On Safari

For most people, safari is the main aim of their trip to Africa, and being prepared can be the difference between enjoying the trip and having a true once in a lifetime experience. Understanding simple things like what to wear, or knowing what to expect of your day can really make a big difference to your enjoyment.

What type of safari do you want?

They are all the same right? Nope! There are many different types of safari available out there. Which one will be right for you? Read on here to find out some of the amazing options that are available for you.

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Mokoro Botswana

Where to stay.

Do you want that true Out of Africa experience or is a luxury suite with a private rim-flow pool overlooking the African savannah more your type? There are so many options, explore them with us!

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A typical day on safari

While it is impossible to describe a day on safari for every lodge or country, here we will give you a “typical” day on safari at a private lodge or camp throughout much of the continent.

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Safari drive Botswana


The first reaction most people have when you mention safari is “I can’t afford that!” – we think you will be pleasantly surprised at how affordable a safari can be.

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Price of a safari

What to wear on safari

It may seem trivial, but having the right clothes can be vital on safari. Have a look at our handy guide to understand why this is so important.

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What to wear

Packing list

Now that you have packed the right clothes, let’s give you some hints and tips for what else to add to your bag!

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What to pack

What do you most want to see?

Not all parks across Africa are home to the same animals and birds. So if you really want to see certain animals or tick off new birds on your list, chose your destination carefully! Read on for more information about how to make sure that you head off in the right direction. You are travelling a long way, make the most of it.

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Above all else, don’t go looking to just tick the Big Five off a list. Go with no expectations and a willingness to embrace the sheer nature above spotting a specific animal. We know that’s hard, especially for a first time visitor, but trust us, you will enjoy your safari so much more!