SAFARI – The Swahili word safari means ”journey” (originally from the Arabic word safarīyah).

Back in1836 William Cornwallis Harris led an expedition to watch and record wildlife and landscapes by the expedition’s members. He started with a wake up at first light, an energetic day walking with an afternoon rest, then finished the day with a formal dinner telling stories over drinks and tobacco, thus establishing the ”safari style” of journey…..

179 years later a typical safari day is not too different…just with a whole lot more opportunity to experience the incredible wonders of the environment, while sharing memorable times together For any advice on safaris, contact us

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