African safari specialist Extraordinary Journeys (EJ Africa) is marking Earth Day and the launch of two new films shot in Kenya (Disney’s “African Cats” and IMAX’s “Born to Be Wild”) with the offer to experience the story behind the story.
Pricing for the eight-day, all-inclusive “Great Cats and Magnificent Elephants” safari starts at $4,400 per person double.
For each trip booked, EJ Africa will adopt an elephant on the clients’ behalf. For more information, visit www.extraordinaryjourneys.net/english/safari-itinerary/elephants-and-lions.htm
Highlights include a members-only visit to the Daphne Sheldrick elephant orphanage in Nairobi, as well as time spent in Amboseli, which is noted for its abundant and well-protected elephant population sheltered by Mt. Kilimanjaro.
The safari ends in the Mara Triangle, which is where the filming took place for Disney’s “African Cats.”
The price per person starts at $4,400 per person ($500 per person high season supplement for June 16-Sept. 31 and late December).
Prices include commission and all hotels, lodges, park and entrance fees, transfers and sight-seeing, game drives, most meals and all flights within Kenya. For elephant adoption, visit www.sheldrickwildlifetrust.org/asp/fostering.asp.
Run by a mother-daughter team, EJ Africa organizes trips for honeymooners, families and individual travelers to Botswana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia.
Mixing and matching safaris, camps, lodges, and villas, with travel by private planes, 4x4s, hot air balloons, elephant, camel and even horse, EJ Africa has planned more than 300 trips to Africa and no two have been the same.
For more information, visit www.ejafrica.com
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