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AFRICAN SAFARI SPECIALS: GO NOW & SAVE

GO ON SAFARI NOW & SAVE* SEE AFRICA'S BIG 5 IN PREMIER PRIVATE RESERVES AT EXCEPTIONAL RATES WHEN YOU TRAVEL NOVEMBER 1, 2014 THROUGH MARCH 31, 2015 Quality game viewing and explosions of new life. Bright blue African skies. Vast green plains, colorful birds, and vibrant floral displays. Premier safari camps on private reserves.   A personal, wild experience without the crowds at exclusive top-tier lodges. Pristine light for wildlife photography.   Cloud formations and colorful contrasts. Stunning sunsets and rainbows over Victoria Falls.              Southern  Africa's  Big Cats &  Beach Safari      12   Days Travel Now* $6,685  Per Person  Travel Later $8,195 Per Person  Best of  Botswana  & Victoria Falls  Safari  10    Days  Travel Now* $8,955 Per Person    Travel Later $19,677  Per Person  Best of  Southern  Africa Safari  13 Days  Travel Now* $10,405 Per Person Travel Later $18,849 Per Person  Namibia's  Big 5 Game  Wildlife & Wild  Deserts Safari 12 Days  Travel Now* $11,335 Per Person  Travel Later $16,668 Per Person   *Availability must be finalized by one of our trip planners who will contact and confirm availability and pricing with all accommodations and operators. *Rates are valid only for travel between 01 November – 19 December, 2014 and 11 January – 31 March, 2015. No single supplements charged by the safari camps/lodges mentioned in the itinerary.
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Posted in: African Elephant, South African Safaris, African Safari Specials

Top 3 Reasons to Go on an African Safari in Kenya

  For many of us, consciously or subconsciously, we think of a safari, and Kenya comes to mind. In part, we can thank Hollywood for its unforgettable rendering of Karen Blixen’s Kenyan farm in “Out of Africa.” But, beyond the silver screen, the history of the traditional African safari has played out in Kenya on a world stage for over 100 years and has shaped our sense of what a safari is and who takes it. Our collective interest began with early twentieth century accounts by adventurers Theodore Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway, continued with the mid-century drama of a young Princess Elizabeth learning of her father’s death and her ascension to the throne while she was on safari in Kenya, and endures today with ongoing conservation stories like that of Dame Daphne Sheldrick and her late husband David Sheldrick, and their tireless work championing Kenya’s elephants.
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Posted in: African Wildlife Conservation, Trips to Kenya, Safaris in Eastern Africa, African Elephant, Kenya, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

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