Many visitors are concerned about crime, but we have never had any problems or incidents of crime on our safaris. Crime is a reality in every major city in the world and the key is to use common sense and avoid risky situations or known problem areas. Your guide and lodge will be happy to advise you.

Your safety is paramount to us and we will never recommend a destination or activity we consider unsafe for tourists. We believe South Africa to be as safe – if not safer – than many other major tourist destinations around the world.

See our blog on "Safety tips for tourists".

Going on safari is also quite safe. As long as you abide by the rules and stay in your vehicle or with your safari guide, there is no need to be concerned about wild animals. In the Kruger National Park, each camp is safely enclosed with an electric fence. At private lodges that are not fenced, you will always be in the company of a trained ranger or safari guide.