Safaris can be infinitely expensive (imagine $3,000 a night per person!), yet it can also be fairly affordable (say $300 a night) – why is there such a huge rate disparity?
Yellow Kudu broadly class the properties we feature as Comfort, Delightful and Indulgent. There are also some variations as Super Indulgent in South Africa, Delightful Plus in Botswana and mobile safaris in Botswana & Tanzania.
On request, we can arrange camping sites for thrill seekers on road trip adventures.
There is also another category, Resort, which are too big for our liking – we are heading into the wilderness to find animals and not hordes of other tourists, no?
Below are our general opinions on the difference based on five crucial factors to help you decide which category to go for. We are always happy to talk you through.
While in certain parts of Africa, notably South Africa, the ‘prime’ game viewing concessions are occupied by only the most fanciful properties, there are also many places where all the different level of properties essentially share access to the same piece of land.
Although ‘prime’ land tends to have a higher record and consistency of quality predator sightings, it does not mean the ‘non-prime’ land has nothing to see! It simply means more patience and having the right expectations on the quality and frequency of sightings.