South and Central Islands National Parks

The islands from the remote lake of Turkana are one of the unique wildlife habitats in Kenya. These islands together with Sibiloi National park are classified as UNESCO World Heritage Site for their bio-diversity of wildlife, marine life and vegetation. The most common name for the three national reserves is the Lake Turkana National Park that in total occupies an estimated 161,485ha The central island National Park is located within the lake is a small active volcano with three alkaline…

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Mahe Island Seychelles

Mahe island Seychelles is 4 kilometres wide and 27 kilometres long. It has more facilities and attractions to see than other islands. Its main capital town is Victoria. Mahe island Seychelles has a population of approx  85,000 people. Mahe island is the largest and most populated of all the islands. Its capital town is Victoria which lies at the foot of the Trois Frere mountains. There is a variety of shops and best restaurants. Mahe island has several beaches and…

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Cousin Island Seychelles

Cousin Island is a positioned around 2 km from the Praslin Island. This granitic island is spread over 27 hectares.This granitic island is a conservationists' project that succeeded in reclaiming the landscape from intensive farming into a setting of endemic trees, shrubs and flowers. Cousine Island is now home to increasing numbers of native Seychellois birds, tortoises and turtles, with some species now recovering from the brink of extinction. During early 1900’s this beautiful was settles for first time. In…

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Praslin Island Seychelles

One of the most visited and largest islands after Mahé is Praslin.Praslin Island is somewhat quieter, and less developed than Mahé, but boasts an exotic paradise of dense vegetation and lush coconut groves. Almost 100 years ago, General Gordon (of Khartoum) visited this island and became convinced that he had found the original Garden of Eden. He developed this theory when he saw the strange shape of the infamous "Coco de Mer." The enormous coconut is shaped like a female…

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Zanzibar Island Holidays & Tours

Zanzibar island is a semi-autonomous part of mainland  Tanzania, in East Africa located 25kilometres off the coast of tanzania. It is composed of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean and consists of numerous small islands and two large ones: Unguja-which is Zanzibar itself and Pemba. Geography The island’s coast covered in white sandy beaches stretching for miles. The waters are steaming with beautiful coral reefs attracting scuba divers from around the world. You’ll find that the coast also attracts…

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Pemba Island Tours

Pemba Island forms part of the Zanzibar archipelago and is about 50 km long from the mainland coast of Tanzania. Pemba Island is the second largest island off the Tanzania Indian Ocean coast with excellent natural vegetation. Also know as 'Al Jazeera Al Khadura'-the green island regarded more fertile than its neighbor Zanzibar (Ugunja) although inscribed in long history of clove growing and political administration. Pemba island towns Chake Chake located on the western side of the island and is…

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Ngamba Island Safari, Chimpanzee Sanctuary

NGAMBA ISLAND Ngamba Island is part of the Koome group of islands located on Lake Victoria 23km south of Entebbe, Uganda. It consists of approximately 100 acres, 98 of which are forested and separated from the visitor’s area by an electric fence. The northern part of the island is occupied by local Lake Victoria fishing community. There is also a camp, research centre, forest reserve and game viewing platform where chimps a re fed everyday. Ngamba Island Safari Ngamba Island…

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