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Wildlife Adventure Tours With the Toledo Zoo
Discover exciting destinations and inspiring eco-tourism with fellow members, donors and friends of the Toledo Zoo.
The Toledo Zoo’s adventure tours offer affordable opportunities to explore exotic destinations, observe wild creatures in their natural habitats, and learn about local cultures. Guided by wildlife experts and experienced Zoo staff, our travelers are immersed in wilderness landscapes.
Our groups are limited in size to ensure your comfort and give you the most personal and enhanced experience possible.
Pack your sense of adventure, travel with the Zoo, and return with memories that will last a lifetime!
Safari to Kenya
October 30 to November 10, 2013
Experience the unforgettable spectacle of African wildlife firsthand. Enjoy beautiful sunsets, vast African savannahs and extraordinary outdoor adventures that showcase the best of what Kenya has to offer. This trip will take you to some of Kenya’s best known spots and drive you off the beaten path to discover lovely lesser-known gems.
This safari will provide the perfect combination of luxury and adventure. See herds of animals running swiftly across seemingly endless open spaces. Wonder at millions of flamingos, thousands of migrating wildebeest, and over 1,000 different species of birds. Watch as leopard, cheetah and lion roam the open plains.
We will visit Samburu National Park, Mount Kenya, the Great Rift Valley, Lake Nakuru National Park, and the Maasai Mara Reserve. Accommodations will be in a variety of lodges and tented camps.
Click here for detailed itinerary. Please note: prices and exact itineraries are subject to change.
The Toledo Zoo and Classic Escapes will be hosting a complimentary Travel Night, an informative presentation about your trip to Kenya where you can see images of your exotic destinations and ask questions to help you prepare. Join us on Wednesday, May 8, 2013 at 7pm. Click here to download information about the presentation.
All photos displayed on this web page were provided by Sally Albert, Toledo Zoo