February Newsletter

February Newsletter

February Newsletter

Karibu Rafiki!

That is to say, Welcome Friend, welcome to Safari West!

It is our great honor to invite you to our wildlife preserve and African campground. Please join us and experience the spirit of Africa, right here in wine country. We built Safari West to be a place of wonder and learning; a place where you can experience true African wilderness without needing to board a plane. Here you can go on safari and see animals roaming wild and soaring free, just like they do in the wilds of Africa.

Part of the wonder of a real African safari is experiencing a wilderness that doesn’t end when the tour does. A night spent in the bush will change your world as you lie down to sleep serenaded by the sounds of the African night. To let you experience this here, we built a luxury African-style camp right in the center of our preserve. To hear our guests talk about their overnight experience is a true pleasure. There is nothing quite like sinking into a plush mattress in a luxurious tent-cabin as our resident birds and beasts sing their wild lullabies. Our tents come from Lobatse, Botswana and were designed for the bush. Sturdy canvas walls and wooden supports make up the structure but you won’t be “roughing it” here. Each tent comes with full or king-sized beds, polished hardwood floors, custom furniture, a private viewing deck, and most exciting of all, en-suite bathrooms. That’s shower, sink, and toilet, right there in your tent!

We love that families come here to embrace the natural world. We love it that you take the opportunity to learn and explore together. We are all about forging personal connections between explorers and crafting authentic experiences in nature.  This is our vision come to life.

Thank you letting us share our dream with you and again, karibu rafiki!

Peter and Nancy Lang
Founders of Safari West

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