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Safari Reviews

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T Sharp Visited: August 2011 Reviewed: Jul 29, 2013

About: Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park
Review about Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park by T Sharp
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Great location, and we had a great guide. We seemed to get lucky with game viewing, and had some excellent weather. Being so close to Kruger is an advantage, and allows for lots of game to come and go.

T Sharp Visited: October 2010 Reviewed: Jul 29, 2013

Review about Chobe National Park by T Sharp
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Great accommodations, tons of wildlife, and managed very well. There is a reason that it is a popular destination, as all of these things are done well.

T Sharp Visited: October 2012 Reviewed: Jul 29, 2013

About: Zambia
Zambia is an amazing safari destination, of which you couldn't ask a whole lot more of.
Overall rating

Zambia has some amazing areas, and benefits from not being the most sought out safari destination like Tanzania's Serengeti Plains. Things are a bit more spread out, but that offers some great exploration opportunities. The locals are very kind and warm, and I have visited many of their home villages to hear their stories. The Kafue is also a great area to find the rare and elusive Sitatunga, of which I saw quite a few at dusk. There are some great lodges and tent locations in the area, some of which are permanent, with natural wood floors, stone walls, and traditional thatched roofs. I have thoroughly enjoyed all of my stays in the area, and hope to return soon. Plenty of opportunities to view game, birds, or even the famous bat migrations.

T Sharp Visited: August 2012 Reviewed: Jul 29, 2013

About: Tanzania
The Jewel of East Africa
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Tanzania is by far my favorite country in Africa, and that's largely because I've spent the most time there on safari. It has such a great variety of landscapes and wildlife, and is definitely a great safari destination. Transportation makes it somewhat easy to get to various areas of this large country, and if you plan it out right, can hit a number of great spots within a reasonable budget. The locals are very warm and friendly, and most of the safari companies I've worked & booked with have been extremely accommodating. This is classic Africa to be sure, and you will definitely get to experience some of the "bush life" in several of the more remote parks like Ruaha. Because of the popularity of these destinations, some of the trips can be a little on the pricier side, but if you do some research, and don't mind a little self-sufficiency, you can plan an amazing trip.

T Sharp Visited: August 2011 Reviewed: Jul 29, 2013

The review below is the personal opinion of T Sharp and not that of SafariBookings.
Rich with natural beauty
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The time I spent in South Africa was great, though most of it was driving. I was with some veterinarians who were visiting various game ranches and conservation operations. While I didn't get to spend much time in the "wild bush", the scenic views I experienced while driving down the eastern coast, and inland areas was breathtaking. There is such a variety of natural beauty in South Africa, with many different ecosystems, and varieties of people. I experience such a rich diversity of cultures, languages, and traditions. My time spent in the parks was limited to a few short day visits, but all of the accommodations were top notch, and quite luxurious. Being one of the more developed nations in Africa, many of the facilities and services in South Africa are superior to other countries. A great place to visit, whether you want to go on Safari, tour by car, or just view natural beauty.

T Sharp Visited: October 2010 Reviewed: Jul 29, 2013

About: Botswana
Deep in the Heart of the Chobi Reserve
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I had to good fortune to spend two weeks in the Chobe National Park & the adjacent game reserve, and have never seen so many elephants in my life. It is a beautiful park, and is teeming with wildlife. It was also a nice respite to not have as many tsetse flies following you around. The local guides we were with were elephant experts, and had even names certain ones based on the tracks they left, and could tell elaborate stories of how they spent their days based on their comings and going. The weather was very mild for Africa standards, and the abundance of water at the time made for some great game viewing. I highly recommend this area, especially for people who don't have a lot of experience on safari, as this would be a great entry level safari. You're definitely going to see lots of wildlife.

Jen   –  
Taiwan TW
Visited: June 2013 Reviewed: Jul 29, 2013

20-35 years of age  |  Experience level: 2-5 safaris

Best 2 days safari experience in the wilderness of Tanzania

We were a group of 12 who went on a 2 days safari with Safari Infinity to Tarangire National Park and Ngorongoro Crater in early June. The operator took us on 2 safari vehicles with open roofs. From meeting us at the hotel in Arusha to taking care of our safety and meals, to traveling in the parks and finally sending us back, we had a perfect trip. All of us agree that we had one of the best packed lunches in our lives and enjoyed the evening stay at the Rhino Lodge in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (with 300 buffaloes sleeping outside our doors and the milky way in the night sky).
Eric our tour guide is an excellent, experienced guide with a wealth of knowledge on wildlife. He could spot and track animals instantly that we otherwise would have missed. We learned about the characteristics of elephants, how they were right or left tusked, and how elephants travel alone in their final years. We saw an abundance of animals, most memorably being two lion hunts, hippos flipping and bathing, a 60 members baboon family traveling right beside us, and an elephant encounter on the road to the Rhino Lodge. The other car had Vincent as their guide and equally enjoyed their trip.
The best part for me is the scenery of the Ngorongoro Crater. I have never seen any place like this, a vast, green and lush sunken crater formed millions of years ago with steep hills surrounding the land. Animals roaming free without any worries of "men" and their next meal... it is truly a paradise for wildlife. The Crater is a place that I think anyone should visit at least once in their lifetime. Breathtaking.
To Lucia and Sam who run the operation and coordinated for us, we could not thank you enough for such a wonderful trip!

monica   –  
Spain ES
Visited: October 2011 Reviewed: Jul 28, 2013

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


Touch africa adventures planned our trip exactly how we said and they gave some recommendations without self interest. We visited the places we wanted and slept at incredible places, and they were ineterested everyday about our trip and how everything was going.

Brad   –  
United States US
Visited: June 2013 Reviewed: Jul 27, 2013

20-35 years of age  |  Experience level: 2-5 safaris

First class operator!

The most important factor to me in a safari experience is the guide. They are the ones you spend countless hours with day after day searching for wildlife. Their personality and their wealth of knowledge of the wildlife's habitat their behaviors and the lay of the land is critical to a fulfilling trip. Tanzania is a breath taking place that you only have one chance to capture. Safari infinity ensured we had first class accommodations even though we had a semi-luxury budget...I will be recommending this group!

Roger B   –  
United States US
Visited: June 2013 Reviewed: Jul 27, 2013

50-65 years of age  |  Experience level: first safari

It's all about the driver/guides!

What separates Safari Infinity from the competition? We stayed in the same great lodges and tented cabins, ate the same great food, visited the same great parks, and rode in the same not-so-great 4x4's as the other guys!... BUT WE HAD THE BEST DRIVER/GUIDE!... and that makes all the difference in the world!

Our guide was born and raised in Tanzania, spoke perfect English, had a wonderful sense of humor, knew the history, culture, flora and fauna... and was ALWAYS the first to spot the quarry (with a little help from us as time went on)... the others just followed our lead! Nothing we didn't see... and quite sure that NAT GEO would pay for our photos and videos! Tanzania in June was superb... comfortable days and cool evenings.

Even though SAFARI INFINITY has not been in the business long and is not yet well known, they know the business and offer the same great adventures at a competitive price... and they have the best driver/guides! Five thumbs up from us!

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