If the extent of seeing any animals is reserved to the cash in your wallet or getting spammed with LOL-lion emails, you need to experience a proper safari. See animals in their natural habitat with the luxury of today’s Groupon: a three-night safari experience with dinner, bed and brunch at the Wilderness Adventures Pafuri Camp for R2400 per person sharing.
Wilderness Adventures is all about simplicity, consistency, accessibility, biodiversity and fun. With today’s Groupon you can experience an authentic, adventurous safari aimed at everyone from nature enthusiast to young-at-heart travellers, and families to couch potatoes – Wilderness Adventures Pafuri Camp really has something for everyone. This conservation organisation aims to tread lightly on the natural environment, trying to keep their carbon fibre footprint to an absolute minimum. They carry this ethos through to all their camps and accommodation and always operate with respect for the environment and people.
Pafuri Camp lies in the northernmost sector of the Kruger National Park, on a gentle bend along the northern bank of the Luvuvhu River, under the shade of enormous ebony and nyala berry trees. This part of the Kruger is known for its incredible scenery and biodiversity. Activities revolve around game drives, walks and birding trips ensuring that this Groupon will truly be a feast for the eyes and mind.
To the nature conservationists at Wilderness Adventures Pafuri Camp, nothing is more important than keeping the corners of Africa as wild and beautiful as they always have been. With today’s Groupon, you will enjoy a three night safari experience with dinner, bed and brunch. Feel like the king of the jungle in the stylish and luxurious suites at this top-of-the-range camp. With crisp white linen and natural shades as décor, this home away from home in the wild guarantees you have the time of your life in an up close and personal encounter with Africa.
Safari fact: A nature conservationist found a video game at Stonehenge in England. The game, which the conservationist believed had been there since the monuments’ inception, was found to have been left there by a child three weeks before.