National Geographic Expeditions, the travel program of the National Geographic Society, was founded in 1999 on the same belief in the importance of exploration that has been the hallmark of the Society’s 121-year history.
Their program now includes a 13 day Private Safari in Tanzania, accompanied by expert guides, a visit of Serengeti National Park and Selous Game Reserve. For the overnights during the safari, National Geographic Expeditions “selected top accommodations that combine luxury and location with the unique character of a place”. Onsea House is the selected Arusha accommodation.
National Geographic Expeditions now operates more than 300 trips each year, spanning all seven continents and more than 40 countries. Founded in 1888, the National Geographic Society is one of the world’s largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. It reaches more than 300 million people each month through National Geographic magazine and four other magazines, the National Geographic Channel, television documentaries, radio programs, films, books, videos, maps, and interactive media. The Society has funded nearly 8,000 scientific research projects and supports an education program combating geographic illiteracy.