Next adventure: Safari

Words by Caryn Parker, Travelcheck Head of Sales and Product
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Imagine waking up to the sound of birds singing, while the sun gently streams through the windows, the smell of fresh rain fills the air and as you step outside onto your deck you are greeted by the sight of warthogs, wildebeest and giraffe casually strolling past, as they gather at a watering hole on your doorstep. It sounds like an incredible dream, right? But this is what a safari trip is truly like in this beautiful country that we are lucky enough to call home. 

The Swahili word safari appropriately means journey, originally from the Arabic adjective (safar) meaning a journey, travelling, touring or voyaging. 

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