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Suggestions for a Tanzania Safari Trip in February 2011

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I am finally getting off my lazy bum and seriously looking at booking our African trip of a Lifetime! We are planning to leave Vancouver/Seattle on January 28th hs and leave Dar es Salaam on February 16/17th. It will be a group of 4-5 of us who will be travelling.

After sending out a few requests for costs and itineraries for a private standard level tour, I have narrowed it down to GE and Roys. Of course we will be including Tarangire, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti, but we would also like to visit a village and do some volunteer work for 2-3 days - any recommendations? Also, we are ending the trip in Zanzibar for 7-8 days.

So far I have an itinerary for an 8 day safari and 7 days in Zanzibar which leaves us 5 extra days to spend more time on the safari, volunteer or go on a culture tour. Any suggestions would be great! If you have any other companies to advise me of, let me know!

A BUNDLE OF THANKS! :)

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