FROM RUSTIC SIMPLICITY TO SUPREME LUXURY

Our global network of specialists covers the full range of African safaris

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The first and most crucial step on your way to the safari that’s meant for you is to tell us how long you plan to be away and how much you’re prepared to spend

  • Working within these parameters, a specialist will identify options that ensure the best value for your time, money and personal preferences
  • Plan on staying in Africa for a minimum of eight nights, bearing in mind most safari destinations involve long-haul intercontinental flights and that your itinerary can include many more activities than just wildlife-watching
  • Accommodation at safari lodges and tented camps ranges between $200 and $3,000 per person per night
  • Wildlife-watching in national parks and game reserves where most of the lodges and camps are located, includes game drives in open vehicles, guided walks in the wilderness, breakfast and dinner or full board
  • Flights, visas, airport taxes, travel insurance and staff tips are not included in the price of your safari
  • Optional extras include private game-viewing vehicles, guides specializing in wildlife, birds, flora and fauna and many other safari-related subjects, chartered aircraft, and chauffeur-driven luxury cars
  • Many of the high-end luxury safari lodges have their own health and beauty salons and shops selling local arts and crafts… and great khaki outfits for you to wear when you get home

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Image of safari suite courtesy of Singita Lebombo, Kruger National Park