Tour Category: Safari

There are many options for a safari in Southern Africa. Our list always growing.

Currently, we list the following:

Dwyka Tented Lodge

Concealed by striking rock formations, Dwyka Tented Lodge at Sanbona Private Wildlife Reserve epitomises the idea of seclusion and luxury.

Godwana Family Lodge

Designed for family safaris, Gondwana Lodge overlooks the Bellair Dam and resembles a typical thatched Karoo homestead.

Tilney Manor

The historical Tilney Manor luxury lodge at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve, Western Cape is a tranquil oasis overlooking breathtaking vistas of the mountains and plains of the Little Karoo.

Kruger National Park – Classic Safari

Join our affordable Kruger Safari tour. Packages from 3 to 6 days are available.

If you stay with us, you get to sleep in huts, complete with twin beds, bedding, aircon and a small fridge. They also have mosquito proofing on the doors and windows, and ablutions are shared and serviced regularly.

Kruger National Park – Camping Safari

Join our affordable Kruger Safari tour. Packages from 3 to 6 days are available.

If you stay with us, you get to sleep in huts, complete with twin beds, bedding, aircon and a small fridge. They also have mosquito proofing on the doors and windows, and ablutions are shared and serviced regularly.

Kruger National Park – Budget Safari

Join our affordable Kruger Safari tour. Packages from 3 to 6 days are available.

If you stay with us, you get to sleep in huts, complete with twin beds, bedding, aircon and a small fridge. They also have mosquito proofing on the doors and windows, and ablutions are shared and serviced regularly.

Inverdoorn Cape Town Safari Day Trip

Experience a Cape Town Day Safari tour in the Tankwa Karoo . See Africa’s Big 5 only 2.5 hours from Cape Town. Inverdoorn provides visitors a unique 10 000 hectare big 5 safari experience with beautiful indigenous Karoo landscapes and impressive Acacia Karoo river beds – the likes of which is only found in the northern parts of Southern Africa.

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