Showcasing South Africa

Safari, as a concept, is defined as “an expedition to observe animals in their natural habitat.” For many people, this is simply roughing it in a tent with all the creatures.

For others, going on a safari involves lapping the luxury in a private tented villa with all the creature comforts.

What makes a safari in South Africa so special?

South Africa is home to the Kruger National Park, one of the largest and oldest areas of natural wilderness in the world. It covers 19 633 sq. kilometers and has been administered under government protection since 1898.

The Kruger National Park is also part of the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier Park, an initiative currently in development to link together protected wilderness in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique.

The peace park will cover an area of area of 35 000 sq. kilometers, roughly the size of Taiwan.

In addition to expanding its borders into Southern Africa, no boundaries exist between the Kruger National Park and the surrounding private game reserves such as Thornybush, Sabi Sabi, Londolozi and Timbavati.

With its undervalued currency, unrivaled infrastructure, warm-hearted hosts and access to a vast amount of wilderness, South Africa offers a private lodge experience with 5* luxury at affordable prices.

Catering for singles, families and couples alike, young and old, you will be wined and dined under the stars amongst those who are first-timers to Africa, and those who grew up in the bush and return time and time again.

South Africa will touch you with her warmth and leave you changed.

It is an experience second to none, and truly, out of this world.

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Robert Mark Safaris a luxury travel company specialising in travel throughout Africa. Through our friendly staff - who were born and raised on the African continent with lots of travel experience - we go above and beyond to redefine the way you experience real Africa. We build the trip to Africa that is perfect for you: personalised, attentive to your needs and steeped in rich, first-hand knowledge.

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