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Rivers, Lakes & Mountains 44 Day

Rivers, Lakes & Mountains 44 Day
Duration 44 Days
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Duration 44 Days

Embrace your inner adventurer on this wildly wonderful safari from Johannesburg to Nairobi. The aptly named, Rivers, Lakes & Mountains trip will see you swimming in Lake Malawi, trekking in the Ugandan jungle, traipsing through lush National Parks and experiencing the fierce power of Victoria Falls, all whilst admiring the stunning landscapes around you. Be sure to pack your camera and your thirst for adventure – this is going to be one crazy ride.

Please note: Due to the endangered status of Mountain Gorillas a trekking permit is required for this trip at an additional cost to the trip price. This permit must be paid in full at the time of booking in order for us to secure it for your trip. It also covers the cost of Chimpanzee trekking.

Please get in touch with us for up to date pricing during your time of travel or if you require more information regarding Gorilla permits.

Tour Itinerary

Johannesburg, South Africa to Greater Kruger

From South Africa's commercial capital, Johannesburg, we travel to South Africa's famed Kruger National Park, passing panoramic scenery and dramatic escarpment views. From the dwarf mongoose to the 'Big Five', almost every major African mammal (over 145 species) is is free to roam the enormous area of the park, which also boasts prolific birdlife and over 330 varieties of trees. Over two nights within the Kruger area, we have the chance to enjoy the spectacle of Shangaan tribal dancing and singing, as well as a full day game drive in the park itself to spot as many animals as possible.

Included today:
-Shangaan cultural evening

Greater Kruger to Kruger National Park

Keep watch for as many of Africa’s diverse wildlife as you can. Lion, elephant, buffalo and giraffe are a pretty safe bet, whilst cheetah and leopard are a bit harder to find. Will you be the one to spot these speedy big cats? Make sure you have a list of some of the animals that you can tick off during the full day's game drive (think: wildlife bingo). You'll be the toast of the campsite after spotting an elusive honey badger, you can be guaranteed.

Included today:
-Kruger National Park game drive

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Kruger National Park to Tshipise

Leaving the Greater Kruger area we travel north through South Africa’s lush countryside to Tshipise, a town situated in the northern Limpopo province. Our campsite is located at Forever Resorts at the foot of one of Limpopo’s rolling koppies set adjacent the Honnet Nature Reserve.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Tshipise to Matobo National Park, Zimbabwe

After a refreshing night’s sleep we make our way across the border to Zimbabwe and on to Bulawayo, a pleasant city with broad tree lined avenues and wide open spaces. Our campsite is located in the Matopos area, a historical, geological and natural heritage site which is surrounded by interesting hills and rock formations.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Matobo National Park

Channel your inner explorer today as we head into the impressive Matobo National Park with our knowledgeable guides. The wind-sculptured Matobo Hills are the site of numerous Bushman paintings, so there's no surprise the area holds a special cultural and spiritual importance to the indigenous people. The reserve has the largest concentration of black and white rhino in Africa and, provided conditions are right, our guides will lead us on foot to some of the more concealed places in search of these magnificent animals.

Included today:
-Half Day Matobo National Park game drive & wilderness walk

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Matobo National Park full day tour upgrade

Matobo National Park to Livingstone, Zambia

Moving on from Matobo National Park we continue north, passing through the town of Victoria Falls, before crossing the border into Zambia. Situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, our campsite makes for the perfect base in between heart-racing optional activities including rafting, canoeing, bungee, abseiling, gorge swinging, horse riding, scenic flights and river cruises. Head out for a thrilling adventure, or simply relax and enjoy the mighty Zambezi as it flows past your vantage point.

Included today:
-Mosi oa Tunya - Victoria Falls


Meals:
-Breakfast

Optional activities:
-Victoria Falls Bungee
-Mosi oa Tunya National Park game walk
-Chief Mukumi Village tour
-Gorge swing
-Zambezi jetboating
-Half day canoe safari
-Zambezi sunset cruise
-White water rafting
-Helicopter ride
-Fishing
-Bridge tour
-Full day abseil

Livingstone

Welcome to our picturesque Livingstone campsite, perfectly placed on the doorstep of the Mosi au Tunya National Park. Fancy another game drive? Here, you have the option. Elephants crossing the Zambezi River from Zimbabwe can usually be spotted, as well as giraffe, buffalo, white rhino, warthog, hippo and a variety of different monkey species. The next few days are yours to explore the Victoria Falls area to the max.

Meals:
-Breakfast

Optional activities:
-Victoria Falls Bungee
-Mosi oa Tunya National Park Game Walk
-Chief Mukumi Village tour
-Gorge swing
-Zambezi jetboating
-Half day canoe safari
-Zambezi sunset cruise
-White water rafting
-Helicopter ride
-Fishing
-Bridge tour
-Full day abseil

Livingstone

Of course, there’s more to Livingstone than action-soaked activities – which is why you have another day to check out the markets and fascinating museum, spend a worthwhile day volunteering with a local project, embark on a day-trip to Victoria Falls Township in Zimbabwe, or simply relax on the serene campsite deck and watch the Zambezi River flow rapidly to the Falls.

Meals:
-Breakfast

Livingstone to Lusaka

This morning we make the most of our time in adventure-loving Livingstone and visit the thundering Victoria Falls themselves. At over a mile wide and some 100 metres deep in high water, it forms the largest curtain of falling water in the world with spray visible from 20 kilometres away - hence their local name Mosi au Tunya.

Today we make tracks for Zambia's urban metropolis city, Lusaka. A commercial hub and centre for the government, Lusaka is home to dusty tree-lined streets, soviet looking buildings and bustling local markets that ooze African flair. Our campsite for the evening is set in a tranquil and relaxing spot on a farm, far from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Victoria Falls Bungee
-Mosi oa Tunya National Park Game Walk
-Chief Mukumi Village tour
-Gorge swing
-Zambezi jetboating
-Half day canoe safari
-Zambezi sunset cruise
-White water rafting
-Helicopter ride
-Fishing
-Bridge tour
-Full day abseil

Lusaka to Chipata

We leave early and take the Great Eastern Road through lush countryside and small villages, crossing the Luangwa River to Chipata. Formerly named Fort Jamerson, Chipata has a population of approximately 100,000 and is the capital of the Eastern Province of Zambia. This unique town has colourful fruit and vegetable markets and a surprising amount of ornate mosques due to its large Indian community. If time allows, we will stop in Chipata before continuing to our campsite to overnight.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Chipata to South Luangwa National Park

Today we swap Chipata for the remarkable South Luangwa National Park. This area of outstanding natural beauty is rightly known as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The concentration of animals around the Luangwa River, and its oxbow lagoons, is among the most intense in Africa. On arrival we set up camp and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to enjoy the many activities on offer, from walking safaris, night game drives and village walks.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Village tour
-Walking safari
-Game drives

South Luangwa National Park

What better way to start the day than with a morning game drive along the river’s edge to see the abundance of animal and birdlife inhabiting the area? After the game drive, take advantage of The Warthogs Bar and swimming pool (which is the best place to cool off during the hot hours of the day) and the many activities on offer that you may have missed the day before.

Included today:
-South Luangwa National Park game drive

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

South Luangwa National Park to Malawi Beach, Malawi

Leaving Zambia behind, we cross the border to Malawi stopping at the capital, Lilongwe, before taking the eastern road to Lake Malawi. Formally known as ‘Lake Nyasa’, Lake Malawi covers almost a fifth of the country’s area and provides the livelihood for many of the Malawi people. Fishermen, fish traders, canoe and net makers all ply their trade on its shores, so expect to see fisherman in their Bwato, (dugout canoe made from hollowed out tree trunk) fishing on the lake at the break of day. We arrive at camp on the lake’s shore in the afternoon and have the rest of the day to swim and explore the beach and surrounding area.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Horse riding
-Village walk

Malawi Beach

While here, try some of the water sports typically available, go horse riding or just relax by the lakeside and go for a dip in its warm waters anytime the need arises. It’s also worth taking the time out to get to know some of the locals, often regarded as amongst the friendliest in Africa, to gain an insight into their way of life.

Please note: Although we do our best to adhere to the campsites described in this itinerary, the crew may need to make some alterations to the itinerary published here.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Horse riding
-Village walk

Malawi Beach to Lake Malawi

We take a scenic drive through rubber plantations to Mzuzu, the capital of the northern region and the third largest town in Malawi, where we stop for a short while to grab supplies and check out the markets before arriving at Chitimba Beach for the next two nights.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Lake Malawi

Enjoy time on the beach or shop at a large curios market, where you can test your bargaining skills and buy some of Malawi’s famous ornate and carved chairs. Alternatively, take an optional hike to Manchewe Falls or embark on the Chihanga walk with a local guide. These trails are beautifully serene, but can take up to 10 hours so be sure to rest up beforehand!


Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Lake Malawi to Iringa, Tanzania

Leaving Chitimba Beach, we travel the short distance north to cross the border into Tanzania. We steadily climb through Tanzania’s Southern Highlands all the way to Kisolanza Farm House. This farm is at an altitude of 1,600 metres, ensuring a pleasantly fresh climate in one of the most scenic areas of Tanzania. Home to the Ghaui family for over 70 years, Kisolanza remains a working farm, which provides organic meat (beef, lamb and chicken) and vegetables to the surrounding markets as well as further afield in Dar es Salaam. The farmhouse is famous for its hot showers, chocolate brownies and hot chocolate that can be bought from a quaint, candlelit bar. Note: time to indulge!

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Iringa to Dar es Salaam

Continuing east towards the Indian Ocean and the port city of Dar es Salaam, our route runs through the Mikumi National Park and, with luck, we may spot forest elephant or giraffe feeding near the side of the road. 'Dar' is Tanzania's hub of commerce and industry, and is a hot, humid and bustling seaport city of high rises, colourful markets and Arabesque architecture. We set up camp at our site on the beach just outside of the city centre, usually having time to browse the local markets (best known for its ebony wood carvings) and prepare for our own trip to Zanzibar.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Dar es Salaam to Zanzibar

Today we ferry across to the magical 'Spice Island' of Zanzibar to spend three blissful nights. Discover the island’s idyllic, palm-fringed beaches, winding cobbled alleys and lush tropical forests, as well as its intriguing history as a major trading centre for spices. For centuries, Zanzibaris would trade with the people of the Arabian Peninsula and ply the ocean in simple dhow sailboats, relying on the annual trade winds for passage. The Arab influence is evident in the architecture and diverse street stall offerings of the capital, Stone Town, so keep your eyes peeled when wandering the city’s historic pathways. The next four days are on your own watch, so spend your time exploring at your own pace.

Please note: As we leave the truck on the mainland, basic safari lodge/hotel accommodation and breakfast on Zanzibar is included. However, lunches and dinners are your own to arrange. We usually divide our nights here between accommodation in Stone Town and accommodation on one of the northern beaches, but there are no set activities – the time is entirely yours to do as you please.

Included today:
-Ferry to Zanzibar

Meals:
-Breakfast

Optional activities:
-Spice tour
-Visit the former slave market site
-Arabic Fort
-Palace Museum

Zanzibar

Don your comfiest walking attire and set out to explore Stone Town on foot. Get lost in the labyrinth of laneways at the bazaars, and marvel at the array of ancient maritime trinkets, vibrant fabrics and ornate wooden carvings. Be sure to pay a visit to the city’s mosques, palaces, courtyards and alleyways for a living history lesson of this fascinating island.

Meals:
-Breakfast

Optional activities:
-Spice tour
-Scuba diving
-Mnemba Island
-Dhow snorkelling safari
-Massage

Zanzibar

Awake to another day in this dreamlike haven. If it's white sand, a sparkling ocean and hot sun you're after, head to the northern beaches and enjoy the Indian Ocean at its best. Try your hand at snorkelling and diving, indulge in some sumptuous seafood, or simply relax beneath a coconut palm with a cocktail and a good book.

Meals:
-Breakfast

Optional activities:
-Spice tour
-Scuba diving
-Mnemba Island
-Dhow snorkeling safari
-Massage

Zanzibar

Variety is the spice of life, and on Zanzibar island, spices are abundant. Embark on a day tour to the nearby spice plantations and have your senses dazzled by the tastes and scents that infiltrate the air.

Meals:
-Breakfast

Optional activities:
-Spice tour
-Scuba diving
-Mnemba Island
-Dhow snorkeling safari
-Massage

Zanzibar to Dar es Salaam

Time to farewell this picture-perfect paradise. Sneak in some last-minute shopping or relish one last dip, before catching the ferry back to Dar on the African mainland. Tonight, our campsite on the coast awaits.

Included today:
-Ferry to Dar Es Salaam

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Dinner

Dar es Salaam to Marangu

Departing early from Dar es Salaam, we head north past the Usambara and Pare Mountains in the Eastern Arc Mountain Range to Marangu, nestled at the base of the famed Kilimanjaro. The camp takes its name from the surrounding area; "Marangu" means "full of water" in the local Chagga language, and the lush green surroundings demonstrate the truth of this. If the weather is clear we will gain a view of the magnificent snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Marangu to Arusha

Passing through the town of Moshi, we eventually reach Arusha, a bustling melting pot of markets, vehicles and some two million people, all nestled in the shadow of the brooding Mount Meru. With time to explore town, we head out to our camp just outside the city at the edge of the Masai plains.

This afternoon, we take a walk to one of the local Masai villages – inspecting a local school and clinic, a small but hugely interesting Masai museum, and the snake enclosure at the Meserani Snake Park (if you dare!). It’s from here that we will prepare for our included two-night/three-day excursion to the Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Crater.

Included today:
-Maasai Village walk

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Camel ride

Arusha to Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater

This morning calls for a vehicle change-up. We hit the road in a more game park-friendly option and drive west across the Great Rift Valley, entering the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area.
Lush and green after the rains and a burnt hue in the dry, this spectacular landscape is home to an enormous variety of grazing animals, predators and birdlife. Flatter and larger than the Maasai Mara, the Serengeti is simply huge – indeed the name derives from the Maasai word Siringitu (‘the place where the land moves on forever’). We drive to our designated (but unfenced) campsite for the evening for an unforgettable experience.

Included today:
-Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater excursion


Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater

Spend the morning game-driving out of the plains, and then ascend the outer wall of the Ngorongoro Crater (after a well-deserved lunch, of course). Pack your warmest jacket, as tonight we camp on the rim of the crater where wildlife also gallivant. At 326 square kilometres in area, the Ngorongoro Crater is Africa’s largest intact caldera and a World Heritage Site. If the view from the rim at 2,400 metres above sea level is spectacular, the site from the crater floor some 600 metres below, will be equally mind-blowing.

Included today:
-Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater excursion

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Serengeti balloon flight

Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater

On the final day of the excursion we descend down the steep, dirt road of the Ngorongoro Crater for a morning of game driving. Keep your eye out for all the major mammals – except the towering giraffes, which struggle to manage the steep slopes leading down onto the crater floor. After our game drive, we ascend to our campsite on the rim for a final view over the Ngorongoro Crater, and then pack up our camp and enjoy lunch before retracing our steps to our campsite in Arusha.

Included today:
-Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater excursion

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater to Nairobi, Kenya

After a last night in Tanzania, we make our way across the Maasai Steppe to the Kenyan frontier. Completing formalities at Namanga border post, we drive the last stretch of road to Nairobi, Kenya’s capital and to our camp for the evening.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Nairobi

Hit the pavement and explore Nairobi’s endless shopping, markets, bars, restaurants and unique café culture. If you’re still stuck for ideas, your Trip Leader will be more than willing to help you arrange optional local excursions in and around the city including a visit to the National Museum of Kenya, a safari at Nairobi National Park, or an afternoon at the Karen Blixen Museum in the nearby town of Karen.


Meals:
-Breakfast

Nairobi to Lake Nakuru National Park

Rise early to depart Nairobi for the 'Great Rift Valley', an enormous cleft in the Earth's surface stretching from the Red Sea to Madagascar (but with particularly marked escarpments here in Kenya). Have your camera the ready – these views are something to write home about. Later, we stop at our camp near Lake Nakuru National Park, a relatively small park (by African standards) but with an abundant of wildlife thanks to its location on the Great Rift Valley floor. This afternoon will provide a delightful introduction to East Africa's wildlife diversity thanks to an afternoon game drive making use of local guides and smaller safari vehicles for a more intimate experience.

Included today:
-Great Rift Valley
-Lake Nakuru National Park game park drive


Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Lake Nakuru National Park to Eldoret

From Nakuru we continue northwest and climb in altitude towards the town of Eldoret en route to the Ugandan frontier. Brush up on your geology knowledge by learning about the significance of the Equator as we cross it today from the Southern Hemisphere to the Northern. Read also: unique photo opportunities. Finally, we reach Eldoret; it’s name based on the Maasai word Eldore meaning stony river, due to the stony bed of the nearby Sosiani River. The town is the fifth largest in Kenya and is the fastest growing with a population of nearly 200,000. Once we reach our fabulous campsite, sip on a sun downer around the warmth of an open log fire and marvel at the idyllic setting of waterfalls, streams and wooden bridges.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Eldoret to Kampala, Uganda

Described by Winston Churchill as the ‘Pearl of Africa’, Uganda is a country with beautiful natural scenery and a rich mosaic of tribes and cultures. Travelling through Uganda, you’ll be captivated by its sheer beauty and the friendliness of the local people. Tonight we camp in the capital, Kampala, which is an attractive hilly city bustling with roadside traders, markets and busy matatu (minibus taxi) stands.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Kampala to Queen Elizabeth National Park

From Kampala, we travel west towards Queen Elizabeth National Park, once more over the Equator and through fertile, green-terraced hillsides, lush banana plantations and tangled forests. Keep your eyes peeled for the herds of Ankole cattle, with their incredible long, curved horns, roaming the roads and paddocks. Setting up camp just a short distance from the Queen Elizabeth National Park, you’ll have the chance to kick back and unwind, take a walk in the surrounding areas and mingle with the community, local style.

Included today:
-Queen Elizabeth National Park chimpanzee trekking on either day 34 or day 35

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Queen Elizabeth National Park

This morning we enter the Queen Elizabeth National Park and take in the magnificent views of the mountains that separate Uganda from central Africa, as well as Lakes Edwards and George. Queen Elizabeth National park has over 500 species of bird and 100 species of mammals, making it one of the most bio-diverse national parks in the world. Nearby, we visit the Kyambura Gorge for an exciting trek to see the chimpanzees. On departing the National Park, we make our way to the stunning Lake Bunyonyi – the perfect place to unwind, relax and explore (on the days that we don't trek to see the mountain gorillas, of course).

Included today:
-Queen Elizabeth National Park chimpanzee trekking on either day 34 or day 35

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Queen Elizabeth National Park to Lake Bunyonyi

Over the next three days, you and your adventure buddies will be split into two groups. On the first day, one group will trek to witness the amazing mountain gorillas up close, while the others have a free day of chilling out on the lake. Then the next day, the groups swap.

On the day of our trek, we gather in the early morning to meet our local guide and tracker. The area that we explore is home to the world's remaining 700 mountain gorillas, many of which inhabit the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (please note that occasionally we may need to travel into neighbouring Rwanda to see the gorillas). The trek into the thick rainforest can be demanding at times, with uneven terrain and hilly rainforest, but the privilege of spending time with a family of these gentle primates makes the effort more than well worthwhile.

Please note: Depending on the availability of the chimpanzee and gorilla permits, the tour itinerary may vary from the brochure itinerary. From time to time, we may have to trek on different days. If at any time our gorilla trek should be in another neighbouring country, i.e Rwanda (instead of Uganda) this may entail extra visa fees, although we shall endeavour to advise you before departure of any significant changes to the tour itinerary. Please take the above itinerary as a guideline only.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Lake Bunyonyi

If you’re not on today’s trek, take advantage of your free time by the lake with an abundance of boredom-killer activities. Hire canoes and swing by some of the islands, wander the local tribes and villages, visit the local orphanage, and channel your inner explorer with a nature walk. Alternatively, kick your feet up at camp and catch up on the diary or postcards back home.

Included today:
-Gorilla trekking on either day 37 or day 38

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Island boat trips
-Village walk
-Traditional dance
-Bird watching
-Canoe hire

Lake Bunyonyi

For those with a free day, spend your time swanning around the campsite, canoe the lake’s peaceful waters or discover why the stunning area is known as the ‘place of many birds’ with a spot of bird-watching. Today’s on your watch, so spend it as you see fit.


Included today:
-Gorilla trekking on either day 37 or day 38

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Island boat trips
-Village walk
-Traditional dance
-Bird watching
-Canoe hire

Lake Bunyonyi to Kampala

Leaving Lake Bunyonyi, we make our way back across the Equator, through lush pasture lands and the northern reaches of Africa’s largest lake, Lake Victoria, to Kampala. A hotspot for great food and entertainment, Kampala is the perfect place for our overnight stay. Take the night to enjoy the hospitality of the local Ugandans, before resting your head and getting in some much-needed zzz’s.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Kampala to Jinja

After we farewell the capital, we venture a short distance to Jinja where our camp on the grassy banks of the River Nile awaits. It was in 1862 that the British explorer John Hanning Speke recognised Lake Victoria as the ‘source of the Nile’, settling a long running dispute about Africa’s (and the world’s) longest river. From this modest monument, the Nile begins its 6,610km journey through Uganda, Sudan and eventually Egypt to the Mediterranean Sea.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Bungee jumping
-Quad biking
-White water rafting
-Community school project
-Nile cruise
-Nile stand up paddleboarding
-Kayaking
-Fishing trip
-Mountain biking

Jinja

Since our camp in Jinja overlooks a dramatic set of rapids (known as Bujagali Falls), it’s no surprise
the region is somewhat of an adrenaline playground. Thrill seekers will revel in the chance to try optional white water rafting, but if you lack that daredevil streak, mountain biking, quad biking and village walks are also on offer.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Bungee jumping
-Quad biking
-White water rafting
-Community school project
-Nile cruise
-Nile stand up paddleboarding
-Kayaking
-Fishing trips
-Mountain biking

Jinja

When you’ve had your fill of heart-racing activities, roll up your sleeves and take the opportunity to make a difference for children at a local school project. 'Softpower' is a locally-run volunteer programme aimed at building and improving schools in the Jinja area. Your contribution of a few hours of painting or plastering is always most welcome (and serves as a great mood booster, too).

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Optional activities:
-Bungee jumping
-Quad biking
-White water rafting
-Community school project
-Nile cruise
-Nile stand up paddleboarding
-Kayaking
-Fishing trips
-Mountain biking

Jinja to Eldoret, Kenya

After our excitement-filled break in Jinja, we retrace our steps across the border of Kenya and on towards Eldoret, where we will set up camp for the evening. Tonight, share a few laughs with your new travel comrades and reminisce on your gorilla encounter stories around the campfire.

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch
-Dinner

Eldoret to Nairobi

This morning we cross the Equator and make our way back to the Kenyan capital, Nairobi. Hold back the tears as you farewell the week that was and share awkward hugs with your newfound safari sidekicks. Keen for more adventures?

Meals:
-Breakfast
-Lunch

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