African Travel Review  provides the Internet's most  comprehensive guide on East African travel destinations.  A constantly updated review of the top places to go to in  East Africa and Indian Ocean Islands, from places to stay to every kind of adventurous safari, all under one neatly presented web portal.

Now: Revised information on all the major National Parks and Game Sanctuaries in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, East Africa, with stunning photographs and clearer text with easy reference maps for all countries.  

Detailed information and superb photographs presenting climbing and hikking in East Africa, as well as listings of ALL top dive sites along the East African coast.

Our new version of Africantravelreview.com has improved presentations, services and information being launched in stages.
 

For the latest adventures and ATR news visit our Bush Telegraph.


New features to follow soon:

Travel at the click of a button. A fully fledged service providing current information on all inward and outward bound international flights, as well as domestic scheduled and chartered air services within East Africa. Included will be links to major airlines and travel agent's 'On Line' booking and reservations facilities.

Icons at the top of every review page for quick reference - indicating exactly what each product has to offer.

ATR will also feature forums and notice boards where potential visitors to East Africa can communicate and post questions to browsers who have already visited the region.

BEAUTIFUL RWANDA is another new addition to ATR. Rwanda is famous for its Gentle Giants (highland gorilla) in the Virunga Mountains - an uncrowded, wild side of East Africa.  To be launched soon it will be a new string to ATR's bow of exciting adventures.

Monthly Diaries for each country.  Whats happening? When & where to go, and how to get there! Our local representatives will keep you posted.

Book reviews will begin with David Read, author of 'Barefoot over the Serengeti,' Beating about the Bush,' and 'Waters of the Sanjan,' as well as a fine collection of guide books on the national parks of Tanzania by author David Martin.