Travelers love safari adventures but looking from another perspective, safari may be dangerous. In 2017, various investments and existing companies have resolved into making safari a luxurious adventure and here is some of the travel guides you can see for best luxury adventure.
According to CNN, you can now have a view of the entire Kenya through a helicopter. It has 10 rotating seats for allowing you to have an authentic view of the landscapes and goes through Maasai Mara and the Great Rift Valley. Operated under scenic air, the private helicopter is available for $9630 per person who are in a group of ten. Another luxury spot in Kenya is Saruni Rhino camp expected to open this February. The camp offers 4 days trekking around the forest to track the endangered rhino species using traditional and modern methods to view them closer. It costs about $630 per person.
In the western of Zambia in Liuwa plains National park, the King Lewanika lodge opening in April will serve as a photography focus and will give you a photographic tour and accommodation for $845 per night. After having a tiring day viewing wild species chief camp in Botswana is there to give you a retreat in a lodge with private pool, kitchen, guide, and car for $6911. You can also go to Namibia and see the Namib desert using a low-flying aircraft. Rainbow tours can make this possible in 10 days for a price of $4767 per person. Rainbow tours will make your trip to Miavana islands in Madagascar great as you explore azure blue waters on the helicopter and search for golden-crowned lemurs in the forest.
Reported by Egypt Independent, You can also visit Ngorongoro crater and lodge at the Asilia camp for $631 or go to see the gorillas and monkeys in Rwanda and lodge in Bisate for $1091 per person. Relax after your trip in South Africa and have all sorts of hydrotherapy at Karkloof safari spa.