From the Sphinx to the Seychelles to Cape Town’s Table Mountain, encounter one wonder after the next on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to eight African countries aboard a new, custom-configured private jet. 

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Best of Africa: A Cultural and Wildlife Journey by Private Jet

22 days from $129,950

From the Sphinx to the Seychelles to Cape Town’s Table Mountain, encounter one wonder after the next on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to eight African countries aboard a new, custom-configured private jet. 

or Call 866-903-7650

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May 20 - Jun 10, 2023 Departure
Don Wilson

Don Wilson

Don Wilson is Curator Emeritus of Mammals at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and was named senior scientist in January 2000. Don was director of the Smithsonian's Biodiversity Programs for ten years. A distinguished mammalogist and an internationally recognized authority on bats, he earned his Ph.D. in Biology from the University of New Mexico. He is the author of over 270 scientific publications and 30 books, including the highly acclaimed 9-volume series Handbook of Mammals of the World. For the last 50 years, his work has taken him around the world conducting field work and research. He has led tours for Smithsonian Journeys to most of the world's greatest natural history destinations, from Antarctica to Zimbabwe. Don loves to share his passion for the natural world, and his easygoing nature, sense of humor, and excellent presentations have earned him much praise and a loyal following from Smithsonian travelers.