Sleep-outs under the stars

There are many different wildlife and conservation areas in South Africa, along with our knowledge and insight we would like to help you find the one that best suits your interest, budget and travel plan.


You should spend a minimum of two nights on safari and preferably four nights to give the best chances of seeing our majestic wildlife and at the same time enjoy, the often, luxury safari lodge.

You will normally stay fully-inclusive with two game drives or walks per day – one in the early morning and the other late afternoon or evening as this is the time when the animals are most active. Safari vehicles are 4×4 types Land Rover, open and guided by a qualified game ranger and a tracker.


For the safari enthusiast, we can arrange walking safaris, specialized safaris e.g photographic, birds, etc. You can even be taught the basics of tracking, gun handling, rifle craft, game capture, bush craft & survival skills. Sleep-outs under the stars can occasionally also be arranged.

Let us know your expectations and interests! If visiting Victoria Falls, we recommend combining with safari in the Chobe National Park of Botswana just on the other side of the border from Zimbabwe – either in a luxury safari lodge on the river or for the adventurous, a walking safari.