“To travel is to live!”- this slogan from the new travel site, Safiri, caught our eye the other day and reminded us how important a vacation is when you feel like you deserve it. Safiri Travels has you covered with the top spots go to and events to see, in order to make the most out of your visit on a budget!
Safiri provides you with the best-priced deal, whether you decide to explore and compile your own destination options or pick one of the set packages already created. Regardless, you’re guaranteed to pay the lowest possible price for a trip to that area and get to travel like a local. So you know what that means! No tourist prices or deals.
Safiri was born in Tanzania, Africa, and because the agency realizes how untapped some of the locales around the world is to others (in remote areas and in metropolises), it’s important to bring the world to as many of these areas as possible. Everyone should be able to plan a relaxing getaway with their friends how they see fit without a hassle. This 2019, we’re not limiting ourselves; let’s chant that, shall we!
Having personally decided to see parts of the good old South African lands with the family, I’ve had a chance to check out some of their best deals:
Explore the an activity packed metropolitan Cape Town:
A five day stay jam-packed with unique Capetonian experience to expose you to some of the scenic spaces in the city and captivating experiences to check off on your bucket list. From bar crawling, hikes, shopping to sea or sky tour adventures, your trip will uncomparably be one to remember.
Get the chance to climb the tallest free-standing mountain in Africa:
This trip is particularly a challenging one due to altitude and other health reasons, however ages of those who have successfully made it to the highest peak range from 10-50 so you know you can do it if you put your mind to it! If you have an appreciation for nature, beautiful scenery and are a risk-taker or want to challenge yourself in life, this trip is for you! Once you’re at the top nothing in lower lands seems nearly as interesting including your Instagram or twitter notifications, I promise you. There’s just such a sense of freedom and peace. When you come back down your perspective of life is different, in a cleansed way.
See the big five at Maasai Mara Safari campsite in Kenya:
The national reserve is named after the Maasai tribe in Kenya in honor of the Maasai people and their description of the area when looked at from afar: “mara”, which is Maasai for spotted. It is one of Africa’s highest wildlife density region for predators. The land not only serves as a shelter for thousands of species such as Lions, Leopards, Cheetahs and more, but also preserve a particular route for these animals to move during the great migration from the Serengeti to Maasai Mara and back, recognized as one of the most spectacular wildlife events on the planet. The migration is a continuous route that is followed by an over 1.5 million wildebeests and thousands of zebras, gazelles, and elands.
A chance to help build and solidify a community in Northern Tanzania:
Community work is a great way to get away from your daily routine of priorities or responsibilities in search of achievement that stems from a different scope of activities. We all know community work means helping others. You might be thinking “I help others in lots of different ways: working hard to provide for my family, give my employees a job and sense of purpose, help the kids in my neighborhood”. While all those things make you feel whole – forgetting your everyday grind and delving into a completely unfamiliar world yields a different sense of gratification, because it’s a different experience you gain a novel appreciation for the moment and in that you’re learning about a system you’re not always around and giving back to that takes a lot of heart & courage.