There is an age old adage “you get what you pay for” and this generally holds true for safaris in Africa.

The majority of operators have a high peak season stretching from June through to November and a low, wet or green season from December to May.

You pay more for privacy and exclusivity Most of the exclusive wildlife concessions are managed by operators that strive for safari excellence

The economic safari range stretches from “do your own thing” car hire (at under US$200 per person per day) all the way up to exclusive privately guided flying safaris (at over $US1,500 per person per day).

Mombo Camp in Botswana’s Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s most sought after wildlife destinations costing around US$1,995 per person per night sharing. Rhino Island in Zimbabwe’s Matusadonha National Park on the shores of Lake Kariba costs out at approximately US$200 per person per night sharing. Both of these safari destinations are wonderful experiences.

Send us your plans and wish list and we will give you a provisional cost indicator by return mail.