Posted on 08 April 2010.
For a sophisticated safari experience in Tanzania at an affordable price, The Selous Safari Company has introduced low season rates during high season dates.
Valid for travel from 1 June 2010 to 20 March 2011 at the Selous Safari Camp in the Selous Game Reserve and Jongomero Camp in the Ruaha National Park, those seeking a safari and beach holiday-of-a-lifetime can now benefit from sensational savings when visiting during the peak periods.
Offered across selected accommodation and dates, the low season rates are on a first-come, first-served basis and subject to availability. Bookable through tour operators, packages include: Continue Reading
Posted in Africa, WildLife Tour
Posted on 17 March 2010.
Discovery Adventures, the adventure travel brand developed in partnership with Discovery Channel and Gap Adventures, is offering an exclusive trip to the Galapagos Islands led by Discovery Channel Shark Advisor and Director of Biological Programs for Washington D.C.’s National Aquarium, Andy Dehart.
This one-of-a-kind destination tour – taking place June 19-28, 2010 – will showcase Dehart’s extensive knowledge of sharks through enriching lectures and multiple snorkeling expeditions. Adventurers interested in joining Discovery Channel “Shark Week” personality on this breathtaking excursion can book the tour at www.discoveryadventures.com.
Ecuador Galapagos Turtle
Dehart has appeared on numerous Discovery Channel productions including, Sharks Under Glass (2003), Shark Feeding Frenzy (2007), Day of the Shark (2008), Shark After Dark (2009) and Day of the Shark 2 (2009). Continue Reading
Posted in Travel and Tourism News, WildLife Tour
Posted on 03 March 2010.
Jongomero (www.selous.com) the only camp situated in the remote central south-western sector of the Ruaha National Park in Tanzania, is a hidden gem promising unmatched privacy and a great vantage point from which to take in the sights and sounds of the African bush.
So isolated, it has its own airstrip and guests are often treated to their first game viewing experience as they fly in with aerial glimpses of giraffe, buffalo and elephant.
Vast and untouched, Ruaha, after the annexation of two other major conservation areas, is now the largest National Park in Tanzania and stands at 23,000 sq km – substantially larger than Wales!
No other park in Tanzania epitomises the definition of “wild Africa” quite like Ruaha. The least well-known, yet to connoisseurs it is without doubt one of the most spectacular in Africa offering a landscape that is rugged and harsh. Continue Reading
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