Safari Activities - Game Drives

Game Drives

An open game viewing or safari vehicle shall be waiting at a pre-arranged location at the lodge or at your transfer area from arrival point to the exclusive game lodge you decide should be included into your African Chapter. You can board and begin your venture into the exclusive and private reserve beyond. A qualified guide or game ranger and tracker team will accompany you, to offer insight and answer any questions you might have relating to the African Bush ahead, generally these are the individuals who make your trip the experience that it is!

Game viewing or safari drives are generally one to two hours long, conducted in the morning and evening, and concentrating on larger game, prone to moving around the reserve which makes it easier to track by vehicle with the large distances used to roam and locating food and water than man can perform on foot.

Each independant african game lodge operate on their own schedule and procedures, we will advise accordingly in response to any requests received as to keep you informed with the details pertaining to each safari game lodge chosen.

Lodges That Offer Game Drives

The destinations selected are renowned for their exemplary service and facilities, and are world-class establishments in their own right.

Please note: Activities are an optional and additional fee to the accommodation rate. This is because the activites do not necessarily operate from the lodges or the same operators available, but within the near vicinity of the specified lodges.

Please don't hesitate to contact us directly.

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