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Traveling Wildcats - Treasures of Southern Africa


Traveling Wildcats - Treasures of Southern Africa

Event Description - Traveling Wildcats - Treasures of Southern Africa
April 16-30, 2014
This trip will be hosted by Andrea Bryant Gladin '02, K-State Alumni Association director of alumni programs.

This trip also available May 14-28.

Embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to southern Africa, a region known both for its rich cultural heritage and natural beauty. Begin your journey in Cape Town, South Africa, known as the Mother City because it is the oldest city in the country. Table Mountain and the sea are just as much of Cape Town’s identity as its delightful and unique mix of cultures. Walk in Nelson Mandela’s footsteps on Robben Island. Ascend Cape Point and marvel at the panoramic view of the ocean. See African penguins at Boulders Beach. The luxurious Rovos Rail will take you on a two-night deluxe train journey across the country to Pretoria. At the deluxe Thornybush Game Reserve, keep an eye out for the Big Five and other exotic wildlife during game drives during a two-day luxury safari in this game-rich area next to Kruger National Park. In Johannesburg, tour Soweto and visit a local youth center. Bring to a close this exceptional program by experiencing the power and majesty of thundering Victoria Falls. This adventure includes excursions, luxury accommodations and an extensive meal plan.

Pricing starting at $6,995 per person, double occupancy, plus air.

This tour is offered by AHI.


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