A safari holiday in South Africa is a magical experience. Here, Exclusive Getaways sets out what you can expect on a typical few days whilst on safari in the Sabi Sands Game Reserve, one of the most visited wilderness areas in South Africa. The Sabi Sand is home to an astonishing abundance of wildlife, and … Continue reading “48 Hours in Sabi Sands: Your South African Safari Holiday in a Top Private Game Reserve”
Your South African safari could be one of your most memorable trips ever. To ensure that it is no less than awesome, we share a few safari tips and give you the heads-up on how to raise the bar for your South African safari.
South Africa has numerous wilderness areas alive with wildlife. Visitors coming on safari can, quite literally, be spoilt for choice without expert guidance. Famed for its gloriously remote and unspoiled landscapes supporting the Big Five and much else besides, South Africa is a bespoke safari destination that draws holiday-makers from across the globe to experience a remarkable … Continue reading “Safaris South Africa: What to Know and How to Book”
Madikwe Game Reserve is a premier game park in South Africa, home to the Big Five, the endangered African wild dog and much besides. Access to a precious wilderness is restricted to staying guests at around 20 luxury safari lodges in 75 000-hectare Madikwe, ensuring an exclusive South African safari experience on a captivating landscape.
Good fences make good neighbours, as the idiom goes, and this is probably the sentiment of safari-goers who prefer the assurance that wildlife will be most good-neighbourly when restricted from entering the camp! If this sounds like you, we have some luxury fenced safari camps in South Africa that are enclosed, or partially enclosed, to deter wildlife from … Continue reading “The ‘Fencesitter’s’ Safari in South Africa: Luxury Safari Lodges For People Preferring a Fenced Camp”
Few people need pursuading that sorties in the bush have plenty going for them. One of the little challenges of being out in the wilds, though, is mosquitos. Quite extraordinary how such ineffectual-looking little creatures can cause so much annoyance, discomfort, and sometimes, illness. Here are a few tips for remaining itch-free…
Be sure to keep your South African safari memorable in the best possible way, by observing these basic safety and environment-first guidelines, compiled by Notten’s Bush Camp in the Sabi Sand.
“Summer, from September to April, is when the bush is at its most lush due to it being the rainy season. This is also the lambing season for many of our antelope species and when numerous species of migratory birds arrive in the area. Temperatures at this time are generally warm to very hot, with … Continue reading “When is Best in the Bush? The Heads-Up on When to Go on Safari in South Africa”
From the opulently sublime to the comfy and ridiculously good-value safari, and all sorts of variations in between, South Africa offers so many different kinds of safari experiences. In a country that has a wide range of landscapes, diverse wildlife and an imaginative array of twists to the good old safari, there really is something … Continue reading “Safaris in South Africa: From the Sublime to the Ridiculously Good-Value Safari”
Setting off on safari to the central Sabi Sand entails a sturdy stretch of driving, with at least 440 km of distance to cover, and perhaps more, depending on which lodge you’re travelling to. If you’re looking for some great stopover suggestions en-route, which also make for wonderful safari preludes, think Hazyview or White River.