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Wilderness Enhances Solo Travel Safaris

Wilderness has enhanced its solo travel offering by waiving the single supplement fees on all new bookings in 2024 or 2025*, encouraging solo travellers to experience Africa’s wild beauty and the excitement of an independent safari journey. 

Valid for travel outside of the high and festive seasons in both 2024 and 2025, the waived single supplement fee for solo travellers eliminates any extra charges for individuals travelling alone or accompanying couples or families. During these off-peak seasons, Wilderness provides the perfect backdrop for unique wildlife sightings at more affordable rates, with fewer guests, while still showcasing the bush in its prime. 

“We’re witnessing an increased number of solo travellers being drawn to Africa as a standout destination. Whether it’s the thrill of adventure, once-in-a-lifetime sightings or the quest for self-renewal, our safaris across the continent offer unparalleled experiences for those traveling alone. Our expert hospitality teams are also pros at tailor-making every experience to suit each guest’s specific needs, whether they’re seeking camaraderie or solitude”, said Alexandra Margull, Wilderness Chief Operations Officer. 

With the assurance that Wilderness will take care of all the details, solo travellers can immerse themselves fully in the sights and sounds of the African wild, travelling with complete peace of mind. “Thanks to our meet-and-greet services and 24/7 support, safety and wellbeing is paramount, and our guests can rest assured that we’ve got them covered every step of the way”, she added.

Each Wilderness journey offers travellers the freedom to explore at their own pace and to immerse themselves in new cultures, while maintaining their preferences. Guests can enjoy complete control over their itinerary with the add-ons of private game vehicles and guiding options available. For those who prefer to be grouped with others for shared adventures and sunset safari sundowners, the luxury suites back in camp offer the perfect retreat for some well-earned rest and personal space.

*Ts&Cs apply

Click here to read Wilderness’ 5 Tips for Solo Travel to Africa.

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