On A Mission To Save The Rhino

On A Mission To Save The Rhino

Thanks to all of you at SafariBookings we (Save the Rhino International) received an incredible $10,000 as winners of the Rhino Donation Campaign last year, supporting our efforts to save the species and support rangers in the field. Now, six months after receiving this wonderful donation, we wanted to...
Top 10 Best African Safari Parks and Destinations of 2018

Top 10 Best African Safari Parks and Destinations of 2018

Jeroen Beekwilder, June 13, 2018 Categories: SafariBookings News, Travel Tips
SafariBookings.com conducted an in-depth analysis of 2,129 reviews to determine the best park for African safaris. With an outstanding overall rating of 4.9 out of 5, Serengeti National Park in Tanzania came out the clear winner (Serengeti also topped the Best Safari Parks list in 2015, when we last carried out this analysis). Rounding out the Top 3 parks...
Serengeti National Park Voted Best African Safari Park of 2018

Serengeti National Park Voted Best African Safari Park of 2018

Jeroen Beekwilder, June 13, 2018 Categories: SafariBookings News, Tanzania, Travel Tips
SafariBookings.com has compiled a definitive list of Africa's best safari parks. Our in-depth study included more than 2,000 reviews from safari tourists and industry experts alike. After an exhaustive analysis, Serengeti National Park in Tanzania was rated the best safari park in Africa. This reflects the continued popularity of this stunning park with safari-goers and industry experts alike...
And the Winner of the SafariBookings Rhino Donation Campaign is…

And the Winner of the SafariBookings Rhino Donation Campaign is…

SafariBookings chose three outstanding wildlife conservation organizations to compete in our first ever Rhino Donation Campaign. The three conservation organizations – Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), International Rhino Foundation (IRF), and Save the Rhino International were on the “ballot”...
Searching For Santa in Africa

Searching For Santa in Africa

Stuart Butler, December 12, 2017 Category: SafariBookings News
For most people in Europe and North America, Christmas means snowy nights, tinsel, carols and stolen kisses under the mistletoe. Going on an African safari at Christmas...
The Difference Between a Black and a White Rhino

The Difference Between a Black and a White Rhino

SafariBookings wants to introduce you to Africa’s two rhino species – the black and the white rhino. Approximately 5,500 black rhino and 20,000 southern white rhino survive in the African wild...
SafariBookings’ 3 Contenders in the Rhino Donation Campaign

SafariBookings’ 3 Contenders in the Rhino Donation Campaign

Three conservation organizations – Endangered Wildlife Trust (EWT), International Rhino Foundation (IRF), and Save the Rhino International – will be competing in the SafariBookings Rhino Donation Campaign...
SafariBookings Launches Rhino Donation Campaign to Help in the Fight Against Rhino Poaching

SafariBookings Launches Rhino Donation Campaign to Help in the Fight Against Rhino Poaching

Rhino poaching has been in crisis mode in South Africa and other African countries for decades but has escalated in recent years. Conservationists and national park authorities have been pushed to the brink in their efforts to protect these majestic creatures from...
Upheaval in the Safari Industry as the Impact of New Tanzania VAT Tax Starts to Bite

Upheaval in the Safari Industry as the Impact of New Tanzania VAT Tax Starts to Bite

Jeroen Beekwilder, October 18, 2017 Categories: SafariBookings News, Tanzania
Tanzania faces blowback from its recent VAT introduction with its all-important safari industry struggling to maintain its leading position in East Africa...
5 Fascinating Facts About the Black Rhino

5 Fascinating Facts About the Black Rhino

Mike Unwin, September 22, 2017 Categories: African Wildlife, SafariBookings News, The Big Five
The black rhino is the rarer and smaller of Africa’s two rhino species, and also distinguished from the larger white rhino by its shape, diet and temperament. It is no more ‘black’, however, than its relative is white: both species acquire their colour from the mud in which they wallow, so vary from brown to grey.