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Limited Offer on our new Harare to Alexandria Expedition

 

Ethiopia

Here at Oasis we pride ourselves on our one-off Exploratory Expeditions, travelling through lesser known areas in search of new experiences and sights. Our 2018 Expedition travels from Harare to Alexandria in 16.5 weeks.

Destinations include

Mutarazi Falls National Park in Zimbabwe, a tiered horsetail waterfall- at 762m, the highest waterfall in Zimbabwe and seven times taller than Victoria Falls;  Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park (perhaps Africa’s greatest wildlife restoration story) and Mozambique’s stunning and remote Northern coastline.

Lake Tanganyika (Tanzania) – a renowned hotspot of aquatic biodiversity, harbouring hundreds of species that are found nowhere else in the world.

Murchison Falls in Uganda (Backdrop to The African Queen’ film) and Uganda’s largest protected area- home to  over 76 species of mammal, including 4 of ‘the big 5.’ Look out for hippos and crocodiles along the water’s edge!

Lake Turkana in Kenya – a stunningly beautiful jade green colour and, the world’s largest permanent desert lake. The Lake is set in a unique inhospitable landscape but, despite this, is home to some of Kenya’s remotest tribes – the distinctive Turkana and El Molo  the smallest tribe in Kenya.

Ethiopia, where there is an option to explore one of the lowest places on the planet (100m below sea level) – The Danakil Depression – the hottest place on earth and the ‘cradle of hominids’.

Djibouti is well off the usual overland trail, and, for a small country it packs a real punch- salt lakes, extinct volcanoes, fascinating tectonics and prehistoric history all set in a country where different cultures and empires collide – an intoxicating mix of African, Arabic and French influences.

If you book this trip before 2nd January 2018 we will include a Free Danakil Depression 4 x 4 Safari

Shorter sections of this expedition are available

43 Days Harare to Kampala

52 Days Addis Ababa to Alexandria

73 Days Kampala to Alexandria

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