This article originally appeared in Travel+Leisure.
Mango African Safaris wants to help Americans go on a great adventure again. And this time, they want to help them do it in their own backyards.
In June, the company announced it’s launching a new set of “domestic safaris” for Americans to “quench their travelers’ thirst for travel, while also serving as a fundraiser for African camps and conservation efforts.”
Starting in late July, those interested in taking a safari can join one happening across America. The safari company is offering three distinct trips across the American West, including two focused on Yellowstone National Park and the third trip through Ted Turner’s 550,000-acre Vermejo Reserve along the New Mexico/Colorado border.