We are continually reviewing the situation and will advise clients at the time of booking, and liaise with them regularly in the lead up to their safari. The safety of our guests is paramount.

An African perspective

With its young population and early lockdown and closure of borders, Africa has come out relatively unscathed from the pandemic compared to Europe, the US and South America.

Tanzania was the first to open its borders and we are currently handling enquiries from our US guests for travel to Tanzania over the next few months.


Most of our clients who were due to go on safari this year, have postponed their safaris to 2021. We have had great success in moving safaris at no increase in costs to our clients.

Flexibility is now a key factor for our clients. For all 2021 bookings that we are currently handling, we have adjusted our booking conditions to make them more favourable for our clients. Also in the event that you are not able to travel in 2021 due to Covid-19, then you have our guarantee that we will do our utmost to postpone your safari at no extra cost.

Looking to the Future

The safari industry always bounces back and Africa is very much looking forward to the return of visitors. We are currently working on future bookings and there is currently still availability at our favourite small camps and lodges and with our top private guides, but we do recommend you start planning soon for 2021.