TDWG 2015 Annual Conference

Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club

September 28 - October 1, 2015

AND Pre-conference Training 21 - 25 September 2015

Nairobi, Kenya

Recorded Presentations at TDWG 2015 (via AdobeConnect)

https://www.idigbio.org/wiki/index.php/TDWG_2015_Annual_Conference

Please see Program for presentation titles, authors, and links to abstracts, organized by session.

A zip archive of all presentation slides is available here (727 MB).

Introduction

The 2015 Biodiversity Information TDWG Annual Conference will be held from 28 September to 1 October 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya.  This is TDWG’s first conference in Africa! The theme of the conference is Applications, Standards and Capacity Building for Sustaining Global Biodiversity.  Subprograms will include: Digitization, Semantic Technologies, Phyloinformatics, Outreach and Collaboration, ePublications, Trait Data, and Conservation informatics. 

A  5-day capacity building workshop for African participants in the conference is being organized for the week before the conference (21-25 September). The primary focus of the training is on biodiversity collection digitization, biodiversity databases, data cleaning, and georeferencing, but other topics are being considered. For additional information on this pre-conference activity, please click here

For additional information about the conference program, please click here. For presentation abstracts as they are accepted, please click here. For announcements, please click here. Abstract submission is now closed. 

Applications, Standards and Capacity Building for Sustaining Global Biodiversity

Sub-themes are :
  • Digitization
  • Semantic technologies
  • Phyloinformatics
  • Outreach and collaboration
  • ePublications
  • Trait data
  • Conservation informatics
  • Citizen science

Sponsors

Generous support for TDWG 2015 has been provided by the JRS Biodiversity Foundation through a grant to Dr. Henry L. Bart, Jr., of Tulane University. This award is enabling 35 of our colleagues from countries in sub-Saharan Africa to participate in TDWG 2015.

 

Additional financial and in-kind support has been provided by:


Government of Kenya
Ministry of the Environment

University of Nairobi
(Pre-Conference Training)

Government of Kenya - Department of
Remote Sensing and Resource Surveys

National Council for
Science and Technology

African Conservation Centre

 

 

Registration

Registration Period Date-Time Registration Fee
Early before Aug 16 $355 USD / 35,500 KSH
Normal Aug 16 - Sep 7 $405 USD / 40,500 KSH
Late After Sep 7 $455 USD / 45,500 KSH

 
Please register here as soon as possible to secure the best rate.  Fees can be adjusted (see discounts below) and payment made after your registration has been entered. A daily rate ($80/day) is available for those unable to attend the entire conference. You must be registered to attend.  (Daily rate does not include TDWG membership.)

The conference registration fees listed in the table above include TDWG membership.  Members who have already paid dues for 2015 will receive a $75 credit code to use on the registration site.  The membership fee will be waived for participants from developing countries [1], meaning the registration fee will be $75 less than the amount posted above.  The membership fee waiver and an additional $50 discount is available to students enrolled in a degree program.  To request the applicable discount code, please email treasurer[at]tdwg.org.

Registration fees can be paid on-line with a credit card.  If you cannot use a credit card, you can select an off-line payment method, such as bank wire, PayBill account, or cash on site, at the end of the registration process.   Please go to:  https:www.regonline.com/tdwg2015 [2].  

[1] TDWG follows the UN/OECD classification of national economies.  To be eligible for the developing country waiver, your country must be listed here or here.

[2] Please note, our conference registration site is a separate secure system (RegOnline) and requires a different user account and password than the systems that support abstract submission (OCS) or the main TDWG website. If you have problems logging on to RegOnline, please contact Stan Blum (acting TDWG Treasurer).

Participant List

A list of participants with their email addresses is available here to people with accounts on this site.  You must log in to see the download.  Register as a user on this site (free).

Call for Papers - Abstract Submission

The call for abstracts and session proposals (CFP) is now closed unless you have special circumstances. Please contact conference(at)tdwg.org for more information. Symposia organizers and program committee members are now reviewing submitted abstracts.The program committee is soliciting contributions that address the conference theme or other topics in biodiversity informatics.

  • The program committee is soliciting contributions that address the conference theme or other topics in biodiversity informatics.
  • Abstracts must be submitted for Contributed Papers, Symposia, Lightning talks, Posters, Computer Demos, Special Interest Groups (IGs) and Working (IG Task) Groups.
  • When there is more than one author, the first author will be assumed to be the point of contact. This person or a designated substitute must be available for correspondence between the submission deadline and the meeting.
  • Abstracts will not be peer-reviewed or formally edited before being made available on the TDWG website for the meeting.
  • Author guidelines appear on the Call for Paper initial webpage and also on Step One of the Abstract Submission Process (you can view this without yet submitting your abstract)

Submit abstracts here : OPEN CONFERENCE SYSTEM (now closed)

(*) Please note that the OCS (Open Conference System for abstract submission) is not integrated to TDWG's Single sign-on for the website or wiki. To submit an abstract or manage any abstracts submitted to your Track (if you are a symposium or workshop organizer), your password for the Open Conference System can be reset with your email. The (OCS) system may ask you to change your password the first time you log in. Please notify Gail Kampmeier gkamp@illinois.edu if you are still not able to log in or if you have any questions about the system. 

Contributions that address the theme will be given preference, but any contribution addressing the management, integration, and interoperability of biodiversity information will be considered. 

Computer demonstrations, contributed papers, and meetings of TDWG Interest/Task Groups will be accommodated as fully as possible. If the number of contributed papers exceeds the space available, authors may be asked to contribute posters. Posters are strongly encouraged as a means of presenting ongoing innovative activities, if program time is not available.

Conference Program - UPDATED Sep 28th

TDWG-2015 PROGRAM (as a PDF)

Please direct all programme-related questions and updates to Hank Bart

Program Committee

Hank Bart, Program Chair Tulane University
Francis Oguya National Museums of Kenya
Emily Wabuyele National Museums of Kenya
Cynthia Parr National Agricultural Library, USDA
Anders Telenius Swedish Museum of Natural History
Gail Kampmeier University of Illinois

Symposia and Workshops

 

Symposia

     
ID Convener(s) Title Run Title Contact
1 Niall Beard, Anton Güntsch, James Macklin, Paul Morris Biodiversity Informatics Services and Workflows BI Workflows a.guentsch@bgbm.org
2 Dimitris Koureas Professional and formal biodiversity informatics training as a key for capacity building: state-of-play, challenges Capacity building d.koureas@nhm.ac.uk
3 David Schindel The Role of Data Standards in Real-World Applications using Biodiversity Information Standards schindeld@si.edu
4 Martin Kalfatovic, Carolyn Sheffield, Connie Rinaldo BHL Africa: Assessing and Building Capacity for Global Access to Biodiversity Literature BHL Africa SheffieldC@si.edu
5 Robert Stevenson, Hank Bart, Bob Morris The role of camera trap programs for biodiversity monitoring and conservation: Standards and practices for sharing data Camera traps rdstevenson10@gmail.com
6 Ramona Walls, Robert Guralnick, John Deck Semantics for Sustaining Biodiversity Semantics rwalls@iplantcollaborative.org
7 Hank Bart, Lucy Waruingi Training and Collaboration for sustained African Engagement in Biodiversity Informatics Africa-TDWG Engagement hbartjr@tulane.edu
 

Invited Speakers (Plenary)

     
  Dr. Otichillo Use of biodiversity informatics in the nexus of policy and science for action and impact    
  Tanya Abrahamse      
  Lucy Waruingi/David Western      
 

Ancillary meetings

     
  Exec TDWG Executive Committee Meeting Sunday, September 27th, Windsor Hotel  
 

Interest/Task Group meetings

     
  James Macklin Biodiversity Services and Clients Interest Group BSCIG james.macklin@gmail.com
  John Deck Genomic Biodiversity Working Group GBWG jdeck88@gmail.com
  others TBD      
 

Workshop/Demos

     
1 Simon Rycroft Scratchpads platform Scratchpads s.rycroft@nhm.ac.uk
2 Ramona Walls Using iPlant's infrastructure for biodiversity research iPlant infrastructure rwalls@iplantcollaborative.org
4 Deb Paul, Libby Ellwood Biodiversity Data Mobilization Models Data Mobilization dpaul@fsu.edu, eellwood@bio.fsu.edu

TDWG 2015 Local Organizing Committee (LOC) members

Committee Member Organization
Lucy Waruingi, LOC Chair Executive Director, African Conservation Centre
Geoffrey Mwachala, Co-Chair Director Research & Collections, National Museums of Kenya
Jeridah Ambiyo African Conservation Centre
Gilbert Busolo National Museums of Kenya
Josephine Kagunda University of Nairobi
Patricia Karani Event co-ordinator
Anthony Kihara African Conservation Centre
Lawrence Monda National Museums of Kenya
Victor Mose Amboseli Conservation Program
Fridah Mueni African Conservation Centre
Priscillar Mutungi Kenya Wildlife Service
Tabby Munyao African Conservation Centre
Wycliffe Mutero Kenya Wildlife Service
Edwardina Ndhine National Commission for Science and Technology
Francis Oguya National Museums of Kenya
Gordon Ojwang Department of Remote Sensing & Resource Surveys
Emily Wabuyele National Museums of Kenya

Venue

This year's TDWG 2015 Conference will be held at the Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club situated along Kigwa Lane, Ridgeways, off Kiambu Road. It is Africa's leading Golf Resort having in it Kenya's best golf course. The resort is a mere 15 minutes’ drive from Nairobi's central business district and 45 minutes from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. See Location on map

Nairobi's leading 5 star golf hotel has a cluster of impressive Victorian style buildings with 130 deluxe rooms comprising of twins, doubles, studio suites and cottages. They have a 16-hour business center, free wi-fi internet access in all rooms and public areas (for resident guests), jogging track, tennis & squash courts, heated pool among other facilities and activities such as bird watching, Mika coffee farm visit, jogging and cycling.

Images and maps can be found at the Windsor website (http://www.windsorgolfresort.com). A map of the conference area may be downloaded here.

Accommodations

Accommodation must be organized by conference attendees independently.

Although more options are available nearby at regular rates, these hotels are offering special rates:

Points of Contact

For logistical issues please send your inquiries to: conference [AT] tdwg.org

T-shirt Size Selection

All participants will receive a T-shirt in their registration pack.  Please use the size guide below to identify which size will fit you best.  Then re-visit the registration site to select the size of your T-shirt.  Enter your email address, press "Continue", enter your password, and press "Continue" again.  (Use the "forgot password?" link if you need to.)  Once logged in, click the link to "Personal Info" under the Edit column across from your name.  The T-shirt size selector is at the bottom of that page.  After selecting your size, be sure to press "Continue" until the "Finish" button appears, and again to save your updated information.  You should receive an email to confirm your registration has been updated.  As always, if you have trouble just email me the size you need.

Travel Logistics - UPDATED Sep 22

Recommended Travel Options

Kenya Airways:   Please click here to book flights to Nairobi from 1052 cities in 177 countries at discounted rates negotiated specifically for the conference. Please note that the link also includes discounts on partner airlines such as KLM, Air France and all other Sky Team partners.

KLM        https://www.klm.com

International airport

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) is Kenya's largest aviation facility, and the busiest airport in East Africa. Its importance as an aviation center makes it the pace setter for other airports in the region. The Airport is now fully operational following the August 7th fire incident with expansion plans already in place to make the aerodrome an even better airport. JKIA has direct flight connections to Europe, the Middle East, Far East and the African Continent. For more information you can visit the website https://www.kaa.go.ke/airports/nairobi-jomo-kenyatta-intl-airport/jomo-kenyatta-international-airport

Distance to conference hotel from JKIA is 26 km.  

Local transportation

Two taxi/shuttle companies have been engaged to handle transfers from the airport (JKIA) to the Windsor Hotel (3,000 KSH), or other accommodation you have arranged.  Please make a booking with one of them by sending an email with your name, arrival date-time, airline & flight number, destination hotel, and an indication that you are attending TDWG 2015.  Include your mobile phone number if you expect to have service in Kenya. You should receive a confirmation that they will be expecting you. Drivers making pickups should be holding a sign for "TDWG 2015".

Vacation Africa Limited
Contact person: Priscilla Thuku
Email address:  Vacationafrica254(at)gmail.com 
Mobile no.: +254 722 230548 and +254 0715 609872

GI Cab
Contact person: Esther Gaitho
Email address: bookings(at)gicab.co.ke 
Mobile no.: +254 715 398801 or Hannah 0733757065

From Downtown to the Windsor, daily, return

There will be daily transfers for those who need transportation from town to the Windsor and back everyday. Buses branded with "Choose Kenya" will be on standby at Jeevanjee Gardens USIU stage from 7am and will depart at 7.30am. Kindly send your name to tdwg[at]acc.or.ke for bookings. If you are staying at a hotel other than Windsor and need to be picked on the way, kindly state the name of your hotel as well. For further assistance you can call Priscillar Mumo on +254 722 923008  

Traveler's Documentation

Visitors from other countries must carry a valid passport. Nationals of "category 2" countries, listed in this document, must have a visa to enter Kenya.  Effective 1 September 2015, visitors to Kenya must complete an online application and pay the processing fee online in order to obtain a visa to enter the country.  It is no longer possible to obtain visas at the airport. Detailed instructions for applying for a visa can be found here.  To start the process of obtaining a visa click here, and create an account under "eVisa".

Please note, travelers from countries specified at the end of that document may not use the online procedure and must contact the Director of Immigration Services for a "referred visa".  Please contact our Local Committee Chair for assistance.  

Participants are encouraged to check with the Kenyan consulate or diplomatic mission in their home country or with their travel agency for visa requirements. It is the responsibility of each participant to obtain a visa, if required, in advance or by the method described above. Information about visas is available at http://www.immigration.go.ke/Information.html.

Health Information

This U.S. Centers for Disease Control website provides helpful information on vaccinations and medications travelers to Kenya should be aware: link

Security

In the wake of recent terror attacks in Kenya and problems of crime in certain areas of the Nairobi city center, foreign governments have issued advisories and, in some cases, warnings for citizens traveling to Kenya.  The organizers of this conference wish all participants safe, secure and enjoyable experiences in Kenya, and advise those considering travel to Kenya to carefully read and heed their governments’ advice on steps that should be taken to ensure this.  Safety and security were important considerations in the selection of venues for the conference.  We encourage you to read the Windsor Golf Hotel and Country Club’s statement on security.   Similar attention was paid to security for other venues planned for use during the conference (both professional and social). 

Liability and Insurance

The Conference secretariat and the local organizer cannot accept liability for personal accidents or loss of or damage to private property of conference participants and accompanying persons. Participants and accompanying persons are advised to take out their own personal travel and health insurance for the trip.

Currency Exchange, Credit Cards and ATMs

The currency unit in Kenya is Kenya Shilling (KSH). Denominations include Ksh 1, Ksh 5, Ksh 10, Ksh 20, Ksh 50, Ksh 100, Ksh 200, Ksh 500 and Ksh 1,000.

Exchange rates as of June 2015) are (TBD: xUS$ = yEuro = and z Pound Sterling = KSH). International credit cards are accepted at all hotels and most restaurants and shops.

Foreign currency may be exchanged at forex bureaus and banks on Monday – Friday 9 AM – 4 PM and Saturday Friday 9 AM – 4 PM. They are closed on Sunday. https://www.centralbank.go.ke/index.php/bank-supervision/forex-bureaus/14-bank-supervision/82-licensed-forex-bureau

ATM machines are available country wide, with 24-hour access. Most accept international VISA cards.

Although Nairobi is situated quite close to the Equator (see map of Kenya), its altitude of about 5,500 feet (1700 metres) results in enjoying an equable as opposed to a tropical climate, with temperatures neither uncomfortably low at night. Mid-December to Mid-March is usually warm, sunny and dry.

Average high in °C        25 – 26

Average low in °C        12 – 13

Av. precipitation – mm    29 – 65

Time

GMT +3 all year round. Kenya maintains an almost constant 12 hours of daylight.

Shopping hours

Most shopping malls in Nairobi stay open from 9 or 10 AM until at least 6 to7 PM (or may close slightly earlier on Saturdays and Sundays). The closest are TRM along Thika road

Phone Calls

The national phone code to Kenya is +254, then add the regional code but delete an initial “0” before the individual connection. When calling out of Kenya you must start by dialing “+”.

Electricity

The electrical current provided in Kenya is 220 – 240 Volts, 50 Hz A/C. Socket and plug is a standard 13-amp three square-pin as seen in the image.

Plug and outlet type G

Social Events

  • Monday 28 September – Day 1 of Conference, TDWG will host a welcome cocktail reception at the Windsor hotel
  • Tuesday 29th September, Night at the Museum – A night tour of Kenya’s rich Museum Exhibits at the National Museums of Kenya.
  • Thursday October 1st The TDWG Conference Banquet will be held on at Safari Park Hotel (http://www.safaripark-hotel.com/) in Nairobi starting at 6.30 PM. The cost per ticket is $45 and is included as an option in the registration fee. Dinner will be at the Nyama Choma Ranch, a spectacular feast of barbecued meats in the company of the 'Safari Cats', Kenya's sleekest dance troupe. Safari Park Hotel is located in the outskirts of Nairobi along Thika road and is about 20 minutes’ drive from the Windsor hotel. Bus shuttles will be provided from Windsor to the Safari Park Hotel.

About Kenya and Nairobi

  • Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. Other cities include Mombasa and Kisumu
  • Its population is estimated at over 4 million. National population is over 40 million.
  • It is a leading transport, logistics and communications hub in the East African region
  • Agriculture employs 80% of the population, contributes 20% to the GDP and accounts for 50% of export earnings.
  • English is the official language with Kiswahili being the national language.

EXCURSIONS

 

Kenya offers a dazzling array of safaris, national parks, museums and cultural heritage sites within a half-day drive of Nairobi.

 

Details of Half-day, Full-day and Weekend excursions organized with Safari Adventures International are listed below.

 

 

SAFARI ADVENTURES INTERNATIONAL
Tel / Fax + 254 - (020) 2604311
 info(at)safariadventuresinternational.co.ke 
 www.safariadventuresinternational.co.ke 
Contact person: Alfred
Cell no. +254 707 329977

             

HALF DAY

 

DESTINATION

PICK UP LOCATION & TIME

DURATION

COST

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Option 1

Nairobi National Park

Jeevanjee Gardens

0700 hours

 

4 hours

US$ 200 PPMinimum 4 pax

 

 

Drive through the park. 
Walking trails at hippo pools. Spacious picnic sites available.

Option 2

Karen Blixen Museum. Giraffe centre and Daphne Sheldrick elephant orphanage

Jeevanjee Gardens

0900 hours

 

5 hours

US$ 200 PP Minimum 4 pax

 

 

Visit to Karen Blixen Museum, Giraffe centre & Daphne Sheldrick's Elephant Orphanage

Option 3

Karen-Langata area

Jeevanjee Gardens 0900 hours

From 10.30  hours

US$ 200 PP Minimum 4 pax

Mamba village & Bomas of Kenya to watch traditional dancers

Option 4

Nairobi Arboretum

All day

From 0900 hours

US$ 150 PP. Minimum 4 pax

Park to relax and watch birds, with picnic lawns, jogging trails and walking paths

 

Option 5

Karura Forest

Jeevanjee Gardens 0800 hours

4 HOURS

US$ 150 PP Minimum 4 pax

Mau mau caves, nature trails, wildlife, scenic waterfalls and bamboo forest. Jogging and cycling paths available.

 


1 FULL DAY

DESTINATION

PICK UP LOCATION & TIME

DURATION

COST

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

Option 1

Lake Nakuru

Jeevanjee Gardens

0630 hours

Full day

US$ 230

Excludes Parkfees

Min. 2 Pax

 

Nakuru National park game drive, lunch at the Sarova Lionhill Lodge
or Lake Nakuru Lodge

Option 2

 

Lake Naivasha & Hells Gate national park

Jeevanjee Gardens

0630 hours

Full Day

US$ 260 PP Excludes Optional Activities.

Min. 2 pax.

 

Bike tours, birding & Boat ride in Lake Naivasha. View mount Longonot & Crescent Island. Horse riding

Option 3

Mt. Suswa trek

Jeevanjee Gardens

0630 hours

Full Day

US$ 260 PP

Min. 2pax

 

Hiking, Bird watching & site seeing.

Option 4

Sagana/Mathioya

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0630 hours

 

Full Day

US$ 300 PP

Min. 2pax

 

White water rafting & scenic bird viewing.

Option 5

Ngong hills

Jeevanjee Gardens

0630 hours

 

Full Day

US$ 300 PP

Min. 2pax

 

Hiking, picnics & jogging

Option 6

Mt. Longonot

Jeevanjee Gardens

0630 hours

 

Full Day

US$ 250 PP

Min. 2pax

 

Transport , entrance fees, Local guide, wildlife security, Lunch

Option 7

Oloolua Nature Trail

Jeevanjee Gardens

0630 hours

 

Full Day

US$250 PP

Min. 2pax

 

Short hike, jogging, nature walks in trails, waterfall, caves & forest; Birding & photography


2 DAYS,
1 NIGHT

DESTINATION

PICK UP LOCATION & TIME

DURATION

COST

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

OPTION 1

Aberdare range

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

2 days, 1 night

US$ 700 pp

Excludes Park fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at Aberdare Treetop Hotel & game drives

OPTION 2

Sweetwaters, Nanyuki

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

2 days, 1 night

US$ 700 pp. Excludes Park fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at Sweetwaters tented camp & game drives

OPTION 3

Maasai Mara

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

2 days, 1 night

US$ 800 pp. Excludes Park fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at a tented camp & game drives

OPTION 4

Amboseli

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

2 days, 1 night

US$ 850 pp. Excludes Park fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at a tented camp & game drives


3 DAYS, 2 NIGHTS

DESTINATION

PICK UP LOCATION & TIME

DURATION

COST

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

OPTION 1

Maasai Mara

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

3 days, 2 nights

US$ 1,250 pp. Excludes Park fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at a tented camp & game drives

OPTION 2

Amboseli

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

3 days, 2 nights

US$ 1,300 pp. Excludes Park fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at a tented camp & game drives


4 DAYS, 3 NIGHTS

DESTINATION

PICK UP LOCATION & TIME

DURATION

COST

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

OPTION 1

Maasai Mara

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

4 Days, 3 Nights

US$ 1500PP Excludes Park Fees

 

Full board accommodation at a tented camp & game drives

OPTION 2

Mombasa–Amboseli–Tsavo West & East–Mombasa circuit

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

4 Days, 3 Nights

US$ 1800PP Excludes Park entrance fee

Min. 2 pax

 

Full board accommodation at a hotel & tented camp plus game drives in the parks.

OPTION 3

Western Kenya Circuit

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

4 Days, 3 Nights

US$ 1999

Excludes park entrance fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at a hotels & game drives. Includes Lake Victoria, Ndere island, Kisumu city and Kakamega

5 DAYS, 4 NIGHTS

DESTINATION

PICK UP LOCATION & TIME

DURATION

COST

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

OPTION 1

Amboseli–Soysambu Conservancy–Maasai Mara circuit

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

5 Days, 4 Nights

US$ 1000PP sharing Excludes Park entrance fee

Min. 2 pax

 

Full board accommodation at a tented camp plus game drives in the parks.

OPTION 2

Western Kenya Circuit

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

5 Days, 4 Nights

US$ 1999

Excludes park entrance fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation at a hotels & game drives. Includes Lake Victoria, Ndere island, Kisumu city and Kakamega


LONG EXCURSIONS

DESTINATION

PICK UP LOCATION & TIME

DURATION

COST

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

7 Days, 6 Nights

Masai Mara–Lake Nakuru–Lake Bogoria–Thomson Falls

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

7 Days, 6 Nights

US$ 3,800PP Excludes park entrance fees.

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation & game drives.

9 Days, 8 Nights

Sweetwaters–Samburu–Mount Kenya–Lake Nakuru–Masai Mara

  

 

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

9 Days, 8 Nights

US$ 4,000pp Excludes park entrance fees.

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation & game drives.

10 Days, 9 Nights

Maasai Mara–Serengeti–Ngoro Ngoro–Lake Manyara–Amboseli

Jeevanjee Gardens

0800 hours

10 Days, 9 Nights

US$ 5,500PP

Excludes park entrance fees

Min. 2pax

 

Full board accommodation & game drives.

 

 

  Last Modified: 20 October 2015