What does a safari cost?

How much does a safari cost?  Unfortunately this is rather like asking what it costs to shop at Waitrose.  The answer of course depends on whether you're planning to live off fillet steak or Pedigree Chum.  The choices - and the quality - on safari can vary considerably.  The more important question revolves around whether you can expect good value.

However, we know how annoying this answer can be, so here is a rough guideline, to give you an idea of where you should be thinking.  A good safari will begin at around £4000 per person including international flights for a two week trip, split between safari and the beach.  If you're being offered something for much less, you might want to have a good look at the detail of what is being suggested.

How we can help you

Because everything we do is tailor-made, we're here to help you decide what you put in your trolley, to help you avoid the dog food that looks like fillet steak and to help you pack your shopping at the end (is the supermarket analogy wearing thin...?).  We'll find out what interests you and the sort of things you like, and we'll make recommendations based on long experience of what works and what doesn't.

We individually book every element of your trip, giving you the greatest flexibility to spend your money on the things that matter to you.  And when you're ready we stick the whole thing together into a package that works. This also gives you the protection of our ATOL license which you wouldn't get if you were booking direct.  When you're on safari we're there to help if things do go wrong (delayed flights, missed connections etc).

Posted by: Alex

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