When traveling to Africa on safaris, the customizable options are endless and can sometimes be overwhelming. At Safari Infinity, we make this simpler for our guests by categorizing our safari according to the desired accommodation level.
While many of the major components of a safari remain unchanged in order to maintain the quality of your trip (such as the guiding, vehicle type and locations), we are able to customize your trip with different hotels, lodges and camps at your preferred price point. Your safari accommodation will make up for a large portion of your budget.
Here is a general price range for a safari tour based in peak season for two (2) person sharing.
Keep in mind that our safari packages are inclusive of almost everything while you are on safari This includes exclusive use of a specialized 4×4 safari vehicle with unlimited drinks, a professional English-speaking driver guide, unlimited game drives, accommodations, meals, transfers, internal flight, emergency evacuation insurance, park fees, permits, concession fees, governmental fees, 18% VAT.
Our Classic Safaris features an itinerary staying at, good quality, basic accommodation that offers an authentic, albeit more rustic and simple experience. All of these places will feature an en-suite tent or lodge room, with all the basic amenities you need for a comfortable stay.
Starting at $500 per person per night
Our recommended deluxe camps and lodges offer quality service and everything you need to make your stay comfortable. The perfect way to relax on safari is to return to your lodge or camp that awaits you with a welcome drink, an inviting lounge, and an exquisitely decorated yet cozy suite at the end of the evening. This is an ideal choice for those craving adventures but also appreciate the creature comforts of a glamping experience without roughing it.
Starting $600-700 per person per night
Lahia Tented Lodge
Kubu Kubu Tented Lodge
For those who dream of a safari getaway in a Hemingway style, this is the one for you. Choose between a luxury, glamping experience, or sipping your favorite drink from the patio of a four-star lodge. In most of these places, your drinks would be included, as well as a fine dining experience, and top-notch service in the intimate settings that only a top-rated boutique hotel can deliver.
Starting >$800 per person per night
Lamai Serengeti Lodge
Here are a few other factors that affect your safari cost:
How many people are traveling?
When do you want to travel?
What accommodation level are you looking for?
What’s your traveling style?
Some things that are not included are:
- International Airfare
- Tanzania visa fee
- Shopping & Things of personal nature
- Laundry, drinks, and meals not specified in the itinerary
- Travel & Medical insurance
- Other optional activities not specified in the itinerary