From Zanzibar’s white-sand beaches to Rwanda’s gripping gorilla treks, you can continue uncovering the secrets of East Africa on one of our exciting safari extensions.

These treasures don’t exist anywhere else on the planet – enjoy them while you’re here!

Zanzibar

Indulge in relaxation

Snorkel or dive in the clear blue Indian Ocean, or sunbathe for days on the pristine white-sand beaches of your resort. Spend a colorful day amidst the island’s bustling markets in the eclectic capital city of Stone Town, and visit historical sites from the centuries-old slave and spice trades.

Recommended Stay: 5 days, including 3 nights on the beach and 1 night in iconic Stone Town
From: $2,000 per person

Rwanda

Spot endangered gorillas

Fly to Kigali, Rwanda and drive north to Volcanoes National Park. Journey on foot over wild, ungroomed mountain terrain in search of endangered mountain gorillas, of which only 1000 survive worldwide. After your arrival, tour Kigali, including the world-renowned Kigali Genocide Memorial.

Recommended Stay: 5 days
From: $6,000 per person

CAPE TOWN

Vineyards, views and fine dining

Table Mountain National Park provides the dramatic backdrop to this vibrant, colorful city. Explore South Africa’s best vineyards, enjoy fine dining in town, observe penguins at the famous Boulders Beach, and visit Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela’s – and South Africa’s – struggles echo poignantly. A visit to Cape Town is sure to inspire and delight.

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VICTORIA FALLS

The world’s largest waterfall

On the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, the world’s largest waterfall thunders, sending 540 million cubic meters of water over its edge every minute. Set out on a private tour of the falls with a local, expert guide and enjoy an optional helicopter tour to take in its full magnitude.

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Ruaha National Park

Track African wildlife

Fly to the remote wilderness of Ruaha National Park, one of the least explored parks in East Africa, where tracking is as much an art form as a practical pursuit. Explore uncharted territory by day, spotting leopard, cheetah and wild dog, and savor torch-lit dinners on the banks of the river by night.

Recommended Stay: 4 - 5 days
From: $3,500 per person

Selous Game Reserve

Traverse a game reserve

Take a scenic flight to the world’s largest game reserve, spanning 12 million acres, where you’ll view the Rufiji River’s wildlife. Travel by 4-wheel drive, boat and foot and spot elephants, hippos, and crocodile in the riverine environment, while rare species like Greater Kudu can be spotted on the plains.

Recommended Stay: 4 days
From: $3,200 per person

Mahale Mtn. National Park

Encounter playful chimps

Fly to the shores of Lake Tanganyika, along the westernmost border of Tanzania, and take a short boat ride to your exclusive camp, a luxurious hideaway tucked along the shore. Hike the misty slopes of the Mahale Mountains in search of free-roaming chimpanzees, grooming, feeding, and playing.

Recommended Stay: 4 to 5 days
From: $6,000 per person