Private Safari Vs Group Safari

Experiences of a lifetime depend upon the places you travel to.

The perfect destination for a holiday involves visiting new places, seeing new and exciting things and experiencing something totally outside of your day to day life.

Safari lets you explore the wild paradise. When planning a safari there are many things to consider such as destinations, affordability, accommodation, the group you are sharing your trip with.

So the question of whether to have a private or group safari comes.

Private Safari

  • With private safari, your personal guide will serve you exclusively from beginning to end.
  • You don’t have to share your vehicle with anyone else.
  • You are free to choose your level of facilities- basic/comfort/comfort plus
  • As the privacy, comfort and customization are according to your wish, so private safari costs you more.
  • With private safari, you are pretty much guaranteed to get the best wildlife guide, who knows the land better.

Group Safari

  • Group safaris are usually slightly cheaper than private safaris, if you are going for a limited budget
  • The group safaris have fixed departure dates
  • Less chance to get a window seat as you have to share the vehicle with the group members
  • You can get a good opportunity to interact with different kinds of persons

People normally love private safari more that group safari. Whatever the case, make it a point to explore the most of your vacation.

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