Africa by Private Jet with National Geographic Expeditions
August 26, 2019Return to Events
Discover the wonders of Africa with top National Geographic experts, visiting six countries and taking in a wide spectrum of wildlife, landscapes, and cultures. Encounter an array of legendary creatures in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park and get acquainted with Madagascar’s quirky lemurs. In South Africa, pay a poignant visit to Robben Island and venture to the Cradle of Humankind to examine renowned fossil sites. Search for Namibia’s desert-adapted species, glide in a canoe through Botswana’s Okavango Delta, and trek into Rwanda’s forests to search for endangered mountain gorillas.
A world-class team of experts will accompany this expedition to share their knowledge and insights with you and bring each destination to life. Ami Vitale will be accompanying this expedition on the Aug 26-Sep 13, 2019 dates. Learn more and reserve at nationalgeographic.com/expeditions
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