RHULANI SAFARIS – ABOUT OUR AFRICA PHOTO EXPERIENCES
WHERE YOUR ADVENTURE BEGINS
WHERE YOUR ADVENTURE BEGINS
Our Private Photographic Safaris are specially designed to give you a personal experience. And our Photographic Guide, Armand Grobler will ensure you have the best possible opportunity to take home that ‘once in a lifetime’ photo.
Armand is internationally recognised for his famous ‘Elephant Itch’ photo among other photos such as the ‘Green Crocodile’ and ‘Rhulani Leopard.’ He has won multiple awards for his photography as well as having his photos and articles published in books and on canvas prints.
Our Tailor-made Tours provide you with the opportunity to tell us where you want to go and what you want to do. This gives your safari that ultimate unique touch, making it a personalized tour.
Choose from a range of different locations and activities in and around the Kruger Park area. Then you can combine them to create your own unique African Safari Experience.
Nature has a wonderful way of surprising us on each safari. Even though we cannot promise particular sightings and animals, we do promise to give you the best possible opportunities to see your favourite animals. Plus, you won’t be disappointed by the pink and scarlet skies.
May it be a big male lion or a sly and secretive leopard or even the elusive African Wild Dogs, we always give our very best for your pleasure and convenience. Our saying at Rhulani Safaris is ‘always expect the unexpected!” Birders are also always welcome!
We understand the safari logistics and unique eco-tourism demand. At Rhulani Safaris, we pride ourselves on being a successful, quality, trustworthy and reliable company that always puts our guests’ interests above all.
All of our services and products are of the best quality to ensure your requirements are not only met but exceeded. Passion is the driving force behind our quality of service. All of our guides and staff are passionate about what they do and giving you the ultimate African safari experience!
Africa is a land of great diversity. In the Kruger region, we have scorching hot summers (November – March) and relatively warm daytime winters (June – August).
It is best to always bring the following:
Sun protection clothing (hat and sunglasses)
Light cotton clothing
Rain and wind jacket
Warm jacket and long trousers
Good pair of walking shoes
Lightweight flash light
Summer – November to March
Autumn – April to May
Winter – June to August
Spring – September and October
We have Summer rainfall and dry winters in the Kruger Park area
The standard gratuity (tipping) rate in South Africa is 10% when dining in restaurants with waiters and butlers.
At lodges and camps, a minimum of USD$10 per person per day is preferable (guide, tracker, chauffers, and housekeeping).
Local car guards at shopping centres and petrol station assistants can be given a silver coin for their assistance (R2 or R5).
Any other gratuity can be measured on the quality of service.