Bill Alen - Aug 21, 2007
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The diversity of the Black Continent, the uniqueness of its rare wildlife and the striking natural beauty are Africa’s greatest appeals. Each year, more and more tourists come here to admire its treasures. The best and safest way of doing so is by visiting any of the local safaris. Especially groups of tourists love to explore the safaris. However, tourists wishing to take their kids along and enjoy a more private and personalized tour over the safaris haven’t had the opportunity to do so; until today.


Many of the safari camps have a strict policy to not allow access to children under twelve, mostly to avoid complaints of other travelers who might be disturbed by the often noisy kids. Also, some tourists admit that apart from spending their whole days driving along the safari, there are not many other opportunities to spend their free time.


This situation, however, is changing. The Londolozi Varty Camp in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in South Africa extended its offers. Local activity center is a perfect opportunity for the children to take part in various art and craft projects. Whenever the kids long to take a drive around the park, and admire the leopards and cheetahs, they may just jump into a game-drive vehicle that is always at their disposal. The more demanding travelers who prefer luxurious accommodation will also find Londolozi Varty Camp suitable.Some travelers may find the wildlife slightly overwhelming. At Campi Ya Kanzi, the guests may enjoy the opportunity to take an Italian cooking class and later in the evening offer their culinary creations to other guest by the campfire. Observing the game reserves in South Africa is a unique experience. Those, who wish to not only admire the beauty but also to help, may volunteer to assist the conservationists and wildlife experts to build shelters for local community members.

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