There are many packages for Safari trip to South Africa priced variably per person, includes all of the best South Africa has to offer– from local attractions to wildlife. They include hotel accommodations and nights of camping; and you will visit South Africa’s most popular national parks. In order to make this trip the most enjoyable, you should be prepared to help with the camping duties when asked! These tours begins in Cape Town, at the southernmost tip of South Africa, where you can experience firsthand the culture of this famous city. I recently experienced one such tour and let me tell you its experience firsthand.
After leaving Cape Town, your first night of camping will be at Lambert’s Bay. For those who are inexperienced at camping, your guide will instruct you in the proper way to set up your tent! During this evening you can go for walks along the river, go canoeing or on a cruise, or simply relax and absorb the tranquil atmosphere.
The first national part you will visit is the Namib Naukluft National Park. Here you will see one of the world’s oldest deserts, having existed for more than 130 million years, and also the world’s highest sand dunes. This presents wonderful opportunities for photography and sight-seeing. You can also climb the dune to witness a spectacular sunrise.
Next, you will have free time to explore the town of Swakopmund, tucked between the sea and the desert, where you can enjoy a variety of local restaurants, deep-sea fishing, biking, and the beaches.
At the Etosha National Park you can participate in three game drives; this park contains lion, rhino, elephant and leopard. Each drive, done in a 4×4, lasts for approximately three hours.
Next, you will visit is the Waterberg Plateau National Park, which is known for its rock formations and is home to a number of endangered species. Game drives are also available at this location; or you may prefer to spend your time there maneuvering around the park on your own.
After spending a night camping on a private game farm at Gobabis, you will venture to the Okavango Delta. While in the Delta, you will have a dug-out canoe for transportation and your own guide to assist you. During your three-day stay in the Delta, you will experience the most basic of camping, canoe through lagoons and waterways, and view birds and wildlife on walks with your guide.
After this whole Covid situation is settled I recommend you to go on such a trip and enjoy.