There are many activities to contemplate when going on safari. Whether you are travelling with young children or an adventure seeker, there is something for everyone.

Take a game drive with experienced trackers and guides from the luxury of open game viewing vehicles. These vehicles offer elevated vantage points for viewing African wildlife. (Game = wild animals).

Come alongside any one or more of wildlife vets, game rangers, wildlife specialists, researchers and ecologists as they perform their daily tasks in the African veld (bush). A unique and exclusive experience.

A walking safari ensures a thrilling, up-close and personal experience of the bush and wildlife. All walks and trails are led by qualified rangers who have had extensive specialised training. The walks vary in duration and level of fitness required.

Imagine riding through the African bush with the wind flowing through your hair whilst tracking wildlife. Horseback safaris can be adapted depending on age group and level of riding experience.

South Africa is becoming well known for its family safaris. Imagine the thrill of seeing your children as they catch their first glimpse of a giraffe! Take the entire family bush walking and let the children discover the secrets of the African bush. There are lodges that offer special kids’ safaris so the parents can go on their own adventures, and some also have child-minding services.

We can arrange safaris to suit your travel plans.
Here are a few suggestions for your inspiration:

Ultimate South Africa Safari

Experience the mystery of the African bush on a safari in search of the famous Big 5. Learn about exotic African animals and wildlife. Visit a rehabilitation centre for endangered animals and experience the marvels of nature along the Panorama Route.

Stay in lodges in private concessions of the Kruger National Park. These regions have less tourists offering you a better game viewing experience.

Sabi Sands is well known for its prolific animal viewing including regular sightings of the elusive leopard.

The Timbavati region of Greater Kruger National Park is known for its diversity of animal species. And both share a fenceless border with the main Kruger National Park.

Experience the highlights of the Panorama Route at leisure. These include sights such as The Three Rondavels, Burke’s Potholes, Gods Window and the old gold mining town of Pilgrims Rest.

There is an option to extend your stay and visit the world famous Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park with the largest concentration of African Elephant in the world.
Alternatively visit cosmopolitan Cape Town voted one of the most beautiful cities in the world!

Experience the wonders and magic of an African safari!

Contact us for a tailor-made journey!


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