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10 Reasons To Go On A Luxury African Safari Vacation

26 July 2022 | PUBLISHED BY admin

There are plenty of incredible safari holiday destinations located across the continent and country worthy of a visit. So then why should you choose to have your luxury safari holiday at Shamwari Private Game Reserve? We give you a breakdown of just why your safari holiday at Shamwari will be one of the greatest getaways of your life. Your Ideal African Safari Vacation 2022 Destination It’s high time you and your loved ones take a well-deserved break somewhere special – especially after the strange and unusual events of the past year. And what vacation destination could be more idyllic than

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A Bush Vacation That Reconnects You With Yourself And Mother Nature

Let go of the stresses and anxieties of daily life by reconnecting with yourself and nature at Shamwari. This bush retreat promises to be both a relaxing and eye-opening event. Leave your worries behind and restore your mind, body, and soul in the heart of the Eastern Cape wilderness. Read on to learn more. What To Expect From Our Luxury Bush Vacation The tranquil surroundings of South Africa’s Eastern Cape Province make it the perfect destination for a restorative bush retreat. Feel all your cares fade away and regain a fresh perspective on life as you immerse yourself in the

Personal Safari Experiences At Shamwari Private Game Reserve

Exclusive safari experiences at Shamwari Private Game Reserve gives you a private introduction to South Africa’s breath-taking wildlife. If you’ve been dreaming about this and want to tick it off your bucket list, this private safari experience is definitely for you! Personalized Safari Experiences – The Best Way To Experience Nature And Wildlife A private safari at Shamwari Private Game Reserve is the perfect solution for guests who prefer not to share their game drive experience with strangers. The private safaris are available at an additional charge during our low season and occasionally during peak season as well. Treat yourself

This Week’s Tribute is Lucky Khumalo.

As Shamwari celebrates its 30th Anniversary, we would like to pay tribute to the staff who have been loyal throughout the years and have helped shape Shamwari into what we are today. This week’s tribute is Lucky Khumalo. His story started in 1989, even before Shamwari officially opened to guests in 1992. As we continuously acquired land, he witnessed species such as black rhino, elephant, lion, and leopard being reintroduced. He was one of our first guides and after many years, he moved over to lodge management and is currently the assistant maintenance manager. He has many incredible stories to

The Kruger National Park And The Best Safari’s in South Africa – Traveller’s Choice.

Finding the best safari in South Africa that’s perfectly suited to you is easy, especially with the help of previous guests. Reviews give more than valuable insights. They are personable, and they can guide you to choose the ideal breakaway. Nature-lovers are spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing the best safari in South Africa. Whilst it is common to think of The Kruger National Park when you think of Safari, they are not the only option available by a long shot. Beautiful landscapes, friendly hosts and remarkable wildlife abound, but which destination is the one perfectly suited to

The Perfect Winter Vacation Idea: 6 Reasons To Choose A Safari At Shamwari.

Winter is arguably one of the best times of the year for going on safari, between May and extending all the way through to Spring in September. Here are a few reasons why...

The South African Tourism Industry After Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has devastated the global travel industry with the concomitant bankruptcies, restructurings, and job losses. A less obvious but concerning consequence is how it will impact conservation. In 2018 the United Nations World Tourism Organisation marked a milestone when it estimated that worldwide international tourist arrivals increased by 6% reaching 1.4 billion. This happened two years ahead of its projections. Its latest assessment of the impact of Covid-19 shows a decrease of 22% in the first quarter of 2020 with arrivals in March down 57%. This equates to a loss of 67 million international arrivals and US$80 billion