What is the average cost of an African safari?

An African safari costs anywhere between $125 and $1,500 per person per night. A budget safari averages $150 per night, mid-range $350 and luxury $750. The extreme top-safaris can easily go up to $1,500 per night, or more! There is literally a safari to suit every budget.

Is an African safari worth it?

Spend Enough Time on Safari

If you can only spend three to four days on safari, it’s probably not worth the travel and cost. … Since every single day and hour is unique on an African safari, the more time you have to explore and see what the wildlife has to offer, the better.

What is the best month to go on an African safari?

The best time for an African safari is typically from July through October, when the animals are easy to find and in substantial numbers. Deciding when to go on safari depends on what country you would like to visit and when you can plan your trip.

What is the average cost of a safari holiday?

A typical safari in Tanzania can start at $350 per person per day depending on time of year and lodgings. This would be a semi-luxe lodge or a large permanent or semi permanent tent similar to Mara Siana.

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How far in advance should I book safari?

The quick answer is “ideally 9 to 12 months out”. i.e., if you are looking to travel in July/August, then we suggest you look at booking around October, the year before. For some people though, this is an awfully long time to plan ahead.

Is Kruger National Park worth visiting?

The Kruger National Park is undoubtedly one of the best destinations for nature photographers as it provides excellent landscape, wildlife & bird photo opportunities. The diversity of the Kruger National Park is truly astounding.

How much is a trip to Serengeti?

A Serengeti Walking Safari will cost from US$1650 per person for two guests for two nights /three days (about $550 per person per day).

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