Kenya & Tanzania Under Canvas

Kenya & Tanzania Under Canvas
June 18, 2019
14 Days
Overland Adventure
12 Guests
From $17,980

Additional Departure: June 18, 2018

Kenya & Tanzania Under Canvas

Expedition Highlights

  • This expedition is designed to give you a classic, yet intimate safari experience—with stays at luxurious tented camps situated in remote wilderness areas.
  • Visit East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuary at Ol Pejeta, which is also home to chimpanzees, a rich array of African game, and over 200 migrant and resident bird species.  
  • Search for a wealth of apex predators in Namiri Plains, which boasts one of the largest cheetah populations in East Africa.
  • Stay at an outstanding mobile camp that travels with the herd for fantastic viewing of the Great Migration.* 


*Please note the migration varies from year to year and a river crossing is not guaranteed. However, we 
will make every effort to be in the best place at the best time.

Expedition Team

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