22166
California

From A to Zebra: A Sonoma Serengeti Safari With Your Family

Spot African animals like giraffes and zebras from an authentic safari jeep and camp in tents on a wildlife preserve in the “Sonoma Serengeti” with your family.
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Program No. 22166RJ
Length
4 days
Starts at
1,349

At a Glance

Go “wild” on an adventure with your family at the Safari West Wildlife Preserve. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to the Serengeti of East Africa as you jump into a real safari jeep to search for spotted cheetahs sunbathing on a hill and neon pink flamingos wading through shallow pools of water. Trek through the inner grounds to look for giraffes towering over the grasslands and grazing gazelles. Become an expert on an animal as you put together a research project to present to your new friends. Experience the sights and sounds of the Serengeti as you learn with your family about some of nature’s most majestic animals!
Family Programs
Family Programs
Share your love of learning with your family. These programs are designed for any combination of generations: grandparents, aunts, uncles, parents and children.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Enjoy a truly immersive African experience by staying overnight in tents imported from Africa with views of grazing giraffes!
  • Get up close with a special presentation of mammals and other fun critters of all shapes and sizes.
  • Move to the rhythm and beat of African music during a private dance lesson.

General Notes

For a comparable intergenerational adventure for just grandparents and grandchildren, check out "From A to Zebra: A Sonoma Serengeti Safari With Your Grandchild" (#15605).
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Folktales from Africa
by Dianne Stewart
The Magnificent Book of Animals
by Tom Jackson
African Critters
by Robert Haas
Why Mosquitos Buzz in People's Ears: A West African Tale
by Verna Aardema
The Kingdon Pocket Guide to African Mammals
by Jonathan Kingdon
The Tree Where Man Was Born
by Peter Matthiessen





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