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Conquer the waterfall, immerse in the cultural village, witness stunning hills and explore unspoiled beaches. Video Credit: 9to9 Creative House o.b. Indonesia.Travel
DAY 1 : AIRPORT - UBUD HOTEL Welcome to Bali! Upon arrival, you will be greeted by your teman at the airport and will be taken to the hotel to check in. Today, you are free to enjoy ... moreyour leisure time at the resort until the end the day.

Accommodations : Villa Sarasvati Ubud (4*) or similar


After breakfast, you will drive to the highland of Central Bali where you will do soft trekking to reach Tukad Cepung / Tibumana Waterfall. The picturesque waterfall set in between massive grottos is one of the most beautiful and hidden site in Bali. Next, you will visit Tegalalang Rice Terrace. Walk through the astonishing and iconic piece of Ubud. Continue to Ubud centre, you will be guided to visit Ubud Monkey Forest, Blanco Museum, and Istana Ubud.

Accommodations : Villa Sarasvati Ubud (4*) or similar


Your first destination is Penglipuran Village, a well-preserved traditional village of Bali. Visit the locals’ houses, stroll around the bamboo forest and try out the local refreshment. In the afternoon, you will travel to East Bali to visit Virgin Beach. Near sunset, you will catch an ojek (motorcycle ride) to Bukit Asah Bubug for breathtaking sunset view.

Accommodations : Candi Beach Resort & Spa (4*) or similar


It’s leisure time, spend the day at your own pace.

Accommodations : Candi Beach Resort & Spa (4*) or similar


Your fifth day in Bali is the day you explore the last frontier of Bali, the island of Nusa Penida. Early morning, you will be transferred to the port to hop on your fast boat to Nusa Penida.

Upon arrival, you will be driven around the island to visit the iconic places of Nusa Penida. Marvel the breathtaking sites of Kelingking Beach, Broken Beach, and Angel’s Billabong. Enjoy your lunch before you snorkel at Crystal Bay, home to beautiful coral reefs and marine life.

At 3PM, you will transfer back to mainland with fast boat and rest at your accommodation.

Accommodations : Inaya Putri Bali (5*) or similar


After breakfast, you will visit Seminyak and are free to shop or hangout around the area, before continuing to South Bali.
Continue to Jimbaran, it’s time to savor Bali’s authentic seafood dinner right by the beach.

Accommodations : Inaya Putri Bali (5*) or similar


It’s leisure time, spend the day at your own pace.

Accommodations : Inaya Putri Bali (5*) or similar


After check out from your accommodation, your teman will escort you to the souvenir shops. Bring back home Bali’s authentic snacks, art crafts and woven fabrics.

Depending on your flight schedule, you would be driven back to the airport.

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· A mix of game drives and walking safaris for varied and spectacular game viewing · Expert guides with an infinite knowledge of each area... more

· Exclusive accommodation that blends comfort and style with the ultimate wilderness experience

Perfect for

· Adventure seekers

· Wildlife enthusiasts

· Romantic travel
12 DAYS-11 NIGHTS DAY-1 Arrive to Kilimanjaro Airport, Transfer to Arusha Accommodation: Lake Duluti Lodge Activity note: Kilimanjaro International Airport to the Arusha hotel is ... moreapproximately 25 miles; about 1 hour.


Evening: Upon arriving at the lodge, we will check in and get our room assignments. Our Group Leader will be on hand to provide assistance as needed. The rest of the evening will be at leisure so we can get a good night's rest in preparation for the day ahead.


Orientation, Arusha National Park

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Accommodation: Lake Duluti Lodge

Activity note: From the hotel to Arusha National Park is approximately 30 miles; about 1 hour.

Breakfast: At the lodge plus coffee, tea, water.

Morning: Orientation: 8 a.m. tour leader will greet everyone with a warm welcome and lead introductions. We will review the up-to-date program schedule and any changes, discuss roles and responsibilities, logistics, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have. Meals on our program feature local and international cuisine. In many cases, they will be plated and served set meals; in others, we will have buffets with multiple options. Beverages include coffee, tea, water; other beverages are usually available for purchase. The transportation used throughout our program for transfers and game drives will be provided by four-wheel drive safari vans with pop-tops. Driving distances and times noted in your program itinerary are estimates. Actual driving times might vary depending on local traffic, road conditions and weather. Free time is reserved for your personal independent exploration. Please note that program activities, schedules, and personnel may need to change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding. Following our orientation, we will learn about Tanzania's history, economy and people during a presentation given by a local expert. Next, we will board our safari vehicles and transfer to Arusha National Park, arriving in time for lunch.

Lunch: Box lunch at Arusha National Park.

Afternoon: At Arusha National Park, we will accompany a park ranger on a nature walk on local trails. During our explorations we hope to get close-up views of local wildlife in their natural habitat. Some animals we might be lucky to spot include giraffes, zebras, baboons, buffalo and warthogs. Next, we will board our safari vehicles and drive back to the lodge. Once there, we will have the rest of the afternoon free to relax, take a dip in the pool and recharge our batteries.

Dinner: At the lodge plus coffee, tea, water; other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Time at leisure.


Visit Maasai Village

Around Tarangire National Park

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Accommodation: Tarangire Osupuko Lodge

Activity note: From Arusha to Tarangire National Park is approximately 100 miles; about 3.5 hours.

Breakfast: At the lodge.

Morning: After checking out of the lodge and loading our safari vehicles, we will begin our drive to Tarangire. Along the way, we will make a brief stop at a local market in Arusha. We will purchase food items that we will gift later on to a Maasai community during a visit to their village. Next, we will stop at Shanga--a project in Arusha that trains and employs locals with various disabilities in the production of jewelry and crafts. A member of the project will walk us through the gallery and share the inspirational story behind the creation and success of Shanga. We'll continue our drive to Tarangire, arriving at the lodge in time for lunch.

Lunch: At the lodge plus coffee, tea, water. Other beverages available for purchase.

Afternoon: Check in and room assignments followed by free time to rest and relax at the lodge. Late in the afternoon we will transfer in safari vehicles to a local Maasai village. The food we purchased at the market in Arusha will be donated to the village. Our Group Leader will help introduce us to members of the community and we will learn about Maasai culture and their way of life. Return to the lodge. A pre-dinner talk by a local expert will focus on Tarangire's large population of elephants in preparation for our activities in the park.

Dinner: At the lodge plus coffee, tea, water. Other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Time at leisure.


Game Drives in Tarangire National Park

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Accommodation: Tarangire Osupuko Lodge

Breakfast: Early breakfast at the lodge plus coffee, tea, water.

Morning: We will board our safari vehicles and drive into Tarangire National Park for a day of safari game drives in search of local wildlife. The Tarangire River snakes through the national park that bears its name. Wildlife travel long distances; drawn to the area's only permanent river. The 1,096 square miles of protected lands are home to a large variety of game such as: wildebeests, elephants, zebras, gazelles, elands, gerenuks, lions and leopards. Extensive grasslands, dusted with the occasional acacia or baobab tree, provide the optimum conditions for viewing wild animals.

Lunch: Box lunch in the park.

Afternoon: We'll resume our game drives in Tarangire, looking for resident wildlife. Mid-afternoon return to the lodge, followed by free time.
Dinner: At the lodge.
Evening: Time at leisure.


Mto wa Mbu Village, Transfer to Ngorongoro Conservation Area

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Accommodation: Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Activity note: From Tarangire to Mto wa Mbu is approximately 66 miles; about 2 hours. Mto wa Mbu to Ngorongoro Crater is approximately 40 miles; about 1.5 hours.

Breakfast: At the lodge.

Morning: After check out, we will begin our transfer to the Ngorongoro Crater via Mto wa Mbu Village. At Mto wa Mbu Village, we will participate in a painting workshop with a local artist. We will learn the origin of the colorful Tanzanian paintings called Tinga Tinga (also Tingatinga) and how they are made.

Lunch: At Mto wa Mbu Village, we will learn how to make chapattis (a flat bread that resembles a flour tortilla) and then enjoy a traditional meal with members of the community.

Afternoon: We'll continue our transfer to Ngorongoro, making a stop at a lookout point to enjoy a panoramic view of the Great Rift Valley. The Great Rift Valley is a wide valley that extends from Syria in Western Asia, then down through East Africa, all the way to Mozambique in Southern Africa. This incredible geological feature is the result of a break and shift in layered segments of the planet’s crust (called tectonic plates). The separation of two plates pulling in opposite directions led to the creation of a deep valley dotted with lakes and edged by mountains and volcanoes. Once we arrive at our lodge we will check in and settle into our rooms. Next we will meet our Group Leader for a brief orientation of next day's activities.

Dinner: At the lodge plus coffee, tea, water. Other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.


Game Drive in Ngorongoro Crater, Transfer to Serengeti

Central Serengeti

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Semi-permanent Tented Camp - Central Serengeti

Activity note: From Ngorongoro to Central Serengeti is approximately 109 miles; about 3 hours.

Breakfast: Early breakfast at the lodge plus coffee, tea, water.

Morning: Check out of the lodge. After leaving our lodge we will begin our descent into the Ngorongoro Crater in preparation for a full morning game drive among one of the most unique concentrations of wildlife on earth. Ngorongoro Crater is the star attraction in Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Conservation Area (5,152 sq miles); a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. The massive volcanic crater occupies an area of approximately 186.41 sq miles and is 1,968 feet deep. Vast grasslands cover most of the crater floor and provide ample grazing for resident zebras, gazelles, wildebeest, elephants, warthogs and rhinos. With such a large number of prey species contained within the crater, it is not surprising that Ngorongoro is also home to a dense population of lions. As the morning comes to a close we will drive out of the crater and begin our transfer to the Serengeti.

Lunch: Picnic-lunch route.

Afternoon: We'll continue our transfer to Central Serengeti, enjoying wildlife viewing along the way. After we arrive at our camp, settle into our accommodations and stretch our legs a bit, we will join our Group Leader for an overview of next day's activities.

Dinner: At the camp plus coffee, tea, water. Other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.


Game Drives in Central Serengeti

Central Serengeti

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Semi-permanent Tented Camp - Central Serengeti

Breakfast: Early breakfast at the camp, plus coffee, tea, water.

Morning: After breakfast, we will begin our first game drive of the day in the Serengeti. Wildlife viewing is usually best early in the morning, when animals take advantage of the cooler temperatures to hunt and forage.

Lunch: Picnic-style lunch in the Serengeti.

Afternoon: Continue with game drives in the Serengeti. Late in the afternoon we will return to the camp and freshen up before dinner.

Dinner: At the camp.

Evening: We’ll join our tour leader around the campfire for a talk about wildebeests and their adaptation mechanisms.


Game Drives in Central Serengeti

Central Serengeti


Semi-permanent Tented Camp - Central Serengeti

Breakfast: Early breakfast at the camp.

Morning: After breakfast, we will board our safari vehicles and begin our game drive in the Serengeti.

Lunch: Picnic-style lunch in the Serengeti.

Afternoon: Transfer to the the Serengeti National Park Headquarters, enjoying some game viewing en route. At the headquarters, a park ranger will talk to us about the role of rangers and other staff in monitoring and protecting the wildlife in the Serengeti National Park. Return to camp.

Dinner: At the camp.

Evening: We'll meet our tour leader for one final campfire talk in the Serengeti. As we sit under the seemingly endless African sky, we'll learn about the great animal migration that takes place across the Serengeti Plains every year.


Olduvai Gorge Archaeological Site, Transfer to Karatu Area


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Acacia Farm Lodge

Activity note: From Central Serengeti to Olduvai G orge is approximately 75 miles; about 3 hours. From Olduvai Gorge to Karatu is approximately 46 miles; about 2 hours.

Breakfast: At the camp.

Morning: We will check out of our camp this morning and begin our drive to Karatu with a stop at the Olduvai (also known as Oldupai) Gorge to view its archaeological site. A local expert will reveal information about the important hominid fossils and tools discovered by paleoanthropologists Louis and Mary Leakey.

Lunch: Box lunch at Olduvai Gorge.

Afternoon: Next, we will continue our transfer to Karatu. Once at the lodge, we will check in and settle into our rooms and then have the rest of the afternoon free to enjoy the pool or rest before dinner.

Dinner: At the lodge plus coffee, tea, water. Other beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY- 10

Interacting with Local School kids


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Accommodation: Acacia Farm Lodge

Activity note: The approximately 30-minute walk from the rural school to the local village will take place on slightly undulating, dirt paths/roads. Wear tennis shoes and bring a hat, sunscreen and bug repellent. It is not mandatory to bring anything to donate to the school and/or the children. However, anyone wishing to do so might consider bringing a few basic school supplies such as pencils and erasers, pens, colored markers, etc. to donate during the visit.

Breakfast: At the lodge plus coffee, tea, water.

Morning: After leaving the lodge early this morning we will drive to a local school. We will learn what a typical school day in Tanzania is like as we interact with teachers and students and sit in on classes.

Lunch: At the local school.

Afternoon: After the classes are done for the day, we will join a couple of schoolchildren on their walk home to a nearby village. During our journey we will learn from the children what it takes for them to get to and from school every day. As we reach the village, we will have the opportunity to see how the kids live and also meet some members of the community. We will walk back to the school and board our vehicles for our return to the lodge. At the lodge will have free time to enjoy the swimming pool and relax before dinner,

Dinner: Farewell dinner at the lodge.

Evening: At leisure.

Enjoy your last night in Tanzania and preparation for next day's activities.


Drive to Arusha, International Flights, Program Concludes


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Lake Duluti Lodge

Activity note: From Karatu to Arusha is approximately 96 miles; less than 3 hours. Hotel dayroom only (check out by 6:00 p.m.); no overnight accommodations are included on this day. The drive to Kilimanjaro International Airport is approximately 25 miles; about 1 hour.

Breakfast: At the lodge.

Morning: Check out of the lodge and transfer to Arusha.

Lunch: A local family will host us for lunch at their home.

Afternoon: Transfer to Lake Duluti Lodge and check in. Next, enjoy free time to rest, finish packing luggage, or freshening-up before catching a night flight to the home. Before leaving for the airport, we'll enjoy a light snack at the hotel. Check out will be by 6 p.m.

Dinner: On your own.

Evening: Transfer to the Kilimanjaro International Airport and check-in for overnight flight to the back home. This concludes the program. If you are returning home, safe travels. If you are staying on independently, have a wonderful time.

We hope you enjoyed safari with us.
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Lofoten, Norway
Feel the power of peace and tranquility under the Northern Lights in Lofoten™.
We offer a 3 night package designed for giving you the best possible chance to see the Northern Lights in Lofoten™. We use local guides with experience and know-how.... more

Your accommodation will be in our cozy and traditional waterfront fisherman cabins (rorbu).

In Lofoten we live beneath the Auroral Oval. This is a belt of light that encircles the geomagnetic poles, and here your have the best chance of seeing the Northern Lights. Our guide will take you out to the best spots to experience this amazing nature phenomenon.

You´ll get the information you need meeting with your guide on arrival night.


3 x nights in a double room in your private rorbu cabin

3 x breakfast

2 x Northern Lights Hunt™.
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This is a classic circle tour around Iceland, including all the major sights of interest along the ring road with the addition of Snaefellsnes peninsula. ... more
Highlights include the Golden Circle, Jokulsarlon Glacial Lagoon, Lake Myvatn and Dettifoss waterfall just to name a few. The Classic Circle offers an even pace to enjoy the serenity of Icelandic nature with views of volcanic mountains and craters, lakes, waterfalls, clear rivers, green meadows dotted with flowes and patches of arctic cottongrass with sheep roaming around freely. All this in contrast with the whiteness of glaciers.
ITINERARY  Day 1: ARRIVAL – KEFLAVIK – REYKJAVIK  Individual arrival to Iceland. Transfer, self organised, from Keflavik international airport to Reykjavik and your accommodation (transfers ... morecan be pre booked through Nonni Travel). 

Drive north out of the city along the ring road to Borgarfjordur and further to Snaefellsnes peninsula which is often referred to as the Iceland in miniature since practically all natural phenomena that you find around Iceland can be found there – only on a slightly smaller scale! Lava fields, volcanic craters, glacier, waterfalls, sandy beaches, charming fishing towns, bird cliffs and more.Snaefellsnes peninsula is also the only area in Iceland where mineral water springs can be found. Accommodation in Borgarnes.

From Borgarnes we head north along the ring road towards Hrutafjordur continuing along the fjords and through green pastures and valleys towards Skagafjordur. Holar in Hjaltadalur with the old cathedral is one of the historical sights of interest along the way before we continue north around the Troll peninsula to Siglufjordur, a charming fishing town at the foot of the high mountains where we stay overnight.
For some departures the accommodation will be at Holar and we drive to Siglufjordur the next morning. 

In the morning some time free to explore Siglufjordur or visit the award winning Herring Era museum. Around noon we depart Siglufjordur and drive south along the coast of Eyjafjordur. The scenic route along the fjord offers great views of Hrisey Island and the mountainous landscape on the way to Akureyri. 
Along the way there is a possibility to stop at one of the small fishing villages and have an optional visit to a local micro-brewery or try out a beer spa (not included in the price).
In Akureyri we start with a short orientation sightseeing drive around this charming town with numerous interesting museums, the northernmost botanical garden, etc. Rest of the day free to explore the city or possibility for an optional tour (e.g. whale watching, horseback riding, sailing to Hrisey/Grimsey Island, etc.). Accommodation in Akureyri.

We drive east along Eyjafjordur to Godafoss waterfall Then continue to Laxa river and Lake Myvatn area where we spend the day exploring the natural volcanic wonders. We enter the Rift zone and along the way you will see clear signs of past activity, as recent as 1975-84. Among the highlights are pseudocraters at Skutustadir, Dimmuborgir (The Dark Castle) and the solfatara field at Namaskard with its boiling mud pits and steam vents.
In summer months the Lake is teeming with bird life as various bird and duck species come nesting in the surroundings of the lake. There will also be with several possibilities for short (easy) hikes and a chance for a relaxing bath in the Nature Baths geothermal lagoon. Accommodation in the area of Lake Myvatn or in Husavik.

We drive around the Tjornes peninsula. Reaching the northern tip of Jokulsargljufur national park we stop at Asbyrgi, a horseshoe shaped canyon. We continue south towards the Dettifoss – Europe's most powerful waterfall. Further east the drive takes us through the desert land of Modrudalsoraefi with views of Mt Herdubreid – considered to be one of the most beautiful mountains in Iceland. On our way further through Jokuldalur we can enjoy the view of numerous waterfalls that drop down from the top of the hills. The drive goes through Egilsstadir and the day ends in the East fjords. Accommodation in the area.

We drive along the East Fjords coastal road towards Hofn and continue along the Vatnajokull glacier and its outlets. At the Jokulsarlon glacier lagoon an optional amphibian boat tour amongst the icebergs is available. Here we are also within walking distance of the sea. If lucky, we might spot a seal near the shore or even in the lagoon. The next stop will be Skaftafell national park – a green oasis surrounded by the glacier and the sands of glacial rivers. Here we have a chance for a walk through the park to Svartifoss waterfall. Overnight at a country hotel in the area of Skaftafell or Kirkjubaejarklaustur.

We travel across the sands of glacial rivers and lava fields towards the village Kirkjubaejarklaustur and further to Vik. Here we can observe the Reynisdrangar cliffs in the sea and the black sandy beach that stretches as far as the eye can see. We stop at Reynisfjara beach or Dyrholaey and continue towards Solheimajokull glacier and make a stop at Skogar with the impressive Skogafoss waterfall. At Thorvaldseyri we will visit the exhibition on the infamous volcano eruption of 2010. Further along the way another stop will be made at Seljalandsfoss waterfall and we end the day in in the area of Selfoss.

Today we have three more highlights to visit. First we drive to Gullfoss waterfall – the Golden Falls which drops in two cascades deep into the gorge of Hvita glacial river; we visit the Geysir geothermal area with an abundance of hot springs. We wait for the most active of the geysers, Strokkur, which spouts a steaming column of water into the air every 5-10 minutes. Continuing past Lake Laugarvatn we drive to Thingvellir national park, the site of the first parliament, founded in 930. Thingvellir was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site for its cultural value. The Lake with its surroundings is a place of great geological interest. We end the day at our accommodation in Reykjavik.

Breakfast and transfer to Keflavik airport under own arrangement in time for flight departure.

Available dates:

14 June - 23 June 2018
21 June - 30 June 2018 / also guided in German /separate tour
05 July – 14 July 2018
12 July - 21 July 2018
19 July - 28 July 2018
09 August – 18 August 2018
16 August - 25 August 2018

Price per person: ISK 362.900
Supplement for single room: ISK 111.900

(small groups - max. 16 participants)

Included in the package price:

Coach with English speaking driver-guide as per itinerary (day 2 – day 9) 

9 nights accommodation in double/twin rooms with private facilities,breakfast included

5 x dinners

Admission fee to Herring Era Museum

Not included in the package price: optional tours, admission to museums and meals others than specified above.

Other departures, with guaranteed accommodation, available for private groups and self-drive:

17 May - 26 May 2018
24 May - 2 June 2018
31 May - 09 June 2018
07 June - 16 June 2018
28 June - 07 July 2018
23 August - 01 September 2018
11 September - 20 September 2018
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Sri Lanka
This package is for the adrenaline junkies who yearn for high intensity activities! You will hike through the beautiful plateau of Horton plains, raft through the powerful rapids in ... moreKithulgala, snorkel at the countries protected marine park and finally learn to surf in one of the best surfing destinations in the world!
Itinerary Day 1- Arrival in Colombo Pick up from airport and transfer to hotel You will be met by a crew member who will welcome you and review the details of the tour with you and ... morethereafter drop you off at your hotel in Colombo.

Day 2- Travel to Horton Plains for hiking
Travel time- 6 hours
You will be met by your chauffeur guide at your hotel who will then transport you to Horton Plains. You will spend the evening hiking in Horton plains and will then return to your hotel in Nuwara Eliya where you will spend the night and relax.

Day 3- Travel to Kithulgala for white water rafting
Travel time- 2 hours
You will be transported to Kithulgala from Nuwara Eliya. In Kithulgala, you will enjoy a session of white water rafting and river bathing

Day 4- Travel to Trincomalee for a session of snorkeling
Travel time- 5 and half hours
You will travel to Trincomalee from Kithulgala where you go on a snorkeling trip to a protected marine part called Pigeon Island where you will see several species of fish. You will spend the rest of the day at your leisure at your hotel.

Day 5- Travel to Arugambay for a surfing lesson
Travel time- 5 hours
You will travel to Arugambay from Trincomalee where you will spend the day out in the ocean learning how to surf. You can also spend your time swimming in the ocean and finally have a well deserved rest in the night at your hotel.

Day 6-Return to Colombo
Travel time- 7 and half hours
You will return to Colombo and your trusted chauffeur guide will drop you off at the airport and ensure you are on time for your flight.

This package includes some strenuous activities but nothing a healthy individual cannot handle!

Age requirement
Suitable for ages above 12

Service Level
Standard (Comfortable accommodation in star class hotels with private transport with chauffeur)


Accommodation on half board basis

Private vehicle with A/C

All entry tickets and activities

Dedicated guide (Adventure taker)



Mid day meals
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Kenya Masai Mara Safaris Kenya masai mara safaris are the most sort out after wildlife safaris in kenya. Tthey offer to the traveler the connection he needs with nature and experience ... morefirst hand interaction with nature.When was your last great family vacation? A trip when your kids clamoured to your room to wake you up filled with the excitement of today’s excursions? A journey filled with sights you’d never believe and experiences you’ll never forget? When was the last time you rode horse back through the plains or watched the stars with your family curled up around you? With this once-in- a-lifetime adventure to Kenya, there’s never been a better time to refresh yourself. . While all is done in this epic 13 days kenya safari for sure you will one day come back for Kenya masai mara safaris


DEPARTURE TIME – Please Ready by 6: 30 AM for a prompt departure at 7:30 AM

RETURN TIME- Approximately 2:30 PM.

WEAR – Comfortable clothing, boots, hat, jacket, Camera, Binocular and sunscreen.

Avavailability All through the year

Pricing Per person
Minimum Travelers 2

Departure location
From the airport or your place of stay
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This tour package combines the incredible gorilla trekking experience in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and a wonderful safari in Queen Elizabeth National Park - home to a variety ... moreof wildlife and beautiful scenery. Both parks are situated in the highly scenic south western Uganda.
Day 1: Travel to Bwindi Gorilla Park After breakfast from your hotel of residence, drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest via Masaka - Mbarara with stopover at the equator for snacks ... moreand photo shooting. Lunch en-route. Along the way at Agip motel, you will enjoy the scenic views of vegetations and kigezi highlands. Arrive in Bwindi the home of the endangered mountain gorillas in the evening. Dinner and overnight at the lodge.

Day 2: Gorilla tracking in Bwindi forest National Park
Have an early cup of tea/coffee, pick packed lunch and enough drinking water, and transfer to the park offices to allocate a gorilla family and be briefed by the rangers. Thereafter transfer to the start of the trek and head into the thick jungles to find these great apes. After an hour of observing and photographing the Mountain Gorillas, return to meet your driver, transfer to the park offices once again to receive your certificates, and thereafter return to the lodge for lunch, relax, dinner and overnight.

Day 3: Transfer to Queen Elizabeth Game park - afternoon Boat cruise on kazinga channel
After early breakfast, check out and travel to Queen Elizabeth National Park. Check in at your accommodation to refresh and have lunch. Later transfer to the Kazinga Channel for a boat ride. Enjoy an array of wildlife and birds lining the banks the channel, including Hippos, Buffaloes, Elephants, Antelopes and Monitor Lizards. Return and transfer to your lodge for dinner and overnight.

Day 4: Morning game drive and travel back to Kampala
After breakfast in the morning, check out, have a morning game drive as you drive out of the park, this usually takes 2-3 hours and thereafter, drive back to Kampala. Lunch is en-route in Mbarara at Agip motel. Another stop is made at the Equator point for some photo moments. Continue to Kampala and drop off at your hotel or transfer to Entebbe International Airport for your evening flight.
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Annapurna Base Camp Trek is one of the most popular treks in the Annapurna Region Trekking Package. The trek provides views of both cultural and natural beauties around mid western ... morepart of Nepal. Trekkers have always demanded and admired this route for trekking.
Itinerary DAY 01: Arrival in Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264ft) DAY 02 : Fly to Pokhara (823m/2,700ft), trek to Ghandruk (1940m/6360 ft): 30 minutes flight, 5 - 6 hours trek... more
DAY 03: Ghandruk to Chhomrong (2170m/7120ft): 5 - 6 hours
DAY 04: Chhomrong to Bamboo (2310m/7578ft): 4 - 5 hours
DAY 05 : Bamboo to Deurali (3230m/10,595ft): 3 - 4 hours
DAY 06 : Deurali to Annapurna Base Camp (4,130m/13,545ft) via Machhapuchhre Base Camp (3700m/12135ft): 5- 6 hours
DAY 07: Annapurna Base Camp to Bamboo: 7 – 8 hours
DAY 08: Bamboo to Jhinu Danda (1760m/5770 ft): 5 - 6 hours
DAY 09 : Trek to Naya Pul then drive to Pokhara: 6 hours trek, 1 hour drive
DAY 10: Fly to Kathmandu
DAY 11: Final Departure


From airport to hotel and hotel to airport transfer by private vehicle

Three nights’ accommodation in a 3-star hotel in Kathmandu with Buffest breakfast

Welcome or farewell dinners (depend up to your arrival and departure time)

Kathmandu to Kathmandu surface transportation ( road and flight )

Transportation road and flight for Guide and Nepali crews while applicable

An experienced English-speaking trek leader (trekking guide), assistant trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide) and High Altitude trekking local Sherpa porters to carry your luggage (2 trekkers:1 porter maximum weight 20 kg) including their allowance wages ,salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging expenses during a trek

Full board meals BLD ( breakfast, lunch, and Dinner) during the trek as per available food menu in tea houses/Lodges

Three times a cup of tea or coffee during the trek

Teahouse/Lodge accommodation during trek on twin sharing basic (will provide single bedroom where ever available if you traveling solo travelers)

Down jacket and trekking Equipment for local Staff

Annapurna conservation area Permit Fee (ACAP)

TIMS card Permit (Trekkers Information Management System) for responsible tourism and porter protects

Basic group medical supplies for normal health problem and injured (First Aid medical kit will be available)

Medical and health insurance for local crew members

All government and local taxes (25% income tax and 13% Vat )

Not included

Nepal Visa fee USD25 for 15 days, USD40 for 30 days or if extending your stay USD100 for 90 days. All are multiple entries. You will also need a passport photo. The visa fee can be paid in US Dollars, Pounds Sterling or Euros. (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)

International flight ticket to arrive in Kathmandu

Excess baggage charges( 15kg allowed ok Kathmandu Lukla flight ) 1kg = $1 USD

Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu

Lunch and Dinner in Pokhara

Meals and accommodation in Kathmandu if early return from the mountain(due to any reason) than the scheduled itinerary

Personal expenses ( Telephone calls, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, bottle or boiled water, shower etc)

Helicopter evacuation and emergency rescue

Any other items which is not in include section
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