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Baby Boomer Safari

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Tour Operator: Zohar African Safaris

Baby Boomer Safari-11 Days

For Baby Boomers who like to keep active, are culturally curious and are fascinated by wildlife and the environment

Safari tour package: A custom, tailor-made, private safari
Prices and Dates: $4105 - $5093
Includes internal flights: No
Length of safari: 11 days
Best months: January - February, May - December
Countries visited TanzaniaTanzania
Parks visited Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti, Tarangire
Activity level Moderate - Game walks, Cultural visits
Safari type:
  • Big five
  • Romantic
  • Cultural
  • Self-drive
* Prices are estimates and used as guidelines only. Please contact the tour operator for an exact quote. Request a quote
You may be looking at early retirement and are active and healthy. Perhaps you have traveled the capitals of Western Europe, but have always had Africa in the back of your mind for when you had the time was right. Maybe you backed-packed through Europe in the 60’s during your college years and didn’t have enough money to make it to Africa. Time may have made you eco-culture conscious and you would prefer more naturalistic kinds of travel experiences. You may be culturally curious and interested in challenging your own cultural assumptions. If any of these are the case, a Baby Boomer African safari is designed for you.

In most places you have travelled, you may have traveled more on your own. Traveling in the African bush is different. 30% of Tanzania’s lands are located within national parks to preserve their unique environment, ecosystem and wildlife. In order to enter them, you are required to travel through a licensed tour operator so you get into and out of the bush safely. To preserve the intimate kind of travel you may be used to, Zohar limits the number of travel guests to small groupings of 4-7 people. You can personalize your safari by selecting from a wide range of options based on your specific interests.

Zohar Baby Boomer itineraries are carefully designed to blend a balance of game viewing, recreational activities and interaction with the colorful indigenous peoples who live in remote areas of the African bush. Visits to traditional communities are culturally sensitive and designed to allow for maximum interaction between guests and hosts by connecting through their daily activities. They are not pre-rehearsed performances or just photo ops. The bush peoples benefit from hosting visitors, as it provides a form of income to compensate for the loss of land they depend that has been misappropriated.