Green Season April - May 2019

Green Season April - May 2019

Season rates valid for travel 1st April – 24th May 2019.

The Green Season in East Africa is a great time for both wildlife and visitors. The rains bring back all the trees and flowers to life, creating a lush serene setting. This season is characterized by short heavy tropical downpours and thereafter the skies clear leaving the air clean, less dusty.
The air is cool and fresh making it very comfortable for visitors to venture the outdoors.

The Green Season Itineraries have been designed in cooperation with Picmap. Chinese clients can book our Green Season Offers directly through Picmap for better communication and at the same price.


Kenya Green Season Safaris

Visiting Kenya during the less popular Green Season affords you great value for your trip as you’ll have the reserves and wildlife to yourself. It is convenient to spot wildlife as they freely wander as…

  • Kenya

Tanzania Green Season Safaris

Touring Tanzania during this season exposes large herds of wildebeest and zebras grazing in the pastures. The period not only comes with incredible scenery for photography but also good opportunity to spot variety of bird…

  • Tanzania

Uganda Green Season Safaris

With a cheaper rate, a safari in Uganda during this season allows you to capture plenty of animals calving. Spot wildlife and diverse bird-life and unwind with unforgettable sunsets in the serenity of your hotel.…

  • Uganda

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