The 2020 Sunway Safaris brochure is a great starting point for your safari planning:
What’s new for 2020?
Sunway Safaris is a 100% African owned and operated company. With their ears close to the ground, itineraries do change year on year to ensure travellers have the best experience possible on tour.
This may mean upgrading a lodge, supporting a community or conservation initiative or just following a different route if roads have been upgraded or on the flip side are now impassable.
The following are the major changes for 2020:
Cruise the Chobe River
The popular accommodated 21 day Cape to Victoria Falls Grand Explorer includes a full day wildlife cruise on the Chobe River in 2020. This is a fantastic experience and you will enjoy the beautiful Chobe National Park away from the crowded tourist spots.
Spot Dolphins on an Ocean Safari
With roading improvements providing better access into Mozambique, the 14 day Kruger and Mozambique Beach and Bush Safari has had a complete overhaul. Without a doubt, a major highlight is the opportunity to join a local dolphin research team on an ocean safari as part of your two-night stay in Ponto do Ouro.
Explore ‘Wild Kingdoms’
Over eight says on the brand new Classic Journey ‘Wild Kingdoms” you will do plenty of wildlife viewing on game drives and walks in the Greater Kruger and Zululand. You will also visit a wildlife sanctuary in eSwatini (formerly Swaziland) and cruise the waters of St Lucia’s estuaries, home to hippos and crocodiles. Ending in Durban, you can opt to self-drive the full Garden Route to Cape Town.
Solo Travel is more affordable in 2020
Single supplements continue to be waived for travellers willing to share a room or tent with a same-gender traveller on the camping, accommodated and expedition safaris.
However, Sunway has worked alongside local accommodation providers to bring down the cost of single supplements for those wanting to have their own room on safari.