Solo Safari Experiences

Experience your safari exactly the way you want to

Travelling on your own is liberating! You get to do what you want, exactly how you want to. There’s no need to compromise on what you want to get out of your safari experience, especially if it is your very first time. An African safari is filled with possibilities for the solo traveler. You do not need to worry about boredom striking. The African bush is lively and adventurous, teeming with wildlife.

Where wildlife is concerned, it’s hard to anticipate what will unfold right in front of you. Our camps are situated in the heart of the Africa bush and we have arranged some memorable activities, just to make sure you have a truly, immersive experience.

Some of the activities include thrilling game drives, led by our group of passionate guides, walking safaris, bird-watching and cultural visits to the local communities in and around camp.

Our travel consultants will explain every detail of your trip to you and make sure you are well-informed before coming. We would like to give you the confidence to explore again, as we return to our “new-normal” after the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Our Solo Safari Experiences

What to Expect

Why choose African Bush Camps for your Solo Safari:

  • Our attentive guides and staff
  • Safety is paramount
  • Indulge in the activities you want
  • Meet other like-minded guests
  • We have small, intimate camps and a variety to choose from
  • And it’s tailormade to your needs
  • Game Drives

    Game drives are what gets us up in the morning in the African bush, they’re a great avenue for exploring the land in a safe and exciting way.

  • Walking Safaris

    Buckle up your boots and explore the wonders of the natural world with African soil crunching beneath your feet.

  • Bird Watching

    Delight in spotting the Arnot’s chat, the Goliath heron or the majestic Long-crested eagle.

  • Cultural Visits

    Working together with the communities located in the areas surrounding where we operate gives locals an opportunity to be self-sustainable.