In Kenya, tour elephant, chimp and white rhino sanctuaries
Immerse yourself in the wilderness on a 12-day Holden Safaris tour designed for travelers who want to combine wildlife viewing with insights into the issues facing eastern Africa’s rhino, elephant, lion and chimpanzee populations.
Participants will visit an elephant orphanage in Kenya, a sanctuary for young elephants at Ithumba in Tsavo East National Park and learn about elephant behavior at Amboseli.
The trip features game drives, visits to a sanctuary for orphaned chimps and an opportunity to see the world’s three remaining northern white rhinos at the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The safari will be guided by Pat Awori, a lifelong conservation advocate who was born in Kenya and educated in the United States.
Dates: June 10-21
Price: $11,995 per person, double occupancy. Includes accommodations in tented camps and lodges, air and ground transportation within Kenya, meals, game drives, guided tours and park fees. International airfare not included.
Info: Holden Safaris, (877) 422-1350, (949) 873-6278
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