Family Adventure Travel in East Africa

East Africa offers the classic vistas of open savannah grasslands teeming with animals.

East African Safaris

How does an East Africa safari differ from a Southern African safari?

Open savannah grasslands means that you can see animals from very far away. During the Great Migration, you can see tens, if not hundreds of thousands of animals gathered together. Hot air ballooning is a highlight. Semi permanent or temporary tented camps allow you to stay right in the middle of the National Parks – no fences! Off-roading is not allowed.

Family Safaris in Tanzania

Witness the great migration: Africa’s most famous wildlife spectacle! Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater.

Quivertree is thrilled to offer a once in a lifetime family safari to see the Great Wildlife Migration of Africa.

Specially designed for families ages 11 and up, the safari is led by Lorne Sulcas, AKA, “The Big Cat Guy.” Quivertree’s founders have been closely following Lorne’s career over the past 30 years and have long identified him the best wildlife expert for guiding families on safari in Africa.

We are incredibly lucky to have Lorne guide this trip for Quivertree!



Home to the wonderful Masai Mara and Samburu National Park. Excellent for kids of all ages. Caters to medium and upper budget. Combines well with Zanzibar.

Rwanda and Uganda

Take a once in a lifetime safari to see gorillas and chimpanzees in their natural jungle environment. Primate safaris are available in both countries, as well as unique cultural experiences amidst awesome landscapes, such as the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest and the Virunga National Park.


  • Best for families with children aged 8+: Tanzania, Kenya
  • Best time of year: All year round, and especially February (Tanzania wildebeest migration), September (migration).
  • Best to combine with: A visit to exotic Zanzibar for culture and the beach.