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AUG 29 - SEP 8, 2024

TWO countries in ONE trip! Join me on exploring Kenya and Tanzania with a stop in Zanzibar! Limited seats are available-- secure yours today!

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Immerse yourself into nature as we journey through Kenya and Tanzania's best national parks. Deep dive into the culture as we interact and visit local tribes and national parks

  • Nairobi city tour

  • Giraffe Center

  • Elephant Orphanage

  • Masai Mara Safari

  • Hot Air Balloon (optional)

  • Ngorongoro Crater

  • Serengeti National Park







Enjoy the sun on the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar. Learn the island's history as a slave market and how it got its recognition as Spice Island.

  • Zanzibar City tour

  • Spice tour

  • Stone Town

  • Old Slave Market

  • Village visit and cooking class (optional)

  • Prison Island visit

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  • Airport transfer
  • Nairobi bed and breakfast accommodations
  • Nairobi city tour
  • All park fees and conservation fees
  • Crater service fee
  • Concessions fees
  • All activities 
  • All meals during the safari
  • English speaking guide
  • Local Guide fee
  • Packing and Trip Guide
  • Domestic flight to Zanzibar 
  • 4 to 5 Star Accommodations (all inclusive)
  • All activities and tours
  • Local Guide fee
  • International flight from the USA (if interested, will offer roundtrip from NYC, LAX or ATL)
  • Kenyan and Tanzanian Visa
  • Gratuity/Tips
  • Travel Insurance 
  • Optional activities (hot air balloon and village 
**Though international flights and visas are not included, assistance is available upon request. 
ased on double occupancy with tax and fees included)
ADD $3000 For Single Occupancy
For Payment Plan option: 


$625 for double occupancy Monthly Payments OR
$1025 for single occupancy 
Monthly Payments:
Jan 15           May 15  
Feb 15           Jun 15             
Mar 15           Jul 15 
Apr 15           Aug 15

Detailed Itinerary provided with the purchase of trip. Travel guide provided 1-2 months before departure. Please reach out via email,, if you have any questions. 

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U.S. citizens traveling to any destination outside of the United States will be required to present a valid U.S. passport. Passports must be valid for 6 months past the return date. Some countries require a visa for transit or entry. Passengers are responsible to ensure that they have all the proper documents for entry. All names on documents must match the legal name on your photo I.D., and travel document information must match tickets. Please check the State Department website at for further information. Immunizations may also be required. Failure to comply with these regulations may result in denied boarding, denied entry, and/or government-imposed fines. If you are a citizen of another country, there may be additional requirements. Check with the nearest consulate or embassy of the destination you are traveling to and find out the entry requirements for non-U.S. citizens.


Kenyan Immigration has instituted a strict visa policy whereby all visitors are strongly encouraged to obtain visas by using an online system, though visas are available upon arrival at international ports of entry including Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

  • A passport with at least two blank pages, six months’ validity, and a visa are required to enter Kenya. 

  • Single-entry visas are available upon arrival at Kenyan airports; however, Kenyan Immigration plans to end visas upon arrival in the near future. A single-entry e-visa/visa on arrival is $51.

  • Multiple-entry visas must be applied for prior to travel to Kenya.

  • Obtain the latest information on visas, as well as any additional details regarding entry requirements, from the Embassy of Kenya, 2249 R Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20008, telephone (202) 387-6101, or the Kenyan Consulates General in Los Angeles and New York City.

  • You should have proof of yellow fever immunizations, or you may be denied entry.

For additional information on immunizations and detailed country-specific recommendations on vaccinations and other health precautions for travelers to Kenya, visit the CDC’s Travelers’ Health website.



Visit the Tanzania Travel Advisory website for the most current travel information.

Visas are required for U.S. citizens traveling to Tanzania.

Foreign nationals may apply for a visa online in advance of travel. Applicants may complete the e-visa application form and make payment online with a credit card or bank transfer at If the e-visa is approved, the applicant will receive a “grant notice” via email. Present a copy of the grant notice to the Immigration Officer on arrival at the airport in Tanzania.

U.S. citizens may also obtain a tourist visa upon arrival at the airport in Tanzania. The cost is $100 USD. Be prepared to pay in cash in case connectivity issues make electronic transactions impossible.

A passport valid for a minimum of six months beyond visa issuance and/or date of entry, and at least one blank visa page, is required. Visitors who enter on visas must present a roundtrip ticket and demonstrate they have sufficient funds for their stay.

Be prepared to show your passport and explain your visa status when entering or departing Zanzibar or when traveling around the mainland.

Volunteer activity – even if the traveler is paying for the opportunity – is prohibited on a tourist visa. If you plan to engage in business or commercial transactions in Tanzania, please consult with the Embassy of Tanzania in Washington, D.C. before applying for a visa.

Visit the Embassy of Tanzania website for the most current visa information. Read the page on visas and immigration to ensure you will have the correct status during your visit to Tanzania.

Yellow fever vaccination is required for all travelers arriving from, or having transited through, countries where yellow fever is endemic. Direct arrivals from non-endemic countries, including all countries in Europe and North America, are usually not required to show a yellow fever vaccination certificate. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) provides additional information about recommended vaccines and medications for travelers going to Tanzania. The CDC notes there are reports that unless a traveler has a medical exemption letter from a physician, some immigration officials require evidence of the vaccine for entry in Tanzania – particularly entry via Zanzibar – from all travelers. Travelers with neither the shot nor an exemption letter are usually allowed entry and directed to a health officer to obtain the vaccine. The CDC recommends that travelers staying for an extended time or those who will be heavily exposed to mosquitoes consider obtaining the vaccination before visiting Tanzania.  

The U.S. Department of State is unaware of any HIV/AIDS entry restrictions for visitors to or foreign residents of Tanzania.

Find information on dual nationalityprevention of international child abduction , and customs regulations on our websites.

Currency Restrictions: Travelers are required to declare international currency valuing more than $10,000 on both entrance and exit from Tanzania. Non-residents (except Kenyans and Ugandans) may not import or export Tanzanian Shillings (TZS.)

Amanda Garrison (including all affiliations) offers retail travel services to customers, which are provided by separate and independent vendors of travel services. Amanda Garrison does not operate, control, or otherwise provide the services of independent travel vendors.  Hence, customer agrees that Amanda Garrison acts only as agent for the client in acquiring transportation, hotel accommodations, sightseeing, and other privileges, or services for the clients’ benefit, and on the express condition that Amanda Garrison shall not be responsible for any loss, accident, injury, delay, defect, omission or irregularity which may occur or be occasioned, whether by reason of any act, negligence or default of any company or person engaged in or responsible for carrying out any of the arrangements, or otherwise in connection therewith. I understand that there is a risk involved with any travel and any travel activities and/or excursions and I assume all responsibility. I acknowledge that I have the right to purchase my own travel insurance.


I understand that discounted fares and vacation packages typically involve restrictions, and changing of any of the travel arrangements results in payment of additional money. I understand all payments are nonrefundable. I understand that I am given the option to make payments if I do not choose to  Pay In Full. I understand payment due dates are provided and due on the date given. Failure to make payments without notice will result in forfeit of spot on the trip and no refund. I understand I am responsible for retaining my yellow card document and getting all proper vaccinations recommended from your doctor. 

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