Best Wildlife Safaris in Africa?
Cedarberg Africa offers tailor-made wildlife safaris throughout Southern and East Africa. Thus we cover all the prime ‘Big Five’ national parks and game reserves. But there is no 'best safari in Africa'
The wildlife safari possibilities are extensive. From a fly-in safari to a remote, exclusive safari camp in Zambia to a family-friendly safari in a non malaria game reserve in South Africa. You might yearn to follow the movements of the vast wildebeest migration in the Serengeti. Or you may be more thrilled by tracking a leopard on the hunt…
There is no ‘best place to go’; just the right place for YOU. This is why you need to talk to a specialist wildlife safari company!
For many, seeing animals in their natural habitat is the primary focus of their wildlife safari holiday. But for others, a safari is only one of the anticipated highlights. Either way, the essence of a safari is that you are on the move, staying a few nights in different regions. Then you can experience a variety of habitats and a diversity of wildlife.
Our emphasis is on designing tailormade safaris after careful discussion with you. What do you want to see? Which animals really fascinate you? How close do you want to get? Do you want a luxurious experience? Or more rustic charm?
Wonderfully professional, yet absolutely approachable"Bookings made to your perfect itinerary, with ease. No stress, just marvellous conversations about what you would like to see and do. Really really knowledgable consultants. And when they have sorted your dream itinerary, they follow up with lots of help and advice. We have always felt totally relaxed and looked after during our adventures in Africa. Cedarberg take care of everything. " Mrs & Mr Birchall, UK
Winning itinerary!!"Without ever meeting us, Kate and Tash from Cedarberg Travel & African Safaris created a winning itinerary for my friend and I! The itinerary was well-balanced in its schedule, activity levels and locations. We started in Cape Town with several tours and an excellent tour guide named Tobi. Tobi quickly clicked with us, laughed with us, and answered all of our questions about aspects of the city including a recommendation for the Gold restaurant ( a blast). After a long bit of air travel getting to South Africa and 3 full days in Cape Town, Kate scheduled a stay in the Cederberg mountains at luxury lodging and it was exactly what was needed. We had a few days to rest and pamper ourselves, and as hobby photographers, we did our own African sunset photoshoot with the mountains as our backdrop. Our trip included 5 days of safaris. Once again, we had a stellar guide and tracker (Solomon and Jeff) who taught us the soul of a South African who loves the animals and lands of his home. Every time Solomon stopped to educate us, we were like elementary kids, gathered around him with elbows on knees, eyes focused, and fully attentive. He gave us story after story of information about the circle of life at Kruger NP. We ended the time at Victoria Falls. All the details for the trip were provided and we had no glitches! Both myself and my friend want to return to South Africa and the first thing I did on my return was email Kate and ask if she could keep me in her files because I really hope to go back and I’ll do that trip through Cedarberg Travel & African Safaris! " Mrs Myers
Cedarberg always create amazing holidays"Cedarberg do not fail to deliver they always create amazing holidays and we can not fault. We’ve used Cedarberg 5 times and keep going back for more African experiences Excellent. Amazing as always, as we always seem to test you guys with snow, weddings & having to change destination. You never fail to give us the best. " Mrs Alexei Howell, UK
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- ConservationWildlife tourism is vital to ensure conservation efforts are maintained
- SustainabilityWildlife tourism sustains local communities and fits against deforestation and slash&burn subsistence farming.