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August 13, 2024



New Departure added!! Now booking August 13- 23, 2024 Our magical Swahili wish (let’s travel) evokes exotic African adventure and is the theme of our next discovery tour. This thrilling safari will carry us through the Serengeti and beyond in search of the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, rhinoceros) on daily game drives. Maasai will lead us on bushwalks. We will visit tribal villages to experience the way of life and traditions. Striking lodges and luxurious wilderness tented camps provide a unique African ambiance. The optional post-tour extension to Zanzibar, the spice island with the palm fringed Indian Ocean will relax us after Safari. Join us and: •Behold majestic Kilimanjaro, highest mountain on the African continent •Track the ‘Big Five’ over land across Serengeti and in four singular National Parks •Encounter giraffes, gazelles, antelopes, zebra •Descend into Ngorongoro Crater, Africa’s Garden of Eden and a microcosm of diverse wildlife •Study the origins of Homo Erectus at the Leakey site and museum in Olduvai Gorge •Meet Maasai in their tribal villages and learn about their way of life and customs •Follow our Maasai guides on safari walks •Experience unparalleled game viewing during twice daily game drives in Serengeti, Tarangire, Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater •Celebrate sundown and dine alfresco ins tyle •Hear legends of 2000-yr. old baobab trees and feel umoja •Overnight in classic tented camps and fine game lodges and listen to the night sounds. •Stargaze under the endless African sky. Locate brilliant constellations incl. the Southern Cross •Witness the animal kingdom come alive at sunrise •Rise above the savanna in a hot air balloon (opt) •Support sustainable tourism. Be mindful of wildlife conservation and respect tribal culture •Bargain in exotic craft markets and dream about a blue-lavender Tanzanite as we return to Arusha. •Swim, snorkel or relax in turquoise Indian Ocean on the exotic “spice island” Zanzibar •Experience 3 grand UNESCO world heritage sites

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