Tanzania Safari Near Lebanon
If you like adventure, then you will love going on safari in the Great Rift Valley close to Lebanon, where you can meet the Lake Eyasi and Hadzabe bushmen and get up close with amazing creatures such as elephants, flamingos and lions.
The Rift Valley Safari is the ideal way to see this fascinating part of Tanzania and it allows you to explore the country, go volcano hopping with the Masai and meet the Lake Hadzabe and Eyasi bushmen.
The valley is a short trip from Lebanon and this all-inclusive experience includes most of your meals and accommodation that includes camping, a private home and a guesthouse hotel.
Trip of a Lifetime
Throughout your trip, you will stay in a private family home, a guesthouse hotel, a catered camp and an eco camp. The costs stated above assume that two people will share a room, but if you are travelling alone, you can pay a single supplement to be upgraded to a room of your own. When staying in a camp, you will always have the option of your own tent.
Most food is included and the trip costs $300 per person per day, $2,950 each for an 11-day trip or $3,850 per person for a 14-day trip. The price assumes that two people will be sharing a room, but you can have a room of your own for a small additional charge. When camping, you can choose to have a tent of your own.
The stunning sights of the Great Rift Valley are a short journey from Lebanon and your safari will be based at the family home of Felix and Nancy and their two children.
Lebanon is a country in the East Mediterranean. It is bordered by Syria to the north and east, and Israel to the south. Lebanon’s location at the crossroads of the Mediterranean Basin and the Arabian hinterland has dictated its rich history, and shaped a cultural identity of religious and ethnic diversity.
About Tanzania Rift Valley Safari
The Rift Valley lakes are a group of lakes in the East African Rift which runs through the whole eastern side of the African continent from north to south. These lakes include some of the oldest, largest and deepest lakes in the world, and many are freshwater ecoregions of great biodiversity, while others are alkaline “soda lakes” supporting highly specialised organisms. An unusual and off the beaten track journey around the Great Rift Valley gives you the best of Tanzania’s wildlife, an intimate view into two of their most fascinating cultures and some of the most awesome landscapes on earth.