African Safaris and Tours

By the Leading Safari Operator based in South Africa since 1994

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African Safaris with Taga

Established in 1994 by two Wildlife Enthusiasts, Mark Garzancich and Celeste Greenblatt, with three African Safaris and Tours to South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe it soon became apparent that not everyone wanted to do and see the same thing and so the Tailormade African Safari Concept was born catering to the specific needs of our clients from around the World. In 1997 we were introduced to the Internet and that same year we launched the very first African Safari Website and since then we have tailormade thousands of trips for our guests.

But enough said, let some of our Guests tell you about their Safaris with us

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Whats happening in Africa

Monster Crocodiles Of The Mara River

Taking a look at some of the enormous nile crocodiles that live in the Mara river in Kenya Filmed in the Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya Designing state-of-the-art African Safaris since 1994 Interested in coming on Safari? … Contact us.

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Photographic Safaris in South Africa: Everything You Need to Know

There’s nothing like coming away from a vacation, knowing you’ve potentially captured a once-in-a-lifetime shot. For many people on safari, they too often write this off as sheer luck. Luck, however, is when preparedness meets opportunity. We’re here to share our top tips for being prepared to get the best shots when opportunity presents itself

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Kings Camp Rangers Report: June 2018

Yet again another month has passed by in the blink of an eye. And boy! What a month it’s been – especially on the cat’s front. We can finally say with confidence that winter is here. Mornings have been fresh and crisp with blankets of mist hanging over our extraordinary piece of paradise. The late

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Hitching a Ride

One afternoon we left River Lodge for our afternoon safari and headed into the southern parts of the reserve to locate some of the plains game animals that are usually in big herds on Mashutu plains. Did you know Kapama has over 40 species of mammals?  After about half an hour into the drive, Michael

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Do you have the gall?

I had the urge to write about insects seen as though we recently had International insect week this past June.  Normally our blog stories focus on an experience we had in the bush, and this is by no means different.  Still an awesome experience with loads of Wows! and wonder. How this tale starts is

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