Safari Tours & Trips
A safari is one of the best ways to get up close and personal with animals in Africa or Asia. Spotting the Big 5 is not guaranteed, but with the local knowledge of your guides, you’re sure to see diverse wildlife that you won’t find back home. Take a safari tour in Africa or Asia, in the savannah or in the jungle, visiting countries like South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, and Thailand.See all safari tours
Best safari tours in Africa and Asia
Explore our selection of unique safari trips in Africa and Asia.
Enjoy a safari in one of Africa's impressive national parks. Fall in love with the wildlife in countries such as South Africa, Tanzania, Botswana, and Kenya. Choose the accommodation that suits your travel style and get ready for tours departing from Cape Town, Johannesburg, and other major cities.
Asia is home to countless national parks, where many of the world's most unique and remote species of wildlife reside. The combination of beautiful scenery and cultural vibrancy makes Asia the perfect destination for your next safari holiday.
Unforgettable things to do on a safari
Most popular safari tours in 2019
We have more than 250 safari tours and trips ready to be booked by travellers just like you. Start your search today by filtering by "Biggest Deals" and discover an incredible selection of safari deals.
10 days from $1,420 $1,177
- Khama Rhino Sanctuary
- Cruise the waterways in Maun in a Mokoro
- Explore the Makgadikgadi Salt Pan
- Visit the magnificent Victoria Falls
Kenya Wildlife Safari
8 days from $1,290 $1,132
- Visit the historic National Museum of Kenya.
- Fall in love with the natural wonder of the Rift Valley.
- Immerse yourself in culture and visit the Maasai tribe.
- Embark on daily game drives.
Southern African Magic Accommodated
14 days from $2,215 $1,933
- Journey past deep canyons and towering mountains.
- Enhance your experience and track wild animals on foot.
- Bask in the breath-taking views of Victoria Falls.
- Relax on a sunset cruise of the Zambezi.
Serengeti & Zanzibar Wanderer (Nairobi to Zanzibar - 2018)
14 days from $1,470
Kruger and Victoria Falls Accommodated
7 days from $1,265 $1,105
Serengeti & Zanzibar Wanderer (Zanzibar to Nairobi - 2018)
14 days from $1,470
Explore Kruger National Park National Geographic Journeys
7 days from $2,299 $1,839
- Grab your camera and snap a shot of the Big Five.
- Witness the circle of life in action on the African plains.
- Get up close to some of Africa’s most stealthy predators.
- Travel with a researcher from Nat Geo's Big Cat Initiative.
Explore Kruger & Victoria Falls National Geographic Journeys
9 days from $3,099 $2,479
When is the best time to go on safari?
The best time to go on a safari is during the dry season and around the time of the Great Migration. However, a safari during the wet season might be an attractive alternative as you encounter fewer people and save a lot of money.
What should I pack for a safari?
When packing for a safari consider luggage allowances on small planes and the size of your vehicle. Going on a safari usually means hopping between national parks. The things you bring should include mosquito repellent, sunscreen, hat and comfortable clothes in neutral colours.
What to wear on a safari?
Wear clothing that will keep you cool while also protecting you from the sun, for example, a wide-brimmed hat is a must! In the evenings, try to cover exposed skin as much as possible to avoid mosquito bites and the risk of malaria. Don't forget to pack some warm layers in case it gets cold during the night.
Which country has the most animals in Africa?
Botswana ranks first in terms of wildlife diversity. Besides the Big Five (lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and buffalo) you will be able to spot a wide range of African wildlife. In Tanzania, you get to witness the Great African Migration which is a thrilling must-see event.
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