Living Desert museum and zoo hosts a lion- and leopard-viewing safari to Tanzania

Go on and Allen Monroe, a wildlife expert and president of the Palm Desert-based zoo and gardens.

The 10-day adventure includes morning and afternoon game drives in , home to tree-climbing lions; , famous for its “big five” animals: lions, leopards, Cape buffalo, rhinoceroses and elephants; and , known for its distinctive baobab trees.

Highlights include a two-night stay at the edge of the Ngorongoro Crater, said to have the densest concentration of animals on Earth, and a visit to a Masai village. Group size limited to 24.

Dates: June 3-13

Price: $3,375 per person, double occupancy; $450 single supplement. Included are accommodations in tent camps and lodges, seven breakfasts and six lunches and dinners, guides, wildlife viewing and park entry fees. International airfare not included.

Info: , , Ext. 2163


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