Escape To Paradise

Aug 14, 2015 Safari Prep
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Because isn't late summer the right time to think about slipping the icy bonds of a northern hemisphere winter?

Summer safari at Kalahari Plains

An African summer safari is a snowbird’s must-do, offering visitors a wealth of highlights, from big game and landscapes to predators and birds.

Lioness with cubs on a summer safari in Namibia

And then there’s our Six Countries Summer Special with its high degree of camp flexibility and reduced rates across all our regions. 

Spectacular skies on a Hwange summer safari

Guests are regularly awed by migratory birds arriving in their numbers, bringing vibrant breeding plumage and thrilling new sounds to the bush; dramatic thunderheads which build up to create spectacular photo-ops while the ensuing rains are the signal for plains game to drop their young; predators follow these breeding herds, accompanied by their own highly photogenic young.

Southern carmine bee-eaters at Ruckomechi

Summer nights are balmy, meaning great stargazing and romantic sleep-outs on our specially-equipped star-decks.

Romantic sleepout at Savuti Camp

Find out more about our Botswana/Namibia/Zimbabwe/Zambia/South Africa Summer Season opportunities.

Summer showers dramatically alter the Damaraland landscape

Summer showers create dramatic changes to the Damaraland landscape

Impala 'nursery' at Xigera in the Okavango Delta

Impala 'nursery' at Xigera in the Moremi Game Reserve

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By Josephine Bestic

With a background in wildlife and conservation publishing, copywriter and digital marketer Jo has found her niche happily managing the content for Wilderness Safaris’ social media accounts.

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