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Bigger, more immersive and experiential travel to Africa is in high demand, and EF Go Ahead Tours is riding the wave by adding two new tours to Kenya to its already splendid array of African tours.

Kenya is known as one of the world’s top places for spotting wildlife, and EF Go Ahead Tours’ new itineraries—including one for solo travelers—are in sync with its commitment to the conservation and preservation of this jaw-dropping destination. That includes giving your clients the chance to meet with organizations that are involved in improving communities and NGOs working to protect wildlife, plus visiting communities where they can mingle with locals and see artisans at work.

EF Go Ahead Tours’ New Kenyan Adventures

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A safari on the Serengeti brings its own special brand of surprising encounters.

Culture, wildlife and landscapes: that and more are in ample supply on either of these new tours. The Kenya Culture & Wildlife Safari: Samburu to Masai Mara can take your clients on game drives around the Masai Mara plus some of Kenya’s lesser-known destinations such as the Samburu National Reserve. The tour can take anywhere from 11 to 14 days (with a Southern Kenya extension) and is open for groups of 6 to 20 travelers. The adventures include a visit to the Ubuntu Life Foundation, which works to provide health and education services and promotes the inclusion of kids with special needs around the country.

The Kenya Wildlife Safari for Solo Travelers is a 10-day (13 with a Zanzibar extension) adventure for anywhere from 6 to 12 travelers that will take your solo clients to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust elephant nursery for unforgettable encounters with orphaned elephants and education on the conservation’s work. They’ll experience game drives at Amboseli National Park, visit Sandstorm Kenya—a company that employs Masai craftspeople to hand-make totes, backpacks and more from canvas and leather—and much more.
These new tours are now part of the collection that includes voyages in Tanzania, Egypt, Morocco, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Ghana and South Africa.
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