• Why should I choose Kosher African Safaris?
  • What do I need to bring with me on safari?
  • What amenities can I expect?
  • What can I expect in terms of food?
  • Is going on safari dangerous?
  • Do I need to worry about Malaria?
  • Do I need any injections?
  • Are there any other medical considerations?
  • Do I need to apply for a visa?
  • Do I need cash?
  • What is included in the price?
  • Can I be certain that your tours are kosher?
  • What else do I need to be aware of?

First and foremost we love the bush and are totally besotted with Southern Africa. Two things we love to share with our clients. Secondly, we are equally passionate about customer care. We know that in this business we have one shot to get it right, to deliver that unbelievable safari experience. In essence we are as passionate about clients as we are about the packages we deliver.

We recommend that you bring the following:

  • Hat
  • Sturdy footwear
  • Sun block
  • Insect repellent
  • Binoculars
  • Camera
  • Head lamp & batteries
  • Warm clothing for the mornings and evenings if you are travelling in winter
  • Long sleeve shirts and pants for protection against mosquitos if you are travelling in summer
  • Comfortable clothing for the daytime (e.g. shorts, T shirts etc) as it can get very warm.

This will depend on the type of safari you select but it will be discussed with you during the planning stage of your trip.

Electricity and Wi-Fi are available at most places.

We generally start the day with a big breakfast at around 7-00 am. Lunch is normally light and on the go. Dinner, not always a braai, is a hearty meal around the campfire.

Please do let us know if you have any special dietary requirements.

The purpose of going on safari is to come face to face with wild animals. As this suggests, they are wild and potentially dangerous. That said, safety is always our number one priority. We never knowingly put clients in any danger. Our guides are trained to always look after your wellbeing. If needs be, we can access medical assistance if required.

We suggest you consult your nearest Travel Clinic.

No specific injections are required within the countries in which we operate but requirements do change from time to time so it’s always a good idea to check before leaving home with the relevant authorities. Please inquire from your Travel Clinic re Hepatitis Vaccination.

We do recommend that you take out your own travel insurance. If you have any allergies (e.g. to bee stings) bring your own medicine.

In many instances you may require a visa. You can discuss this with us at the time of making your booking.

It’s a good idea to carry +- $50 in local currency for emergencies or purchases of small items. ATM machines are available in most towns, even small ones. Most places of business accept credit cards.

Because many of our safaris are customised this can vary from trip to trip but generally speaking the following are included:

  • All accommodation as specified
  • All meals
  • Unlimited tea, coffee and drinking water
  • A limited range of alcoholic beverages which where relevant are kosher
  • Cold drinks and juices
  • All park entrance fees

All food and drinks are 100% Kosher Certified. Cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils are fully Kosher compliant. If requested a Mashgiach can accompany you for your entire trip. Prices are quoted accordingly depending upon the exact nature of your trip.

  • Drink only the water we provide.
  • Wash all fruit and vegetables as you would at home.
  • Secure your possessions from prying eyes … both animal and human.
  • Always listen to your guide.



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