Thrill-seekers and wildlife enthusiasts welcome to the ultimate adventure of a lifetime, a safari in the magnificent land of South Africa!
As you step into the wild, imagine yourself as a modern-day explorer, following in the footsteps of the great adventurers who trekked these lands before you. Our safari guides are not just specialists in wildlife, they are masters of fun and excitement, ready to unleash the magic of the African bush upon us.
Hold tight as you encounter the “Big Five”, the regal lion, the mighty elephant, the stealthy leopard, the tank-like rhinoceros, and the formidable buffalo. These magnificent creatures don’t shy away from showing off their personalities, and you’re about to see them in their full glory!
But the thrill doesn’t stop with the animals. As you traverse the picturesque landscapes, be prepared to be enchanted by the sheer beauty of it all. Endless savannahs, lush forests, winding rivers, and awe-inspiring mountains will leave you breathless with wonder.
Safari destinations in South Africa
Kruger National Park
South Africa’s biggest and best-known national park is home to the country’s greatest diversity of wildlife. But Kruger’s real draw is an almost guaranteed encounter with the super-celebrities of the safari circuit: Africa’s iconic Big 5. You can expect up-close sightings of elephants, buffalo, rhinos, lions and leopards all year round. Kruger is where our business started and has a very special place in Moriti’s heart.
Consistently voted as one of the top vacation spots in the world for families, couples and friends, Cape Town is one of the best places to visit in South Africa. The ‘Mother City’ boasts spectacular natural beauty, superb accommodation and fantastic weather year-round and some of the best beaches in the world! The city’s award-winning food and wine experiences are as good as anywhere else on the planet.
Phinda Private Game Reserve
This reserve encompasses an impressive 286 km² (110 mi²) of protected wildlife land in KwaZulu-Natal, located on the east coast of South Africa. It offers some of Africa’s finest game viewing experiences, as well as 436 bird species. The reserve is particularly well known for close-up sightings of the elegant yet elusive cheetah, as well as the rare black rhino. With its seven distinct habitats, Phinda is often described as the ‘Seven Worlds of Wonder’.
iSimangaliso Wetland Park
The park is located along the northeastern coast of South Africa. More than 6,500 species of plants and animals are supported here, more than in Kruger National Park, including Africa’s largest population of hippos and crocodiles. Whales, dolphins, leatherback and loggerhead turtles can be spotted from the coast, and flamingos live the African dream in the vast wetlands.
The reserve is the oldest proclaimed nature reserve in South Africa. It consists of 960 km² (371 mi²) of mountainous landscape. All of the Big Five are present, but while white rhinos, elephants and buffalo are regularly seen, big cat and wild dog sightings are difficult without a good guide due to the vegetation and terrain. This park also has the world’s largest rhino population.
Best Time To Visit South Africa
Our top tip, May and September are absolutely amazing to enjoy a safari as the weather is fantastic, game viewing is good and it is predominantly out of high season
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