Sababu Safaris – Tanzania Gay Friendly Safaris

Sababu Safaris - Tanzania Gay Friendly Safaris

Tanzania Gay Friendly Safaris – Into the Wilderness

Sababu is an owner-run boutique company running Tanzania gay friendly safaris, with a small international team committed to creating unique journeys in this beautiful country that change hearts and minds, and leave a long-lasting impact on both guests and local communities alike. 

Where most African tour companies pledge to pour resources back into the community, Sababu allows guests to see the difference – and in most cases, make the difference themselves.

We unite conservation, communities and sustainable travel, creating unique, impactful experiences giving you the opportunity to completely immerse yourself in the culture. Our all-inclusive, private, transformational luxury tours take you deep into the isolated wilderness, connecting you with people that call Tanzania home.

The goal is to give visitors the opportunity to travel with purpose, hence the name Sababu – the Swahili word for “purpose”.

If you’re looking for a friendly African tour company, contact Sababu for the journey of a lifetime.

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Gay Friendly Safaris Along the Garden Route – The Globetrotter Guys

Gay Friendly Safaris - The Globetrotter Guys

During our time in South Africa we went on 3 safaris in total. For the first we flew to Johannesburg and headed to Kruger National Park which was incredible! However, when it comes to the garden route (and saving yourself a flight) we went to the following two gay friendly safaris.

Gay Friendly Safaris in the Sanbona Wildlife Reserve​

Sanbona Wildlife Reserve blew us away. This is a 5-star safari experience with a heavy focus on conservation, authenticity and environmental impact.

The 58-hectare reserve is completely open meaning that your guides have to actively track the wildlife. As a result, it becomes so much more exciting and authentic when you do spot one of their animals.

When it comes to the accommodation, we stayed at the Dwyka tented lodges. These were luxury lodges, with private outdoor jacuzzis where you could drink champagne under the stars.

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Explorer Kenya Tours and Travel Limited – Kenya Gay Friendly Safaris

Elephants at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro - Explorer Kenya Tours - Kenya Gay Friendly Safaris

Kenya Gay Friendly Safaris in East Africa

Our company is a destination management company offering Kenya gay friendly safaris in East Africa in the East Africa region.

We have been in operation for the last 14 years.

We specialize in luxury camping, photography, family, and honeymoon safaris, as well as Mount Kilimanjaro climbing treks.

7 Day Best of Kenya Safari

This is a seven day safari visiting the best Kenyan parks. Masai Mara has lots of wildlife including the big 5 animals – namely lions, elephants, cape buffalo, rhino and leopard. Lake Nakuru is famed for bird watching, while Amboseli is at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro with stunning mountain views..

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South African Wildlife Sanctuaries – The Globetrotter Guys

South African Wildlife Sanctuaries - The Globetrotter Guys

Without a doubt, one of the main draws of visiting South Africa is the native wildlife.

Almost as soon as you picture visiting South Africa – or Africa as a whole – images of iconic animals spring to mind – lions, zebras, elephants, rhinos, buffalo and cheetahs to name just a few.

Of course, the best way to view the local wildlife is in the wild. There are countless safaris to choose from, allowing you to see these animals in their natural habitat, such as Sanbona which we visited near to Cape Town.

However safaris can be quite expensive, span for a few days and there is of course no guarantee of sightings. So, for a lot of people, whether you are on a budget, or limited time, the next best alternative to see native wildlife is by visiting a wildlife sanctuary in South Africa. 

Choosing a South African Wildlife Sanctuary

When it comes to choosing among South Africa wildlife sanctuaries to visit, there are a few things to take into consideration.

  • First, where is the sanctuary located – is it easily accessible to where you are based or staying?
  • Secondly, what can you expect to see there? Does the sanctuary have permanent residents, or do the animals change?
  • And for us, most importantly of all, is the sanctuary ethical – and how so?

As we were lucky enough to spend 3 months in South Africa during 2019, we managed to visit quite a few different sanctuaries.

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