2010 Africa world cup safari
Planning a Grand 2010 African World Cup
Are you planning to come to the 2010 world cup in South Africa? If your answer is yes then read on.........Apart from it being the first time Africa is Hosting the World Cup, we are planning to make your 2010 visit a memorable one!....How? ...... Take a detour to Kenya or Tanzania, the East African 'Safari' Countries' .
Spend a few days on safari to see some of the spectacular views of wild animals, including the 'big five' in their natural habitat ....breath taking views of the Hunter and the Hunted before you wash down these moments with the greatest sporting event on earth .....The Fifa World CUP!. Below is our suggested world cup safari tour.
Africa 2010 Safari
5 nights Amboseli,Lake Naivasha and Maasai Mara
(Group Discounts available)
Day 1: Amboseli
Depart Nairobi in the morning for Amboseli National park at the foot of the snow capped Mt. Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. Lunch at a lodge. Afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at a lodge.
Day 2: Amboseli
Full day in Amboseli with early morning ,mid morning and afternoon game drives. All meals and overnight at a lodge.
Day 3: Lake Naivasha
Depart Amboseli for Lake Naivasha stopping for lunch in Nairobi. Afternoon proceed to lake Naivasha arriving early afternoon (optional boat ride). Dinner and overnight at lake Naivasha Country club.
Day 4: Maasai Mara
Depart Lake Naivasha for Maasai Mara arriving in time for lunch. Afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at a lodge.
Day 5: Maasai Mara
Full day in Maasai Mara . Morning and afternoon game drive . Dinner and overnight at a lodge.
Day 6: Mara-Nairobi
Breakfast and depart for Nairobi arriving at approximately 1300 hours for your onward flight to South Africa.
Rates based on a minimum of 2
persons. USD 1650 per person sharing
NB: Group Discounts available for more than 4 persons
travelling together.Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Customised itinerary based on the number of days you want to stay and your budget can be tailored.
Courtesy of Edge East Africa Safari
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