Safari Safety Guideline

Please note: By reading the advice below you may get the impression that wildlife viewing is a dangerous activity. That is not the case. In our opinion, wildlife viewing can be considered very safe as long as you treat the animals with respect and act sensibly. It is extremely rare for incidents to occur and your driver/guide is there to ensure your safety. The advice below is solely intended to further decrease the already small risks.

  • Always follow your guide’s instructions and guidelines - Your guide knows best. They are very experienced, and they know exactly what to do during any situation. All of their instructions and guidelines are to ensure your safety during your safari.
  • Keep mobile devices silent.
  • Drone flying, smoking and consuming alcohol is strictly prohibited inside the park.
  • Do not get down from the jeep, unless otherwise instructed to do so.
  • Don’t stick anything out of the vehicle. Standing up is allowed, but at the guide’s approval. Watch out for low hanging branches and always be mindful of the surrounding.
  • Do not litter inside the park - Always be mindful of not letting anything fly out of the jeep.
  • Don’t startle anyone - Sudden actions can provoke animals which could lead to dangerous situations.
  • Don’t talk or laugh too loud – Animals scare easily, and could move away from the jeep or charge towards the jeep.
  • Don’t carry or store food - Smell of food can provoke animals and could put you in a dangerous situation.
  • Refrain from feeding wild animals.

Most importantly, enjoy your safari and take plenty of pictures.