Aug 20, 2013
Last week we gave an insider tip for pre-sale access to EXPLORE’s incredible trips offered on Condé Nast Traveler’s 2nd Annual World on Sale and many EXPLORE travelers snatched up their spots on this exclusive, limited offer. If you missed out on the pre-sale we still have a few spots left on these trips of a lifetime with up to 40% savings. Give us a call and we can start planning your one of a kind safari.
The two amazing safaris allow you to support critical conservation efforts while enjoying the trip of a lifetime from the Serengeti to the Okavango and Kruger’s famed private reserves. Click the links below to learn more details on the two trips:
Don’t miss this journey with elephant and rhino through Africa’s most exclusive private reserves. A fortunate few will travel on a spectacular safari with top conservation leaders to Singita’s famed private reserves. Visit Tanzania’s vast Serengeti and South Africa’s Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve and Kruger National Park.
Not only do travelers enjoy highly favorable rates at Singita’s award winning, exclusive lodges, but they will have unprecedented insider access into the reality of today’s fierce battle to combat poaching in Africa. You can help protect Africa’s natural heritage while enjoying the trip of a lifetime. Up to 40% below normal rates, added value extras… priceless!
Click here for further information:The Ultimate Singita Safari: Conserving the Great Grey Giants of Africa
Gain access to an inside story on conserving the big cats of the African Wilderness. This safari takes travelers in the footsteps of famed filmmakers/conservation visionaries Dereck & Beverly Joubert through Botswana’s pristine Okavango Delta. Visit the Jouberts’ camps in the company of passionate regional experts, researchers and big cat specialists.
A lucky few will gain a deep understanding of the critical threat facing the planet’s mighty cats and Africa’s other iconic species in this trip of a lifetime. Up to 40% below usual prices.
For more details on this trip click here: Great Plains Botswana: Tracking the Last Lions