Going on an African Safari as a solo traveller
Travelling on a Solo African Safari is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself. Not only does it strengthen your intuition, but it also creates the opportunity to make friends and connect with the locals at a deeper level.
Of course, going on a solo African safari has its drawbacks. Single rooms can be more expensive, and a table for one can feel a bit grim at times. It can get lonely, but by connecting with other solo travellers, you will rarely end up alone.
Don’t let a lack of travelling companions stop you from fulfilling your travel dreams. Just pack a sense of curiosity and openness and soon you won’t want to roll any other way.
Departure TimePlease arrive by 7:30 AM for a departure at 8:00 AM.
Return TimeApproximately 5:00 PM.
Dress CodeCasual, comfortable athletic clothing, hat and light jacket.
Included5 Star AccommodationFull BoardPersonal Driver GuidePrivate Transport
Not IncludedStylishly unique camps and lodges
Day 1: Nairobi
Day 2: Lake Naivasha / Great Valley
- Crescent Island is a private game sanctuary, which is home to zebra, wildebeest, gazelle, vervet, monkeys, hares, genet cats, waterbuck and giraffe. There are no fences and World where one can wander on foot amongst wild animals.
- Optional afternoon visit to Hells Gate National Park (at an extra cost)