Ready to visit the actual Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Africa? Join Zoo Boise on a 14-day VIP trip to see the animals, experience the park, and meet the people of Gorongosa National Park. Trip also includes stops in Johannesburg and Kruger National Park in South Africa.
General Itinerary includes:
Johannesburg, South Africa
Guided tour of the Apartheid Museum and Soweto.
Gorongosa National Park
Seven days/nights in the park for game drives and educational presentations. Lodging is in Chitengo Camp. While in Gorongosa, the group will go on game drives to see lions, elephants and all of the amazing wildlife in the park. We will also tour the Wilson Research Lab, local communities and other programs that are supported by the Zoo Boise Conservation Fund.
Kruger National Park
Includes night game drive, full game drive and morning game drive. While in Kruger, guests will be able to see animals such as rhinos and giraffe that you won’t see in Gorongosa.
$5,650 per person. This includes all lodging, transport and tours within Africa, and most meals are included. All guests must be 12 years or older.
A $500 non-refundable deposit is required for each spot you are reserving. Spots are available to Zoo Boise donors and volunteers first and then to the general public.
This cost does not include:
- Travel costs to/from Johannesburg
- Visa (required for Mozambique). 2019 costs were approximately $300
- Any necessary immunizations
- Approximately 5 meals (Dinner meals in Johannesburg, all meals in Maputo)
- Alcoholic drinks
- Tips (plan on at least $275 in tips)
- Single occupancy available for approximately $400 per person
June 19 – July 3 (with Zoo Boise veterinarian Dr. Holman) – Limited Spots Available
July 10-24, 2020 – Trip is full, wait list only
August 10-24, 2020 – If a minimum of 10 travelers sign up
If interested in reserving your spot or if you have questions, please contact Rachel Winer at 208-608-7764 or by EMAIL.
Want to visit Gorongosa National Park, but aren’t able to? Don’t worry, Zoo Boise just opened a brand new 2.5-acre Gorongosa National Park Exhibit where you can find some of the animals, culture, and art of the actual park in Mozambique.