Venture Out Adds Gay African Safari Tour to 2015 Calendar

Gay African Safari TourVenture Out is pleased once again to offer a very popular tour for the fifth time. It blends a splendid sampling of African culture, incredible wildlife, other outdoor activities, great food and wine, gorgeous scenery, and beautiful accommodations. We begin in Cape Town, one of the world’s most beautiful cities, and then our wildlife safari unfolds in Botswana — arguably the best place in Africa for a safari. Finishing up at the stunning Victoria Falls we will cover a vast, majestic land, and this is sure to be the trip of a lifetime!

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  • Immerse yourself in an unforgettable 7-night wildlife safari in Botswana and Zimbabwe
  • See what the fuss is about in the Okavango Delta and Savuti
  • Witness the majesty of stunning Victoria Falls
  • Enjoy beautiful day trips around Cape Town, South Africa — including the Cape of Good Hope and the Winelands
  • Enjoy lovely, upscale accommodations throughout
  • Savor delicious meals and wine along the way

South Africa Tour for Gay TravelersCape Town is certainly one of the world’s most scenic cities. We will visit the environs of the city: the lovely Winelands area that produces most of South Africa’s excellent vintages and home to some acclaimed restaurants, as well as the fantastically scenic Cape Peninsula down to the Cape of Good Hope at the “bottom of Africa.”

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Being a natural wonderland, the country of Botswana is exceedingly rich in wildlife, and its vast expanses of nature are filled with a wide variety of fauna and flora to see and experience. In fact, some safari aficionados consider Botswana to be Africa’s best country for this type of experience owing to its policy of keeping the number of visitors on the low side (while placing a premium on the pricing). Safari tours in Botswana are exciting and will leave you awestruck.

guillermodanVictoria Falls is justifiably called one of the Wonders of the Natural World, and spans a little more than a mile, making it the widest show of its kind on earth. The sight of more than 2 million gallons of water per second from the Zambezi River crashing 300 feet down (twice the height of Niagara) is one not easily forgotten.