As the world starts to adjust to new ways of travelling and countries around the world have begun opening up, World Journeys says that there can be no easier 'distancing' than in the African wilderness on safari.
The company has a wide range of options as clients look for comfort, security and exclusive experiences away from big crowds. ‘From trekking gorillas in Uganda staying at the small, comfortable Buhoma Lodge to perhaps a sole-use stay for a family at Wilderness Safaris' Jao Villa in Botswana's
Okavango Delta there are options for all budgets available,’ says World Journeys director Ange Pirie.
‘It's great to see that countries in Africa, particularly East Africa, are beginning to open their borders now, and safari camps are starting to welcome guests back with new Covid-19 protocols in place. Although we in New Zealand are not yet ready to travel, it is reassuring that by the time we are, they will be well practiced in all making that work.’