Explore the black continent, experience the African Holy Grail

This is said to be one of the most interesting and luxurious safari in the royal style, taking visitors to the famous wonders of Africa. The journey, called “Roar Africa Emirates Executive Private Jet Safari” by Roar Africa, is expected to last 12 days and promises to bring visitors the most unique and unique experience of the Black Continent.

As planned, the journey will take place in August 2021 with the starting point is Dubai and the destinations are 4 camps and resorts with a simple but extremely luxurious appearance. The first stop on this journey is the Mpala Jena camp, located in Zambezi National Park of Zimbabwe, a few miles from the famous Victoria Falls, with a very peaceful and dreamy landscape. The second stop is the lavish Duba Plains Okavango Delta holiday home in Botswana, reminiscent of the classic African safari style of the 1920s.

The third stop is the Mara Plains Camp in Kenya’s Maasai Mara, giving visitors the feeling of living in the emperor’s landscape of green prairies, with luxurious amenities and services in beautiful, large tents. . The fourth stop is the Singita Kwitonda located in Rwanda Volcanic National Park, with 8 modern suites with spectacular views of the outside or the volcanic landscape inside.

Only 10 passengers will take the journey, first of all to experience the discovery of the “Holy Grail” (the glass believed to be used by Jesus Christ in the pre-mortal meal) of Africa.

This name is related to the event: The fossil of the dinosaur, whose scientific name is Mansourasaurus shahinae, was discovered by scientists on the coast of Egypt in 2014. The dinosaur can grow as tall as 8 to 10m and weighing up to 5 tons, each passing through the Sahara desert about 80 million years ago, reveals an ancient road linking Africa with Europe once described as the “Holy Grail” (Holy Grail).

The next spectacular destination is Victoria Falls – one of the seven natural wonders of the world – in Zimbabwe; the world’s largest inland delta Okavango in Botswana; Observe the perhaps world’s last gorillas in the desolate mountains of Rwanda.