We understand that cost is a factor for many travelers, which is why we offer a range of African safari tours at different price points. Our African safari tours cost includes all of the essentials, so you can have a great time without breaking the bank. At the same time, we know that everyone has different preferences when it comes to travel. That’s why we also offer private bespoke holidays in Africa, designed specifically to meet your needs and interests. From off-the-beaten-path adventures to luxury accommodations and exclusive experiences, we can create a trip that’s tailored to your exact preferences.
For those looking for convenience, we can also offer African safari packages with airfare included. This makes planning your trip even easier, and ensures that you get the best possible deal on your African safari adventure. If you have limited time available, our 7 day African safari tours are a great option. These tours pack in all of the highlights, including game drives, cultural experiences, and breathtaking scenery, so you can experience the best of Africa in just one week.
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Don’t just take our word for it – our African safari tours have received rave reviews on TripAdvisor, with many travelers describing them as the best best Africa tour packages they’ve ever taken. So what are you waiting for? Book your African safari tour today and prepare to be amazed by the beauty and wonder of this incredible continent.
What is the best month to go on an African safari?
The best time to go on an African safari varies depending on the specific destination and desired experiences. In general, the dry season, which usually falls between June and October, is preferred for better wildlife sightings due to sparse vegetation and wildlife congregating around water sources. The wet season, occurring between November and April, may be ideal for birdwatching enthusiasts as migratory birds arrive and breeding activity increases. For witnessing the great wildebeest migration in East Africa, the months of July to October are recommended. It’s essential to consider specific events and wildlife activities unique to each destination. Consult Kikwetu Cultural Adventures to provide more tailored advice based on individual preferences.
What is the average cost of an African safari trip?
The average cost of an African safari trip varies based on factors such as destination, trip duration, accommodation level, type of safari, time of year, and group size. Budget safaris can start around $150 to $250 per person per day, mid-range safaris range from $250 to $600 per person per day, and luxury safaris can cost several thousand dollars per person per day. These are general estimates, and additional expenses like flights, visas, insurance, and extra activities should be considered. Consult with us for more accurate cost estimates based on specific preferences.
Which is the safest African safari tour?
When it comes to the safest African safari tours, most destinations have established reputations for maintaining high safety standards. These include Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa to mention but a few. These countries have stable political environments, low crime rates, well-regulated national parks, and established safari tourism infrastructure. It is important to choose reputable tour operators like Kikwetu Cultural Adventures with experienced guides and a strong safety record. While safety can never be guaranteed entirely, taking necessary precautions and following the advice of local guides is crucial.
What part of Africa are best safari tours?
Africa offers several exceptional safari tour regions, each with its own unique attractions. East Africa, including the Serengeti and Masai Mara, is renowned for the great wildebeest migration. Southern Africa provides diverse landscapes and wildlife, with notable parks in Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Zambia. Namibia offers stunning desert landscapes and the opportunity to explore Etosha National Park. Uganda and Rwanda are ideal for primate safaris, particularly gorilla tracking. Kenya is famous for its diverse wildlife and iconic parks like Amboseli and Tsavo. The best safari tour region in Africa depends on personal preferences and interests, as each region has its own distinct offerings.