Go Safari, established in 1995, is a dynamic owner-run tour operator and safari specialist able to identify your particular needs and offer programmes tailored to fit those needs.
Based on your brief we design what we feel will give you the experience and adventure you are looking for in Southern Africa – be it adventure, romance, business or just sight-seeing, we will arrange you an experience of a lifetime. We will tailo make your safari to the Kruger National Park, Pilanesberg National Park, Madikwe, Cape Town, Victoria Falls, Luxury Trains and Chobe in Botswana showing you the best of Southern Africa.
We specialise in families, couples and small groups, this is what makes your safari in South Africa so special - we take care of all the arrangements and make sure that service is up to scratch. In short, we ensure that your trip is what you expect - and then some.
Go Safari only uses game lodges and hotels that have successful responsible tourism programmes in place which give back to the local community and have as little impact on the environment as possible. Therefore every guest is not just having a great holiday BUT is contributing to the development of local communities and the environment.
South Africa is synonymous with wildlife and nature. Here, you’ll find the Big Five, but so much more – myriad species amid dramatic, unspoiled landscapes. Expect your soul to be touched forever.
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