2 New Custom African Safaris in Just-Published Brochure
Nothing says comfort and adventure like the beanbags and elephants on the cover of our latest African Safaris brochure! We invite you to sit back, relax and let us take you to Africa in ways you’ve never imagined, but which are just right for you. Inside you’ll find two new trips you can customize for 2016, as well as travel advice and inspiration from Africa experts.
“I love this picture,” says Bushtracks owner and Vice President Carolyn Tett,
“It really expresses the magic of a safari — both the people and the elephants are at ease — and it shows how these encounters can comfortably take place in a number of settings at the camps we carefully select for our travelers based on their preferences.”
The camp pictured is Tanda Tula Safari Camp located on a private reserve which is part of Greater Kruger National Park and is just one of over 350 camps we use to build our custom African safaris, and which you can explore with slideshows and TripAdvisor reviews on www.bushtracks.com.
Other brochure highlights include:
1. Our NEW Classic Big Five Safari. This 11-day program features reliable Big Five game sightings in two private reserves plus Cape Town’s unique blend of stunning scenery, cultural fusion, and marine wildlife adventures like penguin viewing or shark cage diving.
2. Also new for 2016 is a safari that features two of the most storied water ecosystems in Africa: Botswana’s Okavango Delta, and the Zambezi River, including magnificent Victoria Falls. Traveling in South Africa, Botswana and Zambia, you’ll be treated to guided safaris on land, as well as leisurely boat and canoe rides to spot wildlife from water-level. Learn more about The Okavango Delta and the Mighty Zambezi safari.
3. Our guests are always thrilled to discover the Lower Zambezi National Park: an intoxicating blend of dramatic scenery, wildlife — notably elephant herds — and world-class hospitality. Add to these a wide range of activities like canoeing, fishing, walks, and day and night game drives, and many travelers are reluctant to leave camp to go to their next destination! Discover what a member of one of the region’s pioneering safari camp families, and a conservation advocate, believes is unique about the Lower Zambezi.