An African safari can be an expensive vacation proposition — many camps in prime game-viewing areas run close to four figures per person per night, and the multiple flights required to reach them ratchet up the cost even more. But a safari in Africa does not have to blow the bank, said Jenny Mikkelson, a safari specialist at Travel Beyond, a tour operator in Wayzata, Minnesota. “There are ways to drastically cut down on the cost of a safari,” she said.
"How to Find an Affordable Safari" is from the February 12, 2017 Travel section of The New York Times. It was written by Shivani Vora and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.