Where the Wild Things Are.
“It had to be predators. The plains were alive with the tension that only they could impart. The blond grass-heads seemed almost to rustle with anticipation. A lone wildebeest galloped away... The sound of the grass parting caused warthogs to stand rigid, noses thrust enquiringly into the air. Gazelles, impalas, Coke’s hartebeest and topi all stopped feeding, signalling to every other living thing by their alert posture that a predator had been sighted.”
—Jonathan Scott, Kingdom of Lions
Imagine standing beside Jonathan Scott—world renowned naturalist, photographer, illustrator, and author—at the moment he watched this scene unfold. Now stretch your imagination a bit further, and picture spending 12 days by his side, seeing what he sees, experiencing East Africa through his incredibly well trained eyes.
Dreams do come true.
In early February 2013, Jonathan Scott and his immensely talented wife, Angela, host a one-time-only R. Crusoe safari through Kenya and Tanzania. A small group of lucky souls (18 max) are invited to join the Scotts on a fantastic journey to Samburu, Lake Nakuru, and the Masai Mara in Kenya, and the Serengeti, Olduvai Gorge, Ngorongoro Crater, the Karatu coffee lands, and Lake Manyara in Tanzania.
Throughout the safari, we stay in exquisite lodges and luxurious tented camps and travel primarily by bush plane.
Along the way, Jonathan and Angie share with us their favorite spots for observing East Africa’s most incredible creatures, including those that participate in the annual Great Migration. Brace yourself for lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, hyenas, rhinos, crocs, and uncountable birds—on the ground and in the trees.
As we are keeping the safari group to a maximum of only 18 travelers, space will go quickly. Booking is on a first come-first served basis. If you are interested in joining this safari, contact Kiran Chand at R. Crusoe immediately by phone at 888-490-8013 or by email at email@example.com.
See you on the African plains.