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Posted by Nelson | 15 October 2020 | Family Safari, Game Reserve, Luxury Safari, Safari, South Africa
Shamwari Game Reserve in South Africa: 8 Must-Visit Luxury Safari Lodges

Shamwari Game Reserve in South Africa is the ultimate malaria-free safari destination for safari-goers seeking luxury accommodation. Located 75 kilometres outside Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape, it offers eight exclusive lodges, all stylishly decorated in a unique way to provide exceptional custom experiences. The safari lodges at Shamwari Private Game Reserve are absolutely superb....

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Posted by Nelson | 12 October 2020 | Safari, South Africa
What to Wear on Safari in South Africa

Safariing in SA is a grand adventure (just ask anyone who’s done it), but knowing what to wear on safari in South Africa is important. Thing is, you’re going to be putting your hard-earned money and vacation time into the trip. You don’t want to be uncomfortable or restricted. You want everything to be perfect....

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Posted by Nelson | 09 October 2020 | Activities, Family Safari, Safari, South Africa
5 Fun Activities for Kids on Safari in SA

Fun activities for kids on Safari in South Africa? Yes, absolutely! Many parents worry about taking their children on safari to SA, and understandably so. After all, you’d be heading off into the untamed African bushveld, where wild, dangerous animals roam free. In reality, though, there is much less to worry about than prospecting safari-goers...

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Posted by ryanhetreed | 09 August 2020 | Safari
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 safari in South Africa is that you can do as much or as little as you want. Adventure seekers can spend the entire day out...

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Posted by ryanhetreed | 09 August 2020 | Safari, Travel Tips
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 feature unique landscapes and viewing opportunities, so one might say that the best time to go may depend on what you want to see. There...

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