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Oct 13: Kenya/Tanzania safari - looking for 1 travel partner

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Hi, it sounds like my friend will not be able to make it on a Kenya + Tanzania safari trip. After all this hard work and time in planning and am close to finalization, I really still want to make this dream holiday to avoid being disappointed.

So I am scouting out the Fodor's board to see if there is any solo travellers looking to make the similar type of trip around early Oct 2013, and who is interested in twin-sharing accommodation (i.e. a room with 2 single beds). You can be interested in Kenya only, or Tanzania only, or both safari portions. The upside to this is that you do not have to do any research/planning to make the trip happen - since they have pretty much been completed, vetted through, and journey is designed to coincide with the migration event.

This trip is very competitively priced at economy (low-mid budget rate) for travel in September/October 2013. Currently aiming to make the trip happen in early October 2013. If interested, please PM me and we can speak further on the details beyond the outline shown below. I am an avid traveller, and have visited different regions/areas of the world and experienced various cultures over the years (see my profile), so am used to the nuances related to travelling.

The itinerary is the following:

Day 1: Nairobi – Lake Bogoria – Lake Nakuru NP
Stay at Flamingo Hill Camp

Day 2: Lake Nakuru NP – Masai Mara NR
Stay at Mara Eden Safari Camp / Ilkeliani Camp

Day 3: Masai Mara NR
Stay at Mara Eden Safari Camp / Ilkeliani Camp

Day 4: Masai Mara NR
Stay at Mara Eden Safari Camp / Ilkeliani Camp

Day 5: Masai Mara NR
Stay at a Camp at a Conservancy (To be determined)

Day 6: Masai Mara NR – Isebania
Transfer to Isebania border after breakfast

BORDER CROSSING FROM KENYA TO TANZANIA ON DAY 6

Day 6: Isebania – Serengeti North
Serengeti North Wilderness Camp / Nasikia Mobile Camp (Bologonja)

Day 7: Serengeti North, North to Central
Serengeti Medium Wilderness Camp / Kati-kati Camp / Nasikia Central Camp (Rongai)

Day 8: Serengeti Central
Serengeti Medium Wilderness Camp / Kati-kati Camp / Nasikia Central Camp (Rongai)

Day 9: Serengeti Central – Olduvai Gorge – Ngorongoro
Rhino Lodge

Day 10: Ngorongoro – Karatu – Lake Manyara – Tarangire
Tarangire Safari Lodge / Kirurumu Tarangire Lodge

Day 11: Tarangire
Tarangire Safari Lodge / Kirurumu Tarangire Lodge

Day 12: Tarangire – Arusha
End of safari trip in Arusha


Thank you and hope to hear from someone!

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