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Albatros East Africa

Albatros Travel fulfills a niche in the marketplace that isn't often addressed within East Africa. As a ground handler, not only does Albatros design carefully crafted FITs applying an impressive depth of product knowledge, they also offer high-quality, high-value small group set departures. Albatros Travel East Africa operates as an arm of Albatros Global, with offices in both Nairobi and Arusha - the Kenya office was the first to open in 1986, followed by Tanzania in 1995. Julian Camm, an East Africa safari industry veteran, heads the operations from Arusha leading teams of consultants and operations staff in each office.

We strive to maintain high levels of staff training with regular educational trips to new and existing products, allowing our tour mangers to stay as current as possible. With a small team and very low turnover, we are able to concentrate on equipping our consultants with a wealth of knowledge on the destination ensuring our North American trade partners a quick, easy and efficient service and responses. Due to the size of our team and our modest volume of clients, we cater to the practice that both you and your client receive a personalized level of  service from our team and not just numbers but truly partners and guests.



East Africa's Great Migration

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The seemingly endless plains of the East African savannah are the setting for one of the world's greatest wildlife spectacles in which a million and a half animals move through the Serengeti eco-system following the seasonal rains and - the food. From Tanzania's Serengeti to the hills of Kenya's Masai Mara, over 1.4 million wildebeests and 200,000 zebras and gazelles, all being relentlessly pursued by Africa's great predators, make the perilous journey of 1,800 miles each year in search of fresh green shoots to graze upon. Read on for more great information on the Migration from  Albatros Travel East Africa

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Tanzania Wildlife Week

This Tanzania wildlife safari begins in the foothills of Kilimanjaro and along the flamingo lined shores of the beautiful Lake Manyara National Park.From here it's into the iconic Serengeti National Park, arguably the best game park in the world and then onward to the famous wildlife-rich Ngorongoro Crater. Finally, complete this action-packed safari adventure in the baobab-studded landscape of Tarangire National Park. This is a wonderful high-value, high-quality safari option featuring up-market, highly rated accommodations!  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for net rates and a full list of departure dates or check out our Travel Trade Resources to download the full itinerary.

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Albatros East Africa Team

Julian Camm, General Manager - East Africa
About me: I was born in Ghana, West Africa, before moving to the UK for my education. I moved to Tanzania in February 1999 to work for one of the larger safari companies here, reaching the position of General Manager. In September 2007, I joined Albatros Travel as the East Africa General Manager and have enjoyed the more personalised service that we give to each client that travels with us.

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The History of Albatros Travel Denmark

Albatros East Africa is part of Albatros Travel A/S, a Danish travel company founded in 1986 by the biologist and writer Søren Rasmussen. Initially Albatros only offered tours to Africa, but over the years has expanded to include worldwide destinations, with a particular emphasis on ecotourism in Greenland and Africa. We also offer cruises and arrange adventure marathon holidays in challenging environments, such as along the top of the Great Wall of China and on the Polar Ice Cap. Furthermore we regularly set sail for the remote Arctic regions aboard our ice-strengthened small cruise ship, Corinthian II, and show people some of the wildest and most untouched areas on Earth. 

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