New Tours from African Operator

East African tour operator African Latitude has announced its safari tours and tour departure dates for 2007. These include: The 12-day Loita Hills Trek through Kenya, departing Oct. 8; the 12-day Northern Kenya and Lake Turkana Trek in Kenya, departing July 2; and the 10-day Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Lake Natron Trek in Tanzania, departing March 12. African Latitude packages typically begin with four to six days of viewing wildlife in African parks. Clients trek and camp through the African bush, normally initially staying at campsites before finishing the trek with a night or two at a luxury resort. For booking inquiries, contact the company at (303) 886-6953.

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