The wild roars and nature comes alive in Kenya. Kenya’s protected areas are home to a variety of flora and fauna species. Each wilderness area is specially branded because it has something unique to offer to visitors. From the ‘World’s only Wildlife Capital’ of Nairobi, ‘Bird Watchers Paradise’ of Lake Nakuru to the ‘Kilimanjaro’s Royal Court’ of Amboseli, Kenya’s wilderness areas are the face of wild Africa. Kenya has really established the best infrastructure that will enable you visiting different areas smoothly and also being exposed to different natural beauty along National Parks and Game reserves as well as Marine Parks. This is why Kenya is the home of the safari.

When visiting National Park in Kenya, expect to experience a large herd of over a thousand free-ranging herbs and cats’ species. All national parks are the best parks to visit and see wonderful and huge creatures. For instance, when visiting the Amboseli National Park with a predominant herd of Elephants you will as well see Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world. Visit observation Hill, which overlooks the park, swamps and, of course, the herds of free-roaming wilds. You will as well meet the Maasai people and learn about the Maasai culture and their indigenous lifestyle. Bird watching is the best activity almost to all National Parks, and this is done between October and January if you also want to see Kenya’s migratory birds, including African skimmers, red and yellow bishops, goshawks, buffalo weavers and palm nut vultures, to name a few. So GVTS is inviting you in Kenya to experience this natural beauty.

Having wide business wings that can land across different parts in East Africa, GVTS is available to take you through different attractive points in Kenya depending on your travelling plan. The company collaborates with a number of travelling companies in Kenya. Most visitations in your itinerary will include visiting the following national parks. when visiting Kenya;  Masai Mara Game Reserve, Samburu Game Reserve, Amboseri National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Meru National Park, Mount Kenya National Park and Nairobi National Park. For the uniqueness of each park, please visit each park separately.



Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose assorted landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria. Its abundant wildlife includes varieties of herbs, chimpanzees as well as rare birds. Remote Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in western Uganda is a renowned mountain gorilla sanctuary. Murchison Falls National Park in the northwest is known for its 43m-tall waterfall and wildlife such as hippos. Travelers can as well enjoy the presence of Kitanga Hot spring; Katonga Wildlife Reservation, Semuliki Wildlife Reservation, Kisiizi Falls, Kibale National Park, Rwenzori Mountain Ranges and the Fort Portal situated at an elevation of about 5,000 feet (1,500 metres) and overlooks the mountains of the Ruwenzori Range and the Mufumbiro volcanoes.

Game viewing is the most popular tourist activity in Uganda. Wild animals like lions, buffaloes, giraffes, antelopes, elephants are common in Uganda’s ten national parks. Uganda is one of only ten countries where it is possible to visit endangered gorillas. Mountain gorillas are Uganda’s prime tourist attraction. Uganda is also one of Africa’s safer countries to travel, however a lack of border enforcement has led to illicit substances and lawlessness throughout the country. So you are warmly welcome in Uganda.



Rwanda is located in East Africa and has much history and natural beauty. Tour groups are led by an experienced guide who specializes in teaching others about the landscape and wildlife of Rwanda. Travelers visit volcanoes, waterfalls and rainforests that are home to many different African animals.

Rwanda, officially the Republic of Rwanda, is a landlocked country in the Great Rift Valley, where the African Great Lakes region and East Africa converge. One of the smallest countries on the African mainland, its capital city is called Kigali

Among others in East Africa countries as well as in Africa, Rwanda is one of the safest destinations in Africa, particularly for solo travelers. Crime is relatively low, with visitors sometimes experiencing petty crime, and locals are welcoming, friendly and hospitable. Pickpockets are active in crowded places, such as markets, and hire cars may be broken into for valuables.

Just how safe is Rwanda? Whether you’re experiencing the local culture or checking out the gorillas, here are few  safe travel tips for Rwanda which include; Rwanda is the free land for Plastic Bags, Travelling Insurance in Rwanda is a must, The country experienced rare Violent crimes against travelers, movement around the town is safely and easier, the borders safe, there is presence of applicable local laws to guide living procedures, Gorilla trek is quite safety, LGBTQ+ safety, Malaria is well treated as well as respecting of Rwandan genocide laws is quite enforced. This is Rwanda – safest destinations in Africa.