Thinking Outside the Kenya Tanzania Safari Van
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We  have devised creative (and sustainable) ways to transport guests for game viewing.
Floor-to-ceiling windows allow tourists to observe bathing elephants from the comfort of their cabins.  If cruising isn’t your style, paddle even closer to the action on Wilderness Safaris’ canoe trip.

Tourists take to the river during the day, making impromptu stops to track elephant and sable on foot, and camp in tents on the riverbanks. Those who prefer dry land can traverse the savanna via horseback or mountain bike through programs at both Tanzania’s Singita Grumeti and Kenya’s Ol Donyo Wuas. Accompanied by an armed guide, you can pedal bikes alongside herds of wildebeest and antelope or gallop between watering holes on thoroughbred horses as supplements to traditional safaris.

Saddle up at Ol Donyo Wuas for longer horseback safaris with outfitter Africa Sermon Safaris trek across dry lake beds and up through the Chyulu Hills during the day and bedding down in vintage colonial-style tents set up by porters at night.

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