Is it possible to go on safari without the risk of contracting malaria? Malaria-carrying mosquitos occur through most of the savannah regions of Sub-Saharan Africa, but there are some safari areas that are free from malaria. If you don't wish to take anti-malaria prophylactics, or you are traveling with young children, then consider heading to one of the following bush camps, game lodges, parks and reserves in no-risk malaria regions in Africa. You can experience a quality African safari without the headache!
Buffalo Ridge is a wholly community owned camp in the Madikwe Game Reserve. The lodge is a pioneering project that gives the local Balete community (of the Batswana tribe) their own lodge and the direct transfer of benefits from ecotourism to the rural community. The camp is set along a rocky ridge with magnificent views of the bushveld basin below.…Enquire Now
Dwyka Tented Lodge is a luxury tented camp situated in the heart on the expansive Sanbona Private Game Reserve in the rugged Karoo. The main lodge is a blend of traditional stone and rock with internal modern furnishings throughout. The entire camp looks on to a naturally formed horseshoe gorge. The nine tented suites are superbly spacious and adequately private…Enquire Now
Gorah Elephant Camp is situated on a small private concession within the prime game viewing area of the Addo Elephant National Park and provides for a classic safari experience. Productive game drives are taken on both the concession and the public roads within the park. The basic yet luxurious camp is based around an historical homestead (with certain buildings in…Enquire Now