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  • Types of Accommodations

    The level of accommodation that you are expecting is important to consider – unabashed luxury or 2-man dome tents. It is possible to combine different levels of accommodation on different parts of your trip; however we are adamant that you have the right expectations for each of the places you go.

     

    Through the cities and countryside options in budget, size, luxury and amenities are available whether it be at Bed & Breakfasts, country homes, beach resorts, Large convention hotels or game and safari lodges. Africa is the place to be for travelers interested in roughing it in style, combining sheer adventure with creature comforts, getting off the beaten path and experiencing nature the way it was meant to be!

     

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  • Modes of Travel

    Self-Drive

    For the adventurous and those comfortable with driving on the left side of the road, self-drive itineraries can be very economical and allow the flexibility to discover many areas you wouldn't see on a scheduled or overland tour. Driving in South Africa and Namibia have good road systems and are generally easy to navigate. Car rental companies have specific requirements for cross border travel.

     

    Overland Safari

    An overland Safari is led by professional guides as you travel by specially modified four wheel drive safari vehicles. The land safaris travel comfortable distances, allowing ample time to savor the places of interest and photograph the wildlife enroute giving you are more realistic idea of the day to day life of the local people. Ample time is required for an overland Safari and may have age restrictions.

     

    Fly-In Safari (Winged Safari)

    With flights between camps, these are designed for those who do not have as much time at their disposal. Winged safaris use light aircraft to land you directly on private airstrips where deluxe accommodations await. While it is generally more expensive, it is the most efficient means of transferring you between safari camps easily, with plenty of time to enjoy activities when you get there. Consideration should be made by those who have difficulties with small aircraft and plan their trips accordingly.

  • Terms of Service

    Tour Booking/ Registration

    Tour Registration Form, must be completed and signed by all travelers.

     

    In order to plan an itinerary and make a provisional booking on your behalf a Non-refundable deposit of US $250 per person is due, payable by credit card (American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover).

     

    Upon receipt of full confirmation 25% of the land tour cost is due (less the initial $250 per person paid). Upon receipt Safariline will send out your pre-departure documents.

     

    Sixty Days prior to departure, the final balance of your invoice is due payable by check, wire transfer or credit card (American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover). Also required at this time is proof of Trip Insurance.

     

    Note: If reservation is effected within 60 days of commencement of travel, the entire amount is required at time of confirmation. If payment installments are not paid when they are due, Safariline reserves the right to treat the reservation as canceled and cancellation charges will apply.

     

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