The U.S. is set to open the first private tour to Akureya, a small, densely populated region in the East African nation of Kenya.
The trip is the first in the world to come from the U.K. and will cost $5,000.
In addition to the $5k, the group will take a 2-hour bus ride.
Tour operators and U.N. officials are trying to get people to the remote region to see its rich culture and unique history, and it’s the first time a foreign tour has been offered to a country in East African history.
The region, with its vast grasslands, rivers, and plains, is a world-renowned tourist destination, but tourism was banned there in 2013 amid corruption allegations.
The government has launched a new tourism drive to bring visitors back, including in remote areas and with limited infrastructure.
In 2015, Kenya hosted a summit of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), a group that supports international education in Africa.