Thanks to the dollar holding strong against the South African Rand, Wilderness Travel is passing the savings along to its customers by reducing the cost of some of its most popular safaris by up to $1000/person, and giving them the option of saving even more with the Net Voucher Codes. Travelers can also take advantage of early booking discounts of $500/person if they are one of the first six individuals to book the trip for even more savings.
“Very few companies go to the trouble to re-budget their trips when the currency goes in the traveler’s favor—but it is something we believe in,” says Barbara Banks, director of marketing and new trip development for Wilderness Travel. “There’s never been a better time to go on safari!”
Some of the adventures included on these reduced-cost safaris include tracking the elusive desert lion in Namibia, participating in an annual vet check of big cats in Namibia, night drives for views of the Big Five in South Africa, candlelit dinners at stylish safari camps, bungee jumping over Victoria Falls and more.
These Wilderness Travel safaris are currently offering the below discounts:
In the Realm of the Desert Lion - $1,000/person
Namibia Private Journey - $800/person
Namibia Khaudum, Bushmanland, and the Caprivi - $800/person
South Africa Private Journey - $800/person
Great Hikes and Game Parks of South Africa - $650/person currency discount + $500/person early booking discount
Namibia Expedition - $600/person currency discount + $500/person early booking discount
Botswana, South Africa and Victoria Falls - $600/person