KT4 Kenya & Tanzania

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TOUR HIGHLIGHTS:

Daily guided game drives through Africa's best game parks; Meeting local tribal groups; Maasai Mara / Serengeti: endless plains; Karen Blixen "Out of Africa" Museum; Snows of Kilimanjaro from Kenya's Amboseli Park; Ngorongoro Crater: natural wonder; Great Rift Valley

Dates & Prices

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Prices are in US Dollars (USD), before taxes (if applicable) - All pricing reflects per-person Land Only expenses, however, we can book flights from virtually every city. Please call us for an air quote.


Start DateEnd DatePriceMore Info
Fri 31 Oct 2014Fri 14 Nov 2014 $5940
Sun 21 Dec 2014Sun 04 Jan 2015 $6340
Fri 16 Jan 2015Fri 30 Jan 2015 $6260
Fri 13 Feb 2015Fri 27 Feb 2015 $6260
Thu 28 May 2015Thu 11 Jun 2015 $6490
Fri 03 Jul 2015Fri 17 Jul 2015 $6490
Thu 17 Sep 2015Thu 01 Oct 2015 $6260
Fri 30 Oct 2015Fri 13 Nov 2015 $6260
Mon 21 Dec 2015Mon 04 Jan 2016 $6490

Optional Single Supplement: $1120 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $560, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.


Tour Overview


No destination can compete with the safari opportunities in these two stunning East African lands and our 15-day adventure through some of the most famous and spectacular national parks and conservation areas on the planet is testament to that fact. In Kenya, we see buffalo, cheetah, leopard and lion roaming the semi-desert savannah plains of Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a magical place where we will most likely be treated to up-close views of elephant, giraffe and gazelle. In the Great Rift Valley, we have the chance to see vast numbers of the over-two million flamingos and 340 species of bird that dwell within. The Maasai Mara, considered the best of Kenya's parks, proves nothing short of bewildering. An astonishing wealth of herding animals, as well as elephants, leopards, rhinos and the largest population of lions in Kenya, roam the rolling grasslands of the Mara and make for a once-in-a-lifetime experience. From here, it's on to the foothills of the snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro -- the largest mountain on the continent and, after Everest, the largest in the world -- and to Amboseli National Park, famous for herds of elephants that cover themselves in red dust, which gives them an even more imposing appearance. In Tanzania, we see the UNESCO Heritage crater and the wildebeest, gazelle, zebra, hippos and big cats in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and then we head for Serengeti National Park, a land of superlatives that is now synonymous with the term "safari". The forests, woodlands and grasslands that are called home by the famous tree-climbing lion in Lake Manyara National Park round off our exquisite exploration of the natural environments of Kenya and Tanzania.

Regions visited: East Africa
Countries visited: Kenya and Tanzania


Testimonials


Carol C. (Surrey, BC, CA)

Our guide was a warm, caring, wonderful person. He was also efficient, organized and capable of dealing with situations in a seamless manner. He was always accessible. He was knowledgeable. We felt safe and in good capable hands. He was also open about Africa and his people and a great asset to us, helping us to understand and to expand our world view. We had two driver guides - Francis in Kenya and Elli in Tanzania - both were great people - Francis was our pickup from the airport, our driver guide for one day in Nairobi and for the first week in Kenya. He is a warm, caring person, as well as very knowledgeable about the country and its people. Both were excellent ambassadors for their country and their people.

Danielle B. (Montreal, QC, CA)

The game drives were amazing! We got to see so much of the wild life and spending at times whole days in the parks really allowed us to immerse in that fabulous nature.

Suzanne G. (Bartlett, TN, US)

BEST TRIP WE HAVE EVER TAKEN!

Victor M. (Guelph, ON, CA)

Our guide was always there with answers and explanations about the countries, the animals and their habits and the environment we were passing through. He outlined every morning what the days events and times were to be. At supper he gave us departure time and wakeups and breakfast times. There was never any doubt as to what was happening from day to day.