Zegrahm Expeditions Adds Three New Africa Itineraries for 2016

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Zegrahm Expeditions has announced that it will offer six safaris in Africa in 2016, including three new expeditions: 

Gorillas and the Great Migration: Rwanda & Tanzania (July 12 – 27, 2016): In Tanzania, guests will stay in two camps, including one that is mobile, to ensure close proximity to the action of the Great Migration. Travelers will also seek out zebras, gazelles, impalas, buffalo, lions, and leopards that frequent the area year round. In Rwanda, guests will track mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in their natural environments, including both Nyungwe and Volcanoes national parks. From $19,980 per person

Wild South Africa (August 26 – September 11, 2016): Guests will begin in Cape Town, home to myriad endemic flora species and the stunning Table Mountain. Travelers will explore Bushmans Kloof, with its fantastical Stone Age rock art; follow pods of southern right whales off Walker Bay; and sleep under the stars in the Kalahari Desert. There will also be two full days spent exploring Timbavati Game Reserve, located within Greater Kruger National Park. From $17,980 per person

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Wildlife Along the Zambezi: Zambia & Zimbabwe (September 23 – October 9, 2016): Guests will explore the life source of hippos, buffalo, zebras, giraffes, and elephants—the mighty Zambezi River. Travelers will enjoy additional game viewing opportunities in South Luangwa National Park, and visit Victoria Falls—one of the world’s largest waterfalls—from both the Zambian and Zimbabwean sides. From $18,980 per person

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