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Experience the culture, the biodiversity, and the local nomadic tribes. Experience the Unknown only in Kenya.


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South Africa

Experience the eclectic cultural mix, widely varied landscapes, and diverse wildlife of South Africa on this fantastic safari adventure.

Tips for your adventure



Elephant eating grass

South Africa

Dry Season (May-September)

No rainfall, no humidity. 

Average low temperature~ 46°F

Average high temperature~ 80°F

Wet Season (October-April)

Average low temperature~ 59°F

Average high temperature~ 82°F


Dry Season (May-October)

Average low temperature~ 58°F

Average high temperature~ 77°F

Wet Season (mid March-May & November-mid January)

Average low temperature~ 58°F

Average high temperature~ 79°F


Dry Season (June-October)

Average low temperature~ 50°F

Average high temperature (lower altitude)~ 82°F

Average high temperature (higher altitude)~ 73°F

Wet Season (October-April)

Mornings and evenings are cooler in higher altitudes. 

Average high temperature (lower altitude)~ 86°F

Average high temperature (higher altitude)~ 78°F


Dry Season (April-October)

Average low temperature~ 477°F

Average high temperature ~ 83°F

Wet Season (November-March)

Average low temperature ~ 64°F

Average high temperature ~ 88°F


Rwanda experiences frequent rains throughout the year, with the rainiest seasons being from January-April and October-December.

Average low temperature~ 52°F

Average high temperature~ 75°F


Dry Season (June-August & December to Febuary)

Average low temperature~ 61°F

Average high temperature~ 81°F

Wet Season (March-May & September-November)

Average low temperature~ 61°F

Average high temperature~ 82°F

The expert’s guide to
packing for a safari
jacket, boots, and flashlight


    • T-shirts
    • Tank Tops
    • Long sleeve/Layers
    • Rain Jacket
    • Shorts
    • Trousers
    • Socks
    • Swimwear
    • Flip Flops
    • Hat*
    • Sunglasses*

Expert Tip: Only pack neutral-colored items as to not draw attention from the wildlife.

*Clothing items can be washed and dried at your convenience by the safari staff during your trip,
so don’t worry about under-packing!*


  • Bug Spray
  • Sunscreen/Lip Balm with SPF
  • HandiWipes

*On a typical safari, bugs are not an issue, however, bug spray is good to have on hand just in case. 

* Note that on an international flight, liquids no more than 3.4 oz a piece can be brought in a carry-on.

Binoculars, sleeping bag, paw prints

Expert Tip: Skip the bulky suitcase and reach for a waterproof backpack instead.

*Carrying a backpack is an extra plus to get through airport security faster*