Safari Factfile

Is a Summer Safari a good idea?

Posted by Emily on Mon December 4, 2023 in Safari Experiences and Safari Factfile.

As the northern hemisphere descends into the depths of winter, the opposite is occurring here in the South. Summer officially falls between December and March, although the temperatures begin rising steadily from around October. This makes it an ideal ‘winter sun’ location for a much-needed escape to blue skies and sunshine. But, that’s not the only reason why you should go on a South African safari in the Summer. Here’s a few of our favourite things about this season that we look forward to most…

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Debunking common wildlife myths!

Posted by Emily on Sat July 1, 2023 in Safari Factfile and Wildlife.

Did you know the cheetah is not actually the fastest animal on the planet? That accolade actually belongs to the Peregrine falcon, which can dive at speeds reaching a colossal 390km/h! Keep reading to uncover the truth behind more common myths and misconceptions about African wildlife.

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What will I see on safari?

Posted by Emily on Sat June 3, 2023 in Safari Experiences and Safari Factfile.

For many people researching their first trip to South Africa, a common question is “What will I see on safari”? The answer actually depends on a lot of factors. So, we’re here to unpack it for you and tell you what you can expect.

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Kruger National Park vs Greater Kruger: What's the difference?

Posted by Emily on Fri June 4, 2021 in Safari Factfile.

What is the difference between the Greater Kruger and the Kruger National Park? It's a common question we get asked so we've decided to put it into writing - find out what really separates these two incredible places and discover which one you should book for your next adventure.

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