Tours: Austin-Lehman Adventures - African Family Safari.
While on safari with Austin-Lehman, families can get up close and personal with Africa's abundant wildlife including giraffes, zebras, lions and rhinos plus have the opportunity to meet local people and experience the uniqueness and beauty of the continnent. Why not share the fun?
Here's the scoop.
As with all of Austin-Lehman’s family vacations,
African safari tours are designed for families with children seven years and older. Each unique itinerary is not only culturally immersive but offers one-of-a-kind small group learning opportunities that benefit both kids and parents. Accompanied by veteran nature guides and rangers, participants will get up close with iconic wildlife, creating unforgettable memories. Size matters.
It is the nature of ALA to limit the size of its programs to increase access afforded only to small groups. “Our credo has always been smaller is better,” says Dan Austin, co-founder and operating director. “With an average of just 12 guests and led by local experts, we can go places and do things that larger safari companies can’t.”All the fun is included.
Austin-Lehman Adventures manages all of the arrangements for its selected destinations that include iconic regions of Africa. Rates include first-class accommodations, most meals and beverages, expert guides, park entry fees, multisport activities such as hiking, biking, rafting, horseback riding and more, ground transportation and luggage service. Not included is round trip travel to the host city. More details at Austin-Lehman African Safari Tours
or more spcifically African Family Tour | Zambezi to Victoria Falls
- Travel by foot, truck, mountain bike, macoro and houseboat.
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For a copy of the catalog as well as information on ALA’s 66 unique itineraries for active adult and family travel, please call toll-free 1-800-575-1540. To review current trips, schedules and itineraries log onto www.austinlehman.com Content and images provided by Austin-Lehman Adventures. Copyright 2012.