Fri 13 Aug 2010

The Africa Music Safari is flying out from Melbourne in October but we’ve managed to keep open the deadline for a couple of more weeks. But you will need to hurry, the door is closing fast.

Please contact Passport Travel’s Brent McCunn on 03 9500-0444 or or log on to

PBS 106.7FM and Passport Travel present a unique African music travel experience: 2010’s Africa Music Safari.

Stani Goma, presenter of PBS’s Flight 1067 To Africa program, will host this once in a lifetime opportunity to explore Africa’s diverse musical traditions, amazing wildlife and strong community spirit.

Kicking off in mid October, the Africa Music Safari is a two week comprehensive tour program of African music and cultural history. Beginning in Johannesburg, travelers will learn about the current African music scene and the historical influence of African music on mainstream western rock, blues and jazz. The journey then traverses Nairobi to Arusha in Northern Tanzania on a wildlife safari... the ultimate African bush camping experience.

To round off the trip, enjoy a rare opportunity of cultural exchange as the tour takes time to stay with one of Tanzania’s major community aid programs, St Jude’s community aid school, as featured late last year on ABC’s Australian Story program. There is an additional Capetown option for those wanting to make the most of the trip!

Tickets include return airfares, most meals, accommodation and the expert guidance and knowledge of PBS’s Stani Goma.

For any other queries on the Africa Music Safari, phone Adrian Basso on 8415 1067 or email

2010 African Music Safari sponsored by Passport Travel & PBS.