Origins Safaris + WIT Escorted Trip to East Africa

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Considering a safari in Africa? For years, Wittravel has partnered up with Origins Safari, providing unforgettable trips to travelers with a passion for wildlife and adventure. Wittravel’s owners, Christina and John, possess a deep love for Africa and are eager to recommend Origins’ tailor-made trips with our clients.

Origins Safaris first had their start as East African Ornithological Safaris back in the ’60s. The organization’s team of specialist ornithologist guides led birdwatching tours all over Kenya and Tanzania. Now, Origins organizes trips all over East and Central Africa. Picture yourself spending a day with the tribes of the Omo Delta, or photographing Mountain Gorillas at the Virunga Volcanoes. Chase the migration in a helicopter or rest up from that day’s safari in your private tented camp. Looking for somewhere special to spend your honeymoon? Why not join Origins Safaris for a week on the savannah, toasting your new life together over champagne as you admire your panoramic view of the stunning Great Rift Valley?

Whatever your niche, Origins can help you find it! Their expert guides lead unique, amazing trips that are specially tailored to your needs.

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Safari in Fall 2015! Just about every year, Wittravel Owners Christina and John escort a small group to Kenya and Tanzania with the help of Origins Safaris. They still have limited space on two tours this Fall! The first tour needs to be in Nairobi by 28 September, and the second group departs in October. Give Christina a call at 503-224-0180 or email info@wittravel.com to find out more. Hurry! These escorted expeditions are incredibly popular!

Check out the full itinerary on page 12 of our newsletter: http://wittravel.com/WIT%20Newsletter%20Winter2015_web.pdf

Or click here to check out the Gallery of one of Christina and John’s previous trips with Origins Safaris!

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