The Budget Safari Blog

The latest on travelling Africa the way it should be travelled – on a shoestring. Here lie tales of budget travel heroism, up to the minute travel news and despatches from tents on the front line of the safari dream.

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Africa’s 10 Best Surf Spots - Morocco to

Africa's 10 Best Surf Spots scattered across the continent from Morocco and Senegal in the north to South…

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First-time (and regular) safari visitors often ask about etiquette on safari. Here we give a couple of pointers on what to do and not do when going on safari in Kruger.

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We love Kenya, and we’re not the only ones. Read about some of its celebrity fans and their favourite spots to visit.

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There are a few things about photography in Africa that safari goers need to be aware of. South African photographer Henk Venter gives us the his top tips on how to get the most out of your African safari photographic experience.

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The emerald Garden Route is not only spectacular scenery-wise, but offers visitors pretty much any outdoors activity their heart could desire.

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African fauna and flora need protecting and there are loads of wonderful organisations who do just that. In this blog we visit six of the centres that are included in some ABS safaris.

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Thinking of taking a Tailor-made safari? We chat with Terry Murphy from African Budget Safaris about Tailor-made safaris and just why they are such a great option.

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False Bay in Cape Town is famous for the Marine Big Five. But based on recent evidence there is a sixth addition to this incredible collection of marine wild life.

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Overland travel is a once in a life time experience. While the journey is long, the seats are comfortable enough and there are plenty of fun ways to stay busy. We spoke to the African Budget Safari team for some top tips to get the most out of long hauls across the continent.

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While much of Africa is dry, some incredible rivers and wetlands run through it, offering the safari-goer a range of fantastic water-based activities. Here we talk about five of them.

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We list eleven of our favourite – and most spectacular – safari destinations that are making an effort to reduce their carbon footprint and promote sustainability, community participation and conservation.
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