has its origins more than 30 years ago.
The founders of On Safari Africa are still involved in the business today. We truly want our guests to experience and observe animals in their natural habitat. We have not forgotten that you are on holiday either. We believe that a traditional African Safari is still focused on seeing African wildlife. We want you to experience what it means to be out in the bush (wilderness) exploring scenic places and natural wonders.
We are incredibly fortunate to have an extensive working knowledge of the Kruger National Park and the Hluhluwe/Imfolozi game reserves. These reserves are home to a remarkable concentration of wild animals, including leopards, Lions, Elephants, Rhino and Buffalo. In these game reserves you get the chance to see various endangered species and learn about the local culture.
Remember that we do not guarantee that you will see the big 5 for example, because the areas that we operate in is considered as the Wild.
We have been doing this for many years and we certainly see ourselves as one of the leaders in this industry. We recommend our overnighting Safaris as this is the best way to observe, photograph, hear and smell what the Wild is all about. Our Field guides are local and are professionally trained. We are fully legal and ethical Safari operators.
We are members of SATSA and Kruger Lowveld Tourism.
How We Tread Right
Launched in 2020, How We Tread Right (HWTR) is On Safari Africa’s five-year sustainability strategy. It is the sustainability blueprint for us and our sister brands under our parent company The Travel Corporation (TTC).
Our strategy consists of 11 sustainability goals anchored to the United Nations’ Global Goals, which guide the way we are addressing climate change, sustainable food production, waste reduction, travel experiences, diversity and inclusion, and wildlife: the six main issues that we are currently focused on as a business.
MAKE TRAVEL MATTER®
This is our ethos. We recognize our responsibility to leave a positive impact on the planet we call home, the people we visit, and the wildlife we find there. We manage our impact in two ways; as a business through our sustainability goals, detailed in How We Tread Right, and through our TreadRight Foundation.
Our efforts to MAKE TRAVEL MATTER® focus on:
Planet – Protecting our landscapes and natural resources through conservation and sustainable practices.
People – Ensuring that the true economic benefit of tourism is felt by local communities.
Wildlife – Protecting our world’s wildlife and advocating for ethical wildlife experiences.
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