Kids Stay Free in Africa With Great Safaris

written by | Posted on July 13th, 2011

Great Safaris has introduced a Family Safari promotion, allowing families to save on a vacation in Africa. When parents each pay regular safari price, they may take along up to two children ages 8-17 free of charge.

On the company’s 8-night Cape & Bush itinerary, guests first visit Cape Town where families spend four nights in a 2-bedroom luxury accommodations. A full schedule of sightseeing includes a cable car to the top of Table Mountain, and a full-day Cape Point exploration.

Next stop is Botswana, home to a spectacular array of wildlife species like lions, elephants, zebra, hippos and buffalo. Four nights are spent in two ultra-deluxe Orient Express Safari Camps—a family of four stays in two private tents with all meals and daily game drives included.

Daily departures are available for travel through Nov. 1. Land cost for each adult is $7,945. Prices include bush flights between safari camps. International airfare is available from most major U.S. cities and can be quoted on request.

For more information, visit greatsafaris.com.