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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE ARRIVING THE AFRICAN CONTINENT

Why Africa

01.

Africa of the Animals

In recent years Africa has become famous for the incomparable beauty of its wild fauna, and even today it remains the continent that is most closely associated with the idea of a perfectly preserved nature, with authentic and original animal life. Our proposals to Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda, are created precisely to make you discover this world, to enter the most beautiful paths and parks, to search, smell, feel the animals. To make you feel those sensations that are too often dormant inside us.

02.

The Africa of Men

The Africa of Men is a journey through the very heart of Africa made up of traditions, tribal rites and religious ceremonies. Our proposals towards Mali, Senegal, the Ivory Coast, Benin and Ethiopia are a serious attempt to give the opportunity to research, through contact with different ethnic groups, traditions, customs, history , the culture of some African peoples. Before our culture and progress erase everything!

03.

Expedition Africa

Africa is a country that lends itself perfectly to "expedition" style travel. Just like the first explorers, you will be able to enjoy the landscapes, the atmospheres and the sensations that only life in the open air can give. Sleeping in a tent with the sounds of the savannah as a background is one of the sensations that only those who experience it can fully understand. Our proposals are created precisely to recreate these situations but with the minimum of comfort and, above all, with the safety that modern means allow.

04.

The African Oceans

Africa is immersed in two great oceans: the Atlantic and the Indian respectively are the second and third largest of the three great oceans that cover much of the earth. Our specialization, it is true, are photographic safaris but we cannot ignore that Africa is surrounded by a beautiful and warm sea and do not suggest at least ending a trip to the heart of Africa with a holiday on one of its fabulous beaches.

05.

Africa of the Mountains

Few people know that the highest mountain in Africa reaches almost 6000 meters! It is the famous Kilimanjaro, in Tanzania, which together with Mount Kenya and Ruwenzori, on the border between Congo and Uganda, all three above 5000 meters, represent easy and popular destinations for many mountaineers. Obviously it is necessary to organize real expeditions with the porters. There are some structures such as shelters and huts that guarantee warm nights, all very well organized in collaboration with local specialists.

Where To Go: The Most Beautiful Safaris In Africa

01.

Safari In Kenya

Kenya ranks among the best places for spotting animals, especially when considering the "cost-animal" ratio (number of animals sighted based on the amount that is spent). It has many ecosystems (from the lake, to the bush, to the forest) and splendid parks, starting with the Masai Mara, the largest wilderness reserve in Africa. 320 square kilometers of territory where every year a unique and majestic spectacle is renewed: the great migration, or millions of herbivores, wildebeest, zebras, antelopes and gazelles that move from the Masai Mara to Tanzania in search of vegetation. In the summer months, thousands of tourists come to Kenya to witness this wonder of nature. Then there is the Amboseli, famous for elephant sightings and for the breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro (5895 meters high), and the Tsavo, divided into sections (East and West), separated by the river that gives its name to park, where you can spot all five of the "big five".

02.

Safari In Tanzania

Immediately below Kenya there is Tanzania, an immense zoo without cages where it is possible to see all the animals, absolutely all, absolute masters of a country with 15 national parks, three biosphere reserves and numerous forest, marine and natural. In Tanzania, nature is truly record-breaking, and makes the country an ideal destination for a safari in Africa: here are the sources of two of the largest rivers on the planet, the Nile and the Congo, there is Lake Victoria, the most largest of the African continent, and Lake Tanganyika, the deepest. The immense Ngorongoro crater alone is worth a trip to Africa, and for many it is the destination of choice for safaris. Walls 700 meters high with a diameter of 18 kilometers that preserve the most numerous wildlife on earth (25,000 large animals): the view from above is unforgettable, as is the descent into the crater, an ark of Noé that gives unique and unforgettable emotions. Another fundamental stop for safaris is certainly the Serengeti National Park, which in the Masai language means "the place where the earth never ends", with its endless plains where it is possible to spot millions of animals in constant search of grass. and prey. The Serengeti is home to the largest concentration of herbivores in the world. In Tanzania it is also possible to combine the safari experience with relaxation by the sea, thanks to its proximity to the paradisiacal beaches of Zanzibar

03.

Safari In Uganda

Uganda has been relegated to the edge of the tourist scene for many years due to civil wars, but now that stability has returned, it is a country that offers unique safari opportunities, especially as it is one of very few countries in the world where it is possible to see the gorillas, the great apes at high risk of extinction, up close. The Bwindi National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is here that gorilla trekking is practiced; accompanied by expert guides (and only after having obtained the gorilla permit) we proceed into the dense forest in search of these gigantic primates. The trek is quite challenging but the effort of the path and the time to reach the destination is well rewarded by the encounter with these majestic and unique specimens. Encountering mountain gorillas in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is truly a lifelong experience, and a slightly different type of safari in africa Another worthwhile park for safaris is Queen Elizabeth National Park, an area of ​​1,978 square kilometers that borders the Virunga National Park in Congo. The park has been declared a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve due to the great variety of environments present; in addition to the rich fauna, open savannahs, forests and caves, canyons, swamps and lakes alternate in the park.

04.

Safari In Botswana

Botswana has always implemented a tourism policy aimed above all at preserving the environment, and this has ensured that many wild and intact areas have been kept. For the same reason, safaris in Botswana have always been considered the most expensive. The fauna that populates the parks of Botswana, but also the areas outside the latter, is truly impressive and varied; Botswana is the country in the world with the most elephants. The Chobe National Park develops around the great river of the same name in the northwest of the country and is renowned not only for the approximately 120,000 elephants that live there, but also for the presence of a large number of hippos, buffaloes, lions, leopards, monkeys, antelopes , crocodiles and rhinos. The cruise on the Chobe River under the fiery red sky of the African sunset is an experience that can hardly be forgotten. Then there is the immense Okavango delta, a unique and incredible habitat that can be visited by boarding a traditional boat (the so-called mokoro) or, even better, by flying at low altitude during sunset. On the delta it is possible to spot antelopes, gazelles, zebras, buffaloes, elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, hippos and crocodiles. Those who choose to go on safaris in Botswana often take the opportunity to also see the majestic Victoria Falls which are located a few tens of kilometers from the entrance to the Chobe.

05.

Safari In South Africa

When we talk about safaris in South Africa we always talk about the Kruger National Park. This spectacular and fascinating park is a bit of the emblem of South African tourism, it extends over 20,000 square kilometers of territory and is part of the Kruger Canyon Biosphere, protected by UNESCO. It is located in the far north of the country, in the Mpumalanga region on the border with Mozambique, and is one of the oldest and most famous parks in the world. Just think that it was inaugurated in 1898 as a wildlife reserve and is home to 300 species of trees, 500 species of birds, 150 species of mammals, reptiles and amphibians, as well as all five of the "big five". Perfect for beginner safaris and families, South Africa is easy and decidedly organized, with many "malaria free" areas and reserves, and it is also the safest country to travel on a self drive (together with Namibia) with 414 kilometers of paved road that they run from the south entrance to the north entrance of the park. Once in the reserves, however, it is preferable to leave your car and hike with the lodge's rangers.

06.

Safari In Namibia

The most famous and well-known park in Namibia is located in the north of the country and was established at the time when Namibia was a German colony. We are talking about Etosha National Park, which already has in its name the most particular feature of the area that hosts it. In fact, Etosha means "Great White Place" or "Place of Dry Water" exactly like the color of the soil of the saline desert, called Etosha Pan, which occupies a large part of its territory. At Etosha it is possible to spot rhinos (both white and black), elephants, kudus, springbok lions, zebras, giraffes, jackals and leopards. The park is really well organized; For example, there are several artificial pools that attract animals and allow tourists to see them up close, and various support camps where it is possible to sleep, managed by the Namibian Wildlife Resorts. The salt pools are also illuminated at night and allow a close-up view of the nocturnal fauna.

07.

Safari In Africa: When To Go And Where

A safari in Africa is the dream of many travelers. Seeing the famous "big five" (buffaloes, lions, leopards, elephants and rhinos), the herds of migrating animals, the lions that hunt and a host of other animals in their natural habitat is a unique experience that everyone would like and should do it at least once in a lifetime. If you add to this the fiery sunsets and starry skies of Africa, the savannah and deserts, you can easily imagine why a safari in Africa becomes the journey of a lifetime, and you will understand the famous "Sick of Africa"! Here are the most beautiful safaris on the African continent: which countries to go to, what is the best time and how to best organize them. Are you ready to follow us? A safari in Africa is not a journey like any other, it is a journey dedicated to adventure where you can rediscover contact with nature in all its primordial essence. It is a journey where we witness the struggle for survival, the real one and no holds barred, between predators and prey for the maintenance of the species or for the control of the territory - and all this happens in incredible and very different landscapes. A few examples? The deserts of Namibia, the rainforests of Uganda, the South African bush, the great plains of Tanzania or the Okawango delta in Botswana, are among some of the destinations that you could reach for a safari in Africa. The best and most popular areas in Africa for safaris are the eastern and southern areas, the one that starts from Uganda and Kenya in the north and goes down to South Africa and Namibia, with vast plains, hills and the most varied fauna of the entire planet

08.

Safari In Africa: When To Go?

Having said that, it is therefore clear that saying for example "Four-day safari in Tsavo and Amboseli" can represent many different things, totally different experiences, regardless of whether "we saw the lion" or not, the experience that will remain in the memories and the quality of the service you are paid for can be very different. Everyone has their own budget to deal with, but with the right information the question to ask should no longer be "how much does the safari cost" but "how do you make me go on a safari, where do you take me, how many tickets do we pay, where do we sleep, how many hours of asphalt and real game drives we do, who accompanies us and what time do we enter the park ", and only then can we decide with all the information at hand, evaluating what and how to consider indispensable or what can be avoided to save based on what exactly you want to do. And so many find it more logical and convenient perhaps to make a shorter safari but perhaps better done, in any case only with the right information you can choose how to best buy your safari dream.

How Much Does A Safari In Africa Cost, And How To Organize It.

It is easy to ask “how much does a safari cost”? But it’s not as quick to respond.
This is because the question is very generic, safari can mean many things, even very different from each other, and this also happens when we talk about the same duration, and sometimes even the same, apparently identical, itinerary.
More and more often we read, especially on social networks, questions and requests for information that are limited to asking the price of a safari, as if a safari were a mass-produced object, always the same, buyable, identical, anywhere from any supplier.
It’s a bit like asking how much a horse costs, it depends.
There are young and old horses, racing horses or buggers. It may seem like an unsuitable example but instead if you think about it for a moment it fits and how.
In fact there are two-day safaris by minibus in eight and without a guide, and private safaris for two people with a professional guide in Land Cruiser, safaris that provide accommodation in large tourist facilities from 60 dollars a night and safaris that provide accommodation in private corners of very exclusive savannah from $ 600 a night.
And here is where the example of the horse begins to fit better.
Using another metaphor, asking how much a safari costs is like asking how much it costs to go to the Caribbean by sea. It is one thing to do it with a tourist cruise and it is another thing to do it on a private sailboat with crew available.
Then it is obvious that the sea is the same for everyone, as is the savannah, but unlike the sea, in the savannah also the itineraries and the times have a decisive weight in evaluating the quality of a safari.

ITINERARIES

When it comes to the largest national parks of entire Italian regions, simply saying that “it’s a safari in Tsavo east and west” says very little.
In fact, a safari can include Tsavo East and West, but it could cross the park quickly or spend all the time available inside the park.
Having “been” to Tsavo East could be understood as having crossed it from “gate” to “gate” in speed to quickly pass to Tsavo West where perhaps you intend to go to spend the night, or it could mean doing hours and hours of slow “game drive ”to visit the most interesting corners.
It is clear that it is not a question of having the same experience in the same place, even if the itinerary may seem similar at first glance. There are tourist safari programs that involve three parks in three days.
It is not necessary to be an expert on safari to understand that given the enormous distances and dimensions, if you want to see everything in a short time, you will necessarily have to see quickly and quickly.
Amboseli is a park that is about 250 km from the coast, since to reach it there are no highways but you should go through parks, possibly even doing safaris in the meantime, if a safari program takes three days to do “a safari with Amboseli” and another takes five or six of them, so surely the time dedicated to game drives must necessarily be different.
A hasty program will devote a maximum of a few hours of game drive to a park, unlike a program that includes longer and more articulated itineraries over several days, even if they are the “same” stages.
So how much does a safari cost? depends.

OVERNIGHT STAYS

Everyone knows their budget  for their safari. This does not mean, however, that we should think that every lodge or tented camp is equivalent. The common belief of being in closer contact with nature by going to “spartan” places is exactly contrary to the reality of the safari. It is precisely the most touristic “accommodations”, those of large numbers, that resemble large hotels for tourists more than real tented camps in the middle of the savannah. To stay on lower prices, situations of great receptivity must be used, aimed at mass tourism, therefore huge lodges with many rooms, paved parking lots, large buffet restaurants, swimming pools and sometimes, alas, conference rooms when not even inflatable for children … however absurd it may seem to stay in real tents in the middle of nowhere, with the water from the shower heated over the fire it costs a lot, much more than resorting to tourist solutions with large capacities and little charm. Today, true luxury is given by small numbers and the exclusivity of places. So the equation in safari is exclusive equal to smaller and often more eco and more in contact with nature, while cheaper is equal to more touristy and less authentic. Also in the light of all this the question “how much does a safari cost?” it can only have one answer: it depends.

TIMING

Safaris include park entrance tickets. The weight of this cost can considerably affect the safari, especially when comparing apparently “affordable” offers. A ticket has a duration of 24 hours, not one minute more, after 24 hours the payment of the next ticket is triggered. So to save money, many decide to “ride” the ticket with one night, and to do this you can only enter late and leave early the next day. There are those who “waste” time in the small shops at the entrance and those who invent themselves come back via asphalt for a very long time in order not to go back into the park so as not to pay an extra ticket. When even someone decides to access the parks from long and boring asphalted roads when you could cross an extra park to enter the gate of the next one. Even those who are not experts in safari can understand that the cooler hours are the best to have the opportunity to see more “movement” of animals. Entering the park and starting game drives in the early cool hours of the morning is obviously different than entering at eleven and running to the restaurant in time for lunch.
And although everyone has to deal with their budget, it remains to consider the fact that a safari is not done every Friday and therefore it would be advisable to spend all thetime and your money staying inside the park, and not outside. All this translates into different costs and therefore into different final prices.

How much does a safari cost? depends.

GUIDES

The question is not what kind of guide to choose. The first question to ask is whether the safari includes a guide or not. In fact, many take for granted that there must be, but many economic programs only provide a driver without certification, sometimes with a companion at his side, so at this point your safari could be conducted by a driver with a fair amount of experience or by a simple taxi driver hired if necessary with the village entertainer at his side! But why is it necessary to have a safari guide? Because everyone knows how to get excited in front of a lion, but if you have a good guide you will discover that on safari you can also get excited in front of a bird or find fascinating plants and geological formations. In addition to the fact that your guide, if good and prepared, will be able to make you discover things that you did not imagine or that you would not have noticed if you were alone, above all he will give you true information and not gossip and stories for tourists, whether it is about elephants or of local history. And as for any trip or excursion, no matter how nice an animator or a companion may be, he will always remain an animator or a companion, no one is born with information about the social structure of elephants in the DNA, these are things that must be studied, it would be like saying that any Roman would be able to accompany a guided tour of the Colosseum, or any Egyptian could speak with full knowledge of the facts about pyramids and mummies. A good guide is not because it defines itself as such or by birth, but because bodies responsible for guaranteeing the quality of safaris in Africa for this purpose have certified such meditating examinations and special courses. Obviously going on a safari with a taxi driver or an entertainer has a cost, going on a safari with a guide with certain certifications has another.

How much does a safari cost? It depends.

SAFETY AND MEANS

Not least the speech of the means used. Many people assume that safaris are done in off-road vehicles.
And in fact this happens in most African countries, only in Kenya and partly in Tanzania we have instead the presence of minibuses.
And in fact only Kenya and Tanzania have the phenomenon of low-cost mass safaris. Cheaper to buy, more people to accommodate inside and less maintenance costs are the basis of the minibus choice. The minibus is now associated with an idea of short-term hit and run safaris and aimed at guests of tourist villages who intend the safari as a small excursion from the sea and not as the heart of their holiday in Kenya. Any structure, lodge or reserve that can afford it chooses Land Cruiser or Land Rover to take their guests on safari.
No high-level safaris have ever been seen using minibuses.
Although the roads inside the parks are well maintained and usually do not present travel problems, during the rains or in the case of particular tracks, having an off-road vehicle with a totally different safety, allowing you to untangle even in more complicated situations. In addition to the fact that the white minibuses are really a catch for the eye when they dot the savannah compared to the cars usually green or beige and more merged with the surrounding environment and certainly more aesthetically in tune with the safari adventure.
For example, there are some areas in the Maasai Mara where almost no minibuses meet precisely because the rocky fords to reach them are too demanding for them.
The cars equipped for game drives are higher and also much more “open” with roofs and even side panels that open completely to give the possibility to “breathe the landscape” even on the move and not have to settle for a low “seat. window ”with a sunroof. All vehicles have insurance, this is obvious, even with the cheapest safaris, only a criminal would take their guests on safari without insurance. But the insurance in question is often just a trivial “third party” or civil liability with low ceilings and inherent only in the damage caused by the vehicle to third parties. On the other hand, being protected by dedicated insurance is very important during an adventure such as a safari, and it should also be a duty of the organizer to take out coverage for the Flying Doctor emergency medical evacuation service for each of its guests. But very few do.

SO HOW MUCH DOES A SAFARI COST? IT DEPENDS.

So how much does a Safari cost? It depends. Having said that, it is therefore clear that saying for example “Four-day safari in Tsavo and Amboseli” can represent many different things, totally different experiences, regardless of whether “we saw the lion” or not, the experience that will remain in the memories and the quality of the service you are paid for can be very different.
Everyone has their own budget to deal with, but with the right information the question to ask should no longer be “how much does the safari cost” but: how do you make me go on a safari? Where do you take me? How many tickets do we pay? , where do we sleep ?, how many hours of asphalt and real game drives do we do ?, who accompanies us? and what time do we enter the park ?
And only then can you decide with all the information at your fingertips, evaluating what and how to consider essential or what you can avoid to save based on what exactly you want to do.
And so many find it more logical and convenient perhaps to make a shorter safari but perhaps better done, in any case only with the right information you can choose how to best buy your safari dream.

DOCUMENTS AND VISA

Passport: required, with residual validity of at least 6 months at the time of the visa application.
It is also necessary to have a return flight ticket.
Upon entry into the country, a stamp is placed on the passport showing the length of the stay.
The tourist is advised to declare the actual period of stay in Kenya and to check the stamp affixed to the passport.
To enter Kenya, the passport must have at least an entire blank page, in order to be able to affix the entry visa.
Otherwise, travelers may not be accepted in the country and returned to Italy on the first useful flight.
Entry VISA: necessary, it can be requested at the Kenyan Embassy in your Country, the procedure is electronic.

Passport: required, with residual validity of 6 months upon entering the country
Entry VISA: required, to be requested before departure at the Embassy of Tanzania in Rome or at the Consulate of Tanzania in Milan. The application form can be downloaded from the following website. Those who, for whatever reason, could not apply for a visa in Italy, can also obtain it upon arrival in the country at the three Tanzanian international airports (Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar). Attention is drawn to the absolute prohibition of carrying out any work activity if only with a tourist visa; there are frequent cases of arrest and requests for money against compatriots surprised by the police in possession of visas that do not allow the carrying out of work or commercial activities, including voluntary ones.

Passport: required
Entry VISA: necessary, it can also be obtained upon entering the country at Entebbe airport.

Passport: required
Entry VISA: required, both for tourism and for work, to be requested from a Rwandan diplomatic mission in Italy. It is also possible to apply for an “Entry Facility” and obtain an entry visa directly upon arrival in Rwanda. In this regard, consult the website and fill in the application form under the heading “Entry facility”. It is possible to obtain a visa extension beyond 15 days, by applying for it, immediately after entering the country, at the Immigration Service.

Passport: valid.
Entry VISA: not required.

ADVISE

Summer clothes, preferably of good cotton, avoid synthetic fabrics both to promote perspiration (humid climate) and because the poor quality of detergents and washing machines easily damage delicate fabrics.

Light-colored clothes are to be preferred as well to avoid easy discoloration, also for the prevention of insect bites (mosquitoes prefer dark colors).

Do not forget garments with long sleeves and long trousers to wear on evenings outdoors or on trips to the jungle, always as protection from insect bites.

Do not forget hair and sunglasses, even for small children.

Shoes: for everyone but in particular for children, foreseeing their growth during the stay. The shoes found on site are very expensive and of poor quality. Always bring one or two pairs of closed shoes.

A set of heavy clothing for any winter returns to Europe.

Some warm garments, light sweatshirts or sweaters, for particular situations (highly conditioned environments, probable holidays in neighboring countries, …).

Useful rubber and waterproof boots for the rainy season, when it rains every day and the streets flood and muddy.

If in Islamic countries:
Summer clothes, light, made of cotton. Long shirts and long-sleeved shirts or ¾, not close to the body.
Clothes to combine with baggy pants.
Pencil and short skirts, shorts and anything that leaves the décolleté, thighs, belly uncovered are strictly prohibited.
Trust common sense and look around, it will help to observe the dress code of the women you will meet in the city.
Lightweight shawls to use to cover – if required – head, shoulders and décolleté.
A tip: avoid green, which is considered the sacred color of Islam …

  • Costumes, games and materials for swimming pools and the sea.
  • Sports shoes.
  • Specific equipment.

Some major cities like Lagos are seeing a boom in sports shops and it is therefore easy to find sportswear and even equipment, but the prices are still very high.

Toys are rare goods and the African market is supplied mainly in China: therefore pay attention to toys purchased locally, especially if they are intended for babies or very young children. In some countries, such as Nigeria, children’s activities take place mostly at home or on afternoons with friends, there are few reliable facilities to take children to have fun outside the home and therefore it is advisable to bring adequate supplies of games and activities for children to do in the home environment, especially if the children are of preschool age.

  • Various toys, preferring those for afternoons at home
    Outdoor games (Soccer ball, ….)
  • Board games
  • Pasta to play
  • Various colors, fingers, brushes,….
  • Books in the mother tongue
  • Sketchbook
  • Suitable clothing.
  • Shoes.
  • Baby bottles and pacifiers.
  • Sterilizer (Milton liquid is found).
  • Baby carrier (the stroller is impractical on African streets).

Generally there are no difficulties in finding shops with baby supplies but it is always better to check if possible before leaving for the availability of nappies and powdered milk (for the latter in particular the state of conservation: sometimes the problem is not find the products, but be sure they have been stored properly, for example not in transport or outdoor environments (equatorial temperatures in the sun can easily reach 40 degrees).

It really depends on where you go: find out about the availability of reliable health facilities on site that most of the time also provide for the supply of medicines. Do not trust local pharmacies unless advised by local residents or trusted doctors.

If you bring medicines with you, remember to choose those that are best suited for transport in a suitcase and for storage in hot climates (syrups are not recommended, preferably tablets and possibly soluble tablets).

The storage of medicines at home should be done in environments kept at not too high temperatures (usually conditioned, below 25 degrees centigrade) or in the refrigerator.

For children of vaccination age, inquire about the availability and reliability of vaccines on site or otherwise prepare to carry them in person.

Small pharmaceutical supply for the family (for each drug, remember to bring the correct dosages for adults and children):

  • Antibiotics (soluble powder solutions for young children, more easily dosable by the doctor).
  • Antipyretics.
  • Cortisone cream for insect bites.
  • Antibiotic cream for small lesions.
  • Thermometers.
  • Eye drops.
  • Band-aids, disinfectant, gauze, and other first aid material.
  • A spare box of sterile syringes is also useful.

Generally there are various types of products for personal hygiene, but in particular areas the ones we are used to may not be available and in any case for those with particular sensitivity problems or allergies, I recommend that you take precautions with an escort from your own country.

Specifically for:

  • Good quality toothbrushes.
  • Special toothpastes (the most common commercial brands are usually available, but rarely those for children).
  • Face or body creams.
  • Sun creams (essential for children).
  • Good quality scissors or clippers.
  • Sockets with universal adapters for the battery charger of your pc / phone / iPad …
  • Stocking up of rechargeable batteries and relative battery chargers: in addition to being an ecological choice, it is a good strategy in countries where batteries are difficult to find, expensive and often stored for a long time in shops and therefore not long-lasting.
  • Coffee machine (for us Italians an object that cannot be found or almost abroad) with, if necessary, some spare gaskets.
  • Electric torch, preferably rechargeable with a crank (decathlon) camping … Electricity in Africa is often a commodity that is not constantly available and a small torch is always useful.

It is easy to talk about Africa, difficult to get to know it thoroughly, to enter African living, unless we take off our Western knowledge and as a novice who learns, we open our eyes, ears and above all the heart, to rhythms, thoughts. and completely new and unknown sensations. It is the continent that most of all arouses primordial sensations that spring from the depths of our being and that still explode in contact with this sweet and violent land, full of light and mysterious. It is these sensations and emotions that normally cause the so-called " Mal d'Afrique ". It is these feelings and emotions that have pushed us one day far away to create Safari and Excursions Travel Agency, to specialize in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and, together with a young team, to study and experiment with new trips to be offered to anyone who wants to get to know this wonderful continent in the best way, with the best services available, in the most beautiful and interesting and, very importantly, at fair prices.

THE BEST SAFARI IN AFRICA, AND THE PERIOD OF THE YEAR TO DO THEM

PARK / RESERVECOUNTRYBEST TIME FOR SAFARI
Masai MaraKenyaDecember-February
AmboseliKenyaDecember-February / September-October
Tsavo – East/WestKenyaDecember-February
Kruger ParkSudafricaApril-September
Bwindi forestUgandaDecember-February
Queen ElizabethUgandaDecember-February
ChobeBotswanaApril-September
Okawango deltaBotswanaApril-September
SerengetiTanzaniaNovember-February
NgorongoroTanzaniaNovember-February
EtoshaNamibiaApril-September

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