South African Safaris

Do you want to enjoy an authentic South African safari experience? Book one of the South African safari experiences and spot the big 5 animals including lions, elephants, and more.

What can you expect to see during a South African safari?

  • Kruger National Park
  • Hluhluwe-iMfolozi
  • iSimangaliso

If you decide to travel on a private game reserve, where they will take you on a game drive and you will be guaranteed to see the big 5.

Some experience you might be able to share include:

  • Seeing a pride of lions
  • Watching the walking elephants
  • Buffalos at a waterhole.
  • Cheetahs overseeing the savannah.
Zebra spotting in the wild on a South African safari.
Zebra spotting in the wild on a South African safari.

Looking for a cheap South African safari?

If you want a South African safari option that won’t break the bank, you can also consider a DIY safari tour, which will see you rent a car and head to the Game reserve and safari lodges.

There are also accommodation options that will allow you to do your own DIY catering and that will be much cheaper than the other lodges around.

Want a luxury South African Safari?

You can also opt for a more luxurious experience as well, which could see you enter private game reserves, tour in smaller or private groups, and get access to more luxurious accommodation.

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

Is South Africa safe for safari?

If you are a savvy traveller, you generally won’t have any issues when travelling in South Africa when going on Safari.

If you stick to an organized safari, there’s minimal safety risk.

How dangerous are safaris in South Africa?

The risk is low if you know where you are going and the safety precautions that you need to take around animals and plants. Going on a tour with an experienced guide will reduce your exposure to any risks or dangers that you could encounter while you are on your safari adventure.

If you choose to do a DIY tour, you need to be more informed and aware of the potential dangers that you could be exposed to.

Can you wear white on safari?

It’s best to avoid wearing white due to the dusty conditions that you will be exposed to while you’re on your safari.