CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Nov. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- AfricanSafariHome.com – also known as ASH – recently rebranded their website and launched the 2017 guide to the best luxury safari lodges in South and East Africa.
"The 2017 guide highlights the leading properties in South & East Africa. These properties have been selected based on the overall guest experience, and not just the opulence factor," said Garth Wilby, founder of ASH.
The key focus at ASH is on South Africa, Botswana and Tanzania. The properties chosen in these countries combine luxurious design with attentive service and world-class game viewing.
In South Africa ASH covers a full range of luxury accommodation from Cape Town in the South, along the Garden Route and into the Kruger Park and Sun City. The Kruger Park is the most popular destination due to the abundance of wildlife and the Big 5 animals.
In Botswana ASH offers luxury accommodation in the Okavango Delta and the large Game Reserves. Elephant-back safaris provide an amazing opportunity to see wildlife up close in the wild.
In Tanzania, The Great Migration is the highlight reel and boasts over 2million animals crossing the plains of the Serengeti in search of grazing pastures. February to April is the best time of the year to see the Migration in one place as the wildebeest stop to give birth to over 400,000 calves each year.
Visit http://www.africansafarihome.com to see the best luxury safari lodges for 2017 or contact a friendly consultant to help plan your trip. You can also call ASH on +27-78-109-7611
In addition to luxury safari lodge reviews, ASH offers insightful information on the best times to travel, what to wear on safari and special getaway offers. Prices on the site are per person sharing, nightly. Rates for a luxury safari start at around $200 in the low season and can be up to $2,750 at the very top end of the market in the high season.
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