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Win A Privately Guided Luxury African Safari For Two

The proceeds of this raffle supports Australian humanitarian Gemma Sisia and The School of St Jude in Tanzania.  St Jude's provides free, high quality education to thousands of Tanzanians each year. Its exemplary approach brings educational change that is helping to shape future leaders, alleviate poverty and break the cycle of external aid dependency.

Fighting Poverty Through Education gives hope, inspires individuals and empowers communities.

https://www.schoolofstjude.org


Tickets are priced at $25 each, 2 tickets for $50, 3 tickets for $75, 5 tickets for $100


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1st Prize valued at $24,200

13 Day Privately Guided Luxury African Safari to Tanzania for Two.  Tour dates 21st Feb 2021- 5th March 2021  Land package only and inclusive of all meals, accommodation, park and concession fees, transfers, internal flights and private four wheel drive with knowledgeable English speaking guide.  Prize winner contribution of $1850 per person. Prize is transferrable. 

African immersion begins the moment your plane touches down.   Smells, sights and sounds will flood your senses and forever remain- this is Africa”.

Tanzania is often thought of as the quintessential safari destination and rightly so- with World Heritage Sites including the Serengeti National Park, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Mt Kilimanjaro National Park and Stonetown- Zanzibar; Tanzania is one of the best travel destinations for an extraordinary mix of wildlife, culture and relaxation.

Your Safari Highlights 

The School of St Jude 2 nights:  Founded by Australian humanitarian, Gemma Sisia, St Jude’s offers free high-quality education to children living in abject poverty. With 3 campuses and  over 1,800 students both primary and secondary, St Jude’s continues to achieve amongst the highest results in Tanzania, empowering Tanzanian youth to transform their community, challenge the status quo and find solutions for the 12 million Tanzanians living in poverty.

Tarangire National Park 2 nights:  Named after the river that crosses through it, it is known for having the greatest concentration of wildlife outside of the Serengeti eco-system. The landscape is diverse, with a mix of unique habitats dotted with vast numbers of baobab trees, dense bush and high grasses.  During the dry season, the river and the swamps are the only sources of water for thousands of animals    Herds of up to 300 elephants congregate, whilst migratory wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala and eland can also be seen, along with the accompanying predators following behind. A birders dream with over 550 bird species recorded including the most breeding species to be found in one habitat anywhere in the world. 

The Ngorongoro Conservation Authority 2 nights: The Ngorongoro Conservation Authority area is part of the larger Serengeti ecosystem. It is most famous for the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the best well-known wildlife areas in the world.  A geological phenomenon, the world's largest inactive and intact volcanic caldera is packed with wildlife including the endangered Black rhino. The floor of the Crater covers 260 km2 (100 sq mi) and is mostly covered by grasslands with two small wooded areas and a seasonal salt lake.   The lake is known by two names, Lake Magadi or Lake Makat.

The Serengeti National Park 2 nights:  One of the world’s most famous wildlife areas covering 14,750 km2 of grassland plains, open savannah, riverine forests and woodlands.  The “endless plains” of Africa is home to the world’s greatest animal migration where 1.5 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra follow seasonal rains.   Opportunities to see predators like lion, cheetah and leopard are plentiful.

Zanzibar 3 nights:  An island famous for its spice plantations, exotic beach escapes and historical Stone Town.  For many centuries intense seaborne trading activities in spices, ivory and slaves occurred between Asia and Africa.  The trading brought architectural influences to Stone Town, narrow winding streets, houses with airy enclosed spaces and beautiful, heavily carved wooden doors.  Zanzibar is also home to the endangered Red Colobus monkey.

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Terms & Conditions

The Raffle commences on the 21st of February 2020, closes on the 24th of August 2020 and will be drawn on the 25th of August 2020 at 7pm. Details of the Winner(s) will be displayed at www.theinfinitehorizon.net and https://www.rafflelink.com.au/futureleaders2020 and Glasshouse & Maleny Country News . State(s) where tickets are on sale NSW, NT, QLD, TAS. This raffle is being held for The East African Fund Limited 52 Prospect Hill Rd, Camberwell, VIC, 3124 by Fundraising Agent Teena Chumbley, The Infinite Horizon, 500 Glenview Rd, Glenview, QLD 4553 whose authority to fundraise can be verified with the beneficiary.

Persons under the age of 18 years are unable to enter.

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