Combining the World’s best safari destinations with the rejuvenating effects of yoga and meditation, your mind, body and soul will thank you after this unique 13 day adventure. Visit the world famous Serengeti, witness the Great Migration, be blown away by the World’s largest, un-broken, un-flooded caldera, trek Mt Kilimanjaro, explore Olduvai Gorge’s treasure trove of human and animal fossils and create life-long memories you’ll cherish forever.
You’ll also be creating a difference in the communities you visit by investing in local businesses, creating jobs, supporting grass roots charity and sponsoring disadvantaged children through school. Sound epic? Find out how you can apply for an adventure of a life time below.
We are a social enterprise. This means we place the same emphasis on doing the right thing and making a positive impact in the communities we travel to, as we do on making a profit. To prove it, we donate 50% of our profits to support grassroots charities and community initiatives, most of which educate disadvantaged children.
Each of our itineraries are unique which is why you won’t find generic itineraries on our website. To download an itinerary for the dates you are most interested in, please click the buttons below.
Kilimanjaro International Airport, Tanzania
Kilimanjaro International Airport, Tanzania or Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (Zanzibar) if you add the Mafia and Zanzibar option.
111 million African children didn’t go to school in 2017. We’re not ok with this and we’re doing something about it!
With 47% of Africa’s population living below the poverty line, sponsoring a disadvantaged child through school is one of the best ways to fight poverty. Education empowers children to change their circumstances while educated women have fewer babies, a significant problem in Africa where birth rates are double the world average.
For less than $20 a week, you can make a real difference during your adventure by sponsoring a disadvantaged student through school. Simply tick the sponsor box when you apply to join this adventure and we’ll send you a profile for a student who is looking for a sponsor.
No. Tam has experienced teaching all levels and given our group is limited to 12 people Tam is able to provide one-on-one direction and it is also possible to offer beginner and experienced classes throughout the day.
The best time to see the animals is early morning and late afternoon. Therefore, a typical days on safari will look like:
5:30am – Lite breakfast
6 – 10am – Game drive
10 – 11am – Brunch
11am – 3pm – Yoga, meditation, relaxing by the pool and lunch.
3 – 6pm – Afternoon safari
7 – 8pm – Dinner
8pm onwards – Relaxing by an open fire
No. We will provide mats for you if you do not wish to bring your own.
Yes. Kenyans love visitors and most will go out of their way to make you feel welcome. It is extremely rare for anything bad to happen within Kenya’s national parks and we will not be travelling to the border regions where the Australian Government advises not to travel.
As with all travel, your biggest risk is being robbed or having a road accident. Travelling in a small group, avoiding popular tourist areas, travelling with reputable companies and having our experienced tour leaders and local team with you 24/7 significantly reduces these risks. See SmartTraveller or talk to our team for further travel advice.
“Every dollar was worth it. I could have done every single day two times over.”
“Going on a holiday that makes a difference is something truly special. To meet the young person that I sponsored, to visit their home, family and friends, and to create some amazing life long memories with them is just another level.”
“I was so amazed by how friendly the people were. Having Monk show us around his country was definitely a highlight and the temples were incredible.”
“AOL’s style of holiday is less about ticking off the bucket list, and more about immersion in a different culture – it left me with memories more poignant than any selfie-opportunity!”