What's Your Budget?

As mentioned above, the destination, accommodation and travel style all factor into your trip price. The prices typically include meals at the safari lodges, park fees and most/all activities. The higher end camps and lodges include drinks and some also include laundry. Most safaris offer discounted low season pricing during rainy or particularly hot seasons. Here are some basic price brackets to get you started - all prices are per person sharing per day and are 2014 average prices for travel in high season.

Kenya & Tanzania: From $474 per night for overland group departures in large hotel-style lodges to $888 per night for luxury fly-in safaris; both include all meals, park fees and game drives. Some high end lodges also offer special activities like horseback riding, mountain bikes and night drives.

South Africa: Our 8 day Cape to Kruger safaris are 4 nights in the bush (all meals and activities included) plus 3 nights in Cape Town; these trips don't include the regularly schedule flights (best booked as part of your international air) and the city hotels include breakfast - there are varying levels of accommodations from $294 per night on our Essential option to $1,234 and up for our Best of options. South Africa has an unbelievable range and number of lodges and hotels so this is the best place to get what you want, at the price you want, with a custom trip.

Botswana: Arguably the most wild and diverse location, you can join a luxurious African mobile group safari or comfortable standard camps for about $680 per night, nice mid-range camps in excellent locations for about $915 per night or look at about $2,000 and over per night for a fly-in safari at luxury camps in exclusive concessions and reserves. Regional light aircraft flights are included where necessary.

Zambia: This destination offers day and night game drives, canoes, boats, walking - a diverse mix of activities in remote locations. Choose your adventure style from the rustic at $695 per night to the deluxe at around $1,300 per night including light air transfers.

Namibia: Breathtakingly desolate Namibia can be tackled overland with a group for about $425 per night, on a private overland safari for about $772 per night, or you can fly the vast distances from luxury camp to luxury camp in light aircraft for about $1,090 per night including the regional flights.

Uganda and Rwanda: These countries are best known for gorilla trekking but if you have 8 days or more, Uganda is a great destination all on its own. Trips range depending on the number of people in your group but plan on about $590 per day + gorilla permits at $500 (Uganda) or $750 (Rwanda) per person per day.

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