Singles Safari to Africa
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Once In A Lifetime Singles Safari We are all about great vacations, new friends and making memories, this is a once in a lifetime experience you wont soon forget.
Get ready to have an African spell cast over you. No feeling in the world matches the sheer exuberance of being on a safari - you will be spellbound by your first sightings of Cape buffalo, cheetah, elephants and giraffes. Experience the exhilaration of being in the wild, the wonder of seeing these wonderful animals unhindered by bars or fences. We will be staying in world class resort properties (see itinerary) built for an optimal African experience. Our trip is scheduled for HIGH SEASON meaning best weather and migrations are at peak. Best of all you will be exploring and traveling with a group of singles sharing a similar love of The Adventure.
Situated on the east coast of Africa, and split in half by the equator, is the colorful and exciting Republic of Kenya. The country has a multiracial population of 30 million with 50 different languages and dialects. However, one can easily get by speaking English almost anywhere. Even with all these different people and customs, Kenya is one of the most economically and politically stable countries on the continent of Africa.
Nairobi is the largest city between Cairo and Johannesburg. Though just south of the equator, it enjoys a spring-like climate. It is a modern city, yet its main avenues blaze with color from tropical bushes and vines. Just 80 years ago, there was a river in an empty wilderness where Nairobi now stands. Despite health hazards and the ever-present danger from wild animals, Nairobi was established by 1907 and quickly grew as a white farming community. It also attracted world attention as the center of big-game safaris for the rich and famous. Perhaps the most famous was the safari of Teddy Roosevelt, which needed 500 porters to carry supplies and returned with 500 trophies.
By 1931, the city had 50,000 residents and was the seat of the colonial administration. Today, Nairobi has a population of around 2 million. It is a business and conference center for East and Central Africa and a base for international tourism on the extensive safari circuits of Kenya. Nairobi has a wealth of international hotels and restaurants. Cuisine of all types is available from Chinese to French and Italian; several restaurants also offer the local favorites. Nightlife varies from local nightclubs with disco and beat bands to international floor shows at the hotels, nightclubs and casinos. Shopping in Nairobi varies from modern supermarkets to bazaar stalls and open-air markets. Souvenir hunters will find bargains ranging from woodcarvings to Persian carpets. There are also three excellent museums that offer insights into the fauna and culture of Kenya as well as the history of the country.