Aug. 25 - Sept. 7
This trip will be hosted by Audrey Mross ’80, past chair for the K-State Alumni Association Board of Directors.
Explore a world primeval on this singular 14-day safari through some of Southern Africa’s great wildlife sanctuaries. Your small group tour, limited to only 24 guests, travels through South Africa, Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Zambia. Begin with a day of sightseeing in Johannesburg. Spend three days in Victoria Falls, where you see the spectacular falls and take a wildlife drive in search of the elusive black rhino. Continue to Chobe National Park for sensational wildlife drives and boat safaris. Travel to Zambia on a privately chartered plane for unparalleled wildlife viewing at Lower Zambezi National Park, one of Africa’s last pristine wildernesses, and a three-night stay at the intimate Royal Zambezi Lodge. Embark on a variety of wildlife viewing activities, including open vehicle wildlife drives, guided canoe trips, bush walks, boat safaris, and fishing. An optional 4-day/3-night post-tour extension to South Africa’s “Mother City,” Cape Town, is also available.
Pricing starting at $7,354 per person, double occupancy (airfare included from select cities)
This trip is offered by Odysseys.