Malaria free safaris in Africa offered by Tanzania Safari Packages
There are malaria-free safaris in Africa: They can be found in several ecologically diverse regions of South Africa. If you want to see the Big Five without worrying about taking malaria pills (prophylactic) or other precautions, Tanzania Safari Package offers many options available.
Why choose a malaria-free safari?
Malaria-free safaris are an excellent option if you are traveling with children, if you are an older person, if you are pregnant or if you cannot take anti-malaria medications. For some people, even the idea of contracting malaria is enough to postpone a trip to Africa. If that's the case, you'll be glad to know that you can enjoy an African safari without running a million miles when you see a mosquito.
Malaria free safaris in South Africa
Serengeti Safari Package can offer world class safari experiences. Although, unfortunately, some of the best playgrounds in South Africa are not found in the malaria-free zone (such as the Kruger National Park and others in the Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal regions), many private hunting reserves have been established in the Eastern Cape area, Madwikwe, Pilanesberg, and the Waterberg area. These reserves have successfully relocated a large number of animals and, in addition to the Big Five, you can also see rare mammals such as the cheetah and wild dogs.
The eastern cape
The Eastern Cape region is very popular as you can combine a safari with a visit to Cape Town. Some of the best playgrounds in this region are found along the Garden Route and include:
Kwandwe Game Reserve: three accommodations offer excellent accommodation in this large private game reserve near Grahamstown. There are day and night tours to see the numerous lions, cheetahs, rhinos, elephants, hippos and leopards in the park. Trekking in the mountains, canoeing and fishing are also activities you can enjoy. Children are welcome, but the recommended age to enjoy a safari here is 6 years and older.
Tanzania Wildlife Safaris Package: Addo Elephant National Park: which will soon be one of the largest national parks in South Africa; Addo offers visitors not only the Big Five, but also whale sightings and great white sharks. Located just north of Port Elizabeth, Addo hosts several luxury accommodations , as well as the Addo Main Rest Camp, which offers more affordable-style accommodation; chalets, tents and Rondavels. Hiking, horse riding are also popular activities in addition to safaris (which you can do in your own vehicle). Children under 6 years old are not allowed in the units organized by the park.
Shamwari Game Reserve: located along the Bushman River, Shamwari is a private and family game reserve that offers visitors the opportunity to see the Big Five and much more. Accommodations are luxurious and game and meal units are included in the package. You can enjoy a spa, daily games, walk through the bushes and, if you fall in love, you can go back and volunteer to help protect the animals in the park.
Because the Garden Route is so popular, many packages will combine a few days in a playground, with a visit to the beach and other highlights of the area. Contact Wildlife Safaris Package Tanzania to book your package.