Group Joining or Private Safari in

Guest always engaged on this topic or even call our office, and asks about which is the best way to travel to Africa, is it on joining a group or going on a private safari, we have tried to highlight some points on both and in our opinion, it will give you a lead when planning a safari to Africa.


  1. Joining/group safari are more cost-effective way of experiencing the African bush
  2. Time schedule are not flexible
  3. Mostly time is wasted during pick-up and drop-off if guest are not staying in the same accommodation
  4. It is a perfect choice for solo travelers
  5. It’s one of the best way to meet new people and make friends
  6. Perfect way of travelling for likeminded couple who don’t mind sharing safari with others.


  1. With private safari an itinerary is specifically designed according to the experience you like
  2. You travel on the dates which suites you best
  3. You will visit the parks reserves you wish to see most, and the activities you wish to do on safari
  4. You may spend your time doing what you want to do rather than having to compromise with the group
  5. If you wish, you may socialize with other travelers at mealtime, and still have the flexibility to do what you want on your game activities
  6. What guest need to realize is that, in many cases, a private safari need not cost more than one with large group. In fact we have sent many couple and small groups, on private safaris for not much more {and often less} than the cost of a group safari from other tour operators who offer less inferior itineraries.

If you find that difficult to believe call, email, or write to us what you have in mind, and we will be happy to send you some sample itineraries to start with.

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