August 2020

Posted by | August 9, 2020
What a Typical Day on Safari Looks Like

If you’re struggling to figure out how you are going to spend your days in the African bush, we’re here to clear up any misconceptions. The great thing about a...

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Posted by | August 9, 2020
Best Time to Go on Safari in the Kruger National Park

One thing that makes the Greater Kruger National Park a fantastic safari destination is that there really is not a bad time to go. The wet and dry seasons each...

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Posted by | August 9, 2020
Best Time to Go on Safari in the Sabi Sands

Although the Sabi Sands is a great year-round safari destination, there are many benefits to visiting during the dry winter season. Whether you choose an art safari, photographic safari, 4-wheel...

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Posted by | August 9, 2020
Best Time to Go on Safari in KwaZulu Natal

If you are looking for a warm winter escape, KwaZulu Natal is definitely the place to be. A fabulous year-round destination, KwaZulu Natal lies on South Africa’s east coast along...

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Posted by | August 9, 2020
Best Time to Go on Safari in the Eastern Cape

Situated on the east coast of South Africa, the Eastern Cape is a fabulous year-round destination for game viewing. Its sunny winters also make it a great destination for a...

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Posted by | August 9, 2020
Best Time to Go on a Cape Town Safari

Mountains, endless oceans, beautiful beaches, and enthralling wildlife – Cape Town is a little bit of paradise. Home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites and a vibrant city culture, you...

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Posted by | August 9, 2020
Best Time to Go on a Garden Route Safari

Situated on the south-eastern coast of South Africa the Garden Route boasts 300km (190 miles) of magnificent coastline. With a temperate oceanic climate, summers are mild to warm, and winters...

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Posted by | August 8, 2020
What to Expect on a Kruger National Park Safari

The Kruger National Park comprises nearly 2 million hectares of land known to have the highest population density of the Big 5 in South Africa. If an authentic African safari...

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Posted by | August 8, 2020
What to Expect on a Sabi Sands Safari

Sabi Sands is undoubtedly one of the top game viewing destinations in South Africa. The private game reserve shares a 50-kilometre (31-mile) unfenced border with the world-renowned Kruger National Park....

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Posted by | August 8, 2020
What to Expect on a KwaZulu Natal Safari

Home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites, KwaZulu Natal lies along South Africa’s warm east coast. The area spans from the lakes and wetlands of the expansive iSimangaliso Wetland Park...

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