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Safari Travel Tips

Roads Conditions
– Roads in many parks vary from tarmac to murram roads. Most of the tarmac roads can be found from one park to the other but inside the park, roads are not tarmacked to ease the movement of animals.  Murram roads inside the park, sometimes get muddy, corrugated, and bumpy mostly during the rainy season which makes it difficult to track animals. For people with back pain, it is recommended to have short game drives then return to the lodge.

-Most of the accommodations inside the parks range from luxury, mid-range, and budget others been located inside the park and others outside the park.  Accommodations vary from lodges, tented camps, cottages, or camping whereby these comes from guests choice during safari booking.

Safari Vehicles
– African safaris, are done by road with a 4×4 Landcruiser or pop up safari minivan to enable easy track of animals inside and in between the park. All safari vehicles are serviced regularly and have guests amenities like a water box, wifi, fan, and radio to enable guides to communicate within the park.


Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Best time to go for a Safari?
– The best Moderate months for a Safari is from May to September,  during the dry season when vegetation is low and most of the time animals tend to stay around waterholes and under the trees. This period makes it easier for tourists to spot animals a lot.

When is the best time to see Wildebeest Migration?
-August and September are the best times to see the great migration — and your chances of witnessing a river crossing are generally much higher. Come early October, the rainy season in Tanzania will commence, and the herds will embark on their return journey back to the Serengeti. In general, the herds begin to cross into Masai Mara in July and continue through August.


What is required to pack for a safari?

-safari-wear is generally casual and practical. Be sure you take clothes that you feel comfortable in – especially when it comes to your walking/hiking boots. The newer quick-drying fabrics, shirts with ventilation, and trousers that convert into shorts are all worth considering. Casual, comfortable clothing is suitable throughout the year when on safari.

Our Cancellations Policy

Cancellation Policy

No of days                                        Percentage forfeited of tour price

More than 40 days                         5% of the tour price
20-39 days                                      20% of the tour price
19-6 days                                         30% of the tour price
Less than 5 days and no show   no refunds


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