A South African safari is extremely accessible, and easy to combine with a business trip or family holiday. Offering a vast diversity of landscapes, as well as most of Africa’s large mammals and a staggering range of birdlife, the country also boasts a well-established infrastructure and tourism industry that allows travelers the freedom to choose an adventure tailored specifically to their budget and requirements.

South Africa has a number of protected wildlife areas, the largest and most well-known of which is the Kruger National Park. In addition to large parks like the Kruger, are the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Pilanesberg, Madikwe and Hluhluwe iMfolozi. The country also boasts many private game reserves and sanctuaries.

Safaris in South Africa range from self-drive adventures staying in a basic tent or chalet, to fully-catered luxury tours in the company of a private ranger and tracker. The variety of landscapes also lends itself to creating a personalized experience, from the dense bush of the north-east to the lush stretches of KwaZulu-Natal and the arid and rocky scenery of the Kalahari.

South African safaris are ideal for family travel, with sophisticated facilities readily available and a number of wildlife reserves that are situated in non-malaria areas, and many lodges have specially designed children’s safari programs.

A safari lodge can also be a great option for an Advisory Board meeting, Management Strategy Session or annual sales conference, combining the morning and afternoon safari with up to 5-6 hours a day available for meetings.

And a Surprise Bush dinner under the African night sky is guaranteed to be a perfect end to a memorable meeting or incentive.

For more information, please contact Walthers DBS at southafrica@euromic.com