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How to Find Safari near Cape Town

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South Africa is a dream destination for most people. It’s a country that is characterized by diverse cultures and landscapes that will leave someone in awe. While on a trip to this country in the Southern Africa region, your trip can never be complete without visiting Cape Town. Many describe this city as the home of sun-kissed beaches, magnificent valleys, contours, and mountains. The cultural experience that Cape Town and its adjacent suburbs offer is something that you can never forget in your lifetime.  For an ultimate experience, you can take a Cape Town day tour and combine it with bush safaris, such as going to the Kruger National park which is the home of many species of wild animals and plants.

However, if for any reason you cannot make it to the Kruger National Park, there are still hot safaris around Cape Town that you can’t afford to miss. Most of these safaris are within a few hours from Cape Town and offer an unmatched experience. With a safari near the iconic Cape Town, you can enjoy a picnic with your family that will leave you lasting memories.

Here are 3 of the best safaris that are within reach from Cape Town and which makes it possible for you to see the big five.

1. Aquila Private Game Reserve

This reserve covers an expansive 10,000 acres and is famous for its wonderful conservation efforts and world-class customer service experience. While there, you can go on safaris at sunset, in the morning, and afternoon. Also available are full-day packages and night tours. Depending on what you want, you can be sure that you can see hippos, more than 170 bird species, giraffes, and more. This is a leopard research center, so you can have a lot of your questions about leopards answered by the experts. It will take you about 2 hours to reach there from Cape Town.

2. Invertor Game Reserve

Although this safari destination is not cheap, it’s laden with wildlife. It’s one of the most comfortable and catered for safari destinations in South Africa. This reserve sits on an expansive 10,000 hectares in the middle of the Klein Karoo region. This reserve has the big five, zebras, impalas and springboks, and more. It makes a superb place for a family outing.

3. Garden Route Game Lodge

In this reserve, two safari tours are offered every day, and each of them lasts for two to three hours. One starts early in the morning, while the next is late in the afternoon. The times are done to coincide with the times where animals that live there are most active. Among the animals which you are likely to spot while on this tour are elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, and lions. You also stand better chances of seeing giraffes, species of antelopes, and free-roaming cheetahs. Overnight guests get sunset and sunrise safaris along, together with touring a reptile center that has more than 28 snake species. This safari destination is 350 kilometers from Cape Town and takes an average of 3 hours and 40 minutes. Although you may go there during the day and be back in Cape Town, it is better if you spend your night there.

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