Africa Luxury Safaris

While the more standard African safaris are just fine by most, others might be looking for an African safari tour that puts a premium on comfort and style. Luxury African safaris are able to deliver a top notch experience where you will not want for service or convenience. You'll enjoy high quality meals, upscale accommodations, and plenty of other perks on a luxury African safari, and you can bet that your transportation to and from your various destinations will be as good as it can be. One of the great things about Africa luxury safaris is that most, if not all, offer fly-in options for featured destinations, which truly maximizes your time. While others might be enduring a rather long and bumpy car or bus ride to the game reserve, you'll be zipping through the air, perhaps with a glass of bubbly in hand. The Africa luxury safaris cover all the top wildlife viewing destinations in Africa, with countries like Kenya and South Africa at the top of the list. If you have the time, you might enjoy an extended luxury African safari that includes more than one country.

Some luxury African safari companies can go as far as providing you with trip insurance and air tickets, which can be of significant help, especially if you have little time to plan your trip. All will do their best to make sure that your needs are taken care of, and not only does this apply to the actual safari itself, but also to your meals and accommodations. Upscale tented camps and top of the line safari lodges will generally be your lodging options, and both are able to provide a most comfortable and relaxing setting. As you dine al fresco at one of the luxury lodges, not only will you be savoring long-lingering wines and fantastic fare, but you will also often get to view native wildlife that is either passing by or checking things out. As you get into your plush, king-size, four-poster bed after a day out on safari, you'll truly realize why you booked a luxury African safari in the first place. Well-rested come morning, you'll be more than ready to face another adventurous day with glee.

There are luxury African safaris that are more ideal for adults and/or couples, while others are more suitable for families or general groups. Family safaris, as are any safaris, are incredible bonding experiences, offering memories that will brought up time and again for years to come. While enjoying a luxury African tour of the family variety, you might also entertain the notion of taking to the skies in a hot air balloon. This is particularly rewarding during the July/August wildebeest migrations at Kenya's Masai Mara Game Reserve and Tanzania's Serengeti plains. Millions of wildebeest take part in this migration, and joining them are scores of zebras, not to mention a healthy number of lions, cheetahs, leopards, and other predators. Watching the resulting stampedes from above is really something to behold. In South Africa, some of the luxury safaris give visitors the chance to ride on the back of an elephant as it tours about parts of the reserve. It's amazing how quietly these large animals can pass through the bush, and when observing other wildlife from the back of these mighty beasts, you feel a sort of supremacy that is truly invigorating.

Families, honeymooners, friends, and individuals alike are all encouraged to look into the options for Africa luxury safaris. You might find a luxury African safari that fits easily into the budget, while others might be pushing it a bit, but all in all, you will more than get your money's worth. Some luxury African safaris will include a range of other experiences, such as a few days at the beach in Mauritius or Kenya, or a stay at a luxury hotel in South Africa's Cape Town, for example. If you work hard and you tend to your everyday responsibilities justly, you truly deserve a most delectable travel experience from time to time, and when it comes to a luxury African safari, it's about as delectable as it gets. Plan yours today, and thank yourself for a lifetime.

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