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Safari Newsletter Dated
February 14, 2020
Dear Vacations To Go Customer,
In today's newsletter, I'd like to tell you about -- and show you --
some of the top sights of our African safaris. Click the links
below to view photos of the continent's diverse wildlife and natural
Africa is home to some of the world's most photogenic landscapes.
Nineteenth-century explorer David Livingstone was the first European to
which lie at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. The cascades measure
nearly a mile wide and plummet 360 feet into the gorges below, sending
up a spray that can be seen for miles. The local Kololo people call it
"The Smoke That Thunders." View
safaris that go to Victoria Falls.
Another soaring sight:
in northeastern Tanzania. At 19,400 feet, it's the tallest freestanding
mountain in the world. You can choose an itinerary that climbs to the
summit or make arrangements to ascend partway up before or after your
safari -- either way, a high level of physical fitness is required. Here
itineraries that visit Kilimanjaro.
Namibia is home to the starkly beautiful, orange-red sand dunes of
the tallest in the world. They are most photogenic in the early morning
and late afternoon, when light and shadow shift across their surfaces.
safaris that spend time at Sossusvlei.
Some vacations spend time on the "spice island" of
22 miles off the coast of mainland Tanzania. Here you can explore
historic Stone Town, lounge on the beach, snorkel, dive or tour
plantations where cinnamon, vanilla and cloves grow. Check out
itineraries that stay in Zanzibar.
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