The first time safari traveler immediately asks to see the big five (lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo and leopard), but there is so much more.

We will guide you through the pros and cons of Africa’s Game Reserves. We will recommend the malaria-free wildlife regions that are great for those traveling with children. We love the lesser-known private game reserves where you can escape the footfall of other tourists. We adore pushing expectations. What about the Big Seven, which includes Southern Right Whales and Great White Sharks? Or plants? For the botanist on safari, there are more plant species on Table Mountain than there are in the whole of Europe. For ornithologists, there are 500 species in Kruger versus 70 in Yellowstone. The Big Five is the icon, but we go deeper, with guiding that’s as knowledgeable about the behavior of the dung beetle as it is about the migrations of the elephant herd. Call ROAR AFRICA for advice on where to travel and when to maximize the wildlife opportunities that matter to you most.