Situated in the crater highlands of Tanznaia, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is an UNESCO world heritage site that covers 8,292 km2 and includes important sites such as the Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvia gorge and the eastern part of the Serengeti plains.
Founded nearly 1,000 years ago the ochre city of Marrakech is perhaps Morocco’s most well known and visited attraction. It’s lively Djemaa el-Fna square, where storytellers ply their trade and its mazy souks and myriad restaurants are enough to keep even the most adventurous visitor enthralled.
Uganda could be considered a ‘Primate Trackers’ paradise as it is home to 13 different species of diurnal and 6 kinds of nocturnal primate. They can be found in many of the parks throughout Uganda. The vast number of primates sets this country apart from other East African countries such as Kenya and Tanzania, since you can find a much greater variety in one park.
Turkey has a long a varied history which dates back as far as 50,000 years where evidence of habitation can be found within a cave at Karain, north of modern day Antalya.
The National Park covers an area of approximately 1978km² and was named after Queen Elizabeth II to commemorate her visit in 1954.