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5 Unique Safari Experiences


Unexpected African Adventures with Travcoa

In 1933, Ernest Hemingway set sail to Kenya for an African hunting safari. Though it lasted only 10 weeks, the safari left the author entranced with the continent for the rest of his life. That first encounter with the Ngong Hills would eventually leave Hemingway with countless animal horns, numerous injuries, and the material for two short stories and a non-fiction novel.

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Topics: Kenya

Kenya: The Sounds of the Savannah


Kenya's Tortilis Camp

Outside your luxury tent at Kenya’s Tortilis Camp there are sounds unlike any you’ve ever heard before. Imagine awakening to a mama elephant foraging through the acacia trees to find food for her calf or the rousing chorus of birds in thousands of weaver nests that hang just overhead. Recognized as the country’s premier safari encampment, this enclave in the shadow of Mt. Kilimanjaro is a storybook world of game drives and sundowners, nature walks and bush meals. Tucked away in its own private corner of Amboseli National Park, it’s an experience that will exceed your imagination.

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Topics: Kenya

Jumping into the Masai Mara


Where Exotic Travel Meets Luxury Experiences

Kenya’s Maasai are a proud and beautiful people. Incredibly tall, wonderfully exotic and colorfully-dressed in brilliant red shukas, they are unmistakable. Living where zebras graze and lions roam in the arid plains of southern Kenya and northern Tanzania, these indigenous people have remained virtually unchanged for centuries.

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Topics: Kenya, Tanzania

A Grand African Safari


Into The Wild

It’s an amazing experience, to see thousands of zebra galloping across the Serengeti or to track a cheetah over a Kenyan savannah; and to fall asleep to the sounds of hyena echoing through the bush or watch the sun rise over the African landscape from a hot-air balloon. Just imagine the deafening thunder of the herds making their way through the Masai Mara, kicking up the dry earth and racing over the grasslands in the greatest wildlife migration on the planet.

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Topics: Kenya, Tanzania