Take a Small Group Safari in Africa with Bunnik

Bunnik    24 October, 2018    Barb Durance   

Zebra Stripes by Veronica Taylor, Bunnik Africa

Africa is an amazing continent offering incredible safaris and interesting cultures, but with so much to see it’s hard to know where to start. With Bunnik Tours, you can relax on your African adventure with a seamless, stress-free holiday experience in a small group of like-minded Australian travellers.

If you’ve ever planned your own holiday, you know just how fun it can be, but it can also be stressful, time consuming, and without local knowledge it’s hard to know what the best places to visit are!

Game Viewing Excursions, Chobe Princess, with Bunnik

Bunnik know Africa well, and use this knowledge to create special experiences that they include on all their tours. What makes these experiences even more special is they simply are not possible with larger group sizes. Imagine taking a scenic flight over the incredible Okavango Delta with amazing views of the expanded waterways and game below. Think of the thrill of seeing endemic wildlife while hiking through Simien Mountains, or the excitement of a magical encounter with wild mountain gorillas!

Rwanda Gorilla, Bunnik Africa

Pioneers of the small group touring concept, Bunnik has a maximum group size of just 12 passengers in Africa. This allows them to be flexible to adapt to local conditions and give you more time with your local guide. It also means that when on safari you are guaranteed a great view – without having to jostle for position! In most cases Bunnik use 7-person 4WDS with 6 people in each so everyone gets a window seat. And with a maximum of just two safari vehicles per group, there definitely won’t be any long convoys or waiting for people to catch up.

Bunnik Tours have just launched their Africa 2019/20 small group touring program and are offering an earlybird discount of $500 per person for all new bookings made by 25 January 2019.

*Conditions apply.

Barb Durance
Barb Durance PR & Marketing Manager Barb is PR and Marketing Manager at Global Journeys, responsible for creating and executing the company's overall PR and marketing strategy for our brand. She loves to travel with her family, has lived in New Zealand and the UK and is now at home in Noosa. View all posts by Barb Durance