3 Day Ngorongoro Crater and Ol Doinyo Lengai Safari

3 Day Ngorongoro Crater and Ol Doinyo Lengai Safari

3 Day Ngorongoro Crater and Ol Doinyo Lengai Safari

Ngorongoro Crater Safari

Embark on the Adventure of a Lifetime: 3 Days Ngorongoro Crater and Ol Doinyo Lengai Safari

Adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts, get ready to tick off two iconic destinations from your bucket list with the ultimate 3-day safari adventure through Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater and Ol Doinyo Lengai. This journey offers an unparalleled blend of dramatic landscapes, rich wildlife, and cultural immersion, making it a must-experience for anyone looking to capture the essence of Africa. Here’s what makes this safari an unforgettable expedition.

Why This Safari?

The 3-day Ngorongoro Crater and Ol Doinyo Lengai safari offers an experience that is both thrilling and enlightening. It combines the excitement of wildlife viewing with the beauty of Africa’s landscapes and the richness of cultural interaction. Whether you are an avid photographer, a nature lover, or someone seeking to understand more about traditional African cultures, this safari promises to deliver an experience that is both profound and exhilarating.

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3 Day Ngorongoro Crater and Oldoinyo Lengai Safari Itinerary

Day 1: Descending into Ngorongoro Crater

Your Ngorongoro crater and Oldoinyo Lengai safari starts early in the morning from Arusha, where you’ll embark on a scenic drive towards the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The journey itself is a prelude to the wonders that await, with lush coffee plantations and traditional Maasai villages dotting the landscape.

Afternoon: Exploring the Crater Floor

Upon arrival at the crater rim, prepare for a descent into what many consider to be the Eighth Wonder of the World. The Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera and a haven for wildlife. As you venture onto the crater floor, the sheer abundance and diversity of animals are staggering. Home to over 25,000 large animals, including the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, rhinoceros, and leopard), the crater offers unparalleled game viewing opportunities.

Evening: Sundowners and Star Gazing

After a thrilling day of safari, retire to your lodge located in Karatu area. The evening is yours to enjoy sundowners with the backdrop of the African sunset, followed by a night under the stars. The lack of light pollution allows for some of the best star-gazing experiences in the world, making it a perfect end to your first day.

Day 2: Journey to Lake Natron

Breakfast in the lodge, depart for 3- 4 hours journey to Lake Natron. This alkaline lake is known for its red and orange hues, a result of the high concentration of minerals. It’s also a breeding ground for the Lesser Flamingo, offering spectacular bird-watching opportunities. The landscape around Lake Natron, with its otherworldly appearance, provides a fitting conclusion to your safari adventure.

Afternoon is dedicated to cultural immersion. Visit a Maasai village to learn about the traditions and way of life of this semi-nomadic tribe. Participate in dance, witness traditional crafts, and gain insights into the harmonious existence of the Maasai with the surrounding nature and wildlife.

Afternoon: A Cultural Encounter

After descending the mountain, the afternoon is dedicated to cultural immersion. Visit a Maasai village to learn about the traditions and way of life of this semi-nomadic tribe. Participate in dance, witness traditional crafts, and gain insights into the harmonious existence of the Maasai with the surrounding nature and wildlife.

The rest of the evening of your ngorongoro crater and oldoinyo lengai is at leisure, providing a perfect time for reflection on the day’s adventures. Share stories around the campfire, enjoying the serenity that envelops the African bush at night.

Morning: Ascending the Sacred Mountain

Rise before dawn and set out towards the base of Ol Doinyo Lengai, known to the Maasai as the “Mountain of God.” This active volcano is the only known natrocarbonatite volcano in the world, producing unique, cool, black lava. The ascent begins in the cool early hours, navigating through bushland and rocky paths. It’s a challenging climb, but reaching the summit in time to witness the sunrise over the Great Rift Valley is an experience that rewards beyond words.

Day 3: The Majestic Ol Doinyo Lengai to Arusha

Early morning decent down to the camp for breakfast and short rest. After taking the delicious meal start the journey back to Arusha. , return to your camp with a heart full of memories.

After lunch, begin your journey back to Arusha, carrying with you the sights, sounds, and memories of an extraordinary three-day adventure that is sure to linger in your heart for years to come.

Tips for Ngorongoro Crater and Oldoinyo Lengai safari


  • Pack Light and Right: The temperature can vary dramatically, so pack layers. Don’t forget a good pair of hiking boots for Ol Doinyo Lengai.


  • Stay Hydrated: Make sure to drink plenty of water during your hikes and safari drives.


  • Be Respectful: When visiting Maasai villages, remember to be respectful of local customs and traditions.


  • Camera Ready: Keep your camera charged and ready. From wildlife to landscapes and starry nights, the photo opportunities are endless.

7 Day Safari in Kafue National Park

7 Day Safari in Kafue National Park

Embark on a Wildlife Safari in Kafue National Park

Located in Western Zambia, Kafue National Park known for its vast wilderness and abundant wildlife, offers a unique safari experience. With its diverse ecosystems, including savannahs, forests, and the Kafue River, the park is a haven for a variety of species, including the Big Five and many other mammals, birds, reptiles, and fish. Visitors can explore this untouched wilderness through various safari activities, each providing a different perspective on the park’s natural beauty and the creatures that call it home.

Safari Activities in Kafue National Park

The safari experience in Kafue National Park is rich and varied, with activities designed to bring visitors closer to the park’s wildlife. Morning and afternoon safari drives are a popular choice, offering the opportunity to spot the Big Five and other animals in their natural habitat. Guided walks allow for a more immersive experience, while boat cruises on the Kafue River provide a different perspective, with the chance to observe hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of bird species.

Wildlife Encounters in Kafue Safari

Kafue National Park is renowned for its wildlife viewing, with over 400 species of bird and a diverse range of mammals. Visitors may have the chance to see lions, leopards, elephants, buffalos, and rhinos, as well as wild dogs, cheetahs, and giraffes. The park’s conservation efforts ensure that these animals thrive in their natural environment, providing a memorable experience for those on safari.

Farewell to Kafue National Park

As your safari in Kafue National Park comes to an end, you’ll reflect on the memories made and the wildlife encountered. Your final day might include a leisurely safari drive or a fishing trip on the Kafue River, before bidding farewell to the park and heading back to Lusaka, carrying with you a newfound appreciation for the wilderness of Kafue and the importance of its conservation.

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Day by Day Kafue Safari Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Zambia

Arriave Lusaka international Airport, meet and transfer to the city center for overnight in your chosen hotel awaiting for the following day safari to Kafue national park

Day 2: Drive from Lusaka to Kafue National Park

Your safari to Kafue begins with a scenic drive from Lusaka the capital city of Zambia. Upon arrival at Kafue National Park, you’ll be greeted by the park’s diverse wildlife and scenic beauty. After enjoying a delicious meal you will embark on the afternoon game drive in the park guided by a professional and experienced guide who will help to spot different animals which called Kafue home.

Days 3 – 6: Wildlife and Wilderness in Kafue

The heart of your safari experience lies in the next ee four days, where you’ll have the opportunity to explore Kafue National Park’s wilderness. You’ll go on safari drives to spot lions, rhinos, and giraffes, hike through the park’s trails, and engage in bird watching, all while immersing yourself in the beauty of the African bush.

Day 7: Farewell to Kafue

As your safari in Kafue national park comes to a close, you’ll reflect on the memories made and the wildlife encountered. Your final day might include a leisurely safari drive or a fishing trip on the Kafue River, before bidding farewell to the park and heading back to Lusaka.

3 Day Lower Zambezi Safari

3 Day Lower Zambezi Safari

3 Day Lower Zambezi Safari

Embark on an Unforgettable 3-Day Lower Zambezi Safari from Lusaka

A Lower Zambezi safari offers a unique opportunity to explore the stunning wilderness and wildlife of Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park. With its lush riverine ecosystem and abundance of wildlife, the park is a prime destination for nature lovers and adventure seekers alike.

During a Lower Zambezi safari, visitors can expect to spot a wide variety of animals, including elephants, lions, leopards, and hippos, as well as a diverse array of bird species. The park’s location along the Zambezi River also offers the chance to enjoy waterside activities such as river safaris, fishing, and canoeing, providing a different perspective on the park’s stunning landscapes and wildlife.

Whether you choose to stay in a luxury tented camp or a more rustic bush camp, a Lower Zambezi safari promises a one-of-a-kind experience that combines the thrill of exploring the African wilderness with the comfort and luxury of a well-appointed accommodation. With its natural beauty, rich wildlife, and stunning landscapes, a Lower Zambezi safari is sure to create memories that will last a lifetime.

Detail 3 Day Lower Zambezi Safari Itinerary

Day 1: Journey to Lower Zambezi

Your Lower Zambezi Safari begins in Lusaka, where you’ll set off early in the morning, heading towards the Lower Zambezi National Park. The journey is part of the adventure, offering a glimpse into the Zambian countryside, characterized by its rolling hills, traditional villages, and vast agricultural lands. You’ll travel by road or, for a quicker and more scenic route, by small charter plane, landing directly in the heart of the wilderness.

Upon arrival at your chosen lodge or campsite, nestled on the banks of the Zambezi River, you’ll be greeted with warm Zambian hospitality. After settling into your accommodation, it’s time to embark on your first game drive. The park is home to a diverse array of wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo, and numerous antelope species, all thriving in their natural habitat.

As the day draws to a close, a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River offers a serene and picturesque end to your first day. Glide gently along the river, watching the sky transform into a spectacle of colors, while keeping an eye out for hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of birdlife. The peaceful evening sounds of the bush, combined with the stunning sunset, make for an unforgettable experience.

Day 2: Immersed in the Wilderness

The second day of your lower Zambezi safari begins with an early breakfast which followed by a full day game drive in the park. Led by experienced driver guides, you’ll explore the remarkable number of wildlife which is due to the remarkable abundance of water, food, and shelter that nourishes a diverse range of wildlife. Within this small national park, a wealth of ecosystems provide a habitat for Africa’s thriving elephant population, as well as numerous herds of buffalo, lion prides, and elusive leopards. The area is also teeming with small carnivores and omnivores, along with nocturnal creatures like hyenas and jackals. Additionally, zebra and antelope can be found roaming the region.

Day 3: Final Adventures and Farewell

Morning: Fishing Excursion

On your final morning of your lower Zambezi safari, why not try your hand at fishing? The Zambezi River is renowned for its tiger fishing, and whether you’re a seasoned angler or a complete novice, it’s an enjoyable way to spend your last few hours. Catch and release is practiced to ensure sustainability, but the thrill of battling one of these fierce fish is a memorable experience.

Afternoon: Leisure and Departure

After lunch, take some time to relax and reflect on your safari experiences. Enjoy the amenities of your lodge or take a final stroll along the riverbank. In the late afternoon, you’ll begin your journey back to Lusaka, carrying with you memories and photographs of a truly incredible adventure.

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2 Day Salima Beach and Kuti Game Reserve

2 Day Salima Beach and Kuti Game Reserve

2 Day Salima Beach and Kuti Game Reserve

Embark on an Unforgettable 2-Day Weekend Gateway to Salima Beach & Kuti Game Reserve 

Salima Beach and Kuti Game Reserve offer a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure for a two-day getaway. Salima Beach is situated along the shores of Lake Malawi, offering breathtaking views of the crystal-clear waters and sandy beaches. Visitors can spend their days lounging on the beach, swimming, and enjoying water activities such as snorkeling, boat ride and kayaking. The serene atmosphere of Salima Beach provides the ideal setting for unwinding and soaking in the beauty of nature.

On the other hand, Kuti Game Reserve is a wildlife sanctuary that is home to a variety of animals including elephants, zebras, antelopes, and giraffes. Visitors can embark on game drives through the reserve, giving them the opportunity to see these majestic creatures up close in their natural habitat. The diverse landscape of Kuti Game Reserve also offers great opportunities for bird watching and nature walks.

Combining a visit to both Salima Beach and Kuti Game Reserve within a two-day trip allows visitors to experience the best of both worlds – relaxation by the beach and thrilling wildlife encounters. Whether you are seeking tranquility or adventure, this itinerary is sure to provide a memorable and enjoyable experience in Malawi.

Salima Beach & Kuti Game Reserve Itinerary

Day 1: Lilongwe to Salima Beach and Game Reserve

Morning Arrival and Check-in

Begin your adventure by arriving at Salima Beach, one of Malawi’s hidden gems, where the golden sands of Senga Bay await your footprints. After checking into your accommodation, which ranges from luxurious lakeside resorts to cozy beachside cottages, take a moment to breathe in the fresh lake air and prepare yourself for a day of relaxation and exploration.

Exploring the Beach

Senga Bay, the main beach in Salima, is famed for its crystal-clear waters and tranquil atmosphere. Spend your morning wandering along the shoreline, where the gentle waves of Lake Malawi lap at your feet. After enjoy a delicious lunch you will embark on boat ride to the nearby Island where you will an opportunity for a closer look at the vibrant aquatic life that call this lake home. For more adventure you can also embark on optional water sports available such as kayaking, sailing, and snorkeling.

Optional Crocodile Farm Tour

For those who do not prefer water sports you can visit the nearby crocodile farm where you can see over 20 thousand creatures. The largest crocodile in the farm is measured 5.5 meters in length and weight about 350 kg.

Day 2: Exploring the Wild at Kuti Game Reserve

After a restful night, the adventure continues with a short drive to Kuti Game Reserve. This wildlife sanctuary is known for its commitment to conservation and offers a chance to see some of Africa’s most iconic species in a natural and sustainable environment.

Upon arrival, embark on a guided safari tour. Kuti is home to a variety of animals, including zebra, giraffe, sable antelope, and countless species of birds. The reserve’s open landscapes make it an ideal spot for wildlife viewing, with knowledgeable guides providing insights into the behaviors and habitats of the creatures you encounter.

After an exhilarating game drive, enjoy a picnic lunch in one of the picnic site in the reserve and after that start the journey back to Lilongwe.

End of 2 day Salima Beach and Kuti Game Reserve Tour

Salima Beach and Kuti Tour Rates

Solo traveler: US $ 520
2-3 people: US $ 405 per person
4-5 people: US $ 390 per person
6+ people: US $ 370 per person

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Tour Includes

Return transfer from Lilongwe to Salima Beach
Reserve entrance fee
Full board at Blue Waters Lodge
Boat Ride
Crocodile Tour
Pure drinking water during activities
Service of the professional driver guide

Tour Excludes

Air tickets
Any expenses of the personal nature
Service of the flying doctor
Tips for driver guide and lodge staffs

2 Day Safari Majete Wildlife Reserve

2 Day Safari Majete Wildlife Reserve

2 Day Safari Majete Wildlife Reserve

Discover the Wild Side of Malawi: A 2-Day Safari Adventure in Majete Wildlife Reserve

2 day safari in Majete wildlife reserve is an ideal weekend gateway for travelers and people in Blantyre. This unique park is located in the southwestern region of Malawi, just a stone’s throw away from Blantyre and it is home to a variety of wildlife include the legendary Big games (Elephants, Lions, Rhinos, Buffaloes and Leopards). Although 2 days safari in Majete can be sufficient to explore the reserve but visitors with more time can extend the tour to 3 days so as to explore more the beauty of this reserve.

Majete wildlife reserve similarly to other Malawian parks has a remarkable conservation success story which transformed from a once depleted area to a thriving haven of biodiversity, making it a must-visit for anyone craving an authentic African safari experience. Embark on a captivating 2-day safari to Majete and immerse yourself in the wild beauty of Malawi.

Itinerary  – 2 Day Safari in Majete

Day 1: Safari to Majete from Blantyre

Morning: Departure from Blantyre

Your 2 days Safari to Majete begins in the vibrant city of Blantyre, Malawi’s commercial capital, where you’ll set off early in the morning. The drive to Majete Wildlife Reserve is an experience in itself, offering scenic views of the rolling hills and rural landscapes of southern Malawi. The journey takes approximately 2.5 hours, but the anticipation of what lies ahead makes every minute count.

Upon arrival at Majete, you’ll be greeted by the warm smiles of the reserve staff and the untamed beauty of the African bush. After settling into your accommodation, which ranges from rustic chalets to luxurious safari lodges, you’ll embark on your first game drive of the 2 day safari in Majete. The reserve is home to the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and buffalo), and your skilled guide will expertly navigate the reserve’s rugged terrain in search of these iconic species. The thrill of spotting an elephant gracefully meandering through the bush or a lion basking in the afternoon sun is an unparalleled experience offered by the 2 days safari in Majete

Evening: Sunset by the Shire River

As the African sun begins to dip below the horizon, casting golden hues over the landscape, you’ll find yourself by the banks of the Shire River, which flows through Majete. This is the perfect spot to unwind after an exciting day, with a sundowner in hand, as you watch hippos and crocodiles inhabit the river. The sound of the wild serves as a backdrop to reflections on the day’s sightings, setting the stage for what promises to be a memorable night under the African sky.

Night: Dinner Under the Stars

Dinner at Majete is an affair to remember. Savour traditional Malawian cuisine, prepared with a contemporary twist, in an open-air setting under a blanket of stars. The sounds of the night, from the distant roar of a lion to the chirping of crickets, accompany your meal, adding to the authenticity of your safari experience.

Day 2: Deep Dive into Safari in Majete’s Wilderness

Morning: Sunrise Game Drive

Begin the second day of the 2 days Safari in Majete by embarking on a sunrise game drive, a magical time when the bush comes alive. This is the best time to spot nocturnal animals before they retreat from the day’s heat, as well as witness the majestic beauty of the African sunrise. Your guide’s expertise is invaluable as they track animals and share insights into their behavior and the ecosystem of Majete.

Midday: Bush Walk or Community Visit

After breakfast, you have the option to delve deeper into the wilderness with a guided bush walk. This is your chance to experience the African bush from a different perspective, focusing on the smaller wonders of the natural world, from insects to plants, and learning survival skills used by the local people for centuries. Alternatively, a visit to a nearby community offers insight into the cultural heritage of the people living around Majete and their symbiotic relationship with the reserve. Note that the walking safari can be done during dry season and has to be requested in advance for the availability.

Afternoon: Relaxation and Preparation for Departure

The afternoon is yours to relax at your lodge, perhaps taking a dip in the pool or enjoying the panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. This is a time to reflect on the past two days’ adventures and pack up memories along with your belongings. Before you know it, it’s time to bid farewell to Majete, enriched by the experiences shared and the beauty witnessed.

End of the 2 days Safari in Majete: Return to Blantyre

As you make your way back to Blantyre, the setting sun marks the end of your safari adventure in Majete. The journey back is a time to reminisce about the sights and sounds of the African bush, the wildlife encounters, and the serenity of being immersed in nature.

Tour Rates

Solo Traveler: US $ 580

2-3 people: US $ 445 per person

4-5 people: US $ 400 per person

6+ people: US $ 380 per person

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Safari in Majete Includes

Return transfer from Blantyre to Majete
Reserve entrance fee
Full board at Ng’ona Lodge
Game drives and Walking
Pure drinking water during activities

Service of the professional driver guide


Safari in Majete Excludes

Air tickets
Any expenses of the personal nature
Service of the flying doctor

Boat Safari due to the River condition
Tips for driver guide and lodge staffs

3 Days Gorilla Trekking Rwanda

3 Days Gorilla Trekking Rwanda

3 Days Gorilla Trekking Rwanda

Embarking on a 3-Day Gorilla Trekking Adventure in Rwanda

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Venturing into the heart of Africa, Rwanda beckons with its lush landscapes, rich wildlife, and the promise of coming face-to-face with the majestic mountain gorillas in Volcano national park. A 3-day gorilla trekking expedition in Rwanda is not just a journey; it’s an unforgettable adventure that offers a glimpse into the life of one of the planet’s most fascinating creatures. This thrilling adventure takes you deep into the dense forests of the park in search of the elusive and endangered mountain gorillas. With experienced guides leading the way, you will have the opportunity to track these magnificent creatures as they go about their daily lives in their natural habitat.


3 Days Gorilla Trekking Rwanda – Other Animals to See

Not only will you witness the beauty and power of the gorillas up close, but you will also gain a deeper appreciation for the importance of conservation efforts in protecting these amazing animals. As you trek through the rugged terrain of the park, you may also have the chance to spot other wildlife, such as golden monkeys, a variety of bird species, and possibly even forest elephants.


Gorilla Trekking Rwanda – Where To Stay

After a full day of trekking and wildlife sightings, you can relax and unwind in the comfort of a cozy lodge nestled in the heart of the park. Enjoy delicious meals and stunning views of the surrounding landscape as you reflect on the unforgettable experiences of the day. With its stunning natural beauty and incredible wildlife encounters, a Gorilla Trekking adventure in Volcano National Park is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who embark on this once-in-a-lifetime journey.


3 Days Gorilla Trekking Rwanda Itinerary


Day 1: Arrival and Preparation

Welcome to Kigali

Your Gorilla trekking adventure begins in Kigali, Rwanda’s bustling capital. Despite its history, Kigali has risen as a beacon of hope and progress, with its clean streets, friendly locals, and vibrant culture. Upon arrival, take some time to acclimatize and explore the city. Visiting the Kigali Genocide Memorial is a moving experience that provides context to Rwanda’s journey of rebirth.

In the afternoon, meet with your tour operators and fellow trekkers for a briefing. You’ll learn about the do’s and don’ts of gorilla trekking, what to expect during your hike, and how to interact responsibly with the gorillas. This is also an excellent opportunity to ensure you have all the necessary gear and permits for the journey ahead.

Packing Tips

  • Clothing: Pack light, breathable clothing for hiking, but remember, the weather can be unpredictable. Bring a waterproof jacket, long pants, and long-sleeved tops to protect against the elements and vegetation.
  • Footwear: Durable, waterproof hiking boots are a must.
  • Accessories: Don’t forget your hat, sunglasses, and gloves (for handling vegetation during the trek).
  • Other Essentials: Include a reusable water bottle, high-energy snacks, and a camera (without flash) to capture the moments.

Day 2: The Gorilla Trekking Rwanda Experience

Journey to Volcanoes National Park

The day begins early with a drive to Volcanoes National Park, the sanctuary of the mountain gorillas. Nestled in the Virunga Mountains, this park is one of the last refuges for these gentle giants. Upon arrival, you’ll be assigned to a small group and introduced to your guides and trackers. After a final briefing, the trek begins.

The Trek

The Gorilla trek’s duration can vary, lasting anywhere from 1 to 6 hours, depending on the gorillas’ location. As you hike through the dense forest, your guide will share insights about the park’s flora and fauna, making the journey as enriching as the destination. The trek can be demanding, with steep climbs and uneven terrain, but the reward is unparalleled.

Meeting the Gorillas

The moment you’ve been waiting for arrives as you encounter the gorillas. Typically, visits are limited to one hour to minimize stress on the animals. During this time, observe their behaviors, from playful youngsters tumbling around to adults foraging and grooming each other. The experience is profound, offering a rare glimpse into the lives of these fascinating beings.

Remember: Maintain a 7-meter distance from the gorillas, keep your voice down, and move slowly to avoid startling them.

Day 3: Reflection and Departure

Morning at Leisure

After an exhilarating second day, the final day of your journey begins at a more leisurely pace. You may choose to explore the area around your accommodation or participate in a community visit to learn about the local culture and the communities’ conservation efforts. These interactions provide a deeper understanding of Rwanda’s commitment to preserving its natural heritage and the role of tourism in supporting these initiatives.



As your 3-day gorilla trekking adventure in Rwanda comes to a close, reflect on the profound experience of meeting the mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. The journey back to Kigali offers a moment to contemplate the impact of this encounter, not just on yourself but on the conservation efforts that make such experiences possible.

Before leaving, consider visiting local markets or artisans’ cooperatives to pick up souvenirs. These purchases support the local economy and serve as a tangible reminder of your incredible adventure.


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  • All activities (unless labeled as optional)
  •  All accommodation as stated in the itinerary
  •  A professional driver/guide
  •  All transportation (unless labeled as optional)
  •  Roundtrip airport transfer
  •  Drinking water on all days


  • All Meals (as specified in the day-by-day section)
  •  International flights (from/to home)
  •  Tips (tipping guideline US$20.00 pp per day)
  •  Personal items (souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.)
  •  Alcohol drinks
  •  Services not mentioned in the program
  •  Items of a personal nature

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