You can book an all-inclusive safari holiday in most of Africa’s top destinations, but it’s worth keeping in mind that all-inclusive accommodation packages are common for lodges and resorts while most hotels offer bed and breakfast rates. Depending on the mix of accommodations and attractions in your itinerary, your Africa safari vacation may well include a stopover in a hotel on a bed and breakfast basis. For 100 percent all-inclusive tour packages, browse our sample safaris.
A note on all-inclusive accommodation: you pay a set daily rate that covers your room, tent or suite, all your meals, snacks and standard drinks plus your standard game viewing activities – such as game drives and guided nature walks – or non-mechanised water sports at a beach resort. The set daily rate might seem expensive until you consider that you won’t pay for anything else on your safari except tips, souvenirs and if you choose to order imported or rare liquor, or an optional activity, like hot air ballooning or deep sea fishing. In that light, an all-inclusive Africa safari vacation package is excellent value for money.