Family Packages

Creating lasting memories with your family, with Lone Valley Safaris’ tailor-made family hunting package. This experience includes a family fun, and jam-packed adventure of a lifetime. 

What we offer:

  • Activities that suit the whole family
  • Hunting trips for smaller animals 
  • Introduction to hunting in Africa 
  • Accommodation and meals

Photo Safaris

Capture your adventure in Africa with our photo safari’s. Join our experienced guide for a trip into the African bush. The photo safaris offer you the chance to capture wildlife and nature that is unique to Africa.

What we offer:

  • Daily excursions 
  • Guided nature walks 
  • Day and night wildlife drives


Experience the African sunset, the smell of a bushveld fire, and the call of the African eagle with Lone Valley Safaris.

What we offer:

  • Daily excursions 
  • Guided nature walks 
  • Day and night wildlife drives

Travelling to South Africa

Travelling to a country for the first time is an adventure in and of itself. But travelling to South Africa is a lasting adventure. South Africa offers you a safe experience with access to the Big 5, various varieties of flora, and unique cultures. 

With nature at your doorstep, and a booming economy, South Africa offers you the best of both worlds. 

Here you’ll find everything you need to know about travelling to, and around South Africa.



English is one of eleven official languages in South Africa and is widely spoken.  



The national currency is the South African Rand. Most local stores and outfitters are equipped with credit or debit card facilities. Most major international credit cards are accepted, including Visa and Mastercard, while American Express and Diners Club may not be as widely accepted. ATMs and banks are widespread and will allow an easy conversion to South African Rand.

Leaving a tip is your way of saying thank you for the service. Tips are generally between 10-15% of the total bill. 


Health and wellness

Should you need any medical assistance, South Africa has a well-developed healthcare system with hospitals and surgeries available throughout the country. We recommend that you ensure your medical insurance is up to date before travelling. 

You will find Malaria in the northern parts and some of the eastern parts of the country. If you are planning to expand your adventure into the Kruger National Park and the low-lying areas of Kwa-Zulu Natal, we advise you to contact your healthcare provider about suitable medication before travelling to the country. 

South Africa requires all travellers journeying from, or transiting through, countries with risk of Yellow Fever transmission, to show proof of Yellow Fever vaccinations with a valid vaccination certificate. 


Access to basic facilities

In urban areas, South Africa has safe and clean drinking water. We recommend you use bottled water when travelling to remote areas. With temperatures sometimes rising to above 30C, it is important to keep yourself hydrated. 


General travelling tips

Some nationalities require a visa upon entering South Africa. Contact your local South African Embassy to confirm if they have any special visa requirements. 

Your safety is our top concern. We advise you to always be aware of your surroundings and to always be vigilant. The South African Police Service is available at +27 8600 10111.