Your Chance to Win a Safari Trip For Two in Kenya
“Going on a safari in Africa is high on the list of things to do for many people. For those of us that have had a chance to take an African safari, it’s most likely one of the highlights of our travels”, according to this article written by Michael of Michael W Travels… — who recommended to me what was the best safari within the timeframe I had when I was in Kenya a couple of years ago. “Kim and I have visited South Africa, Namibia, Kenya and Uganda. We both agree that the best park we’ve visited on safari was the Masai Mara. I still remember our visit and would love to experience it again so I’d love to win this prize.”
Your Chance to Win a Safari Trip For Two in Kenya
Michael is referring to this contest from Lonely Planet, which is sponsored by Kenya Tourism Board and Gate1 Travel. Simply complete this quick form by Wednesday, August 23, 2017 at 11:59 in the evening Eastern Daylight Time before clicking on the Enter Now button. Only one entry per person is permitted in this sweepstakes.
If you are the winner of the prize, note that all travel must be completed by Monday, December 31, 2018; and you must book the package within 60 days of the prize being awarded.
The prize of one package trip for two adults to Kenya — called 7-Day Essential Kenya — includes:
- International round-trip airfare for flights for two adults to Kenya from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York — note that airline taxes and travel to and from New York from elsewhere in the United States are not included in the prize
- First class resort accommodations for five nights — including all transfers, 11 total meals per person consisting of five breakfasts, three lunches and three dinners, and hotel porterage — at the following:
- Hotel Royal Orchid Azure or Southern Sun Mayfair in Nairobi — depending on availability at time of booking and as decided by Gate1 Travel — for two nights
- Enashipai Resort & Spa or Sunbird Lodge in Nakuru for one night
- Mara Leisure Camp in Maasai Mara for two nights
- Game drives to the 48,000-acre Soysambu Conservancy and the magical Masai Mara National Reserve
- Sightseeing tour in a modern safari van with seven seats and National Park entry
- A visit to the Karen Blixen Museum, former home of the famous Out of Africa author
- A giraffe feeding experience at the Nairobi Giraffe Centre
- English speaking guides and restaurant tips available for the duration of trip
- A guided eco-walk on the shores of Lake Elementaita in the Great Rift Valley
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By entering the sweepstakes, you automatically agree to be legally bound by the terms and conditions of these official rules.
If you are a winner of the prize, you will be responsible for connecting airfare to New York, airline taxes, optional tours and gratuities, travel insurance, cost of obtaining passports and travel visas, vaccinations required for Kenya travel, and any other expenses, fees and costs connected with that prize that are not included in the prize description.
You must be a legal resident of the 50 United States and the District of Columbia who is at least 18 years of age or older at the time of entry with a valid e-mail account at the time of entry.
This contest is void outside the United States and where prohibited or restricted by law.
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I had the time of my life on safari in Kenya — even with the base camp itself and with what was called a box lunch. I even enjoyed meeting the people. The only negative part of the trip was that I never saw a leopard.
I hope that you win the sweepstakes if you decide to enter, which only takes a few seconds to complete and send the form.
If you would like to see some of the animals which I photographed during a safari in which I participated in Kenya back in 2015 — I still have additional articles to post, including one featuring hippopotami — please refer to these photographic essays…
- Cheetah — When I was unexpectedly treated to witnessing a cheetah surprising its prey, killing it and feasting on it
- Giraffe — When I simply hung around with the awkward but graceful giraffes
- Zebra — Watching zebras and their sometimes quirky behavior was interesting to me
- Lion — Viewing of the lion with one eye with his lioness companion
- Elephant — Hanging out with elephants at a watering hole
- Buffalo — Enjoying hanging out with elephants at a watering hole and witnessing the migration of large herds of cape buffalo
- Monkey — Observing playful vervet monkeys
- Baboon — Watching an olive baboon nursing her young
- Rhinoceros — Spotting a lone black rhinoceros crossing the road
- Flamingos — Dozens of pink greater flamingos; as well as pelicans and other waterfowl
- Birds — …as well as the different varieties of birds which I spotted while on safari in Kenya
…as well as of the people of the Maasai society.
- An Introduction and Welcome to a Maasai Village
- Homes Constructed With Cow Manure?!? In Villages of the Maasai People of Kenya, Yes
- How to Create Fire Without Matches or Lighters by Maasai People: A Photographic Essay
- Maasai People of Kenya: A Photographic Essay of Random Images
All photographs ©2015 by Brian Cohen.