Tembo Tours & Safaris

Adventure . Discover . Explore 

Welcome to Tembo Tours & Safaris

We are a tour and safaris company whose mission is to provide quality service that exceeds its customers expectations, fully integrated in our operations. With a proven track record and promise to deliver, we strive to ensure that we are and remain the perfect solution to transport and tour requirements in East & Central Africa.

Our Destinations

Kampala

Kigali

Dar-es-Salaam

Nairobi

Things to Know About East Africa

“Kenya and Tanzania are home to one of the modern wonders of the world – The Wildebeest Migration. The more than 1 million Wildebeests, 400,000 zebras and more than 300,000 antelopes and gazelles cross the treacherous Mara River in Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya to Serengeti National Park in Tanzania in what is seen as the most spectacular terrestrial migration in the world.”

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“Apart from good weather, the region boasts beautiful white sand beaches, diverse culture and abundant wildlife. From the Swahili culture and cuisines to the Maasai culture to the Buganda Kingdom, you will be surprised by how much you can find here.”

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“East Africa has a common visa. If you are travelling in any of the country, you just need one visa.”

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“East Africa is also known as the Great Lakes Region due to the number of world beating Lakes in the region including Lake Victoria, Lake Tanganyika, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, Lake Baringo and many more.”

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“The Big Five consisting of Lions, Leopards, Rhinos, Elephants and Buffalos roam freely in the natural habitats.”

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“Travelling in the region is quite easy. The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the regional air transport hub.”

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“East Africa is also the cradle of Mankind. In a place called Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, you will find the archaeological sights that have recorded the oldest known human remains.”

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“Although bordered in a region full of turmoil, East Africa is perhaps the most peaceful place you can find on earth.”

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“Kiswahili is the most spoken language in Africa and it is the African Union Language. Its roots are in East Africa.”

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