The word ‘ Safari’ comes from the Arabic word ‘Safar’ which means Travel or Journey.
Today, the term Safari encapsulates everything; the means of getting to the destination, the accommodations and the various forms of viewing the wildlife there.
Safaris have evolved considerably from the time of the early pioneers, who, accompanied by 20 – 30 porters, had to slash their way through the jungle and set up camp every night in a different location, battling wild animals, diseases like malaria, Yellow Fever, dengue, and tropical heat. These early pioneers often took months to complete a safari.
Today, safaris are much easier. Simply hop onto a vehicle or a plane to be at your destination in a few hours. Welcomed with a cool drink, and a refreshing towel, you’ll be settled in your comfortable, luxurious tent enjoying a gourmet meal in no time.
So how does this happen?
That’s where we come in.
Simply tell us your interests, your budget and who you’re traveling with and let us come up with the magic!