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Rafael   –  
Brazil BR
Visited: December 2021 Reviewed: Jan 12, 2022

Email Rafael  |  35-50 years of age  |  Experience level: 2-5 safaris

Serious company
4/5

It’s a serious company. Almost everything worked as planned. The owner, Bartho, replies very quickly, showing they are trustful. The guide, Mike, was very nice. He even managed very well when one of the clients asked for something the guy that booked the tour for her had promised. The cooker was fantastic also. I wasn't expecting much of the food on the road, but had some delicious dinners, better than others i had in restaurants. That said, remember that a budget safari does not have any luxury, even the most common ones. The lodge we stay in is very basic, with no AC. The structure on camping sites are very disappointing. One of the campings does not have hot water in the shower. The other one has just 2 or 3 showers and then there is a long line to use them. And the toilet is indian style.
A small thing they could improve is that they have beer and wine on the road, but the beer is hot, so it is hard to drink. And during the dinner in the lodge, the beer is not included as advertised, we had to pay for it. But i definitely recommend this company!

Moynot lorelei   –  
Spain ES
Visited: November 2018 Reviewed: Jan 23, 2019

Email Moynot lorelei  |  20-35 years of age  |  Experience level: first safari

I recommend this tour, we had a great safari my boyfriend and I.
4/5

Communication was ok, everytime I had a question I got answer in the hour. The service was great for accomodations and the rest, except the food during the safari..
safari tour was great and the driver experimented

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