Wonder and Amazement Awaits on an African Adventure
The vast plains of Africa are dramatically revealed on a safari excursion. A continent of incredible diversity and immense beauty, Africa’s picturesque yet unforgiving landscape must be seen up close in order to truly appreciate its grandeur. From Kruger National Park in South Africa, the Serengeti of Tanzania or Etosha National Park in Namibia, exploring these and other wildlife parks is a journey like no other.
With its breathtaking vistas and a diverse range of wild animals, safaris offer a safe yet engaging way to get up close to the native flora and fauna. See the ferocious carnivores like lions and cheetahs as they prowl for prey and enjoy the gentle beauty of the herbivores such as giraffes, zebras, elephants, gazelles and others as they graze within the picturesque prairies. Pass a watering hole and catch a glimpse of the giant hippopotamus as it lumbers along, trying to stay cool.
Guided tours are available lasting as little as a morning or afternoon or for several days. Overnight adventures offer luxury accommodation at private game lodges located within sight of all the wild action taking place outside its confines. In the dark, listen as a lion’s roar breaks the night time silence and at dawn, enjoy a breakfast with the scenic African landscape as your backdrop.
To start planning your safari experience, simply submit your enquiry online or call 1800 017 849 to put the seasoned knowledge of a Travel Associates consultant at work for you.
SAFARI INSPIRATION FROM THE BLOG
When was the last time you had a truly unique travel experience? When you encountered a special moment that you struggled to describe to your loved ones back home, no matter how many photos you showed them?
The wildlife experiences of South Africa will exceed any dreams you have had about up-close encounters of the furred kind.
Imagine this: Your eight-year old daughter strutting her moves beside you at the disco; dad and son learning to cook together; or the grandkids oohing and aahing as grandpa points out the wildlife on a safari.