip to the beautiful Lake Naivasha, at over 6,000 feet, it is the highest lake in the Rift Valley and one of its most beautiful. The lake is vast and surrounded by Acacia woodland and open grassland and is home to a host of wildlife.
Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda
Head into the mysterious Ugandan Virunga Mountains in search of the playful golden monkey, a rare primate only found in these mountains. The forest is beautiful with some of the most enjoyable hiking in Uganda along with rare bird species and epic views.
El Karama is an excellent camp for families, and with a range of fun activities children will have endless fun. From 'poo safaris' and camera traps to termite clay sculpting and taking plaster casts of animal tracks, there's an activity for everyone.
Masai Mara, Kenya
Fly-camping is the perfect way to experience the bush like never before. You'll sleep under nothing more than a fly sheet and the stars, surrounded by the noises of the local wildlife. This truly is an unforgettable experience.
Mombasa and Southern Coast, Kenya
Kinondo Kwetu has their own private stables with five well trained horses to suit guests of all abilities. Go for a canter down one of the mile long beaches and if you happen to be here on a full moon, you could go for a moonlight beach ride after dinner.