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Botswana

The Best of Botswana: An In-Depth Safari Experience

Venture into the Botswanan wilderness to witness elephants, lions, leopards and more, as a local expert teaches you about Botswana’s four unique ecosystems and their cultures.
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Program No. 22424RJ
Length
14 days
Starts at
8,349
Flights start at
1,450
Botswana

The Best of Botswana: An In-Depth Safari Experience

Venture into the Botswanan wilderness to witness elephants, lions, leopards and more, as a local expert teaches you about Botswana’s four unique ecosystems and their cultures.
Length
14 days
Starts at
8,349
Flights start at
1,450
Program No. 22424 RJ
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DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Oct 22 - Nov 4, 2021
Starting at
8,349
Itinerary Note

Pre-program extension #22430 “Extension: Victoria Falls” is offered in conjunction with this departure. At Leroo La Tau, this departure has a good chance of seeing the zebra migration, which is the second largest zebra migration in the world.

Oct 30 - Nov 12, 2021
Starting at
8,349
Itinerary Note

At Leroo La Tau, this departure has a good chance of seeing the zebra migration, which is the second largest zebra migration in the world.

Nov 9 - Nov 22, 2021
Starting at
8,349
Itinerary Note

At Leroo La Tau, this departure has a good chance of seeing the zebra migration, which is the second largest zebra migration in the world.

DATES & starting prices
PRICES
Oct 22 - Nov 4, 2021
Starting at
9,429
Itinerary Note

Pre-program extension #22430 “Extension: Victoria Falls” is offered in conjunction with this departure. At Leroo La Tau, this departure has a good chance of seeing the zebra migration, which is the second largest zebra migration in the world.

Oct 30 - Nov 12, 2021
Starting at
9,429
Itinerary Note

At Leroo La Tau, this departure has a good chance of seeing the zebra migration, which is the second largest zebra migration in the world.

Nov 9 - Nov 22, 2021
Starting at
9,429
Itinerary Note

At Leroo La Tau, this departure has a good chance of seeing the zebra migration, which is the second largest zebra migration in the world.

At a Glance

Join Road Scholar experts to discover the extraordinary wildlife of Botswana in its four highly contrasting but equally stunning ecosystems — riverine, savanna, delta and desert. Home to the world’s largest concentration of elephant as well as many rare species like lions, leopards and wild dogs, Botswana is a safari paradise. Travel from the verdant Okavango Delta to the ancient Kalahari Desert and the famed Chobe National Park, where great rivers meet and elephants roam freely. When you’re not exploring the Botswanan wilderness, take excursions to local villages to learn firsthand about their fascinating cultural practices and remarkable survival skills.

Extend Your Adventure

This program offers an optional program extension.

Extension: Victoria Falls

Thrill in the beauty of Victoria Falls as you explore Southern Africa’s natural wonders. Gain insight into the work of Dr. David Livingstone, as well as the elephant species.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Minimal walking. Participants must be able to endure bumpy rides in four-wheel drive vehicles for up to four hours. Elevations up to 5,575 feet.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 10 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • With expert naturalists, get up close to some of the most incredible creatures on the planet.
  • Explore the wonderfully diverse flora and fauna in Botswana’s four unique ecosystems.
  • Experience authentic Botswana culture on excursions to local villages to meet students and residents.

General Notes

This program features an extension on select dates: "Extension: Victoria Falls" (#22430).
Featured Expert
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Lisa Reed
Lisa Reed was born in Zimbabwe, spent her school years in South Africa, and now lives in Botswana. She has worked or visited most Southern and East African safari destinations, and has managed safari camps on her own and with others since being in Botswana. Lisa has a natural affinity with adults and children, and enjoys passing on her years of experience and knowledge to the next generation. She has been leading safaris for Road Scholar for more than 15 years.

Please note: This expert may not be available for every date of this program.

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Lisa Reed was born in Zimbabwe, spent her school years in South Africa, and now lives in Botswana. She has worked or visited most Southern and East African safari destinations, and has managed safari camps on her own and with others since being in Botswana. Lisa has a natural affinity with adults and children, and enjoys passing on her years of experience and knowledge to the next generation. She has been leading safaris for Road Scholar for more than 15 years.
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Andre Joubert has held numerous positions in managing and providing wildlife education throughout Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia. This South African-born outdoorsman served as park warden of Skeleton Coast Park in Namibia and chief warden of Botswana’s Khama Rhino Sanctuary, whose objective was to save Botswana’s last remaining White Rhinoceros population. Andre shares a passion for working with people and instilling his strong wilderness ethics in public education.
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A local of northern Zimbabwe, Keith Chisnall relishes in showing the bush culture to travelers from around the world. As a child, Keith learned the medicinal value of bush plants, how to track animals, tribal customs and the indigenous flora and fauna, and his knowledge has only grown since then. He’s worked as an engineer, salesman and detective, but his most meaningful work has been in leading educational adventures. After over 20 years of experience leading groups in “Big Five” territory, you can rely on Keith to explain every aspect and every detail of the wilderness!
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.
Botswana Map
by Reise Know How
A detailed map of Botswana at a scale of 1:1,000,000. Unfolded size: 27 x 39 inches.
Wildlife of Southern Africa
by Martin B. Withers
This Princeton Pocket Guide, featuring 400 color photographs by Withers and co-author David Hosking, covers all the birds, mammals, lizards and insects you are likely to encounter.
The Double Comfort Safari Club
by Alexander McCall Smith
Infinitely patient Precious Ramotswe and her prickly secretary (make that assistant detective!) Grace Makutsi, head to the Okavango Delta where there have been several unexplained and troubling events including the demise of one of the guests.
The Last Elephants
by Colin Bell & Don Pinnock
African savanna elephants--among the most magnificent and beloved of our fellow mammals--are an extraordinary, social, and intelligent species. The Last Elephants, an homage to these animals and a clarion call for their preservation, is based upon a shocking finding: savanna elephant populations across Africa are being decimated, with two to three murdered every hour for their ivory. Without action, these elephants soon will vanish from our world. They are a species in imminent danger of extinction, and it is up to us to save them.
Botswana, the Bradt Safari Guide
by Marcelle Bienvenu (Contributor), Chris McIntyre
With comprehensive coverage of history, flora, fauna and practicalities, this fourth edition presents Okavango, Chobe, the Kalahari and other popular destinations in detail.
Twenty Chickens for a Saddle
by Robyn Scott
Haphazardly schooled by her free-spirited mother and left to roam the bush, Scott writes with warmth and candor of her unconventional upbringing in Botswana, commenting on her Grandpa Ivor (personal pilot to the first president of Botswana), physician father's work, unfortunate pets, siblings and adventures.
Africa, a Biography of the Continent
by John Reader
With the ease of a practiced journalist, Reader weaves a masterful and lively tale of the continent, from ancient cultures to modern times. Both authoritative and informal, this is a splendid introduction to all of Africa.
Newman's Birds of Southern Africa
by Kenneth Newman
This commemorative 10th edition celebrates the late author with a fully revised and updated version. Edits were done by his daughter, Vanessa Newman, to reflect the latest research, taxonomy and common names.
A Natural History Guide to the Arid Kalahari
by Gus and Margie Mills
The landscapes and vegetation, the antelope, the hyenas, cats and other carnivores, the birds and the smaller creatures... all are included in this comprehensive guide. Plus: Tips and advice for getting the most out of your visit to the arid Kalahari. Not only is A Natural History Guide to the Arid Kalahari a wonderful guide to one of the most intriguing nature destinations in Africa, but you can read it like a book.
Whatever You Do, Don't Run
by Peter Allison
Allison spins captivating tales of wildlife, camps and the life of a safari guide into a hilarious, slyly informative introduction to Botswana.
Cry of the Kalahari, Seven Years in Africa's Last Great Wilderness
by Mark Owens, Delia Owens
The story of a family thrown out of Botswana for its stance on conservation. While their approach to conservation is controversial, there's no doubt that the Owens are dedicated to the wildlife of Southern Africa -- and are very good writers.
The Healing Land
by Rubert Isaacson
The author travels to the dry grasslands of southern Africa in search of the legendary Kalahari Bushmen and finds evidence of shamans, powerful religious rituals, tribal hunting practices, and much, much more.
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14 days
13 nights
33 meals
11 B 5BR 6 L 11 D
DAY
1
In Transit to Program
In Flight
DAY
2
Arrive Johannesburg, Check-in, Welcome Dinner, Orientation
Johannesburg
D
Courtyard Hotel Eastgate

Activity note: Hotel check-in from 2:00pm

Afternoon: Check in at the hotel and relax before the welcome dinner.

Dinner: At the hotel, enjoy a buffet welcome dinner including a starter and entrée with side dish; a welcome drink, bottled water, coffee and tea are provided.

Evening: Orientation: The Site Coordinator will greet everyone with a warm welcome and lead introductions. We will review the up-to-date program schedule and any changes, discuss roles and responsibilities, logistics, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have. Our Group Leader will meet us in Botswana tomorrow. We are fortunate to have as our Group Leader a knowledgeable expert who will also serve as our primary lecturer for most of the program. Please note that program activities, schedules, and personnel may need to change due to local circumstances. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding. Continue getting to know your fellow participants, settle in, and get a good night’s rest for the day ahead.

DAY
3
Fly to Botswana, Chobe National Park, Overview of Botswana
Chobe National Park
B,L,D
Chobe Game Lodge

Activity note: Flight is approximately 1 hour 40 minutes. Game drives throughout the program typically last between 3 to 4 hours in the early mornings and late afternoons, when the animals are most active.

Breakfast: Taken at the hotel, breakfast will be an expansive buffet featuring a variety of cold cereals, fresh fruit, cold meats and cheeses, pastries and hot items such as bacon, sausage, tomatoes and mushrooms. Omelettes, eggs and waffles are cooked on demand. Fruit juices, coffee, tea and water provided.

Morning: We will check out of the hotel and board the motorcoach, transferring to Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo airport for our flight to Kasane, Botswana.

Lunch: Provided in flight.

Afternoon: Upon an early afternoon arrival in Kasane, we will clear Botswana customs and immigration before being met for our transfer in 4x4 game viewing vehicles into Chobe National Park and our lodge. Part of the transfer will take us through the park, so there will be the potential of seeing wildlife along the way. Chobe National Park remains one of Africa’s prime game-viewing areas. Here one finds all of the “Big Five,” except for rhino. This is elephant country, home to the largest population of elephants in the world…many of these great grey giants can be seen at this time of year. (Note that seasonality makes a big difference in how much game you will see. If it’s dry you will see larger herds; if it has recently rained the animals will be more dispersed.) The park forms part of Botswana’s northern-most border and is a contrast of desert aridity and flood plains. The Chobe region is best known for its vast magnificent river and floodplains filled with grazing herds of big game. Buffalo, sable, lion, leopard, hippo, hyena, and many species of antelope find safety in this huge national park. Chobe is one of Africa’s most pristine ecosystems and greatest wildlife refuges. After settling into our rooms, we will embark on our first safari game drive of the program, each vehicle with its own local safari expert. We will move slowly through the plains in open-air 4x4 vehicles, searching for wildlife, birds and the unique flora resident in the park.

Dinner: At the lodge, dinner will be our choice to order from an a la carte menu. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium alcohol will be available for purchase.

Evening: This evening, our Group Leader will give us a thorough overview of Botswana, including the cultures, history and politics of the country.

DAY
4
Game Drive, Sustainable Tourism Class, Game-viewing Cruise
Chobe National Park
B,L,D
Chobe Game Lodge

Breakfast: Early morning tea/coffee, fresh fruit juices, rusks and muffins will be served at the lodge prior to the morning game drive departing. Upon our return to the lodge after the game drive, a more substantial buffet will be served until 10:00am which will including a variety of items such as cold cereal, cold meat, cheeses, toast, and fresh fruit, plus coffee, tea, fresh juice, water.

Morning: In the early hours of the day, we will head out on a game drive in search of elephants, giraffes, zebra, kudu, impala, and the big cats such as lion and leopard. During our game drive, we will take a short break to enjoy coffee, tea, and rusks (South African-style biscotti). Following breakfast, we will have an opportunity to rest, relax, and enjoy the lodge’s amenities.

Lunch: At the lodge, lunch will be our choice to order from an a la carte menu. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium alcohol will be available for purchase.

Afternoon: In the early afternoon, we will have the rare opportunity of a back-of-house visit at the lodge. Here, a lodge employee will introduce us to the sustainable tourism movement happening in Botswana, and have the chance to see how that movement is being put into practice. Following afternoon tea and snacks, we will explore the Chobe River by motorboat where we may come face to face with the elephant, buffalo and other wildlife that gather on the banks of the river to drink and bathe. The boat will provide a unique viewpoint of the riparian environment, with its numerous birds including sacred ibis, blue heron, goliath heron, saddle-billed storks, marabou storks and little egrets.

Dinner: Lodge a la carte meal.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
5
Safari Game Drives
Chobe National Park
B,L,D
Chobe Game Lodge

Breakfast: Early morning coffee/tea and snacks prior to game drive, followed by a substantial lodge buffet after the game drive.

Morning: We will embark on an early morning game drive within the park, exploring tracks not previously driven, searching for the animals and birds that are active during the morning hours. Following breakfast, we will have an opportunity to rest, relax, and enjoy the lodge’s amenities.

Lunch: Lodge a la carte meal.

Afternoon: Following afternoon tea, we will board our safari vehicles for an afternoon game drive through the park, where we are likely to see many herds of elephants as they make their way up and down the river. We will arrive back at the lodge with time to freshen up before dinner.

Dinner: Lodge a la carte meal.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
6
Fly To Savute, Elephant Class, Game Drive
Western Chobe National Park (Savute)
B,L,D
Savute Safari Lodge

Activity note: Flight is approximately 45 minutes. Flights between safari lodges are dependent on the movement of the guests within the lodging circuit. It is possible we may have short stops to allow other lodge guests on/off en-route to our destination. Flight schedules will not be available until the day prior to our flights. Duration of the drive to the lodge varies depending on animal sightings along the way.

Breakfast: Lodge buffet.

Morning: Check out of the lodge and in our open-air safari vehicles, we will do a game-drive transfer out of the park to Kasane airport, where we board our light aircraft charter flight bound for Savute, in the western part of Chobe National Park. Upon arrival at the dirt airstrip in Savute, we will be driven in our safari vehicles to the lodge; wildlife may be seen en-route.

Lunch: At the lodge, enjoy a plentiful buffet featuring salads, a main entrée, and hot breakfast items such as sausage, bacon, and eggs cooked to order. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium brand alcohol will be available for purchase.

Afternoon: Over afternoon tea and snacks, our Group Leader will give a lecture on elephant behavior and social structure. Afterward, we will climb into our open-air safari vehicles to head out on a late afternoon game drive, exploring the Savute Marsh which simply teems with wildlife. We will return to the lodge before dinner.

Dinner: At the lodge, we will have a multi-course dinner consisting of a plated starter and dessert, and main course buffet including a choice of dishes with meat and vegetarian options. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium brand alcohol will be available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
7
Game Drive, The San (Bushmen) Class, Game Drive
Western Chobe National Park (Savute)
B,BR,D
Savute Safari Lodge

Breakfast: At the lodge prior to the morning game drive, early morning tea/coffee and light breakfast items will be served, including fresh fruit, yogurt, toast and cereals.

Morning: In the early morning hours, we will explore the area on a game drive. If natural elements allow, we will stop at Gubatsa Hills to see the ancient San rock paintings (note that occasionally a female leopard chooses to den at Gubatsa Hills, so we may not be able to exit the vehicle to explore). Following brunch, we will have an opportunity to rest, relax, and enjoy the lodge’s amenities.

Brunch: Lodge buffet.

Afternoon: This afternoon, our Group Leader will discuss the San (Bushmen), their history in the area, and their amazing survival skills in inhospitable environments. Following afternoon tea, we will head out on a late afternoon game drive.

Dinner: Lodge meal.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
8
Fly To Moremi, Okavango Delta Class & Game Drive
Moremi Game Reserve
B,L,D
Camp Xakanaxa

Activity note: Flight is approximately 35 minutes. Flights between safari lodges are dependent on the movement of the guests within the lodging circuit. It is possible we may have short stops to allow other lodge guests on/off en-route to our destination. Flight schedules will not be available until the day prior to our flights. Drive to the lodge is 20 minutes; animals may be seen along the way.

Breakfast: Lodge buffet.

Morning: We will check out of the lodge before our game drive to the airstrip near Savute, where we will board our light aircraft charter flight to the Moremi Game Reserve. Upon arrival at the dirt airstrip in Moremi, we will be driven in safari vehicles to the camp, with a good chance of seeing wildlife along the way.

Lunch: At the lodge, enjoy a plentiful buffet featuring salads, a main entrée, and hot breakfast items such as sausage, bacon, and eggs cooked to order. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium brand alcohol will be available for purchase.

Afternoon: Our Group Leader will discuss the geology and hydrology of the Okavango Delta for today's class. Following afternoon tea, we will embark on a safari game drive in Moremi, driving through a large variety of different vegetation types, down winding tracks, through mopane forests and across lush grasslands in search of plains game and other species. The scenic beauty of the area will add to our experience of Botswana’s verdant Garden of Eden, the Okavango Delta.

Dinner: At the lodge, we will have a multi-course dinner consisting of a plated starter and dessert, and main course buffet including a choice of dishes with meat and vegetarian options. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium brand alcohol will be available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
9
Game Drive, Free Time, Boat Safari
Moremi Game Reserve
B,BR,D
Camp Xakanaxa

Breakfast: At the lodge prior to the morning game drive, early morning tea/coffee and light breakfast items will be served, including fresh fruit, yogurt, toast and cereals.

Morning: We will explore the area further on a game drive, searching out wildlife sightings and the magnificent variety of birds that are present in the area this time of year. Following brunch, we will have an opportunity to rest, relax, and enjoy the lodge’s amenities.

Brunch: Lodge buffet.

Afternoon: Mid-day will be at leisure today. Following tea, we will board motorboats for game viewing from a different angle, exploring the waterways of the Delta looking for animals as they feast on the rich grasses along the water's edge.

Dinner: At the lodge.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
10
Game Drive, Importance of Termites Class, Boat Safari
Moremi Game Reserve
B,BR,D
Camp Xakanaxa

Breakfast: Lodge buffet.

Morning: We will have an early morning game drive in Moremi Game Reserve, the only officially protected area of the Okavango Delta. Following brunch, we will have an opportunity to rest, relax, and enjoy the lodge’s amenities.

Brunch: Lodge buffet.

Afternoon: For today's class, our Group Leader will discuss termites, and their importance to the ecosystem. Afterwards, we will explore more of the Delta waterways by motorboat, moving slowly searching for the animals and birds.

Dinner: Lodge buffet.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
11
Fly To Makgadikgadi Pans, Rhinos Class, Game Drive
Makgadikgadi Pans National Park
B,L,D
Leroo La Tau

Activity note: Flight is approximately 55 minutes. Flights between safari lodges are dependent on the movement of the guests within the lodging circuit. It is possible we may have short stops to allow other lodge guests on/off en-route to our destination. Flight schedules will not be available until the day prior to our flight. Drive to the lodge is 20 minutes.

Breakfast: Lodge buffet.

Morning: We will check out of the lodge before our game drive en-route to the airstrip, where we will board our light aircraft charter flight bound for the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. From the airstrip near Makgadikgadi Pans, we will be driven in open-air safari vehicles to the lodge.

Lunch: At the lodge, enjoy a plentiful buffet featuring salads, a main entrée, and hot breakfast items such as sausage, bacon, and eggs cooked to order. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium brand alcohol will be available for purchase.

Afternoon: Our Group Leader will discuss rhinoceros and the current plight facing the species. This topic holds extra significance at this site, as the Rhino Rehabilitation Project is taking place in Makgadikgadi Pans, where the species has been reintroduced after more than 200 years of being extinct in the area; we will learn about this important conservation project, as well as the species in general. Following afternoon tea, we will explore this new ecosystem in open-air safari vehicles, perhaps coming across the large herds of zebra for which the area is known, and the predators that follow the herds and are never far away.

Dinner: At the lodge, we will have a multi-course dinner consisting of a plated starter and dessert, and main course buffet including a choice of dishes with meat and vegetarian options. All local brand non-alcoholic and alcoholic beverages, water and coffee/tea will be included; premium brand alcohol will be available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
12
Local Village Visit, Lions Class, Game Drive
Makgadikgadi Pans National Park
B,BR,D
Leroo La Tau

Breakfast: At the lodge, enjoy a buffet including a variety of items such as cold cereal, cold meat, cheeses, toast, and fresh fruit, plus coffee, tea, fresh juice, water.

Morning: This morning we will depart on a game drive, searching for wildlife as we make our way to the local village of Khumaga. On the outskirts of the village, we will visit a cattle post. Cattle farming is incredibly important in Botswana, and here we will see how a typical farm is run and the role it plays in local life. The farmer will demonstrate how to milk a cow and pound maize, and we will have the opportunity to try our hands at these traditional skills. Once in the village we will proceed to the kgotla, where we will have a chance to meet the chief of the village, if he is available, and see where local court is conducted, all while learning about local practices and beliefs. We will also have the chance to visit the local school and meet the principal and teachers, as well as the eager students (when school is in session). Finally, we will meet with the local nurse at the health clinic, to gain some insight into the health system in rural Botswana. Following our visit, we will return back to the lodge.

Brunch: A buffet set up at the cattle post, with food provided by the lodge.

Afternoon: "Leroo La Tau" translates as lion's paw, and in honor of the predator after whom the lodge is named, our last class of the program will be on lion behavior and social structure. Afterward, we will have our last late-afternoon game drive of the program, seeking out animals and birds we may not yet have seen.

Dinner: At the lodge, enjoy a farewell dinner with new Road Scholar friends.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
13
Game Drive, Fly To Johannesburg, Program Concludes
In Flight
B,BR

Activity note: Flight to Maun is approximately 55 minutes. Flight from Maun to Johannesburg is approximately 1 hour 30 minutes. See your program’s travel details regarding transfers. If you are an independent traveler (POP status), see “Ground Transportation from Last Location.

Breakfast: Lodge buffet.

Morning: We will have one last safari game drive this morning, returning in time to freshen up at the lodge before starting the travel home.

Brunch: Early lodge buffet before our departure.

Afternoon: In the mid-morning, we will be transferred to the local airstrip for our light aircraft charter flight to Maun. We will then board a commercial flight from Maun to Johannesburg, South Africa. This concludes our program. If you are returning home, safe travels. If you are staying on independently, have a wonderful time. If you are transferring to another Road Scholar program, detailed instructions are included in your Information Packet for that program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Please join our Facebook page and share photos of your program. Visit us at www.facebook.com/rsadventures. Best wishes for all your journeys!

DAY
14
In Transit From Program
In Flight

Morning: Arrive North America.






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