Our Interesting African Trip Reports Compiled By Experts

Here you may access the complete copies of the African trip report lists for each particular African country and national park or game reserve that are summarized on the Kabira Safaris’ Website.

I have done phone interviews with many of the travelers on the Kabira Safaris’ Website in order to understand more about their African safari experience, hence they are comprehensive holiday reviews (I have included links to those interviews below as well).

For others, though, I have compiled summaries of the entire trip reports I have read and found elsewhere online, and I provide you with those comprehensive versions below in the form of lists for every African nation.

These historical safari travel reports provide a wealth of information about a safari destination, including the caliber of wildlife viewing, the caliber of the lodging, the cuisine, what to pack, and a thousand other advice and suggestions that only someone who has been on safari before can offer (I’ve read thousands over the years in the development of this website).

So, if you would like, take a moment to request the list for the safari country of your choice, or several. While all of the links are in good working condition when I add them to the list, some may eventually cease working because of a page move or a website that disappears. If you come across one of those, do let me know and I will take it down. I make every effort to maintain their currentness.

Our African Trip Reports

Andre, Brehanna Client

Trip Done: 5 Days Rwanda And Uganda Safari Trip Report
Clients: Andre, and Brehanna
Safari Guide: Samuel Mukalazi

Beginning from Kigali, Rwanda’s capital start, the magnificent scenic 4-hour drive through the land of a thousand hills enjoying the clean streets which gradually turned into a beautiful vegetation cover and landscape. We crossed over from Rwanda to Uganda at the border at Katuna. From here we proceeded to the thick, misty, impenetrable forests of Bwindi, a UNESCO world heritage site best known for being a home to half the world’s population of the endangered species, the mountain gorillas specifically to the Ruhija sector. That very evening we had a dive into one of the alien cultures through a Batwa community visit. The next morning at 8:00 am we went gorilla trekking before we proceeded for game drives and a boat cruise.

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