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AUTHENTIC WILD AFRICA
A Wildlife SAfari is an incredibly especially extremely magical experience!
Go SAfari will assist you in all aspects of making a magical African Wildlife SAfari a reality.
Working from your brief and budget we put our skills, contacts, experience and knowledge together
to form an unforgettable Wildlife vacation for you. From start to finish.
Our Primary Wildlife SAfari Services
Wildlife SAfari Planning
From your brief to us, we design, recommend, negotiate, book, schedule, then ensure through timely communication and updates, that you arrive and depart as planned and monitor the inbetween.
Meet and greet, brief and orientate you upon arrival, get you to where you need to be, make sure everything is as intended, and now you are in the right frame of mind to simply enjoy.
Additionally, as and if required, we arrange car hire, incentive packages, transfers, flying SAfaris, balloon SAfaris, luxury train Safaris, chauffer drives, hotel & lodge reservations. Just talk to us.
Why Go SAfari?
Go Safari is a proud “Hall of Famer" with Trip Advisor - for achieving a "certificate of excellence" five years in a row!
Since 1995 we have been planning and bringing the best of South Africa to our clients, and continue to do so with great passion and enthusiasm.
Take advantage of our knowledge & experience. Talk to us. We can help you plan an unforgettable wildlife safari vacation.
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Our Wildlife SAfari Tours Portfolio
The world-renowned Kruger National Park offers a wildlife safari that ranks with the best in the world. At nearly 2 million hectares (19633 km² or 7,523 sq mi) of unrivaled diversity with six different ecosystems it is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world
Using only selected private game lodges in the Kruger Park and Greater Kruger Park or within privately owned Big 5 reserves offers a unique range of safaris, activities and tours to make your wildlife experience nothing short of amazing and will meet and exceed your safari expectations
Characterized by impressive volcanic mountain forms (one of only three alkaline volcanic structures in the world) and rolling savannah grasslands over 1200 million years old. The seven different habitats in Pilanesberg attract and cultivate prolific animal and birdlife, making this the ideal one day safari tour destination.
Situated in the ecologically rich transition zone between the Kalahari and the Lowveld, this vast area promises thrilling big game viewing in a malaria free environment. A wide variety of accommodation is available to suit your needs. What more could you want from a SAfari?
The malaria-free Madikwe Game Reserve is the third-largest reserve in South Africa. It covers 760 square kilometers (293 square miles) of bushveld, grassland, savannah, and riverine forest on the edge of the spectacular Kalahari Desert.
Because Madikwe lies close to the Kalahari Desert, it has an overlap of habitats which are also home to some of the rare and elusive desert species. Antelope include eland, gemsbok, sable and nyala, oribi, duiker, klipspringer and South Africa’s national animal, the springbok. There are now more than 60 species of mammal in the reserve and 300 resident and migratory bird species, so if you came to see wildlife, that’s exactly what you’ll get.
Botswana’s first National Park, Chobe National Park, is one of the top safari destinations in Africa, with one of the largest concentrations of wildlife on the continent spread across a vast area of nearly 12 000 square kilometres.
Chobe is also one of the best places in Africa to witness the most dramatic predator action – its Savuti region is where lions regularly clash with hyenas and powerful prides famously take down Africa’s biggest game like buffalo, giraffe and even elephants. If it isn’t already on your safari wish list, decide to, and you will be glad you did.
One of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Victoria Falls are wider than Niagara and higher than Iguazú – and have more activities on offer than both of them combined.
The lion's share of the Falls are in Zimbabwe, and it's here that you'll get the best overall impression of their epic scale – all 1700m of thundering whitewater cascades. The numerous lookouts that run along the gorge inside Victoria Falls National Park include show-stopping views of the Devil’s Cataract; precarious Danger Point; and the spectacular Main Falls, the largest single sheet of water in the world.
Cape Town is passionately known as the Mother City. The Cape Pennsular combines the finest scenic treasures with character and charm, colourful, cosmopolitan people to offer a visitor an unforgettable insight to an unrivaled holiday destination.
Table Mountain is unquestionably one of the world’s most famous landmarks. The panoramic view from its 1086 meter summit is spectacular as Cape Town stretches away to the distant shores of the Atlantic and have a clear view of Robben Island (where Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 prison years!). Chopper flips or ferry rides to Robben Island are the two ways of seeing this historic place. Table Mountain is estimated to be over 60 million years old and is just over 3km long.