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Best tour operator for African safari?
edited July 2010
- Southern Africa
i am looking at traveling to africa on safari who should I book a trip through.
wanting to play golf and do a nice safari trip total days of 14.
Check out www.go2africa.com - they are very highly regarded.
Africa is a big place and there is so much that you can do. We specialise in Victoria Falls, in Zimbabwe. Please take a look at our website and the let us know if we can be of any further help www.victoriafalls-guide.net
Thanks and Regards
if you are destined for East/southern Africa, we are here and kindly look at our website :
www.ramasafaris.com and advice if we are of service to you.
I will gladly do a comparison for you. There are only 2 major safari companies I would recommend. If you can give me the dates and places you'd like to see, I'll put a few options/suggestions together for you.
It also depends where in South Africa you will be based. You can email me on
There are many- literally hundreds of good tour operators. it just depends where you want to go and what you want to do. Africa is also very vague, i would recommend you choose a tour operator that specialises in certain areas like Southern Africa,East Africa, Namibia etc depending where you want to go. 14 days is not a lot, i also recommend you don't try to see everything and go everywhere (although i know a lot of people cannot afford to visit Africa all the time) but its better to spend your days on site than on the road and not really experiencing Africa.
any ideas of which parks are best to view game as well as being good value for money and safe in April 2012. thanks ame
- i can personally recommend Jackalberry Lodge, inside the Thornybush Reserve, where I stayed in December. It is luxurious, but veyr affordable when compared to other private lodges. You get a ranger and safari drives morning and evening; guaranteed to see the big 5 and much more. Leave a message if you want more details or look it up on Google. Good luck.
we are using a firm called Exclusively Africa which was recommended by my friend. They are based in south africa and have created a bespoke itinery for us. we are going in July 2012. we are on a 3 night safari as well as staying in Cape Town, doing the wine and garden route and spending some time in Johannesburg.
edited November 2012
I have booked a great tour called the Masai Footsteps with Visions of Africa who are based in the UK. Great tour and well organised tour guides on the ground followed the expertise of the tour operator. ganeandmarshall.com
if you want to eplore southern africa we do have mobile safaris around botswana know of its beautifull landscapes as the okavango delta moremi game reserves and chobenational park for more information you can email at
For a true African Safari in Botswane Old Khaki Safaris can offer you that.
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