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DENVER, CO - April 2011 ˆ Rothschild Safaris gears up for summer by announcing six incredible experiences designed to be added on to its already outstanding safari itineraries.  With something for the romantic traveler, the conservationist and the adventurer alike, the following exceptional excursions will guarantee a one-of-a-kind African experience for any intrepid explorer.

1. A romantic dinner for two on the mile-wide Zambezi River

Enjoy a candlelit dinner for two on the Zambezi River, with each delicious course rowed out by a personal valet. Located just upstream of the Victoria Falls in Zambia, the Tongabezi Lodge offers its guests a romantic night on the river they will never forget. Included in room rate. (Tongabezi Lodge, Victoria Falls, Zambia)

2. Sipping gin and tonics while watching the sunset over the Serengeti

At the Singita Sasakwa Lodge in Tanzania, guests are able to enjoy the traditional „sundowner‰ as they sip a gin and tonic while watching the red ball of the African sun fall over the Serengeti Plains.  As they look out on tens of thousands of wildebeest and zebra grazing on Singita‚s 340,000 acre private reserve, guests lose themselves in the African wild that is within an arms length.  Included in room rate. (Singita Sasakwa Lodge, Tanzania)

3. Interacting with wild chimpanzees on the shores of Lake Tanganyika

While staying at the wildly exotic Greystoke Mahale camp in Tanzania, hike in the lush tropical forest and sit with wild chimpanzees as they groom, eat, wrestle, bicker and mother their young on the pristine shores of Lake Tanganyika. The second deepest lake in the world sparkles with crystal clear water and is home to over 250 species of tropical fish.  Included in room rate. (Greystoke Mahale, Tanzania)

4. Tracking elephants, rhinos, lions and buffalo through the Luangwa Valley

In an intimate setting with no more than eight people per bush camp, guests will track elephants, rhinos, lions and buffalo through the wilderness of Zambia‚s iconic South Luangwa National Park. The six camps of The Bushcamp Company feature first-class hospitality, sumptuous food and expert guides in the place where the African walking safari was pioneered over thirty years ago.  Included in room rate. (The Bushcamp Company, Zambia)

5. Walking with orphaned elephants in the wilds of Botswana

For travelers looking for a hands-on experience, Stanley‚s Camp elephant interaction invites guests to walk with orphaned elephants raised by humans as they forage and explore their home in the wilds of Botswana.  The walking safaris awaken the senses through touch, smell and feel of the African bush.  Guests spend their nights in the camp overlooking the lush Okavango Plains. $300-$375 per person. (Stanley‚s Camp Elephant Interaction, Botswana)

6. Whitewater rafting the Zambezi rapids below awesome Victoria Falls

Thrill-seeking travelers must experience the „wildest one-day whitewater run in the world.‰ The adrenaline rush of rafting in the whitewater chaos of the Zambezi rapids below Victoria Falls in Zambia and Zimbabwe will thrill any adrenaline junkie. Spend the day rafting then unwind with drinks at the campsite under the African night.  $120-$155 per person. (Victoria Falls, Zambia or Zimbabwe)

For nearly two decades, Rothschild Safaris has been dedicated to personally exploring the African continent in order to custom design safari adventures for clients worldwide.  Whether travelers are looking to camp under the stars of the African sky or experience total luxury and style in permanent tents and lodges, Rothschild Safaris always delivers high value at a reasonable cost, and prides itself on personally experiencing every destination, guide, camp, and lodge they offer with their itineraries. For more information, please call 1-800-405-9463 or visit  

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