Themed Safaris in Africa

Tanzania Wildlife

Tanzania Wildlife

Your traditional African safari includes daily game drives through the Savannah, however, if you are looking for something entirely unique why not consider these ‘themed’ safaris. Any of these safari’s can be booked through African holiday specialists, Mahlatini.

Photographic safaris

Safari operators and lodges across Africa are launching photographic safaris. While enjoying game viewing activities receive tuition from a professional wildlife photographer and learn how to edit your pictures after taking them.

Yoga safaris

This kind of safari will relax your mind, body and spirit and make you feel one with nature. The package includes a combination of yoga exercises, game drives and relaxing massages and not forgetting a spot of high tea, all rolled together with luxury accommodation.

Frog safaris

If you love frogs hop on a plane to the AmaZulu Private Game Reserve in South Africa. Here you are presented with opportunity to see extraordinarily rare species of frog, with a total of 32 species known to inhabit the area. Frogs are caught briefly to observe and are then released.

Tanzania Jetty Bar

Tanzania Jetty Bar

Vet safaris

If you are interested in the processes of conversation, specialised and tailored vet safaris will allow you to get hands on and aid in the vet’s work with the animals. You will have the opportunity to aid in the immobilisations carried out on a variety of species for conservations purposes.

Walking safaris

Get a true safari experience, by sleeping out under the stars, getting up close to the animals of the Savannah and making your journey into the bush on foot.

Gourmet Safaris

If you are ruled by your stomach, then head to one of the lodges in Africa offering gourmet safaris. Experience a mix of spectacular surroundings with new and vibrant tastes as specialist chefs cook up a storm.

Birding Safaris

These are possibly the most popular of the themed safaris. Expert bird guides will lead on you on specialist game drives and walks in search of the bird-life of the area.

Article by Simon Lucas

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