Walk with Lions and see Kruger Park. A wildlife lovers guide to South Africa.
Feb 3, 2015
About the Guidebook
Planning a trip to South Africa in itself is a massive challenge to most people who haven't been here before. This travel guide will alleviate all of your concerns. I have close friends living all over the country and have been here a large handful of times most recently doing this exact trip in 2014.
It's a wonderful inexpensive trip you can do with your significant other and have an adventurous, wild time all while not burning through your wallet. You'll capture some amazing wildlife in Kruger Park and then see them up close and personal at an amazing Lion Conservatory before returning home.
I've included some higher budget alternatives within the park, so if you plan this trip out 3 months in advance or greater you should be just fine, but I've planned a trip like this within a few weeks - all depends on the time you decide to come that may be high or low season.
Take this guide and use it as your bible to plan the most epic trip of your life, or return to a part of the world you haven't visited - whoever you are this guide will be your best friend.
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Contact me through the platform and I'll build a custom guide for you if necessary for a small fee, otherwise this guide should be a great starter for you to build on any reviews online or tour operator.
You can spend $$$ Thousands of dollars hiring a tour company or buying a package, but in reality the best way to do it, is setting aside some time by using this guide and planning it yourself. Anything done in life is best done on your own, so take some initiative and message me for advice. I have some great contacts in Cape Town and Johannesburg if you want to extend or augment your trip. Otherwise, here's all my knowledge shared for you!
About the Author
I've lived in Greater Boston for over 10 years in different neighborhoods - ranging from the North End, Brighton and the Seaport and Fort Point Channel. I was born in Boston and haven't left the city area for 32 years (minus some amazing travel).