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February 11, 2020

Are there a lot of bugs in Africa?

There are more bugs in many places in the U.S. than you will encounter on safari! As in North America, deet-based repellents and citronella-based products work well if you encounter mosquitoes or other small insects on safari.

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February 11, 2020

Will I have a chance to interact with local people?

Many of our trips provide opportunities to visit local villages and interact with the people. However, if your itinerary does not include these visits, you’ll still be able to gain valuable local insight from your expert guide. If you have a strong interest in learning about observing and interacting with the local culture, please let […]

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February 11, 2020

Can special diets be accommodated?

With advanced notice, vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, and diabetic-friendly meals can be arranged at a number of camps. Please make sure that you inform us well in advance of these requirements when booking your trip.

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February 11, 2020

Is drinking tap water safe?

This varies from town to town, and the properties will make you aware when you check in. The majority of the safari camps we work with will provide you with a reusable water bottle which you can fill at the many water stations they have around their camps.  They have well tested, thorough and carefully […]

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February 11, 2020

What’s the food like?

All our luxury lodges have chefs that prepare fresh gourmet meals using where ever possible fresh local produce. The style of cuisine is broadly international with a selection of local dishes. Cape Town has even come to be known as one of the top culinary destinations in the word, featuring restaurants such as ‘The Test […]

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February 11, 2020

What should I not pack?

As no formal clothes are needed, we recommend that you keep your luggage to the basics for your African holiday. Whilst on Africa safari bright and contrasting colours (black & white) are NOT advised as this increases your visibility to animals. Try and ensure your clothes are of a neutral colour such khaki, beige or […]

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