Why you should go on a safari to Africa

Why you should go on a safari to Africa

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Safari!! Just the word makes you excited as to what may lie ahead! Safari can be defined as an expedition to observe animals in their natural habitat. From the Swahili – “to journey or to travel”.

Africa is synonymous with wild life and wild life safaris. A safari to Africa will de – stress you like no other holiday as you immerse yourself in the fascinating animals, close encounters, delightful accommodation and meals, the many and varied eco systems from desert to delta, savannah to open plains and rainforests to mountains – Africa has it all.

The African people, especially the tribal people, are some of the friendliest that you could encounter anywhere in the world. Smiles comes easily. Sharing their culture and humour is part of their welcome to visitors and the pride and pleasure shown by the very professional game guides as they intrigue you with stories, facts and folklore of the bush is something not to be missed. The vehicles all are designed to give you the very best opportunity to see and photograph all manner of wild life in their natural habitat.

Destinations Africa specialises only on safaris to Africa. We do not operate into any other part of the world. Most of our staff are of African origin and we travel very frequently to the continent. We therefore have a very intimate knowledge and understanding of where to send you to fit exactly what you are looking for. Every itinerary is planned specifically for you and will meet the most demanding and discerning of travellers.

Africa is not a cheap destination but it does offer great value for money. Cost only becomes an issue in the absence of value and we ensure that you get the expected value. We are available to speak with you 24/7 and discuss your plans, ideas and to answer any questions that you may have about a safari to Africa. Give us a call any time on +61 411 749 627 or contact us via e-mail at: travel@destinationsafrica.com.au.

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