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Coming in to close contact with animals in the African bush can be dangerous, however if you LISTEN to and ADHERE to the briefing your game ranger at the beginning of any game drive, there is no need for real concern. Bear in mind that things happen to people who do stupid things! Your first game drive on an African safari can be overwhelmingly exciting – but adhere to the safety guidelines and you will probably survive!

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Coming in to close contact with animals in the African bush can be dangerous, however if you LISTEN to and ADHERE to the briefing your game ranger at the beginning of any game drive, there is no need for real concern. Bear in mind that things happen to people who do stupid things! Your first game drive on an African safari can be overwhelmingly exciting – but adhere to the safety guidelines and you will probably survive!

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Coming in to close contact with animals in the African bush can be dangerous, however if you LISTEN to and ADHERE to the briefing your game ranger at the beginning of any game drive, there is no need for real concern. Bear in mind that things happen to people who do stupid things! Your first game drive on an African safari can be overwhelmingly exciting – but adhere to the safety guidelines and you will probably survive!

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Coming in to close contact with animals in the African bush can be dangerous, however if you LISTEN to and ADHERE to the briefing your game ranger at the beginning of any game drive, there is no need for real concern. Bear in mind that things happen to people who do stupid things! Your first game drive on an African safari can be overwhelmingly exciting – but adhere to the safety guidelines and you will probably survive!

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Coming in to close contact with animals in the African bush can be dangerous, however if you LISTEN to and ADHERE to the briefing your game ranger at the beginning of any game drive, there is no need for real concern. Bear in mind that things happen to people who do stupid things! Your first game drive on an African safari can be overwhelmingly exciting – but adhere to the safety guidelines and you will probably survive!

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Coming in to close contact with animals in the African bush can be dangerous, however if you LISTEN to and ADHERE to the briefing your game ranger at the beginning of any game drive, there is no need for real concern. Bear in mind that things happen to people who do stupid things! Your first game drive on an African safari can be overwhelmingly exciting – but adhere to the safety guidelines and you will probably survive!

If you go to one of the better game parks they don't have fences. Man and beast live side by side. But this doesn't mean seeing a lion, elephant, hyena, leopard and cheetah is always possible.

Hot Tips for the Best Safaris

Kenya – if you don‘t find animals here, then you will never see them. Try the legendary Masai Mara, Tsavo National Park, Amboseli NP and Nakuru. Each place is unique and will provide you with an unforgettable experience. Tanzania – try the incredible Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater for plentiful animals and breath-taking surroundings. For the more hearty souls, get down to Ruaha NP.

Botswana – heaven on Earth. The last great wilderness of Southern Africa. Moremi NP, Chobe NP and Savuti NP make up the Okavango Delta region. Want to live a National Geographic Dream? Head into this wetland paradise. Africa is a photographer‘s dream, from its sun-drenched plains, treacherous rivers and unforgiving jungles. Safaris can be some of your most memorable experiences; lions, rhinos, elephants, giraffes.

Most African destinations and attractions offer a good measure of adventure! Experience the great migration of wildebeests from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara, climb the highest peak on the African continent (Kilimanjaro), or brave the world's highest bungy jump at Bloukrans Bridge in the Garden Route. Africa is also home to the highest dunes in the world at Sossusvlei in the Namib Desert in Namibia.

The best time to visit your favourite destination in Africa, when planning your next safari. Africa offers a diversity of attractions and highlights that must be visited at the right time to ensure an experience of a life-time. When to travel Africa is essential to a great experience!

Most safaris take place in remote wildlife areas and game reserves, away from villages, towns and cities. This means that you will most probably not find other people around, except those who look after your every need while on safari! The transfers (by road, air or water) between airports, hotels and lodges are operated by reputable companies or by the properties themselves. If you booked a packaged holiday through a tour operator it means that you will not be unattended at any time during your safari.

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A few tips to consider are the following: make photocopies of your passport, airline tickets, drivers license and other important documentation. Also keep a record of the numbers of your travellers cheques. These should be kept in a safe place. Rather leave expensive jewellery at home.

A few tips to consider are the following: make photocopies of your passport, airline tickets, drivers license and other important documentation. Also keep a record of the numbers of your travellers cheques. These should be kept in a safe place. Rather leave expensive jewellery at home.

A few tips to consider are the following: make photocopies of your passport, airline tickets, drivers license and other important documentation. Also keep a record of the numbers of your travellers cheques. These should be kept in a safe place. Rather leave expensive jewellery at home.

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Tap water is purified and safe to drink at hotels, inns, lodges and other public places. Remember water is a scarce resource, especially in this drought-stricken country, so please be respectful and help to conserve water.

Tap water is purified and safe to drink at hotels, inns, lodges and other public places. Remember water is a scarce resource, especially in this drought-stricken country, so please be respectful and help to conserve water.

Tap water is purified and safe to drink at hotels, inns, lodges and other public places. Remember water is a scarce resource, especially in this drought-stricken country, so please be respectful and help to conserve water.

Casual, comfortable wash-and-wear clothing is most useful.

Jackets and ties are only required in certain hotel restaurants and golf clubs.

Casual, comfortable wash-and-wear clothing is most useful.

Jackets and ties are only required in certain hotel restaurants and golf clubs.

Casual, comfortable wash-and-wear clothing is most useful.

Jackets and ties are only required in certain hotel restaurants and golf clubs.

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