LGBTQ, Woman-Owned Safari Tour Company Celebrates 15-Year Anniversary

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We are proud to have been featured in Curve Magazine!





Changing the Course of a Life

Many of you have met Scotch when visiting Tanda Tula.

We are proud to share this article with you.

Listen to Jody Talk About Sharing Her Love of Africa

Ginger Campbell, MD interviewed Jody for her podcast Books and Ideas.

You can listen to the interview here:

Come see us in NYC!

Nothing but smiles when you travel with Jody.

Come meet Jody at the Jacob K. Javits Center in the city that never sleeps… New York City! We are thrilled to be participating in the LGBTQ Travel Pavilion at the NY Times Travel Show. Meeting Jody will inspire you to join her on one of her upcoming safaris.

Click here for free tickets:
Use discount code code LGBTQ (towards the bottom of this form).

Thanks to our partners Man About World

Life-Changing Travel Experiences on Safari with Jody Cole

We are proud to be featured in #TravelMarketReport in such a meaningful way. Huge gratitude to Richard D’Ambrosio for the article.

What Does It Take to Build a Successful African Safari Business?

Insights from guests on how Jody shares her passion and experience with every guest and tips for planning a successful safari.

Passport Magazine Article – Wild Rainbow African Safaris

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Wild Rainbow African Safaris was featured in Passport Magazine. This article goes in depth about Jody and her in knowledge and passion for Africa and all it has to offer. View a pdf of the article here.

Wild Rainbow African Safaris Highlighted in Travel Weekly

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Wild Rainbow African Safaris highlighted in Travel Weekly article “Challenges exist, but Africa can be safe place for LGBT travelers“.
This article covers the benefits and challenges for LGBT travelers in Africa. Jody talks about a Uganda gorilla trip that had to be cancelled because of Anit-Homosexuality legislation (later annulled that same year).