The one that goes bigger on South Africa’s best wildlife spots – with 9 safari parks, plus city stops in Cape Town and Johannesburg
Get close to the big 5 in Kruger National Park and take game drives and walks with your Safari Ranger guide, as they teach you the tricks of the trade
How much your African safari costs depends on the length of your trip, your accommodation and how many destinations you want to pack in. We’ve got affordable packages that include accommodation and transport - including speedy internal flights - to take you from epic location to epic location in style.
For an African safari you’ll want to pack lots of light layers, a raincoat, sunglasses, insect repellent, sunscreen, a first aid kit, a camera, binoculars and comfortable clothes.
You don’t need to be camouflage, but make sure you wear lots of light clothing that you can layer depending on the temperature, which can fluctuate wildly. A brimmed hat to keep the sun away is a good idea, as are some lightweight trail runners that don’t weigh you down but are good for long walks.
The average duration of our African safaris is 12-14 days, with our longest one being 23 days. For the ultimate wildlife experience, we recommend scheduling two weeks, which will allow you plenty of time to explore the sights, discover the animals and experience epic adventures.
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