Tips and Advice

Safari Travel Tips!

Travel to Africa could become challenging. One wrong step and your safari getaway could be ruined by a not having the right equipment or even clothing  So, guarantee a smooth trip by planning thoroughly. Here’s how to make all the right moves, with these incredible tips.

Travel to Africa
Travelling tips – What to pack?

What do To take with to a Game Lodge ?

  • Camera & binoculars for game viewing and birding
  • Swimming costume and sunscreen, if summer
  • A cap or hat is advisable
  • Warm sweater,jacket or anorak for the safari

When is the best time of the year for an safari game view?

 Wildlife viewing is equally enjoyable all year round. In Africa, preferably South Africa offers you an number of diversified attractions that ensures an experience of an lifetime.

How do I get to The Game Lodge ?

Visitors can make  use of the self drive option or one of your chosen safari friendly drivers will come pick you up and then you are on your way to witness the fantastic big five and much more.

What camera equipment should you bring?

Preferably bring an camera that has a high powered flash. Video cameras are ideal to capture sights and sounds; a pair of binoculars is a must for keen bird watchers.

 When everything has been packed and you are on your way to the game lodge. You will be met by a ranger, who will then explain the program to you.  Guides are there to assist you with whatever needs and questions occurs. Therefore they are the best encyclopaedia out in the wild. On arrival at the lodge of your choice you will be met by your ranger and or lodge manager who will explain the programme to you. You will spend the duration of your visit at the lodge with this ranger. They are all highly qualified and would be delighted to spend time with you on your specific topic of interest. The staff are committed to providing the most memorable experience, a task that is made easier once they understand what your personal interests are.

All journeys have secret destinations of which the traveler is unaware.” ~ Martin Buber ~