While in Cape Town, there are many adventures you can go on. Some people prefer visiting the museums that showcase Cape Town's complex and intriguing history. Some people would choose to rather explore Cape Town's city centre and experience the city's nightlife. Other people might spend their days soaking up the sun outdoors on hiking trails or on the beach. Then there are those of you who can't resist going on a true, unique African safari experience.
This is the great thing about Cape Town. It is such a diverse region of South Africa that whatever you want to do - the Mother City has it for you (except for snow skiing). So, going back to those of you who are dying to see South Africa's famous Big Five (elephant, lion, buffalo, rhino and leopard), among the other interesting species of wildlife, we've got good news for you...
Just a mere 2 hour drive away from the vibrant city lies a Big Five safari adventure waiting for you. In fact, to top it all off, you can choose from an array of safari options - standard safaris, horseback safaris, quad bike safaris, sunset safaris and morning safaris! Doesn't this sound great?
Whichever safari you choose to do, the adventure will be led by an experienced guide who will share exciting inside stories with you about the animals, plants and more. Imagine seeing an elephant or lion up close in real life?
The 10,000 hectare game reserve is home to the Big Five as well as other wild game, all which roam freely.The game reserve focuses on conservancy through wildlife rehabilitation and re-introduction, land rehabilitation, anti-poaching programmes, eco-friendly tourism and community support. This means that when you book a safari, your money goes towards these efforts! So there's your good deed done for the day.
If you're visiting Cape Town (or even if you're a local) and want to experience an unforgettable Big Five safari, you can arrange for a guide to pick you up from your accommodation if you don't have your own means of transport. You'll get a welcome drink upon arrival, a tasty buffet and not to mention, an everlasting memory of your safari.
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