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Tanzanian Hunting and Photo Safaris is a hunting adventurous place which allows access to some of the last great wilderness areas in the world. The safari will take place on the rugged plains in the Masailand of Tanzania, bordering Tarengari Park. The camps are classic East African tented camps with showers and dining rooms built from local materials with thatched grass walls and roofs. Dinner is usually four courses, breakfast is prepared to order and lunch is packed in coolers. Cocktails in the evening are standard practice.

Location: 42 Blackwater Road, Canaan New Hampshire 03741 Telephone 603-632-9075 Fax 603-632-9075

Other Sports and Sporting Events nearby:
(Concord) Aquanuts Scuba Shop
(Bartlett) Attitash
(Bartlett) Bear Notch Ski Touring Center
(Deerfield) Captain Bill's Charters
(Campton) Freestyle America Camps
(Wolfeboro) Gadabout Golder Guide Service

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