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Experience Gorilla Trekking In The Wilderness
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On-foot Rhino Tracking
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Big Cats Safaris
Explore The Mystery
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Maasai Mara National Reserve
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Epic Migration Of Wildebeests
Masai Mara National Reserve
Bird watching in East Africa
Snowea Wildlife Safaris-Africa
Where your journey to “exploring the mystery about Africa’s nature” begins
Snowea Wildlife Safaris-Africa is a specialized tour and travel company that offers exclusive and tailor-made safaris designed to deliver intimate wildlife
encounters and irresistible vacation experiences in a serene natural habitat to wildlife enthusiasts and holiday travelers acrossUganda, Tanzania,
Kenya, and Rwanda (East Africa).
Our purpose is to deliver a flawless holiday trip and a lifetime nature experience whilst preserving wildlife and natural habitat for future generations.
Our professional destination management service offers every traveler a lifetime trip with a memorable combination of scenery, exclusive wildlife-game viewing,
primate safari experience, excellent hospitality, local culture, and conservation education. Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, and Rwanda’s natural habitat continues
to harbor populations of over 400 numerous mammalian species of the world’s most fascinating wildlife that include herds of elephants, mountain gorillas,
chimpanzees, schools of hippos, buffalos, giraffes, lions, leopards, cheetahs, Rhinoceros, millions of wildebeests, more than 2,000 cumulative bird species,
and source of the world’s longest river in Uganda (River Nile at a distance of 6,650 kilometers). All these continue to define Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, and
Rwanda’s natural habitat as a mystery and a preferred travel destination for wildlife enthusiasts and holiday travelers.
By visiting Uganda or Tanzania or Kenya, and Rwanda, you will not only be signing up for a great African adventure but you will have also directly reinforced
wildlife conservation and shared your connection with nature across East Africa.