The Iconic Northern Circuit and Exotic Zanzibar | 16 Days

Adventure, Culture & Service

Join us on this once in a lifetime journey into Tanzania, home of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the great Serengeti, and the magical “Spice Island” of Zanzibar. This 16-day tour led by Rev. Kev and Unity members David and Danielle Mollel takes you through Tanzania’s most famous parks where you will see the “Big 5” up close in their natural habitat and a variety of other majestic fauna. Feel like an adventurer as you encounter a myriad of breathtaking landscapes deep in the African bush. Retreat to your luxurious accomodations where you’ll experience Tanzania’s warm hospitality and impeccable service. Savor delicious African-inspired continental cuisine prepared with the bounty of fresh, local ingredients. Learn about the culture of the Maasai (co-leader David’s tribe), as well as other vibrant local cultures, through some memorably authentic experiences. While in Maasailand, we will visit a Maasai orphanage that we will support with our service and donation of supplies. From our wildlife safari, we head off to enchanting Zanzibar, famous for its unspoiled tropical beauty, unique cultural richness, culinary delights, and the glorious abundance of the Indian Ocean in which it resides. Karibu Tanzania!


Destination: Arrival at Kilimanjaro National Airport (JRO); Transfer to Arusha
Accommodations: Ilboru Safari Lodge
Activities: International Arrival and check-in
Transfer time: 1 hour, 15 minutes

International Arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport at 7:55pm. After clearing customs, you will be met by an Adumu Safaris representative and transferred to the lovely Ilboru Safari Lodge. Nestled on the lower slopes of majestic Mt. Meru, this beautiful Swahili sanctuary is set on a five-acre plot, tucked away beneath ancient trees on the outskirts of Arusha town—a perfect place to relax after a long international trip. After settling into one of your comfortable cottages situated throughout the lushly landscaped grounds, enjoy a peaceful night’s rest in preparation for the two week adventure ahead of you! NB: if you are arriving earlier, you will be met accordingly and transferred to Ilboru, with meals available at the hotel.

Destination: Arusha
Accommodations: Ilboru Safari Lodge
Activities: Massage; Botanical Walk; Swahili Art Class; Arusha City Tour; African Mask Museum; or Organic Fair Trade Coffee Farm Walk and local lunch.
Transit Times: To Arusha City activities, 12 minutes; to Coffee Tour, 26 minutes

After breakfast at the lodge, followed by a welcome briefing by your tour leaders Rev. Kev, Danielle, David, you may enjoy the day as you wish. You can relax all day at the lodge where you can take a dip in the beautiful pool, socialize with friends over meals, or get a massage. You can also have the lodge’s local botanical specialist take you on a 1-2 hour walk, sharing his vast knowledge with you. Start at the Ilboru gardens, and from there you will tour the entire Ilboru area where you will find a large variety of beautiful and ancient trees. Learn about the history of the area and how it has evolved from before the time of the first German settlers. If you are feeling more energetic, we can arrange to have a local guide take you on a tour of Arusha city where you will visit the local food market, Maasai craft market, and natural history museum. Walk with your guide from Ilboru Village down to the main road where you’ll take local transport (“dala dala”) into town. This zany bus ride only takes ten minutes before you arrive at the market sites. Next comes a visit to the museum followed by a city walk, offering insights to understanding life in an African urban center like Arusha. Alternately, you could take a morning tour of the African Mask Museum. Return to the lodge and enjoy lunch in the lodge restaurant. In the afternoon and evening, you have free time to do as you please, or you could take a Swahili art class in Arusha where you will learn how to paint in the famous Tinga Tinga style. Or, you can go on a day-long excursion with one of our social impact partners, Tengeru Cultural Tourism Programme, on a fair trade coffee walk followed by a delicious local lunch prepared by Mama Gladness and a tree-planting to offset your carbon footprint. Return to the lodge for dinner with the group, some evening entertainment, and a good night’s sleep.

Destination: Tarangire National Park
Accommodations: Tarangire Safari Lodge
House Activities: Game Drive; (Optional) Massage
Transfer Time: 2 hours, 15 minutes

Today begins the incredible African wildlife portion of our safari, full of amazing encounters with wildlife, breathtaking natural scenes, as well as some life-changing cultural excursions and cross-cultural exchanges! After an early breakfast, our team of naturalist guides, led by David, will pick us up from Ilboru and drive 120km to Tarangire National Park for a late morning game drive. Enjoy a picnic lunch in the park and continue with afternoon game viewing—identify different species of mammals such as lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, python, zebra, oryx, impala, and more. Over 450 species of birds have been observed in this park, so get out your binoculars! This park is also known as the park of elephants and baobabs, both of which as are scattered everywhere. The Tarangire River is a vital source water to animals in the park where you are likely to find many major species behaving and interacting naturally. Arrive at Tarangire Safari Lodge for sundowners, perhaps a massage, dinner, and overnight in one of their charming circular bungalows, built in a similar style to the Maasai boma. These airy rooms are situated near a large watering hole, creating the opportunity to watch wildlife from your shaded verandah.

Destination: Lake Manyara National Park
Accommodations: Kirurumu Manyara Lodge
Activities: Game Drive; Maasai Ethno-Botanical Walk
Transfer Time: 1 hour, 45 minutes

Wake to the peaceful sounds of birds and wildlife, and perhaps enjoy a morning yoga session on the lodge’s wooden platform overlooking the Tarangire River. After breakfast, we will depart for a morning drive in Lake Manyara National Park, which lies at the base of the western wall of the eastern arm of the Rift Valley. Typically shimmering in a golden heat haze, the lake is often frosted with thousands of flamingos, while the trees that surround the lake are famous for their tree-climbing lions. The park also offers abundant sightings of monkeys, jackals, mongoose, hyenas, hyraxes, zebras, hippos, warthogs, buffalos, Maasai giraffes, duikers, waterbucks, and impalas. Significant numbers of elephants are also resident in the park, while sightings of black rhino and leopard are not uncommon. Before lunch, check into Kirurumu Manyara Lodge, set high on the edge of the Great Rift Valley where guests enjoy a marvelous panoramic view eastward over Lake Manyara, the Rift floor and Mt. Losimingori. Behind Kirurumu, the Ngorongoro Highlands rise in green and fertile splendor and form the gateway to Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge, and the Serengeti. After settling in and meeting camp staff, a member of one of the nearby Maasai villages, with whom Kirurumu enjoys fruitful relationships and supports through community-based tourism, will take us on an ethno-botanical walk where we will find herbs and plants used in traditional Maasai medicine, daily life, and rituals while learning more about Maasai culture from your guide. Towards sunset, we’ll return to camp and enjoy the melting sunset overlooking Lake Manyara and The Great Rift Valley from the sundeck before feasting in the open air dining room. After dinner, enjoy a performance by members of the nearby community of traditional dance and song, including the famous Adumu! Retreat to your tented room and sleep soundly to the night chorus of crickets, cicadas, tree frogs, and the occasional soulful call of a hyena and other passing wildlife.

Destination: Lake Manyara National Park
Accommodations: Kirurumu Manyara Lodge
Activities: Game Drive; Maasai Boma Visit
Transfer Time: N/A

Let the morning birds and the smell of fresh local coffee gently rouse you out of your slumber. After an early breakfast, we’ll depart the lodge for a brisk morning visit to a traditional Maasai boma. Take a look behind the scenes and experience how this semi-nomadic tribe lives in the traditional way. Meet the village elders, morani (warriors), Maasai women and their children, and learn about the importance of status and ranking within the family age groups. Return to camp for lunch and a stretch. Venture back out to the park and enjoy some late afternoon game viewing during which you can gain a different view of the fauna and flora of Lake Manyara. Retreat for dinner and another restful night at the lodge.

Destination: Ngorongoro Conservation Area; Endulen Village
Accommodations: Mysigio Camp or Ngorongoro Wild Camp
Activities: Service Visit to Ebeneza Maasai Children Center
Transfer Time: 2 hours to camp; 25 minutes from camp to Children Center

Today is a special day when we visit Ebeneza Maasai Children Center, supporting their mission of empowering orphans and other children in need from nearby Maasai villages through rehabilitaion, education, and training in self-reliance. We’ll meet with the director, Rev. Jackson Kipuyo, and enage with the children to learn more about the work being done. We willl volunteer our services, share our gifts, and learn how we can continue to support them long after our visit. The Center is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and frequented by giraffe and zebras right on the campus. We’ll share lunch with our little friends and have some of the elders on campus introduce us to some very authentic aspects of Maasai culture through their community-based tourism projects. In the evening, we’ll retreat to a sustainable, Maasai-run luxury highland camp for dinner and rest. NB: This is the only place in the Northern Circuit part of the itinerary where the group may stay at different camps, since no camps in this area can accommodate a group of our size.

Destination: Oldupai Gorge, Serengeti National Park
Accommodations: Serengeti Simba Lodge
Activities: Oldupai Gorge Visit; Game Drive
Transit time: 1.5 hours to Oldupai; leisurely game drive with stops en route to Simba, approx. 3-4 hours

Today we drive to the great Serengeti National Park, the world’s most famous game park. En route, we’ll stop and visit Oldupai Gorge (often misspelled as Olduvai), commonly referred to as the “Cradle of mankind”. This site is where the Leakeys made some of the world’s most important archaeological discoveries, including discovering the remains of several early hominids estimated to be around 3.7 million years old. Oldupai is the Maasai word for the wild sisal plant (Sansevieria ehrenbergii), which grows in the gorge. After a picnic lunch, we’ll continue on to an exciting game drive in the Serengeti. We will arrive at Serengeti Simba Lodge, named after the lion (simba in Swahili), which sits high on a hill with endless vistas of the great Serengeti plains. The ‘Serengeti Migration’, when millions of ungulates make their annual trek through the Serengeti eco-system, passes the lodge twice a year, and if we are lucky, since it often begins in June-July, we will be there to witness it! In any case, animal sightings right from your window are likely. After settling in to your thatched roof luxury “tent” with concrete tub, outdoor shower, and private verandah, after dinner, and perhaps a moonlit dip in the infinity pool, retreat to your room for a peaceful night of rest.

Destination: Serengeti National Park
Accommodations: Serengeti Simba Lodge
Activities: Game Drive; Waikoma Dance Performance; (Optional) Balloon Safari
Transit time: leisurely game drive with stops around the park from morning until late afternoon

After breakfast, we’ll continue with both morning and afternoon game drives in the great Serengeti National Park. Totaling 14,763 km2 in area, the park is appropriately named after the Maasai word for “endless plains”. Here you are certain to get up close and personal with the “Big Five” (Lions, Elephants, Rhinos, Leopards, and Cape Buffalo), if you haven’t already, and hosts of other iconic and lesser known species. Given the vast terrain, weather patterns, and migratory patterns of the innumerable species, many animals of the Serengeti are constantly on the move. This makes for an adventurous game drive! Our drives will depend on the move of the migrants; our expert naturalist guides know very well how to locate the herds. We’ll have a picnic lunch in the bush and return to the lodge in time for afternoon tea. After a stretch and perhaps a dip in the pool, we’ll meet in the dining room for dinner and great views of the Serengeti plains, followed by a traditional dance performance by a troupe from the nearby Waikoma village of Robanda. NB: If you opt to splurge on a balloon safari add-on, you would wake before sunrise on this day and be transported into the bush, viewing wild animals in there dusk-time routines en route, to your take-off point. After an unforgettable flight, return to earth for a luxury champagne breakfast, after which you and your companions will join back up with the group.

Destination: Serengeti National Park; Karatu
Accommodations: Farm of Dreams Lodge
Activities: Game Drive
Transit Time: 4 hours of game drive, broken up with stops and a picnic lunch; 2 hours from Serengeti Gate to lodge

Today, we’ll wake early, and after a cup of tea or coffee and some biscuits, we’ll depart on an early morning game drive back into the Serengeti. The earlier mornings are magical in Serengeti, when the wildlife is just waking up to greet the day. We will spend the day in the park, stopping for a picnic lunch. In the early evening, we’ll depart through the Serengeti Gate and travel back through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area to the town of Karatu on the western south slopes of Ngorongoro Crater at 1400 feet above sea level where resides Farm of Dreams Lodge. The lodge sits in a garden of flowers and vegetables and offers spectacular sweeping views of the surrounding hills. In the early evening, settle in to your warm and cozy rooms which overlook the reserve and tropical gardens and open up to a terrace furnished with a table and chairs. Perhaps, take a walk around the farm to contemplate the daily activities, relax in the fragrant gardens, take a dip in the pool, or just enjoy the spectacular sunsets before dinner, evening entertainment, and a good night’s rest.

Destination: Ngorongoro Crater; Arusha
Accommodations: Ilboru Safari Lodge
Activities: Crater Game Drive; Special Celebration
Transit time: 1 hour to Crater Gate; 1 hour Crater decent; 1 hour ascent; 3.5 hours to Arusha

After breakfast before sunrise, we’ll drive one hour to the to the crater and descend to its floor for a half-day tour, inclusive of a picnic lunch by the hippo pools. Often referred to as “the eighth wonder of the world” the Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa’s best-known wildlife areas. An UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is also one of the largest volcanic craters in the world (almost 20 kilometers wide, 610-760 meters deep and covering a total area of 264 square kilometers). An utterly unique biosphere, the Crater harbors grasslands, swamps, forests, saltpans, a fresh water lake and a glorious variety of birdlife, all enclosed within its towering walls. Due to its high concentration of wildlife, close-range viewing opportunities and striking scenery it is also Tanzania’s most visited destination. In the early evening, ascend once more to the rim of the Crater, head back toward Arusha and check back into Ilboru to freshen up before dinner. NB: Dinner this evening will feature a special celebration that is being planned—details forthcoming!

Destination: Stone Town, Zanzibar
Accommodations: Emerson on Hurumi or Emerson Spice House
Activities: Culinary Stone Town Tour and Chai Ceremony; Rooftop Dinner
Transit Time: 25 minutes to the airport; 1 hour, 20 minutes flight; 20 minutes from airport to hotel

After a hot breakfast, we will be driven to Kilimanjaro Airport to board our flight to the magical island of Zanzibar, which lies just off the coast of Tanzania, for a sublime conclusion to your East African holiday. We’ll be greeted at the Zanzibar airport and taken to historic Stone Town where we’ll will check in to one of the historic Emerson hotels, a pair of elegant boutique hotels that captures the essence of traditional Swahili architecture. Emerson Spice consists of three adjoining World Heritage site buildings in the exotic Kasbah of Zanzibar’s Stone Town. Two of the facades face a quaint square at the end of historic Tharia Street, a principal thoroughfare for walking tours of the city. The third façade looks down Tharia Street toward the Anglican Cathedral and the slave market. Nestled among the rear facades is a squared private courtyard containing an ancient well. Emerson on Hurumzi was once was the home of one of the richest men in the Swahili Empire, built in the 1870’s at a location and height from which he could obtain a clear view of the ocean and watch his vessels and precious cargo arrive in the nearby port of Malindi. The top of the building reaches a height of 80 ft and now houses the restaurant of Emerson on Hurumzi Hotel whist still commanding a magnificent view of the Indian Ocean and the jumble of rooftops, tea houses, mosques and spires which make up the birds eye view of Stone Town. After settling into our rooms, we will be met by our local guide and taken on walking culinary tour of Stone Town featuring , a perfect initiation into the sensory paradise that is Zanzibar. While savoring the local treats, including a proper lunch, you will learn about Stone Town history and contemporary life in Zanzibar. After lunch, we’ll all return to Emerson on Hurumzi for a traditional Zanzibar chai ceremony, during which we’ll learn more about the culinary traditions of Zanzibar, how Zanzibari chai is made, and for which occasion the special chai is served. Chai is accompanied by a variety of traditional Zanzibar sweets. Enjoy a little free time exploring Stone Town on foot or relax in your hotel before joining the group for a fantastic rooftop dinner celebration—a “Swahili food safari” with music performed by the Dhow Countries Music Academy. NB: Because historic Stone Town lodges are consist of smaller boutique hotels, our group will split into the two Emerson hotels for this part of the trip. We will be in walking distance of one another, however.

Destination: Stone Town; Tangawizi Spice Farm
Accommodations: Emerson on Hurumi or Emerson Spice House
Activities: Spice Tour; Swahili Cooking Lesson and Lunch; Forodhani Gardens Night Market
Transit Time: 30 minutes to Spice Farm; 30 minutes to Stone Town

Wake to the call to prayer echoing through the streets and the smell of freshly roasted Tanzanian coffee! Head to your hotel restaurant for breakfast, after which we will all board a bus and depart with our local guide to the village of Dole bordering the Masingini Forest for a tour of the Tangawizi Spice Farm. Zanzibar is known as the “Spice Island”, a name that evokes a romantic past infused with the particular aroma of cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, and lemongrass. Today, these, and many other spices, herbs, and tropical fruits are cultivated on the same plantations that have been producing them for centuries. A tour of the Tangawizi spice plantation starts with a drive through a profusion of greenery in the countryside and follows with a walk through the plantation where you will see and taste a variety of mouth-watering tropical fruits such as: jack fruit, pineapple, banana, green coconut (madafu), durian, love apple (matufaa), litchi (shoki-shoki), sour sop (mabungo), and star fruit (carambola); spices such as cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, black pepper, turmeric, and nutmeg. A full tour involves much more than edible plants—you will also have a chance to see the iodine plant, heena bush, ylang-ylang, lipstick tree, cacao, and coffee trees. The tour additionally includes a bit of history with a visit to the Kidichi Persian Baths built in 1850 by Seyyid Said bin Sultan for his Persian wife Princess Sheherezade, granddaughter of the Shah of Persia, and to the Maruhubi Palace Ruins built by the third Sultan of Zanzibar Seyyid Barghash for his 99 concubines. After the tour, walk to the outdoor kitchen to prepare a sumptuous Swahili meal using many of the spices and fruits you have just sampled, with the guidance of an expert Zanzibari home cook. After lunch return to your hotel and enjoy some free time to explore Stone Town, do some shopping, or just relax. In the evening, we will dine under torchlight at the most spectacular street food display at Forodhani Gardens Food Market on the seafront, an iconic Zanzibar experience. Sleep tight in your hotel.

Destination: Jozani Forest Reserve; Kizimkazi
Accommodations: Karamba Zanzibar
Activities: Jozani Forest Reserve Tour
Transit Time: 1 hour to Jozani; 30 minutes to resort

Rise with the call to prayer, enjoy an early breakfast, and depart for the south east of Ungunja, first stop: Jozani Forest Reserve. Jozani tropical rainforest (Jozani Chakwa Bay National Park) lies 35 kilometres southeast of Stone Town with an area of about 1,000 hectares. Long ago, you could find leopards and antelopes that are now reported extinct. At present, you will find primates such as the indigenous red colobus monkey, the blue Sykes monkey, and the adorable bush baby. The red colobus monkey is one of the most endangered and rarest species in the world. They are very friendly creatures, love to be photographed, and can be viewed at close quarters with the help of your guide. You are also likely to see some of the 50 butterfly species, 40 bird species, and several species of snake. Other interesting features of this ecosystem include the coastal evergreen bush land, mangrove forest, saline grassland, and ground water forest. Continue on to the fishing village of Kizimkazi, in Menai Bay (the largest conservation area in Zanzibar) on the southwest coast where lies Karamba Zanzibar, a tropical paradise­ of Palm trees, Banana trees and a lush garden with local flowers, white sandy beaches, sparkling clear warm water in­ turquoise lagoons and colorful coral reefs teeming with abundant marine life. After we check into our seafront cottages, we will grab lunch featuring homegrown produce and freshly caught fish in the lodge restaurant. Afterwards, enjoy relaxing at the lodge, taking a yoga class, getting an Ayurvedic spa treatment, or perhaps you. Are up for a swim in the infinity pool or the ocean. The dolphins in Menai Bay of Kizimkazi are known for being habituated to humans, so swimming here means an opportunity to swim with these playful, friendly creatures! Dinner at the restaurant, followed amazing sunsets and star gazing. Sleep to the sound of waves lapping outside your door.

Destination: Jambiani Village
Accommodations: Karamba Zanzibar
Activities: Jambiani Village Tour, Local Lunch, and Service Visit
Transit Time: 30 minutes to Jambiani and 30 minutes back

Wake to the sound of waves and step out onto the sand for a nice stretch! After a tropical breakfast, we’ll board a couple of buses and head to Jambiani Village for a tour and service visit. These community-based and led tours are different from day to day since village life also varies, but we will gain a glimpse into rural coastal life, and we are sure to witness the seaweed farming and production of local handicrafts that are always going on here. We will visit the village school, meet the children, and distribute donations which are included in this tour. We then proceed to a village mama’s house where she and her friends will show us how they make a Swahili style lunch with the fresh abundance the island has to offer. We’ll all partake in lunch together before heading back to the hotel and savoring the second part of the day however we wish. Beach dinner with more sunsets and stars, and more waves lulling you to sleep.

Destination: Fumba; Sand banks
Accommodations: Karamba Zanzibar
Activities: Dhow safari cruise
Transit Time: Minutes to port on foot; sailing by boat most of the day

Today features an exciting full day adventure on the sea! From close by the hotel, we’ll set sail into Menai Bay where you can glide alongside pods of dolphins, which local conservation efforts have allowed to flourish. Mid-morning, land on a powdery sandbank and enjoy snorkeling in the shallows or bask in the sun under the clear Zanzibari sky, then snorkel over two different reefs, both offering a variety of pristine marine life. After working up an appetite, the Kwale Island “restaurant” is ready and waiting for your arrival where you will feast on a freshly caught seafood buffet. Taste 10-15 of Zanzibar’s exotic fruits, and sip on Amarula and coffee. Mid-afternoon, discover all that Kwale island has to offer: sail on a traditional ngalawa canoe, explore the mangroves, climb an ancient baobab, witness the coral formations, swim or lounge the afternoon away on a day-bed on the beach. Finally, in late afternoon when the day is done, the crew hoists the lateen sail as you make a leisurely voyage back to Kizimkazi as the sun sets on your glorious day in paradise. Enjoy another island-to-table dinner on the sand.

Destination: Departure to Dar es Salaam; International departure home (11:55pm)
Activities: Free time and farewell dinner in Stone Town
Transit Times: 30 minutes to Stone Town; 30 minute flight to Dar es Salaam airport (7:40pm departure)

After breakfast and, perhaps, another swim or spa service, we will check out of the hotel by lunch and head to Stone Town. Our local tour guides will store your luggage in a safe place so that we have the opportunity to roam Stone Town freely, exploring what we may, visiting historic sites and museums, doing last minute shopping, and sampling the local food. Lunch will be on your own this day. At 4:30, we will meet up at a special place for our farewell dinner. At 6:30, we will head to the airport to fly from Zanzibar to Dar es Salaam, where we will board our international flight home. Kwaheri!


  • Pick up at JRO/ droff of at DAR airports
  • Flight from Arusha to Zanzibar
  • Flight from Zanzibar to Dar es Salaam
  • Entrance fees into the game parks/reserves
  • Crater service fee
  • Government Taxation
  • Professional naturalist guide
  • Transport and wildlife viewing in 4×4 Land cruiser with open roof hatches
  • All game drives and activities
  • All cultural excursions mentioned in the itinerary
  • Full board accommodations and additional meals, per itinerary
  • Plentiful drinking water (mineral water)
  • Coffee, tea, and fresh fruit juices as provided by accommodations
  • Alcoholic beverages and sodas at select lodges/camps
  • Chai Ceremony
  • Rooftop Dinner at Emerson on Huruzmi
  • Culinary Stone Town Tour
  • Spice Tour
  • Swahili Cooking Lesson
  • Jozani Forest Reserve Tour
  • Jambiani Village Tour
  • Dhow Safari Tour
  • Flying Doctor services in Tanzania
  • Currency Conversion Fee
  • Service charges
  • Maasai Empowerment Land Restoration Fund


  • International airfare & flights (group fares available)*
  • Passport & visa fees
  • Personal health insurance
  • Travel insurance (highly recommended and offered once you choose your accommodation options)
  • Dinner at Forodhani Gardens
  • Lunch on Day 16 during free time
  • Laundry services, unless provided by the lodges
  • Alcoholic beverages & sodas, except at select camps and lodges
  • Optional massages and spa services
  • All items of personal nature
  • Gratuities to safari guides and lodge/camp staff
  • Optional Serengeti Balloon Safari

*We plan to reserve a block of plane tickets from SFO to JRO and DAR to SFO, probably on KLM airlines, which will be available at the group rate when the June 2020 fares are opened (late July). All you will need is $100 to reserve your seat, and you will have until May to pay the balance of your ticket. Plan on fares hovering around $1500. Checking recently, we found that the fares on KLM were under $1300. Stay tuned for an announcement about how to book your seats in July.

Please note: Adumu Safaris makes every effort to customize your safari itinerary in order to cover areas where wildlife habitats are known to be plentiful during the season and precise time of year that you are traveling. However, since wild animals move freely in their environment, we cannot absolutely guarantee sightings of every species. We also use our best effort to provide the lodging set out in this itinerary, but occasionally there are circumstances that occur which require lodging substitutions. We reserve the right to make comparable lodging substitutions or upgrades whenever necessary or in your best interest to do so. Fortunately, we have vetted all of our lodges and stand by their ability to provide an amazing accommodation experience.






13 yrs & 1 adult...............................$4,500

*13 yrs & 2+ adults.........................$4,400

*Limited availability, offered on a first-come, first served basis. Please note that you will have the option to join up with other single travelers, if you so wish.

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