Monday, August 13, 2012

Looking for Lodges in Kruger?

The Kruger Park is the epitome of a great safari holiday. If you wish to stay at The Kruger Park and are looking for lodges in Kruger that will give you the best experience possible, then contact us at Go Safari. Go Safari only uses selected private game lodges in the Kruger Park and Greater Kruger Park or within privately owned Big 5 reserves. The entire “bush/safari experience” at these lodges is much better, being private game lodges, the main advantage is there are no public vehicles allowed so all your game drives are on special 4x4 open safari vehicles driven by field guides and on tracks and gravel roads. This allows much better animal sightings, you get closer to the animals and there is nothing more exhilarating than sitting on an open vehicle a few meters from a lion with no other vehicles spoiling the sighting. These lodges in Kruger can generally offer good game viewing as the field guides talk to each other and have a fair idea as to where the animals are and know where to look for which species.

Article courtesy To book your lodge in the Kruger contact Go Safari.

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Photo weekender in Chobe

This package is sure to be a highlight on your summer calendar. Fine-tune your photography skills by using the latest camera equipment and be instructed by a top wildlife photographer in Chobe, Botswana in just one weekend. The bush is teeming with top-knotch game from crocs, hippos, elephants through to the big cats. You’ll have your own window seat and you get to take your image card home at the end of it. All-in-all it makes for a great bush weekend away.

Cost: US$1600 (approximately R12 800) a person sharing including all flights including taxes (bonus), transfers, dinner and breakfast, accommodation at Mowana 4 star lodge (double bonus), photographic equipment (triple bonus), eight game activities on a boat or vehicle, daily workshops by an expert photographer, refreshments and park fees.

To book this wonderful weekend contact Go Safari.

4x4 Trails in Kruger

One way to broaden your ‘bush horizon’ is to drive to remoter parts of nature using a 4×4. Getting off the beaten track in the Kruger National Park, to go where few people have been before will allow you to find secluded and wilder bushveld that is often not accessible to normal vehicles. This is an extremely relaxed trail that will allow you ample time to stop and look at game, take photos and get an overall bush experience. Camp under the stars in the bush amongst the animals. Trails can vary from 3 to 9 days and don't worry if you do not have your own 4x4 vehicle - we can hire a fully equiped vehicle for you.

Experience the bush as it is supposed to be.

Contact Go Safari to make a booking