In addition to the recently announced new dates for Bench Africa’s Ladies Only Safari, Bench Africa is thrilled to announce the launch of their highly anticipated fully escorted East Africa tour, “Discover East Africa.”

Designed to provide an authentic safari experience, this 16-day safari through Kenya and Tanzania promises to showcase the best of this iconic safari destination.

“Responding to the increasing demand from our valued clients, we have curated a meticulously crafted itinerary that captures the essence of East Africa’s captivating landscapes, rich wildlife, and vibrant cultures. With a maximum group size of 12 passengers, we ensure an intimate and tailored journey for every traveller.” Said Julie De Palo, Groups and Operations Manager.

Tour Highlights

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  • Serengeti and Masai Mara: Home to Africa’s highest concentration of wildlife.
  • Cultural Immersion: Gain a fascinating insight into the vibrant local cultures and traditions of East Africa.
  • Great Rift Valley Lakes: Discover the abundant birdlife and stunning beauty of the Great Rift Valley Lakes.
  • Ngorongoro Crater: Visit the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

“Bookings for the ‘Discover East Africa’ tour are filling up rapidly, with four spots already booked on the first week of its release,” shared Julie De Palo, Groups and Operations Manager at Bench Africa.

“This exclusive opportunity is expected to sell out quickly, so don’t miss your chance to secure a spot for your clients on this unique and authentic journey hosted by a member of the Bench tribe.”

Want to host your own exclusive group tour?

Bench Africa welcomes enquiries from agents eager to collaborate on their tailored group tour departure. Contact Bench Africa today to discuss your vision for an exclusive group tour and start crafting a journey for your clients in Africa. Contact Julie De Palo –

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