Our second 2026 Conference will be held in the Maasai Mara Game Reserve in September, exact dates to be advised. Between conference sessions & a clinic visit, there'll be safaris through the park to see Africa's Big 5 & also a visit to a Maasai Mara tribe. You'll stay in luxuriously furnished tents featuring four-poster beds, en suite facilities & private decks overlooking the hippo filled Mara River 





This exotic spice island of Zanzibar is located in the Indian Ocean, just off the mainland of East Africa. It is characterized by beautiful sandy beaches with fringing coral reefs & the magic of historic Stone Town, a World Heritage Site. It's said to be the only functioning ancient town in East Africa so you'll view all the historical sites as well as other areas of the island. You'll also have the chance to swim in the aqua coloured water, snorkel with dolphins & enjoy a relaxing sunset dhow cruise



Ngorongoro Crater is an extinct volcanic caldera in the Eastern (Great) Rift Valley of northern Tanzania, measuring between 16-19 kms across & has an area of 264 square kms. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site & one of Africa's Seven Natural Wonders. There are approximately 25,000 large animals, living in the crater, including the black rhinoceros, African buffalo, hippopotamus, wildebeest, zebra, Lions, eland, gazelles & waterbucks & there's also the chance you may see cheetah, East African wild dog, African leopard & spotted hyenas. Lake Magadi which lies inside the crater, is often inhabited by thousands of flamingoes





Ethiopia is situated in the Horn of Africa above Kenya & split by the Great Rift Valley. With archaeological finds dating back more than 3 million years, it's a place of ancient culture. Its most important & most famous site are the UNESCO World Heritage rock churches in Lalibela, dating from the 12th-13th centuries. You'll also see the fascinating tribes in the Omo Valley; Simien Mountains National Park; Gondar known for the walled Fasil Ghebbi fortress & once the seat of Ethiopian emperors and Bahir Dar to visit some of the world's oldest churches & monasteries on Lake Tana - the source of the Blue Nile & the largest lake in Ethiopia




We'll start working on the program in late 2024 so if you're interested in receiving the dates once they are confirmed & then the information when it's available, please complete the Contact Form below & we'll email these to you



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