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Uganda is fast becoming a top draw destination for travellers from all over the world that are looking for the perfect and complete African safari.  The sheer variety that Uganda has can be seen in the landscapes, topography, plant life, wildlife, birdlife, culture and peoples – is mind-boggling, and guaranteed to captivate all types of travellers, whatever their interest. Uganda has it all, Wildlife, Culture, Heritage and Tradition, isn't it time you discovered Uganda with Let's Go Travel?

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Rwanda is commonly referred to as the ‘land of a thousand hills’, an appropriate name for this small country with its stunning scenery of rolling verdant hills, picturesque mountains and some of Africa’s best inland beaches that are concealed by the shores of Lake Kivu.  Although Kigali bore the brunt of the genocide, it has since recovered remarkably and is now one of the safest and fastest developing cities on the continent. 
While mountain gorilla trekking in the misty Virunga Mountains and chimpanzee trekking in the ancient Nyungwe Forest are the highlights of trips to Rwanda, the rich and singular cultural heritage of this small country is an experience not to be missed,

Kenya has been the number one tourist destination in East Africa for many years because it boasts a host of world-renowned national parks and private conservancies, and has some of the most idyllic beaches along the vast Indian Ocean. a. The major highlights on a Kenyan safari are the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Lake Naivasha, Ol Pejeta Wildlife Conservancy, and a trip to the Watamu beach. A Kenyan safari is not complete without a memorable encounter with the legendary Maasai, a proud warrior people that inhabit Western Kenya.

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Tanzania is the largest of all the East African countries bordered by Kenya and Uganda in the north, Rwanda, Burundi and the DRC in the west, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique in the south, and to the east, the Indian Ocean. The highlight of any trip to Tanzania is usually the Wildebeest Migration in the Serengeti - easily one of the greatest animal spectacles on earth - or climbing Mountain Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. With such a prominent coastline, Tanzania is also well known in East Africa for its stunning resorts and for its seafood that is delightfully prepared with a Swahili twist.