WHAT TO PACK
You're going to have to pack light. Your bag will most probably be pushed and pulled and squashed in all sorts of ways to fit into the light aircrafts and on the back of safari...Read More
Should I go with a private guide?
A private guide brings a whole new dimension to your safari, they bring with them an expertise and knowledge of the area you are visiting and deepen your understanding and interactions with the animals and...Read More
Can children go on safari?
A lot of the safari camps have a minimum age limit of 12 years old, although some are more leaneant and will accept children at 8 years or older, each camp and company and even...Read More
What will the accomodation be like?
This will all depend on what kind of safari you choose to go on, or what your "safari style" is. If you choose to go on a mobile safari, facilities may be more limited, perhaps...Read More
How much luggage can I take?
The light aircrafts used to fly into some of these remote camps are generally quite strict about luggage. No more than 20kgs. We highly recommend a soft, duffel bag as opposed to a hard shelled...Read More
When’s the best time of the year to go on safari?
A "best" time of year might be a personal preference, but most people do tend to avoid visiting in the rainy season and opt for the more favourable, more reliabel dry season, avoiding heavy downpours...Read More
Do I need travel insurance?
We highly recommed taking out comprehensive travel insurance in your home country, prior to travelling, covering you for any unexpected events that may occur before or during your trip (eg trip cancellations, lost or stolen...Read More
What about vaccinations?
While some areas don't require any kind of vaccinations (for example South Africa, Botswana, Zambia), we do recommend that you visit your local travel health specialists prior to travelling. No matter where you might be...Read More
What if I need medical attention out there?
All camps are required to have extensive medical emergency kits on site as well as comms (satelite phones and radios) to call a doctor or to do a medical evacuation. Camp managers as well as...Read More