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Great African Safaris are Not Tours

It’s finally time to turn your dreams of going on an African safari into reality!


I’m leading three new great African safaris in 2020 to Botswana, Tanzania, and Kenya.

Typical style small tented camps in my itineraries.

Each itinerary includes the best spots in each country for maximum wildlife, and are all-inclusive from start to finish. The accommodations are small chic camps intimately connected to Nature. We listen to lions roaring and animals walking by our tents at night. The food is fresh, organic and wonderful, the driver/guides and services are top notch throughout.  Each group is a maximum of six people with like-minded interests. All you need to do is relax, unwind, and enjoy while I take care of everything.

SavingWild safari with elephants

Great African safaris are not tours. They are experiences.

My safaris are known for having very close encounters with wildlife, and non-touristy activities available from my wide network in Africa.

There are many reasons why you shouldn’t wait to go on a safari. You can read about it HERE.

I’ve been leading Great African Safaris since 2004, am the author of two books on wildlife conservation, and worked for Jane Goodall for many years.

Read what Jane Goodall and others have to say about going on safari with me HERE.


Which of these Great African Safaris is perfect for you?


Botswana   –  January 20 – 28, 2020

January is Botswana’s green season. This special journey includes three uniquely different areas. We will travel from the Kalahari desert, where we meet the San Bushmen, our oldest living relatives, on to the Okavango Delta, where we traverse land and water, in jeeps and dug out canoes, among some of the widest varieties of wildlife in the world.

Email me to request a brochure with all the details.

saving wild images


Tanzania   –  January 31- February 8, 2020

This journey includes the Ngorongoro Crater (one of the 7 Wonders of the World), the infamous Serengeti, and Olduvai Gorge (the Cradle of Mankind). We will visit a Maasai village, Manyara National Park, and the wonderful Gibbs Farm. This time of year we are also most likely to see the wildebeest migration. This is a perfect safari for first-time travelers to Africa. 

Email me to request a brochure with all the details.


saving wild on safari in Kenya


Kenya  –  September 24 – October 3, 2020

We will visit three completely different Parks – Lewa, the Masai Mara, and the Samburu area in Northern Kenya. Jam-packed with wildlife, this trip guarantees rhino sightings, and the wildebeest migration. We will also take a behind the scenes tour of a new elephant orphanage, visit the singing wells, and meet with anti-poaching rangers. This is a perfect choice for first-time safari travelers as well as people who would like a mix of wildlife and cultural experiences.

Email me to request a brochure with all the details.

Go on an African safari with Expert safari leader, Lori Robinson


Take the first step in making your dream a reality. Contact me to request a brochure or set up a time to talk. Don’t see what you are looking for. Let me help custom design your perfect safari.

Contact me now: [email protected]

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