February 15, 2017 ~ join us at a Special Event to learn about the
The History of the Safari &
Immersive Travel Experiences in Africa
Africa is a destination on many bucket lists! Much of the joy of traveling this continent, is in the journey itself. Africa is a land of rich diverse cultures, with many natural wonders, and is thought to be the cradle of human kind. Throughout modern history, the image of Africa that captivates the world is the adventure of getting up close to untamed wildlife while on safari! For those of us who’ve been lucky enough to go on safari, we remember that exhilarating moment ... our first wild animal sighting! Close up in it’s natural environment and from the safety of our safari vehicle! But how did the modern day safari come to be?
Join Global Family Travels on February 15th, as we unveil the History of Safari & Immersive Travel Experiences in Africa.
When: February 15, 2017, from 7-8 pm
Where: Wide World Books & Maps, 4411 Wallingford Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98103
RSVP: Complimentary tickets available via EventBrite.
About our 2017 Safaris to Africa
Zimbabwe Safari & Painted Dog Conservation Adventure
In July/August of 2017, journey with Global Family Travels to Zimbabwe on our Painted Dog Conservation Adventure and Safari. In addition to contributing to the conservation of the Painted Dog, you will be immersed in the natural wonders and spectacular views of Victoria Falls, the Zambezi River, and the Batoka Gorge, while discovering the extraordinary wildlife thriving in the Hwange and Mana Pools national parks. To learn more about the trip and to download a detailed itinerary, visit our website page!
South Africa: Learn, Serve and Immerse
On this tour you will be immersed in the splendor and diversity in South Africa, from cities, townships, to safari! Learn about the amazing history, culture and ancient tribal customs of South Africa’s people and experience the natural beauty of South Africa and the thriving wildlife while on safari in Krueger National Park. You will also be awed by the pristine wetlands and wildlife of the Chobe National Park in Botswana. A trip highlight is the working with underserved children in the communities of Cape Town and Kruger National Park. Visit our website page to learn more!
Tanzania Family Safari
Discover the extraordinary wildlife thriving within Tanzania, experience what life is like in a local Maasai village, and visit and support Tanzania school children, and learn what our NGO partner, the Karatu Education Fund, is doing to help them. Located inside the African Great Lakes region, Tanzania is home to some of the most impressive game reserves and national parks in the world. You will encounter hundreds of avian species in the shadows of the 600 meter Rift Valley wall, giraffes along Lake Natron, leopards and lions in the Serengeti, and more. Every day will be an adventure as your family finds yourselves face-to-face with a new creature and awe-inspiring sights! Visit our website page for more information.