23-01-2019 by Camilla Frasca Caccia
Is it quick to ask "how much does a safari cost"?
But it's not as quick to answer.
This is because the question is very general, safari can mean many things, even very different from each other, and this also happens when we talk about the same duration, and sometimes even the same, apparently equal, itinerary.
More and more often we read, especially on social networks, questions and requests for information that simply ask the price of a safari, as if a safari was a mass-produced object, always the same, buyable, identical, everywhere at any supplier.
It's a bit like asking how much a horse costs, it depends.
There are young and old horses, racehorses or nags.
It may not seem like a good example, but if you think about it, it does fit.
In fact there are two-day safaris in minibuses in eight and without a guide, and private safaris for two people with a professional guide in Land Cruiser, safaris that provide accommodation in large tourist facilities from $ 60 per night and safaris that provide accommodation in private corners of the savannah very exclusive from $ 600 per night.
And here the example of the horse is starting to fit better.
Using another metaphor, asking how much a safari costs is like asking how much it costs to go to the Caribbean by sea, it's one thing to do it on a tourist cruise and another thing to do it on a private sailboat with a crew available.
Then it is obvious that the sea is the same for everyone, as is the savannah, but unlike the sea, in the savannah even the routes and times have a decisive weight in assessing the quality of a safari.
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