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Deal: Kids go free on these bespoke Kenya and Tanzania safaris

If an African safari is on your bucket list this year, why not take the whole family? SkySafari by Elewana, a bespoke game-viewing tour operator, offers free spots for young children on eight-day safaris in Kenya and Tanzania.

The deal: Eight days with SkySafari means staying in luxury camps in the Elewana Collection, staying in places like the Arusha Coffee Lodge and Tarangire Treetops in Tanzania and Hemingways Nairobi and Elsa's Kopje Meru in Kenya.

Tours cost $6,429 to $7,263 per person, depending on what time of year you go. Under this deal, up to two children age 11 and younger come along for free -- provided two adults pay full fare. Kids receive accommodation, meals, drinks, activities and more.

When: The offer is good for trips through June 15.


Details: These safaris are geared for those who want to spend most of their time exploring the land and seeing lions, elephants and giraffes. Participants travel on a Cessna Grand Caravan plane from point to point.

One note: Tour costs don't include international airfare to and from Africa.

Info: SkySafari by Elewana, e-mail


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