East Africa—a land of breathtaking scenery, majestic wildlife, and a distinct culture! Witness some of nature’s great treasures as you embark on this timeless Africa safari in Kenya and Tanzania. Along the way, your expert Driver/Guide will share insights about the wildlife, local cultures, and diverse eco-systems you encounter. And with a small group of no more than 6 guests per vehicle and 20 guests total you’ll experience a high level of service throughout your adventure! </BR></BR>Start your safari in Samburu National Reserve, where you’ll have the chance to see rare animals not spotted in other parts of Kenya. Commonly referred to as the Samburu “Special 5,” they include the Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Somali ostrich, Beisa oryx, and the gerenuk—a long-necked antelope that feeds while standing on its hind feet. Lion, cheetah, elephant, and Nile crocodile are also commonly spotted here. Explore the Serengeti ecosystem, one of Africa’s premier safari destinations, which includes the famed Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya and Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. This region is home to the annual wildebeest migration and has one of the world’s highest concentrations of large mammals. Keep an eye out for lion, Cape buffalo, cheetah, leopard, hyena, elephant, giraffe, rhino, and more on your many game drives. We have arranged exclusive bush breakfasts for you in both the Serengeti and Maasai Mara, a truly unique experience included by Globus! </BR></BR>A full-day game drive in Ngorongoro Crater offers you the best possibility of seeing the rare black rhinoceros, while your best chance to get close to giant elephants is in the swamps of Amboseli National Park. You’ll also enjoy game drives in Lake Manyara National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, and Tarangire National Park where the landscape is dotted with baobab and acacia trees. </BR></BR>In Nairobi, you’ll visit the Giraffe Center focused on saving the Rothschild’s giraffe; the Karen Blixen Museum, dedicated to the author of Out of Africa; and the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, an acclaimed project that rehabilitates orphaned elephant and rhino calves and reintroduces them to the wild— a special experience offered by Globus. Here, meet the cute babies and learn about important conservation efforts. In Zanzibar, a walking tour of historic Stone Town introduces you to the famous spice markets and slave caves, a reminder of the not so distant past.</BR></BR>Magnificent wildlife, important animal sanctuaries, and thrilling adventures—this exciting safari in Kenya and Tanzania has it all!

City Highlights

NAIROBIVisit the [LF] Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Karen Blixen Museum, and the Giraffe CenterSAMBURU NATIONAL RESERVE Three game drives; sundowner drinksOL PEJETA CONSERVANCY Game drive; visit a [LF] chimp sanctuaryNYAHURURU FALLS Visit the fallsLAKE NAKURU NATIONAL PARK Game driveMAASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE Three game drives; [LF] bush breakfastAMBOSELI NATIONAL PARKThree game drivesTARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK Two game drivesLAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK Game drive; [LF] bush lunchNGORONGORO CRATER Full-day game driveSERENGETI NATIONAL PARK Three game drives; [LF] farewell bush dinner; [LF] traditional Maasai dance performanceZANZIBAR Walking tour of Stone Town; visit Jozani Forest


American breakfast daily, 15 lunches, 14 dinners including a special farewell dinner in the bush


NOTES:Check with physician regarding the latest health requirements for travel to Kenya and Tanzania.All game viewing is done at your own risk. We will require a signed liability waiver prior to travel.We do not recommend this vacation to people with serious back problems, as it can be quite rough on some roads and game park trails in East Africa.Due to limited capacity on safari vehicles and flights, your suitcase must be soft-sided and can’t exceed 33 lbs including hand luggage.Some minor changes in your daily itinerary may be expected due to wildlife migrations and viewing.Small-Group Discovery – We never allow more than 20 travelers on our Small-Group Discovery vacations, allowing you to truly immerse yourself in the destination and local culture.


4-wheel-drive safari vehicles carry a maximum of six passengers, ensuring you’ll always have a window seat. They also feature a pop-up roof for easy game viewing and photography.