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What we do to ensure safety on roads

We encourage our driver to stay on the road or designated tracks when visiting national parks or reserves. Off road driving can cause extensive damage to grass and woodland habitats. Its also not safe to our client to be driven off tracks To reduce avoid accidents our clients are also requested to  encourage your driver to stay on the  track and discourage careless driving during any tour.

Minimizing Destruction to wildlife

Most wild animals are very dangerous and during adventures it is safe for  us to be aware of any harm withing our tours and trips this is to ensure that your life is not endangered within the parks.We believe that being safe is part of you  enjoying our services and also that should be our duty as well to keep you safe. Due to this we recommend that you should not stand on the roof or hangout of the windows, and leave your vehicle in designated areas. Remember; wild animals can be dangerous.

Stay Inside your vehicles Unless areas you are allowed to come out

Most wild animals are very dangerous and during adventures it is safe for  us to be aware of any harm withing our tours and trips this is to ensure that your life is not endangered within the parks.We believe that being safe is part of you  enjoying our services and also that should be our duty as well to keep you safe. Due to this we recommend that you should not stand on the roof or hangout of the windows, and leave your vehicle in designated areas. Remember; wild animals can be dangerous.

we  should avoid over speeding in the parks

Speeding in the  parks may cause serious accidents to wild animals and even to visitors. Due to this you may find most parks have speed limit signs to keep the drivers aware. Speeding also can draw attention to some the wild animals, when they see a vehicle speeding they might think you want to harm them thus they end up defending themselves by attacking you back.  So mostly we are required to drive at speeds less than 40km/hr within the parks.

Support Eco-friendly accommodation facilities

Accommodation is the first thing you thing of when going for any trip within or outside your country.  Well you don’t have to worry anymore because when you think of dawn 2 dusk it becomes simple for you to budget for your accommodation in the most comfortable places in Africa with best facilities.  So  every time you think of best accommodation hit the contact us button to get more information on good accommodation guidelines during any Trip ,safari and camping. activities.

Never Feed Wild Animals

Feeding wild animals, whether on purpose or not, does more harm than good. Hand-fed wild animals lose their fear of humans. It’s OK to feed squirrels if you’d like, but do so from a feeder—never by hand. We know they’re cute and they might seem hungry, but feeding wild animals whether in your own backyard, a local park, or while on vacation  just isn’t a good idea. Here’s why.

  1. “People” food isn’t good for animals. Human foods aren’t nutritious enough for animals and may cause serious health problems (especially when animals are continually fed bread, french fries, and popcorn).
  2. It makes wild animals lose their natural fear of people. Feeding can make large, potentially dangerous animals become too comfortable in residential or recreational areas. Once animals learn they can panhandle for food, they can become a nuisance—or even worse, a safety risk.
  3. Feeding wildlife from or near vehicles is dangerous to animals, people, and property. Animals can be hit by moving vehicles or might try to enter vehicles in search of food. In Africa parks, more than 1,100 vehicles were broken into by the monkeys and some of the big five causing damages.
  4. Wild animals who depend on people for food can cause injuries or spread disease. When wild animals gather for food handouts, it can cause crowding and competition. These unnatural conditions increase the chances of fighting and injury among animals. It can also increase the spread of diseases, some of which may be transmitted to pets and humans.

Do not purchase Wild animal products

Please do not purchase, collect or remove any animal products, rocks ,plants ,seeds or birds nests from the wild or rather the natural environment in any way. This will contribute to the decrease of wild  animals in the parks and increase the number of poachers in our continent. This is illegal in most places in Africa.

Take all your litter with you

Litter and garbage is very dangerous to the wild animals, keep all litter with you and be extremely careful with cigarettes and matches which can cause major bush fires