All indications are that there is increased demand for safaris in South Africa – given the natural social distancing, with many activities held outdoors – and there is renewed hope for growth and recovery in this sector.
The world-renowned Kruger National Park – which offers nearly two million hectares of ecological diversity, including amazing bird life and the Big Five – is also surrounded by a number of private game reserves and other cultural, community and adventure experiences as well as a host of attractions and activities.
What are the current trends and opportunities that industry can leverage to ensure this region’s safari star continues to rise? What are the challenges and can these be mitigated? Which source markets are showing the most interest?
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