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Accessible and Wheelchair Friendly South African Safaris

Bringing the Safari to you! Accessible Safaris

South Africa is one of the most diverse and enchanting countries in the world which everyone deserves to enjoy. Exotic combinations of landscapes, people, history and culture offer the mobility challenged and able-bodied traveler a unique and inspiring experience. We at Access2Africa Safaris have opened doors to more exciting adventures to places off the beaten track. Whether you are able bodied or mobility challenged we will ensure your visit to our rainbow nation is a never to be forgotten experience

Venues & Safaris

All venues are specially selected for their suitability. Most of all, however, we know that all mobility challenged persons are very special people and it will be our pleasure to host you and ensure that your visit to South Africa is an amazing and never to be forgotten experience!

Our Tours & Transport

Our tours specialize in KwazuluNatal from Durban, Africa’s exciting seaside playground and tropical paradise in the sun. Durban is the gateway to the Midland Meander, Dolphin Coast and The Elephant Coast. Our Kingdom of Zululand is a holiday destination unlike no other.

Our Experience

You will be able to relax and know that you will be given our personalised attention which is born of our own experiences and excellent understanding of the needs of mobility challenged. We also have personally experienced the various venues; above all we will ensure that your tour is to the most suitable.

Contact Information

Telephone 
+27 72 585 4127 (Feel free to Whatsapp)
+27 71 675 3291

E-mail
info@access2africasafaris.com
jennae@vodamail.co.za

What We Do

Safaris and tours for all travelers including families with children, individuals, groups and honeymooners. We specialize in wheelchair friendly and accessible tours, safaris and travel for the disabled, handicapped and mobility challenged including deaf (hearing challenged) and blind (visually challenged) guests.

Awards

    • Experience, Hearing – Access2AfricaSafaris
    • Experience, Visibility – Access2AfricaSafaris
    • Experience, Mobility – Access2AfricaSafaris

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17 lesser-known facts about South Africa:1. South Africa is home to the world's largest themed resort hotel, The Palace of the Lost City, located in Sun City. The hotel is inspired by the myth of a lost African kingdom and features opulent architecture, luxurious accommodations, and a host of recreational facilities.2. The highest commercial bungee jump in the world is located at the Bloukrans Bridge in South Africa's Eastern Cape province. Jumpers plummet 216 meters (709 feet) into the Bloukrans River gorge, experiencing an adrenaline rush like no other.3. South Africa is one of the few countries in the world to have hosted the FIFA World Cup, the Rugby World Cup, and the Cricket World Cup. The country's love for sports and its ability to host major international events showcase its diverse sporting culture.4. The Vredefort Dome, located in the Free State province, is the oldest and largest meteorite impact site in the world. Formed over two billion years ago, the dome is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a glimpse into Earth's geological history.5. South Africa is home to the world's largest hand-dug mine, the Big Hole in Kimberley. Dug by hand by thousands of miners over a period of several decades, the Big Hole is a testament to the perseverance and ingenuity of South Africa's early mining communities.6. The Soweto Gospel Choir, formed in the township of Soweto, has won multiple Grammy Awards and garnered international acclaim for its powerful performances of traditional African gospel music. The choir's uplifting harmonies and vibrant energy have captivated audiences around the world.7. South Africa is one of the world's leading producers of platinum, gold, and chromium. The country's mineral wealth has played a significant role in its economy and has attracted investment from mining companies around the globe.8. The Cape Floral Kingdom, located in the Western Cape province, is the smallest but richest of the world's six floral kingdoms. It is home to over 9,000 plant species, many of which are found nowhere else on Earth, making it a biodiversity hotspot of global significance.9. South Africa is home to the largest population of ostriches in the world. These flightless birds are farmed for their meat, leather, and feathers, and can be seen roaming the semi-arid regions of the country.10. The Western Cape town of Oudtshoorn is known as the "Ostrich Capital of the World." It was once the center of the global ostrich feather trade, which reached its peak in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.11. The Drakensberg Mountains in KwaZulu-Natal are home to some of the best-preserved rock art sites in the world. These ancient paintings, created by the San people thousands of years ago, provide valuable insights into their cultural beliefs and way of life.12. South Africa is home to the world's largest population of rhinoceroses, both white and black. These iconic animals are facing severe threats from poaching, habitat loss, and human-wildlife conflict, making conservation efforts critical for their survival.13. The Karoo region of South Africa is home to the largest collection of fossils dating back to the Permian Period, over 250 million years ago. Fossils found in the Karoo Basin provide important clues about the evolution of early vertebrates and the ancient landscapes of Gondwana.14. The town of Cullinan, near Pretoria, is home to the Cullinan Diamond Mine, where the largest gem-quality diamond ever discovered was found in 1905. Known as the Cullinan Diamond, it weighed over 3,100 carats in its rough state and was later cut into several famous diamonds, including the Great Star of Africa.15. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, straddling the border between South Africa and Botswana, is one of the largest conservation areas in Africa. It is renowned for its stunning desert landscapes, diverse wildlife, and unique predator-prey interactions, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts and photographers.16. South Africa is home to the world's second-largest brewing company by volume, SABMiller. Founded in Johannesburg in 1895, SABMiller produces a wide range of popular beer brands, including Castle Lager, Carling Black Label, and Hansa Pilsener.17. The South African city of Bloemfontein is known as the "City of Roses" due to its abundance of rose gardens and annual rose festivals. Bloemfontein's mild climate and fertile soil provide ideal conditions for growing roses, making it a picturesque destination for garden enthusiasts. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

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17 lesser-known facts about South Africa:1. South Africa is home to the world's largest themed resort hotel, The Palace of the Lost City, located in Sun City. The hotel is inspired by the myth of a lost African kingdom and features opulent architecture, luxurious accommodations, and a host of recreational facilities.2. The highest commercial bungee jump in the world is located at the Bloukrans Bridge in South Africa's Eastern Cape province. Jumpers plummet 216 meters (709 feet) into the Bloukrans River gorge, experiencing an adrenaline rush like no other.3. South Africa is one of the few countries in the world to have hosted the FIFA World Cup, the Rugby World Cup, and the Cricket World Cup. The country's love for sports and its ability to host major international events showcase its diverse sporting culture.4. The Vredefort Dome, located in the Free State province, is the oldest and largest meteorite impact site in the world. Formed over two billion years ago, the dome is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers a glimpse into Earth's geological history.5. South Africa is home to the world's largest hand-dug mine, the Big Hole in Kimberley. Dug by hand by thousands of miners over a period of several decades, the Big Hole is a testament to the perseverance and ingenuity of South Africa's early mining communities.6. The Soweto Gospel Choir, formed in the township of Soweto, has won multiple Grammy Awards and garnered international acclaim for its powerful performances of traditional African gospel music. The choir's uplifting harmonies and vibrant energy have captivated audiences around the world.7. South Africa is one of the world's leading producers of platinum, gold, and chromium. The country's mineral wealth has played a significant role in its economy and has attracted investment from mining companies around the globe.8. The Cape Floral Kingdom, located in the Western Cape province, is the smallest but richest of the world's six floral kingdoms. It is home to over 9,000 plant species, many of which are found nowhere else on Earth, making it a biodiversity hotspot of global significance.9. South Africa is home to the largest population of ostriches in the world. These flightless birds are farmed for their meat, leather, and feathers, and can be seen roaming the semi-arid regions of the country.10. The Western Cape town of Oudtshoorn is known as the "Ostrich Capital of the World." It was once the center of the global ostrich feather trade, which reached its peak in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.11. The Drakensberg Mountains in KwaZulu-Natal are home to some of the best-preserved rock art sites in the world. These ancient paintings, created by the San people thousands of years ago, provide valuable insights into their cultural beliefs and way of life.12. South Africa is home to the world's largest population of rhinoceroses, both white and black. These iconic animals are facing severe threats from poaching, habitat loss, and human-wildlife conflict, making conservation efforts critical for their survival.13. The Karoo region of South Africa is home to the largest collection of fossils dating back to the Permian Period, over 250 million years ago. Fossils found in the Karoo Basin provide important clues about the evolution of early vertebrates and the ancient landscapes of Gondwana.14. The town of Cullinan, near Pretoria, is home to the Cullinan Diamond Mine, where the largest gem-quality diamond ever discovered was found in 1905. Known as the Cullinan Diamond, it weighed over 3,100 carats in its rough state and was later cut into several famous diamonds, including the Great Star of Africa.15. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, straddling the border between South Africa and Botswana, is one of the largest conservation areas in Africa. It is renowned for its stunning desert landscapes, diverse wildlife, and unique predator-prey interactions, making it a paradise for nature enthusiasts and photographers.16. South Africa is home to the world's second-largest brewing company by volume, SABMiller. Founded in Johannesburg in 1895, SABMiller produces a wide range of popular beer brands, including Castle Lager, Carling Black Label, and Hansa Pilsener.17. The South African city of Bloemfontein is known as the "City of Roses" due to its abundance of rose gardens and annual rose festivals. Bloemfontein's mild climate and fertile soil provide ideal conditions for growing roses, making it a picturesque destination for garden enthusiasts. ... See MoreSee Less
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"My husband and I recently vacationed in South Africa, Dave was our guide for the 11 day visit. Our initial impression of Dave, when meeting us at King Shaka Airport, was that he was friendly, polite and knew how to handle a person confined to a wheelchair. Note my husband is paraplegic who likes to be independent. Dave informed us that he would be with us for the entirety of our stay. This was a little concerning as we have dealt with many guides over the years, some were somewhat overbearing. This was certainly not the case with Dave. It became very apparent that this gentleman was incredibly proud of both his country and his job. He was happy to share insights into South Africa, both urban and rural life. He was extremely knowledgeable regarding the wildlife we encountered."
Dave Rudderheim
Canada
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