Conventional wisdom has it that traveling to East Africa is best avoided in the ‘low season’, roughly from March to June, then from October to December. Not so for those really in the know. For guests who don’t mind enduring some wet weather, the rewards are multifold. There’s still plenty of game viewing to enjoy. Plus, the air is crisp, the skies dramatic and the sunsets incredible. What’s more, it’s quieter everywhere, and the prices are cheaper. All in all, the low season is a top time to experience an authentic slice of East Africa. You are unique, so your journey must be bespoke. We promise you the trip of your lifetime. Every time.