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Snows of Kilimanjaro; Ngorongoro Crater: natural wonder; Endless Serengeti plain; Great Rift Valley
Dates & PricesTo book this tour, please refer to the sidebar ►
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 Date||End Date||Price||More Info|
|Fri 07 Nov 2014||Fri 14 Nov 2014||$3630|
|Sun 28 Dec 2014||Sun 04 Jan 2015||$3760|
|Fri 23 Jan 2015||Fri 30 Jan 2015||$3630|
|Fri 20 Feb 2015||Fri 27 Feb 2015||$3630|
|Thu 04 Jun 2015||Thu 11 Jun 2015||$3760|
|Fri 10 Jul 2015||Fri 17 Jul 2015||$3760|
|Thu 24 Sep 2015||Thu 01 Oct 2015||$3630|
|Fri 06 Nov 2015||Fri 13 Nov 2015||$3630|
|Mon 28 Dec 2015||Mon 04 Jan 2016||$3760|
Optional Single Supplement: $450 (number of singles limited).
This tour may require a mandatory single supplement charge of $230, if twin-sharing accommodation is unavailable.
Tanzania, the largest nation in East Africa, is without doubt one of the most exciting countries in the world. In fact, the Serengeti itself is so vast that you can drive for an entire day and not encounter any other human being. Other safari destinations can't offer this kind of experience to travellers, not anymore; Tanzania still can. Tanzania is classic Africa -- Kilimanjaro, the Great Rift Valley, Maasai homelands and the celebrated plains of the Serengeti -- and the country's wildlife parks and reserves are unrivalled for their abundance of wildlife. Ngorongoro Crater serves both as stunning ecological phenomenon and as home to a host of animals, including the "Big Five" as well as astonishing birdlife, where the Serengeti, now synonymous with the term 'safari', is a land of superlatives that boasts more abundance and diversity of wildlife than anywhere on the planet. Along with the plethora of exotic wildlife that only an African adventure can duplicate -- like lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, giraffes, zebras, gazelle and hippos, to name but a very few -- we see prehistoric sites that are among the most important in the world and Mother Nature at her best.
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