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Totally Wild Hen Dos

Hens on Safari


  • A luxury safari adventure
  • Africa's most majestic animals
  • A totally "wild" hen party
  • Memories that will last a lifetime

Hakuna Matata...

After months of wedding preparation, the bride-to-be might be in need of total relaxation ahead of the big day. Alternatively, she might be ready to get “wild” and celebrate with her closest friends on a big adventure with our hen party safari experience.

With four incredible destinations to choose from, this is the trip of a lifetime for any nature-loving bride-to-be and her adventure-seeking group of hens.

Elephants on a Safari

We have a range of safari experiences available from 3-day mobile safaris to a full week spent in some of the most spectacular unspoiled settings in the world. Our hen safari tours include some incredible locations:

  • Zambezi River
  • Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Hwange National Park
  • Lake Nakuru
  • Kruger National Park
  • Masai Mara
  • Mombasa
  • Tsavo National Park
  • Nairobi
  • Johannesburg
  • Crooks Corner
  • Limpopo River
  • Amboseli National Park
  • Crocodile Bridge

Available Safaris

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From camping under the stars to beautiful safari lodges, we’ll provide the complete safari experience so you can go in search of Africa’s famous 'Big Five'.

  • Lions - Panthera leo (scientific name) is the largest of the big cats and undisputed ruler of the African savannahs.
  • Leopards - Panthera pardus, they feast on gazelle, deer, wildebeest but very rarely brides.
  • Elephants - Loxodonta africana weighing up to 6000kg and standing at 3.3 metres these are one of the most spectacular sights on safari.
  • Rhinoceros - Rhinocerotidae, three of the five rhino species are endangered so a sighting of one of these beautiful creatures is not to be missed.
  • Buffalo - Syncerus caffer, if you thought you were having a bad hair day check out the parting on these horns.

There is a wealth of incredible wildlife to be seen on what really will be the trip of a lifetime – and we don’t chuck that saying around a lot! You’ll be creating memories with the bride that she will remember long after the last slice of wedding cake has been cut and the flowers start to look past their best. Make sure you have those cameras at the ready and a suitably jaunty hat (it's really not a proper safari unless you have a hat, as well as looking fierce, they're also really handy in the incredible mid-day heat). Always dreamed of being an Instagram traveller? This is your chance to live the fantasy as your feed fills up with quality, jealousy-inducing pictures that will always remind you of this fantastic, unique experience with your best gals.

This is most certainly not your average hen weekend and is one of our more opulent activities with a price tag to match. But like the African elephants you’ll be seeing, we’re all ears - and if you have any questions about how we can build a safari itinerary to suit your plans and budget, then please contact our team today to ask how we can work for you.

Safari top tips to get the most out of your bucket-list

  1. Pack like a pro - this isn’t just a sunscreen, hat and sunglasses situation, ladies. Check what medication and vaccinations you’ll need and think comfort and convenience over sophistication and class.
  2. Beware of bumpy roads! - a sports bra is essential for breast-blessed hens.
  3. Alarm clock cleverness - lay-ins are not advised as you can catch some of the best sunrises in the early mornings. Not to be missed for that Circle of Life moment.
  4. Save white for the big day - your favourite white jacket WILL be ruined by the end of the trip. Maybe give those white Converse a re-think?
  5. Don’t be scared to ask - your guides are there to help and give you the best experience possible. Don’t be afraid to ask them to stop so you can nab a cracking zebra shot (or twenty).
  6. Live in the moment - pictures are a great way to remember your trip, but a safari adventure is utterly unforgettable, so remember to keep one foot in reality for the fully immersive experience.
  7. Hydration, hydration, hydration - yes, definitely enjoy the vibrant bars and local wine, but also remember to fuel up with plenty of water. It’s not just good for your skin, but dehydration is a sure-fire way to ruin a safari trip.

There is something about safari life that makes you forget all your sorrows and feel as if you had drunk half a bottle of champagne - bubbling over with heartfelt gratitude for being alive.

Karen Blixen Author of: Out of Africa

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