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With the combined knowledge of nearly five decades of working on the ground in the African bush, we have gained an intimate understanding of all the aspects that are needed in order to tailor the best safari experience possible. We pride ourselves on being as personable as possible and empathizing with every client for whom we put a safari together for. Whether it is a family holiday, a romantic getaway, a corporate exercise or a personal quest for an elusive mammal or bird, we aim to get you into the right places at the right times.
African-Born Safaris will only take you to properties that we have experienced ourselves and know that the product that is delivered on the ground will not disappoint. The relationships we have formed within the camps with staff and management, throughout the continent, enable us to make sure our clients are extremely well looked after. As we frequently accompany our guests on their safaris, as private guides, we are there every step of the way to ensure that your adventure is the best it can be, from comfort and luxury to wildlife and conservation expertise.
The Lunchbox Fund is a Non-Profit Organization that focuses on fostering education via nutrition by providing a daily meal at school for orphaned and at-risk school children in township and rural areas of South Africa.
Children who don’t have enough to eat cannot work towards a proper education. Without a proper education, their future prospects are severely limited. School nutrition programs offer the assurance of a daily, nourishing meal to needy school and pre-school children in vulnerable communities in South Africa. We are uncompromising in adhering to best practice principles to ensure the delivery of nutritionally high-value, delicious meals.
Do You Dream Of An African Safari?
African-Born Safaris has partnered with a fantastic organisation that is helping to change the lives of hundreds of school children in South Africa.
Did you know that for every person that travels on safari with us, we will donate enough meals for a child to eat at school for a whole year? Get involved! We’re Giving Back…
All the bush is dry, and the sand is red. Yet this is not always the case in the Kalahari.
Tswalu is often referred to as a desert, and it may have all the extreme temperatures of one, but it may surprise many that it is in fact a ‘semi-arid savannah’… a green desert.
We were recently invited to New York where we presented a Safari Prize to be raffled at a big Lunchbox Fund event at Gabrielle Kreutzer.
Our most important criteria when choosing a lodge or camp in Africa, is always the area that it is situated in (Location, location,location) The best areas are typically privately owned or on private concessions, this gives you a lot more freedom, there are less vehicles, you can off-road and often the sightings are just far superior.