Wednesday, November 5, 2008

2AFRIKA, INC. introduces an 11-DAY PRESIDENTIAL HERITAGE SAFARI TO KENYA - introducing president-elect Barack H. Obama’s ancestry


In the wake of yesterdays Presidential Election, New York City based 2AFRIKA, INC. announced this morning a new addition to its Safari Portfolio – an 11-DAY PRESIDENTIAL HERITAGE SAFARI – introducing president-elect Barack H. Obama’s ancestral heritage.

The 11-DAY PRESIDENTIAL HERITAGE SAFARI will depart daily from the United States bound for Nairobi, Mt. Kenya Forest, Lake Nakuru National Park, and the Maasai Mara Game Reserve for a fully-inclusive Game Safari before heading north-west to the city of Kisumu located on the shores of Lake Victoria and a mere stone’s throw away from the birthplace of Barack Hussein Obama, Sr. in 1936.An additional 2-night’s are spent in Kisumu during which time travelers will visit the village of Kogelo, the final resting place of Obama Sr., (and still today the home of Barack Obama’s extended family) drive to the shore of Lake Victoria, visit the Kisumu Museum and the city as well as visit a Luo ethnic group village to learn first-hand, more of the cultural heritage of the United States’ first African-American President.Starting at only $2,999 per person + tax (during certain seasons), 2AFRIKA, INC. is proud to be the first African Tour Operator to launch a PRESIDENTIAL HERITAGE SAFARI which blend of African Safari and Luo ethnic group culture is a perfect journey for couples, families and ‘common-interest’ groups such as Museums, Religious Organizations and schools.

11-DAY PRESIDENTIAL HERITAGE SAFARI Air-Inclusive from the United States.

Visits: Mt. Kenya Forest, Lake Nakuru National Park, Maasai Mara National Park, Kisumu, Lake Victoria & Kogelo
7-Safari Activities (including National Park entrance fees)
21-Meals Highlight visits to - Kogelo, a predominantly Luo ethnic group area to learn firsthand, more of the ancestry of the forty-fourth President of the United States of America

For further information on this informational Blog post or any Safari in the 2AFRIKA Collection, visit us on the web at or contact Kenneth R. Hieber (212) 385-9770

2AFRIKA, INC. remains committed to Corporate Social Responsibility in Tourism.