WHEN TO COME ON SAFARI?

WHEN TO COME ON SAFARI?

  In the Kruger, our year is basically divided into two. We have the dry season, and we have the wet season. When it comes to going on safari, they both yield different pros and cons. THE DRY SEASON (A.k.a – ‘Winter’) May  to early October. The dry season offers the year’s best game viewing. This is due to the minimal amount of rainfall. During the month of May, the bush begins to thin out, allowing your eyes to search…

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THE TRUTH ABOUT TIPPING

THE TRUTH ABOUT TIPPING

Dollar dollar BILLS! I am just going to get right to the crux of it, team. Your game ranger and your tracker really don’t get paid that much. I mean, of course it is all relative, so here’s a bit of background info. Your game ranger will usually work either 4 weeks on, and 1 week off, or 6 weeks on and 2 weeks off. That’s a lot of work. The hours will be from around 4am (when they wake…

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INTERVIEW WITH A GAME RANGER

INTERVIEW WITH A GAME RANGER

  In June, we were lucky enough to secure Ranger Matt for an in depth interview created to give you a guide, from a guide, to making the best of your safari experience. MATT’S TOP TIPS: 1. Have the RIGHT MIND SET, and the right expectations about coming on a safari. 2. The middle seat is the best seat! 3. If we say DON’T run, DON’T RUN! 4. You don’t need to buy a new khaki wardrobe. Tell us what…

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