Win a five-day Masai explorer tour of Kenya

To celebrate its first year of operation, global wildlife tour and travel specialists PlanetWildlife launched a website competition for a trip to Kenya on  To be in with a chance to win two places on the spectacular five-day Masai Mara Explorer tour in Kenya – valued at over £3,000/$US5,000 – entrants need to click onto the website, enter contact details and answer a simple question before the November 6 deadline.

The tour starts in Nairobi and takes in stunning Lake Naivasha, the Masai Mara National Reserve and Lake Nakuru National Park.

Since its launch in August 2010, PlanetWildlife has rapidly established itself as a leading international provider of diverse wildlife and safari tours with over 300 creative itineraries in 26 countries around the world catering to a wide range of interests and budgets.

Steven Ballantyne, director of Global Strategy Development for PlanetWildlife says:  “We are extremely proud of the success of the first year of PlanetWildlife and are already finalising plans to broaden the scope of our operations, particularly in China.  As a birthday gift, we are looking forward to sending two lucky winners to experience the colourful culture of the Masai Mara in Kenya and get up close to some of the most extraordinary wildlife in the world.”


PlanetWildlife is an international travel company based in India with sales offices in London, Australia, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Sweden. It’s backed by highly successful entrepreneurs and managed by a professional team who are passionate about wildlife and have been involved in a variety of nature conservation activities over the years.

The website features over 300 itineraries to Africa, India, and South America comprising a diverse range of photography safaris, hiking expeditions and bird-watching adventures, including ocean cruises to the Arctic and Antarctica.

PlanetWildlife is committed to responsible tourism, and in particular:  minimising negative environmental impact; contributing to the conservation of natural and cultural heritages and embracing diversity;  providing rewarding experiences for visitors through meaningful interaction with  local communities to the economic benefit of those communities.

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