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Eastern Africa ideal for animal lovers

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The safari experts at Goway Travel are inviting travellers to get out there and see the world’s most iconic safari destinations, including East Africa.

The national parks and game reserves of Kenya and Tanzania take an African safari to the next level. Home to regions such as the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Masai Mara, East Africa offers a slightly more adventurous alternative to the well-developed game parks of Southern Africa. For this reason, it can also be more expensive, but several new Goway offers are helping to keep these special wildlife regions open to travellers at every price point.

Globetrotters can save up to $2,600 per couple on a 14-day East African Safari through both Kenya and Tanzania. This trip takes in the Samburu, Mount Kenya, and the Masai Mara, before crossing into Tanzania and exploring the Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater, home to over 25,000 large animals, including rare black rhinos.

Those looking for a shorter trip can save up to $500 per person on Goway’s eight-day Essential Kenya, a great choice for solo travellers since no single supplement applies for the first four travellers who book within eligible periods. Meanwhile, Essential Tanzania offers savings of up to $1,000 per couple. Four passengers travelling together can also enjoy a private trip at no extra cost. Solo travellers should also ask about departures on this trip, as limited spaces are available with no single supplement.

(http://www.Goway.com)


Travel Courier Issue Date: Nov 10, 2016
Posted in Africa

 

 

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