In our African safari planning guide resource you will find everything you need to know about traveling on safari. From how you will get around, definition of a camp versus a lodge, who our guides are, Africa facts, frequently asked questions and much more.
Camps & Lodges
Rothschild Safaris does not own individual African Safari camps in Africa; instead, we have contracts at every lodge allowing flexibility and more importantly, variety for your individual taste. Each year, our travel designers go on their own African safaris to the camps to personally experience the accommodations, activities, the best seasons for game viewing, meals and service. Our recommendations for you are based on expert and first hand experience!
There are many ways to travel on an African safari to view wildlife and the magnificent scenery. The following is a list of the different types of African safari vehicles and bush planes that you may encounter during your trip, as well as a section about self-driving if you are so inclined and adventurous.
Increasingly, travelers planning a trip of a lifetime to Africa are enlisting the services of a private safari guide. A private safari guide is someone who stays with your group throughout your safari. These guides are the most experienced on the continent, and the amount of value they add to a safari is tremendous.
Here are just a few reasons why you should consider utilizing a private safari guide on your next trip to Africa.
Activities on Safari
Is your dream African safari experience to track big game like the first explorers, glide over game filled plains in a hot air balloon or walk through the Africa bush with a family of elephants? Maybe it’s paddling past hippos and crocs on a wilderness river, visiting a Masaai village or helping researchers learn more about Africa’s extraordinary ecosystems.