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Welcome

Classic Escapes is a family owned boutique travel company specializing in nature and cultural journeys around the world. Our team represents decades of travel industry experience, and our itineraries are designed based on first-hand knowledge of our destinations. As such, we take great pride and care to ensure that our "family" is the most knowledgeable and attentive consultants around. We combine the exciting world of travel with the joy of learning about the planet we live on. We arrange for you to meet with friendly people in foreign places and balance "shouldn't miss" sites with experiences not found on conventional tours. When you travel with Classic Escapes, it's truly like you're one of our own. From the moment we begin the planning process to the day you return back, we're with you every step of the way.

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  • Thursday, May 21, 2015

    In Ancient Egypt animals were extremely important.  The Egyptians understood them, admired them, believed they had powers and symbolized them as various parts of life.  Additionally, when the animals died, the Egyptians would mummify them just like they did with humans.

  • Wednesday, May 20, 2015

    Victoria Falls is located on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe with a width of over 1 mile during the wet season.

  • Wednesday, May 20, 2015

    Mozambique has some of the richest and most diverse coral reefs in the world making it one of the top diving spots.

  • Monday, May 18, 2015

    Zanzibar is home to the red Colobus monkey and the Zanzibar leopard, which are both endemic to the archipelago. Unfortunately, the red Colobus monkey is near extinction with only about 3,000 of them remaining while the Zanzibar leopard is believed to already be extinct.

  • Friday, May 15, 2015

    With more than 4 million wild animals, Tanzania has the largest concentration of wildlife per square kilometer. The Serengeti National Park alone, one of Tanzania’s 12 national parks that in total cover 30% of the land, is home to more than one million species of large mammals.

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