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Home Overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.9 based on 96 reviews
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Predator and Prey!

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Thanks Mark, Taga Safaris Africa connected us with Africa on Foot. We spent three nights with delightful drives and walks. Perhaps the best summary: Predator and Prey! We saw leopards stalking impala, wild dogs chasing impala, hyenas feeding on impala and giraffe, and lions feeding on zebra. Gotta appreciate the life of predators and prey. As to communication and service, when some of our flights were delayed, Mark kept everyone informed and our transfer from the airport worked out without a hitch, despite the flight delays. Much appreciated from our end.

Very good planning and help

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The planning was good, and the recommendations were great. The lodges were very nice. The communication could improve, on the planning, and the information could be more personalized, not only re sending information. We had a problem with our visas, but they were really helpful managing a late pick up from the airport so we would be able to catch our Gorilla trecking, even though we arrive late, because of a change in our schedule.

The level of support and quality is high

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The communication and information with mail and WathsApp is perfect and quick. Everything of our trip went in a good way ! Next time I chose again for Taga Safaris !

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Whats Happening in Africa?…Read the Latest News

Marothodi and the Male Impala

I was extremely privileged to witness a thrilling hunt involving a female leopard named Marothodi during a recent stay at Mombo camp in the Okavango Delta. She was half asleep in a depression in the sand when a single male impala came into the scene. At this time of year the sausage trees are in … Read more

10 things you didn’t know about Leopards

One of the famous Big 5, leopards are one of the highlights of a game viewing safari in South Africa. Unfortunately, they’re also one of the most elusive cats in the Animal Kingdom and thus, the hardest to see. Here are 10 things you may not know about leopards. 1. They can see 7 times … Read more

Snapping the Serengeti like a pro

From anxious first-time safari goers to lifelong safari addicts, what is the one universal item that everyone brings with them on safari? A camera, no doubt. Whether it’s professional photographic equipment with multiple lenses and tripods, an adventurous GoPro on a selfie stick or quite simply a smartphone or tablet, every wildlife enthusiast wants to … Read more

Kings Camp Rangers Report: October 2018

These last few weeks have been an absolute treat on game drives at Kings Camp. From incredible big five encounters to special little critters in between, our guests have been spoiled on every drive. Our favourite resident female leopard, Ntombi (“little girl”) has been showing off around camp with her tiny cub, and we have … Read more

Elephant Tracking and Facts about Elephants

Tracking the mighty beasts, or otherwise known as, “the gentle giants” of the African bush can be a difficult task. Especially when they seem to be on a serious mission. Often it seems, as we move from one road to the next spotting fresh tracks, that we have just missed them. The question always goes … Read more

Signs of a South African Bushveld Summer

Summer is approaching fast! Over the last few months, we have started noticing some characteristic signs of the arriving summer. I’m not talking about rising temperatures or small bits of rain, but rather things that we might come across on a game drive. This includes things like the smallest wildflower, the distant call of an … Read more

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