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Safaris Around the World

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Giraffes, Kenya

Let the Wildlife Decide Where You’ll Go

Heading out on safari – no matter what country you decide on – is one of those timeless, awe-inspiring trips you'll never forget. We will help you sift through the many locations and accommodations, making your planning and booking effortless. To get you started, we've compiled some destination ideas based on the animals you're sure to see.

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Mountain Gorilla, Rwanda | Lions Cubs, Kenya

Mountain Gorillas: Meet the endangered and oh-so-adorable species that shares 98% of our DNA on jungle treks in Rwanda and Uganda. This intimate experience not only allows you to observe these majestic creatures up close but also offers a deeper understanding of the local conservation efforts that are crucial for their survival.

Big Cats: See lions, leopards and cheetahs prowl the Masai Mara in Kenya, especially during the Great Migration for a wildebeest feast. This natural spectacle provides unrivaled wildlife viewing and a spectacular backdrop of one of Africa’s most iconic landscapes.

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Giraffe Manor, Kenya | Solio Lodge, Kenya

Giraffes: Admire, feed and cuddle Earth’s largest land animal at Giraffe Manor, near Nairobi Kenya. This colonial-era mansion set in a forested area provides a serene retreat and a close-up encounter with these gentle giants.

Rhinoceros: Obsessed with the ungulate? Kenya's Solio Lodge offers an unparalleled experience on conservation land that's home to around 200 black and white rhinos, as well as many other species. Located between Mount Kenya and the Aberdare Mountains, the lodge offers a luxurious base from which to explore the rugged landscape and observe these magnificent creatures amid savannahs and wooded grasslands.

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Blue-Footed Boobies, Galapagos | Kermode Bear, British Columbia

Blue-Footed Boobies (and so much more): Head to the Galapagos, where a diverse array of wildlife, including birds and turtles, are equally curious about humans. Each island offers a distinct ecosystem with fearless wildlife, including the quirky blue-footed boobies. The surreal landscapes, from volcanic rocks to sandy beaches, enhance the interaction with nature.

Kermode Bear: Canada’s rare white “spirit” bear lives amongst its more commonly colored neighbors in the Great Bear Rainforest of British Columbia. This vast, pristine wilderness offers not just bear sightings but also a chance to engage with the rich First Nations culture and learn about the ecosystem from local guides during boat trips and forest walks.

From primates to ungulates and everything adorable in between, see wildlife on site.

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