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Luxury Wildlife Safari

South Africa 4 Days
Starting From ZAR 25,000 / per person

Traditional Wildlife Safari

South Africa 4 Days
Starting From ZAR 11,500 / per person

Family Safari

South Africa 4 Days
Starting From ZAR 6,850 / per person

Finfoot Lake Reserve Birding Tour

South Africa 4 Days
Starting From ZAR 6,999 / per person

Magoebaskloof Birding Tour

South Africa 5 Days
Starting From ZAR 8,200 / per person
Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill
It is a medium-sized bird, 48–60 centimetres (19–24 in) in length and is characterized by a long yellow and down-curved beak. They possess a long tail, long eyelashes, stubby legs and stubby toes. The front three toes are fused together near the base.
Southern Red-billed Hornbill
A medium-sized bird, 48–60 centimetres in length. It is distinguishable from other red-billed hornbills by the combination of yellow iris and pale orbital skin (pink to greyish), and the ample blackish plumage streaking from the ear coverts to the side of the neck. The throat is white, and the wing coverts clearly spotted.
Red-billed Oxpecker
The red-billed Oxpecker belongs to the Starling and Myna family, Sturnidae. It is native to the savannah of sub-Saharan Africa, from the Central African Republic east to South Sudan and south to northern and eastern South Africa. Its range overlaps that of the less widespread yellow-billed Oxpecker.
Cape Longclaw
The Cape Longclaw is 19–20 cm long. The male has a bright orange gorget, black breast band and otherwise yellow underparts. The Cape Longclaw is usually found in pairs throughout the year. It feeds on the ground on insects and some seeds.
White-backed Vulture
The white-backed vulture is an Old World vulture in the family Accipitridae. It is a typical vulture, with only down feathers on the head and neck, very broad wings and short tail feathers. It has a white neck ruff. The adult’s whitish back contrasts with the otherwise dark plumage.
African Lion
Living in the grasslands, scrub, and open woodlands of sub-Saharan Africa, the lion is the second largest cat in the world. Lions are the most social of all big cats and live together in groups or “prides.” A pride consists of about 15 lions. Male lions defend the pride’s territory while females do most of the hunting.
Cape Buffalo
Buffaloes prefer open savannah grassland, and areas in the bushveld with abundant long grass. They are often found in reeds, near water. It has a dangerous and cunning nature. They do not have very good eyesight but their hearing and smell is exceptional.
African Elephant
African elephants are the world’s largest land animals. The biggest can be up to 7.5m long, 3.3m high at the shoulder, and 6 tonnes in weight. The trunk is used for communication and handling objects, including food. Tusks occur in both males and females and are used in fights and for marking, feeding, and digging.
Leopard
The leopard has an elongated body, relatively short legs and a long tail. It is the next-biggest African cat, after the lion, with an average body mass of 60-70kg, standing about two-thirds of a metre tall at the shoulder. Unlike the lion, the leopard is a silent creature, only occasionally emitting a cough-like call.
Cheetah
The cheetah is a large cat and is the fastest land animal. The species is IUCN Red Listed as vulnerable, as it suffered a substantial decline in its historic range due to habitat loss, poaching, illegal pet trade, and conflict with humans. By 2016, the global cheetah population has been estimated at approximately 7,100 individuals in the wild.

Safari Occasions do not offer our own conservation programs at present but are actively supporting and promoting the SA Conservation Fund for the expansion of the elephant habitat at Thula Thula Game Reserve.

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