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South Discovery With Wild Life Safari at Casela Park with Lunch

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Our tour promises a journey beyond the ordinary, weaving through hidden paths and revealing the untold stories of each place we visit by our driver-guide. From Casela Park where there is your Tulawaka Ride and a wild life safari tour included as well as there is a lot of animals to discover there such as Lions, tigers, camels, etc... following with a Typical Mauritian 3 course Meal Lunch. To a few breathtaking viewpoints such as the Gorges Viewpoint, Alexandra Falls as well as Grand Bassin. This tour has been well planned with the best itinerary for you.

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South Discovery With Wild Life Safari at Casela Park with Lunch: $50

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  • Gratuities (optional)

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  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

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  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Specialized infant seats are available
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • Suitable for all physical fitness levels

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Casela Park – where to walk with lions in Mauritius

  • Last updated on  12 January, 2023

Casela Park in Mauritius (Casela Park) is an amazing park of nature and recreation, spread over an area of ​​250 hectares off the western coast of Mauritius, near the resort of Flic-en-Flac . It was founded in 1979 as a way to save land with unique vegetation from agricultural development and to preserve rare species of birds that live here. Over time, the collection of animals and plants grew, the park was opened to visitors, and it became one of the most visited places in Mauritius .

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Visit of the Casela Nature Park – World of Adventures

The Mauritius Casela Park is a real nature and adventure park. It is located besides the Rempart Mountain on the South-West of Mauritius offering magnificent views of the countryside rolling down the west coast of Mauritius.

The park includes four thematic worlds: Safari, Nature, Mountain and Water, as well as a hub for discovery and learning.

Safari Kingdom : Quad, Photo-Safari, dedicated area for Big Cats, Elephants and suitable for safaris and interactions with Giraffes. Nature Kingdom: Bird Park, Canopy Park, Animal show. Mountain Kingdom : Canyoning, Via Ferrata, Zip Lines, Climbing Wall Water Kingdom : Wave pool, Toboggans (children and adults), a lagoon as well as an artificial river. Discovery Centre : 4D Cinema, discovery of natural science and History of Mauritius through giant 3D Maps.

You can experience many activities in the park like:

Toboggan - Experience a thrilling fun ride on the first toboggan slide in Mauritius, zigzagging your way through the tubby slide together with your family, friends and kids. The Toboggan includes two slides placed on a slope on which one slips with buoys. The first spans 1.80m, with turns and twists. The other, a little stiff and fast ending with a bump taking you up in the air landing on a gigantic buoy. Walk thru tahe aviary - Walk through the bird aviary and interact with various colorful bird species from around the world. Safari photo - Find yourself face-to-face with zebras, ostriches, deer, African antelopes and all their neighbors during a unique 45 minutes safari tour taking you to the Mauritian savannah onboard one of the safari vehicles.

Big Cats viewing - For Big Cats lovers, this is a dream come true! Far from the African savannah, experience the thrill of coming close to the King and other big cats! Included in the ticket price is the visit to the Big Cats park where you would enjoy a close view of the lions, cheetahs and tigers.

Giraffe viewing - Come face to face with majestically animals for a unique viewing experience Kid’s playground - A new kid’s playground that will offer sensation to the young ones! A classic dome, a 5 way swing, a spire net, a climbing wall, springers, and seesaws among other adventures…

Petting farm - An ideal setting for people of all ages, especially children to interact with farm animals such as dears, rabbits, fawn and their other friends at the mini farm offering a touching experience. A great way for the young ones to learn about the animals and get closer to nature.

Additional activities offered at the Park :

* Interaction with Lions and Cheetahs * Walking with Lions * Quad Biking * Segway Excursion * Zip Lines Excursion * Exclusive Safari Jeep Trip

Duration of the total visit to the park is of around 3 hours. Of course, in case of having additional activities at the park, then the duration of the entire visit will be longer. The park is open every day except on the 25th December and 1st January

Package include : * Entry tickets Transfers from and to hotel

Package not include : *Lunch * Activities prices *Personal Expenses *Lunch and drinks

Price per person Adult:95 USD Price per Child (ages 2-11):45 USD Price per Child (ages 0-2): Free of charge

Casela activities prices :

  • WALK WITH LIONS -125 USD ADULT (Cond apply)
  • SINGLE QUAD /BUGGY -85 USD -1 HOUR *Cond apply
  • DOUBLE QUAD /BUGGY -80 USD -1 HOUR * Cond apply
  • SINGLE QUAD /BUGGY -105 USD -2 HOURS
  • DOUBLE QUAD /BUGGY -85 USD -2 HOURS
  • SEGWAY -45 USD PER PERSON
  • ZIPLINE 400 M -35 USD
  • ZIPLINE FULL DAY -90 USD
  • CANYON SWING -15 USD
  • VIA FERRATA -55 US
  • VIA FERRATASWIM AND PICNIC – 95 USD
  • CANYONING HALF DAY -85 USD
  • CANYONING SWIM AND PICNIC -120 USD
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  • Opening Days: All Days (except 25th Dec & 1st Jan)
  • Opening hours: 8:30am – 5:00pm
  • Park’s location:  Cascavelle, Mauritius
  • Main attractions: Walk-thru Aviary, Safari Bus Tour, Zip Lining, Petting Farm, Big Cats, Walk with Lions & more
  • Transport: Offered as supplement ~ View rates
  • Child seat: No charge for any first seat ordered
  • Transport options: Large Cars, Minibuses (3 sizes) , Coaster-Buses, VIP Cars & SUVs
  • Free Cancellation:  up to 24-hours in advance

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CASELA PARK: A WORLD OF ADVENTURES

Embark on an exhilarating journey through the Casela Nature Park in Mauritius, where nature’s wonders unfold at every turn. Nestled in the heart of this tropical paradise, Casela Nature Park offers a unique blend of thrilling wildlife encounters, breathtaking landscapes, and adrenaline-pumping activities. Whether you are a nature enthusiast, an adventure seeker, or simply looking for a memorable experience, Casela Nature Park is sure to leave you awe-inspired. Join us as we explore the hidden treasures and remarkable attractions of this extraordinary destination.

Casela Nature Park in Mauritius: An Introduction

Mauritius, known for its pristine beaches and turquoise waters, also boasts an enchanting wildlife sanctuary – Casela Nature Park. Situated in the Rivière Noire District on the western coast of the island, Casela Nature Park sprawls over 250 hectares of lush greenery and is home to a diverse range of flora and fauna.

At Casela Nature Park, visitors can delve into the rich biodiversity of Mauritius, encountering fascinating animals, exploring captivating landscapes, and engaging in thrilling adventures. The park’s commitment to conservation and education has made it a renowned eco-tourism destination, attracting nature enthusiasts from all corners of the globe.

Casela Nature Park in Mauritius: Unveiling the Attractions

1. majestic wildlife safari.

Embark on a captivating journey through the park’s wildlife safari, where you can witness exotic animals roaming freely in their natural habitats. From mighty lions and graceful zebras to curious giraffes and cheeky monkeys, the safari promises an up-close encounter with these magnificent creatures.

2. Walk with the Lions

Feel the adrenaline rush as you embark on an extraordinary adventure of walking with lions. Under the guidance of experienced handlers, you can experience the thrill of being in the presence of these majestic predators while learning about their behavior and conservation efforts.

3. Bird Sanctuary: A Colorful Haven

Step into a world of vibrant feathers and melodic chirping at Casela’s Bird Sanctuary. With over 150 species of birds, including the rare Pink Pigeon and the endemic Mauritius Kestrel, this sanctuary is a paradise for bird lovers and avid photographers alike.

4. World of Adventure: Thrills Await

For those seeking an adrenaline-pumping experience, Casela Nature Park offers a myriad of adventure activities. Test your courage and conquer the heights with ziplining, go on an off-road quad biking expedition, or soar above the park on a thrilling zip coaster. The possibilities for adventure are endless.

5. Safari Quad Biking: Roaring through the Wilderness

Hop on a powerful quad bike and set off on an exhilarating safari adventure. Navigate through rugged terrains, lush forests, and cascading rivers as you embrace the thrill of off-road quad biking. This activity is perfect for adventure enthusiasts craving a taste of excitement amidst the park’s natural wonders.

6. Camel Safari: An Unforgettable Ride

Transport yourself to the arid landscapes of Africa with a unique camel safari experience. Hop on the hump of these gentle giants and traverse the park while enjoying breathtaking views of the surroundings. It’s an unforgettable journey that combines adventure with tranquility.

7. Segway Safari: Glide through Nature

Embrace the future of eco-friendly transportation with a Segway safari. Glide effortlessly through the park, soaking in the picturesque landscapes and spotting wildlife along the way. This futuristic adventure is not only exhilarating but also leaves minimal impact on the environment.

8. Casela Nature Park: An Aviary Paradise

Enter the world of colorful wings at Casela’s Aviary, where a diverse array of bird species awaits. Walk through the enclosures, surrounded by fluttering feathers and melodious tunes, as you learn about the different avian species and their unique behaviors.

9. Kids’ Playground: Fun for the Little Ones

Casela Nature Park is a destination for the whole family to enjoy. The park’s dedicated kids’ playground offers a range of exciting activities, including trampolines, giant slides, and even a petting farm. Let your little ones explore and make unforgettable memories amidst nature’s embrace.

10. Canyoning: Conquer the Rapids

For the adventure seekers craving an adrenaline rush, canyoning at Casela Nature Park is an ideal choice. Descend down natural waterfalls, navigate through cascading rivers, and conquer the rapids as you immerse yourself in an unforgettable canyoning experience. It’s an adventure that will leave you breathless and yearning for more.

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IMPORTANT NOTICE

Entrance tickets need be purchased on the spot at Casela Park. Your driver will provide necessary assistance once you arrive at the park. Please note that some paid-activities may necessitate advanced booking at Casela Nature Park. We highly recommend you to book your paid-activities on their official website or by phone on (+230) 401 65 00 for further information.

FREE ACTIVITIES INCLUDED IN THE ENTRANCE TICKET

  • Toboggan( Avalanche mines):  a thrilling fun ride on the first toboggan slide in Mauritius. The toboggan includes two slides on a slope from where one slides with buoys.
  • Walk Thru Aviary:  Walk through the bird aviary and discover various colorful bird species from around the world.
  • Photo Safari:  A safe and unique safari bus tour that brings you face-to-face with zebras, ostriches, African antelopes, white rhinoceros, impalas and kudus. A photographer will be there to immortalize the moment.
  • Big Cats Viewing:  For big cat lovers this is a dream come true! Visit the Big Cats’ Park to enjoy a close view of the lions, caracals and tigers.
  • Giraffe Viewing:  Come face-to-face with majestically animals for a unique viewing experience.
  • Camel Viewing:  Meet the camels, one of the friendliest and most loving animal
  • Kid’s Playground:  A new kid’s playground, covered with golden sand, the playground offers climbing frames, slides and a giant train, among others
  • Petting Farm:  Ideal setting for people of all ages – especially children – to interact with farm animals.
  • 3D Interactive Map:  Discovery of natural science and the history of Mauritius through giant 3D Maps.
  • Tulawaka (New!) – An exciting fun ride on a safe coater while enjoying the panoramic view.

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TAXI COST TO CASELA PARK

We provide reliable round-trip transportation to Casela Park at affordable rates . You can have a glimpse of our taxi prices to Casela Nature Park below. Please use the quote request feature to send us the number of people travelling, pickup location & approximate waiting time. Our team will get back to you within 12 hours with a proper quote. No hidden fees. You only pay what you have been quoted for.

Prices indicated below are per group , not per person.

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About CASELA NATURE PARK, Cascavelle Mauritius

Contact details of the park.

  • Website:  http://www.caselaparks.com/
  • Email:  [email protected]
  • Phone: +2304016500

Casela World of Adventures stands as the premier tourist attraction in Mauritius and the entire Indian Ocean, captivating both locals and visitors of all ages since its establishment in 1979. This captivating adventure park remains open throughout the year, except for Christmas and New Year’s Day. Nestled amidst the sugar cane fields on the picturesque west coast of the island, with the majestic Mount Rempart serving as its scenic backdrop, Casela draws its name from the local language, where “Lakaz-la” signifies “House.” Initially established as a sanctuary for birds, the park evolved from the visionary efforts of a group of passionate nature enthusiasts determined to preserve the trees on the site and repurpose them within the park’s confines.

Casela World of Adventures guarantees a wholesome and delightful experience for families, honeymooners, and groups alike. It offers a plethora of exhilarating adventures to choose from, ranging from thrilling African safaris and captivating encounters with majestic big cats to the exclusive dry slides found only on the island, alpine roller coasters, and breathtaking zip lines. Moreover, the western part of Mauritius stands as the sole location worldwide where one can embark on an early morning swim with dolphins, partake in camel safaris during the day, and engage in leisurely walks with lions in the afternoon.

Prepare to be enthralled by the diverse array of activities we continually develop to maintain the allure of our adventure park as a whole. As of now, we extend a unique opportunity to feed our graceful giraffes, vibrant parrots, and even our endearing dwarf hippopotamus, Athens. Embark on our African Safari to witness the splendid wildlife of Africa through enthralling safaris, Quad or Segway tours. Alternatively, you may choose to traverse the rugged terrain of the park on horseback or embark on our exclusive camel excursion!

Situated in the vibrant western region of Mauritius, Casela World of Adventures occupies a central position within the Medine Group’s extensive developments. Within a convenient 5-minute drive lies the Cascavelle shopping center, while the Tamarina Golf Club and Tamarina Boutique Hotel can be reached within a mere 10-minute drive. This region is experiencing rapid growth, with plans for an integrated ecological city set to materialize in the coming years.

Casela Nature Park is an eco-tourism destination that provides an immersive experience in the heart of nature. The park aims to promote environmental conservation and educate visitors about the importance of preserving the delicate ecosystems found in Mauritius. Whether you’re a nature lover, an adventure enthusiast, or a family seeking a fun day out, Casela Nature Park has something to offer everyone.

History and background of Casela Nature Park

Established in 1979, Casela Nature Park has a rich history that dates back several decades. Originally intended as a bird sanctuary, the park has since evolved into a premier tourist attraction that showcases the natural wonders of Mauritius. Over the years, the park has expanded its offerings to include a wide range of activities and experiences, making it a must-visit destination for both locals and tourists.

Location and accessibility

Casela Nature Park is conveniently located on the western side of Mauritius, making it easily accessible from major towns and resorts. Situated near the village of Cascavelle, the park is approximately a 45-minute drive from the capital city of Port Louis. Visitors can reach the park by private transportation, taxis, or by using the park’s shuttle service, which operates from selected hotels.

Attractions and activities at Casela Nature Park

Safari adventure.

One of the main highlights of Casela Nature Park is its thrilling safari adventure. Hop on a specially designed vehicle and embark on an exciting journey through the park’s vast savannah, where you’ll have the opportunity to see an array of magnificent wildlife up close. From zebras and giraffes to rhinos and ostriches, the safari adventure offers a unique chance to observe these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat.

Bird watching

With over 150 species of birds calling Casela Nature Park home, birdwatching enthusiasts are in for a treat. The park’s dedicated bird sanctuary provides a tranquil setting to observe a diverse range of avian species, including colorful parrots, majestic eagles, and rare endemic birds. Capture stunning photographs or simply enjoy the melodic songs of these feathered wonders.

Big cat interactions

For those seeking a thrilling and up-close encounter with big cats, Casela Nature Park offers a truly unforgettable experience. Under the guidance of expert handlers, visitors can enter the enclosures of lions and tigers to witness their raw power and beauty. Take part in a lion walk, where you’ll accompany these magnificent creatures on a leisurely stroll through the park while learning about their behavior and conservation efforts.

Walk with lions

In addition to the big cat interactions, Casela Nature Park also offers the unique opportunity to walk with lions. Join a guided tour and venture into the park’s lion reserve, where you’ll walk alongside these majestic creatures and learn about their natural habitat, feeding habits, and conservation efforts. It’s an extraordinary experience that allows you to connect with these magnificent animals on a personal level.

Canyoning and zip-lining

If you’re an adventure seeker, Casela Nature Park has plenty of adrenaline-pumping activities to satisfy your cravings. Strap on your harness and get ready for an exhilarating canyoning experience as you descend down natural waterfalls, navigate through rugged terrain, and swim in crystal-clear pools. Alternatively, soar through the treetops on a thrilling zip-lining adventure, gliding over lush canopies and enjoying breathtaking views of the park.

Quad biking

Explore the park’s stunning landscapes on a thrilling quad biking adventure. Ride through rugged trails, lush forests, and open savannahs as you discover hidden corners of Casela Nature Park. Whether you’re a novice rider or an experienced quad biker, this activity promises an exciting and immersive experience in the heart of nature.

Segway tours

For a unique and eco-friendly way to explore the park, hop on a Segway and embark on a guided tour. Glide through the park’s scenic pathways, taking in panoramic views and learning about the park’s rich biodiversity. Segway tours are suitable for all ages and offer a fun and educational way to discover Casela Nature Park.

Kid’s playground

Families visiting Casela Nature Park will find a range of activities specifically designed for children. The park features a dedicated kid’s playground, complete with slides, swings, and climbing frames, where young ones can burn off their energy and have a great time in a safe and supervised environment. Parents can relax knowing that their little ones are having a blast in a kid-friendly setting.

Animal encounters

Casela Nature Park offers various animal encounters, allowing visitors to get up close and personal with a variety of species. From feeding giant tortoises to cuddling with adorable lemurs, these encounters provide a unique opportunity to interact with animals in a responsible and respectful manner. Professional guides are present to ensure the well-being of both visitors and animals.

Restaurant and souvenir shop

After a day filled with adventure and exploration, take a break at one of the park’s restaurants and indulge in delicious local cuisine. From freshly prepared seafood to authentic Mauritian delicacies, there’s something to satisfy every palate. Don’t forget to visit the souvenir shop, where you can find unique mementos and gifts to commemorate your visit to Casela Nature Park.

Conservation efforts at Casela Nature Park

Casela Nature Park is committed to the conservation of Mauritius’ rich biodiversity. The park actively participates in various research and breeding programs aimed at preserving endangered species and protecting their habitats. By visiting the park, you contribute to these conservation efforts and support initiatives that ensure the long-term survival of Mauritius’ unique flora and fauna.

Tips for visiting Casela Nature Park

What to bring.

When visiting Casela Nature Park, it’s recommended to bring comfortable clothing and footwear suitable for outdoor activities. Don’t forget essentials such as sunscreen, a hat, insect repellent, and a refillable water bottle. A camera or smartphone will also come in handy to capture the unforgettable moments and breathtaking views.

Best time to visit

Casela Nature Park is open year-round, but the best time to visit is during the dry season from May to November when the weather is cooler and rainfall is minimal. It’s advisable to arrive early in the day to make the most of your visit and avoid crowds.

Ticket prices and packages

Casela Nature Park offers various ticket options and packages to suit different preferences and budgets. Ticket prices typically include access to the park’s attractions and activities, while some packages may also include additional experiences such as lunches or animal encounters. It’s recommended to check the park’s official website for the latest pricing and package information.

Safety guidelines

Your safety is a top priority at Casela Nature Park. Follow the safety guidelines provided by the park’s staff and instructors, especially during activities such as quad biking, zip-lining, and big cat interactions. Listen attentively to the instructions given and adhere to any age or height restrictions to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.

The unique experience of Casela Nature Park

Casela Nature Park offers a truly unique experience that combines adventure, wildlife encounters, and environmental conservation. It’s a place where you can appreciate the beauty of nature, learn about the importance of biodiversity, and create lasting memories with your loved ones. Whether you’re seeking thrilling adventures or tranquil moments immersed in nature, Casela Nature Park has it all.

Casela Nature Park is a hidden gem in Mauritius, offering a wide range of attractions and activities for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike. From thrilling safari adventures to close encounters with big cats and exhilarating outdoor experiences, the park provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity to connect with nature and support conservation efforts. Plan your visit to Casela Nature Park and embark on an unforgettable journey through the breathtaking landscapes of Mauritius.

If you're planning to visit Casela Park, definitely go with Taxi Service Mauritius. The driver was so friendly, the car was clean. We had an amazing day at Casela, with amazing views and fun activities!
Had a fantastic time at Casela Park. The driver was friendly, punctual, and knowledgeable about the area. The trip was comfortable and stress-free, allowing us to fully enjoy the park's attractions.
We were picked up on time for Casela Park, our driver was very kind and pointed out places on our way. Definitely recommend their service.
A big shoutout to Taxi Service Mauritius for making our Casela Park trip so enjoyable. The driver was warm and informative, the car was clean, and they even provided a free car seat for my youngest daughter. The kids had the time of their lives at Casela!

Frequently Asked Questions

How do i pay for my tour.

(1) Existing clients can pay cas h to the driver in MUR, EUR or USD or Pay-Online in EUR prior to the tour. The payment link can be found in your booking voucher (near the amount).

If I need a tour within the next 12 hours, can I book it online?

If you require a tour within the next 12 hours, we highly recommend you to speak to someone at Taxi Service Mauritius either by Phone/Email/Chat or WhatsApp. Do not book it online. Note that we cannot confirm bookings out of office hours.

Will I have to share the vehicle with others who are not in my party?

We only do private tours. When you reserve a vehicle via our company, no matter whether it is a 3 passenger car, 8 passenger minivan or 20 passenger minibus, the vehicle is exclusively yours for the whole journey.

Where will the driver meet me?

Your driver will wait for you at your hotel reception on-time. If you are staying in an apartment of villa, please provide a contact number so that the driver can give you a call when he reach your accommodation.

What if do not find the driver?

In rare cases, customers may take some minutes to locate their driver. Our customers receive their driver’s contact details by email one day before the tour. Customers call liaise with the driver directly or simply our office or hotline so that our personnel can assist you & liaise with the driver.

Are the vehicles fully licensed and insured?

All supplied vehicles are fully licensed by the local authorities and carry an up to date Public service transport license. Be careful of bogus airport transfer advertisers as there are a number openly operating in Mauritius without licenses and liability insurance.

Can i order a baby seat or booster seat?

You can order child seats and booster seats on the online booking form. The first child seat is free of charge. Any additional child seat requested will be charged at EUR10 per day. You can also bring your own baby/toddler seat if you would like to do so.

Terms & Conditions

  • The entrance ticket will need to be purchased on the spot. Your driver will provide necessary assistance once you reach the venue.
  • Please remember to keep sufficient money with you (local currency) to buy the entry tickets (Approx MUR 1,000 p.person)
  • Please book your paid-activities such as Walk with Lion, Ziplining, Quad Biking, Segway etc directly with the venue via their  official website or by phone on (+230) 401 65 00
  • Use the quote request feature below for us to send you our best transport proposal by email. The transport price will depend on the number of passengers traveling as well as your pickup location. The price quoted for transport is the price you pay after the trip. No hidden fees.
  • A waiting time of 5-hours will be included in the price that will be quoted to you. Any additional hours is €20 per hour.
  • Pay-online via Paypal. Existing customers can request to pay cash directly with the driver in MUR, EUR or USD.
  • First child seat ordered is FREE of charge. Any additional seat ordered is €10 per seat. You can also bring your own.
  • If you would like to visit other places along the way, please make sure to mention it at the time of booking. The driver may have other rides already scheduled after your trip and his time might be limited if not planned beforehand.
  • Free cancellation: Obtain a full refund if you paid online in advance & you wish to cancel the taxi at least 24 hrs prior to the trip.
  • Casela Park has its own refund policies regarding activities which we highly recommend you to read before booking on their site.

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Adventurous travelers sticking to a more conservative budget should consider Wild Rwanda Safaris' Bwindi Gorilla Safari. The three-day package features a full day in southwestern Uganda's Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (a haven for gorillas) and adjacent Batwa Pygmy communities. Wild Rwanda Safaris offers a choice of midrange, luxury and super luxury accommodations, allowing you to keep costs down if necessary.

The company's packages include the $700 permit required to visit the gorilla park. The round-trip journey by safari vehicle to and from Kigali, Rwanda, as well as English-speaking guides are covered in all rates. The tour can begin from Kampala, Uganda, as well, although you'll spend a lot longer on the road to the park. Contact the safari company for pricing information.

Nomad Tanzania: Southern Tanzania

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Length: Eight days Starting price: $6,055

Sign up for Nomad Tanzania's Southern Tanzania safari and you're bound to get an up-close look at Tanzania's diverse wildlife. Offering eight days of activities, including game drives and boat trips in Ruaha National Park and Nyerere National Park, this safari gives you prime opportunities to spot lions, cheetahs, leopards and elephants, among other species.

You'll get around the parks with the company's custom-built vehicles, ideal for catching a glimpse of that spectacular wildlife. What's more, the package rates include lodging at the company's campsites; select meals; and the short, scenic flights to and from Dar es Salaam as well as to the parks. Prices are only available upon contacting the company; they vary depending on the time of year, and the tour isn't offered in April and May.

Micato Safaris: The Micato Grand Safari

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Length: 15 days Starting price: $29,500

If you want to explore multiple destinations while on safari with plenty of comfort (but a price tag to match), book the 15-day Micato Grand Safari. This extraordinarily thorough itinerary from Micato Safaris starts with a two-day visit to bustling Nairobi, Kenya, before continuing to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, Maasai Mara National Reserve, and the Amboseli and Serengeti national parks. You'll be treated to wildlife-viewing excursions that just might check every animal off your bucket list, from lions and cheetahs to rhinos, hippos and more. During your trip, you'll get to see Mount Kilimanjaro as zebras, gazelles and more roam in the foreground.

The package costs at least $29,500 per person (based on double occupancy rates) and includes activities like a sunrise hot air balloon ride and a camel tour led by members of the Samburu tribe. Lodging at upscale properties like the Serengeti's Four Seasons Safari Lodge and glamorous safari camps with en suite bathrooms is also included. The company also offers various extensions allowing you to explore other parts of Africa, from the island paradise of Zanzibar to the deserts of Namibia.

Rothschild Safaris: Essence of Tanzania

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Length: Nine days Starting price: Contact company for pricing details.

If your ideal safari vacation consists of customizing your trip from start to finish, consider an outing with Rothschild Safaris. The company offers itineraries in locales like Zambia and Ethiopia, but if you're hoping to catch a glimpse of the "big five" animals, the Essence of Tanzania safari is a good bet.

This nine-day experience, which embarks from Arusha, Tanzania, and returns there by plane, includes game-viewing drives spotting animals like ostriches, zebras and impalas in Tarangire National Park, plus accommodations like luxurious tents and farmhouse lodges. You'll also have the opportunity to go on a nighttime safari to spot nocturnal wildlife. If you time your safari right, you may also be able to see the famed wildebeest migration, when more than a million animals move between the Maasai Mara Reserve in Kenya and Tanzania's Serengeti plains.

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Lion World Travel: The Best of Cape Town & Botswana

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Length: 10 days Starting price: $4,899

As the trip name implies, the 10-day Best of Cape Town & Botswana vacation package from longtime safari operator Lion World Travel combines a few days of sightseeing in Cape Town, South Africa – where you'll visit the iconic Table Mountain and the Cape Peninsula – with a classic safari in Botswana. During the latter half of the itinerary, visitors will explore Botswana's Okavango Delta, home to cheetahs, crocodiles, hippos and more; you'll have the option of a helicopter flight to spot wildlife from above for an extra fee. Then, you'll visit Chobe National Park, which is believed to have the world's largest African elephant population.

Prices start at $4,899 per person based on double occupancy. Rates cover game drives; many of your meals; and stays in a four-star hotel in Cape Town as well as luxury tents in Botswana. You'll need to pay an extra charge for the flights within the tour (from Cape Town to Botswana and from Botswana to Johannesburg ).

Discover Africa: Botswana – Chobe, Okavango & Makgadikgadi

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Length: Nine days Starting price: $4,800

For an inside-out trip through the natural wonders of Botswana, Discover Africa's nine-day trip through the country's sprawling game reserves and national parks is a formidable option. You'll start out at a riverside lodge on the Chobe River – a great location for spotting elephants – before moving on to the marshy Okavango Delta, a wildlife-rich area where you can spot a huge range of animals like leopards, rhinos, hippos and more. The safari ends at the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, a good place to admire wildlife such as zebras and buffalo on the savannah as well as the ethereal white salt pans from a former lake.

You'll stay in upscale lodges and camps within close reach of the wilderness. All meals and transport along the tour are included in the price tag (which starts at $4,800 per person and varies by time of year), but international flights to get to Botswana are excluded.

Wild Wings Safaris: 8 Day Battlefields, Bush & Beach Safari

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Length: Eight days Starting price: About $4,160 for self-drive option

If you're looking to have a broader experience that mixes in some local history and beach time, consider Wild Wings Safaris' eight-day Battlefields, Bush & Beach Safari. With an itinerary focused on the east of South Africa, you'll start off visiting some of the country's historic sites from the Boer wars, including locations where local Zulu warriors defeated the British, before moving on to Phinda Private Game Reserve. This park doesn't allow day visitors, so you should be able to look out for the "big five" without too many crowds.

The tour wraps up at Thonga Beach Lodge, where you can snorkel or scuba dive near coral reefs in the Indian Ocean. Kayaking and walks through coastal forests are other activities on offer here. As far as safaris go, this one is a somewhat more affordable option, starting at about $4,160 per person with all meals included as well as a rental car; for the cheapest price, you will need to drive yourself between the destinations, but it's possible to pay an additional fee for a driver to guide you instead.

Cuckoo Safaris: 4-Day Discover Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park and Hwange National Park

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Length: Four days Starting price: $1,015

This tour company kicks off many of its tours from the majestic Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, with a host of safaris that range from three to nine days, across Zimbabwe, Zambia and Botswana, including some family-friendly choices. For an affordable option, consider the four-day Discover Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park and Hwange National Park safari. It will take you on two full-day tours to Chobe National Park in Botswana and Hwange, Zimbabwe's largest national park, where you should keep your eyes peeled for lions, elephants and more, while also visiting rural villages. This safari includes a wildlife spotting boat cruise on the Chobe River as well.

The price starts at $1,015 per person, which includes the tours plus breakfast, lunch and well-rated lodging in Victoria Falls. Travelers will need to pay for their own travel to Victoria Falls. Dinners aren't included, although you'll be staying in the town of Victoria Falls, with access to restaurants.

Compass Odyssey: 8-Day Namibia Wildlife Safari

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Length: Eight days Starting price: Contact company for pricing details.

Explore the savannah and deserts of southwest Africa with Compass Odyssey's eight-day Namibia Wildlife Safari. You'll visit a community-based conservation area in Damaraland – known for its desert-adapted elephants, oryx, giraffes and other wildlife – while staying in the rustic-chic Doro Nawas Camp. Travelers will also spend two days in Etosha National Park, seeking wildlife like giraffes, zebras and elephants at the park's bustling waterholes by day and embarking on an evening game drive with a knowledgeable ranger as well.

The company provides prices on request. The tour includes most meals and all park entry fees, but not flights or the optional "Cheetah Walk." Compass Odyssey allows the tour to be customized on request.

Expert Africa: Big Cat Fly-in Safari

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Length: Nine days Starting price: $5,010

Expert Africa offers safaris and other tours in a host of African countries. For a relatively classic tour, consider the Big Cat Fly-in Safari. It offers two different looks at Kenya's stellar wildlife. Firstly, you'll fly north for four nights at the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, a sanctuary that channels all its profits into protecting the wildlife in its roughly 100-square-mile reserve. You'll stay in classic tented rooms and enjoy three-course dinners, with the option of going on horse- or camelback safaris for an extra fee.

Despite the tour name, you're most likely to see elephants, giraffes, zebras and rhinos here. In fact, you're more likely to see big cats at the tour's second stop, when you fly south to the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The tour company reports a high success rate for travelers spotting lions (and a decent chance of spotting leopards or cheetahs too). Here, you'll spend four days in upscale tents and have the option of soaring over the plains in a hot air balloon. The tour starts at $5,010 for eight nights, with all transport within Kenya included – although Expert Africa customizes most of its tours, so you can likely adjust your safari to your preferences.

Volcanoes Safari: 7 Day Gorilla and Chimpanzee Safari

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Length: Seven days Starting price: $8,430

If you're looking to spot some great apes, Volcanoes Safari focuses exclusively on primate tours within Rwanda and Uganda – and with partnerships with the Jane Goodall Institute and Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, they're responsible too. One of its signature tours, this seven-day itinerary kicks off in Uganda, taking travelers to the famed Kyambura Gorge to spot chimpanzee communities, as well as on a trek through the Bwindi Forest to look for gorillas.

But it's not all about monkeys: The tour also includes chances to see lions on the Ugandan plains and to meet locals engaging in cooperative work raising bees and roasting coffee. Along the way, guests stay in stylish lodges with views of Uganda's mountains and forests. The tour starts at $8,430 per person based on double occupancy in the low season, with all meals included.

Vaccination and visa requirements for African countries

Some popular safari destinations may require you to have received certain vaccinations in order to enter the country as a tourist. Although COVID-19 vaccination requirements no longer exist, it's not uncommon for countries to require you to be vaccinated against illnesses such as yellow fever before departing on your trip. Be sure to bring proof of vaccinations with you. If you are transiting through another country en route to your safari tour, you must check that you also meet immunization requirements for the stopover location.

For many destinations, there are a number of other vaccinations that aren't mandatory but are still recommended, such as for cholera or rabies. Consult with a doctor and ensure you're up to date and fully protected before you travel. In addition, many safari locations are prone to malaria; you should consult with your doctor about potentially bringing anti-malaria medication on your trip.

Safari countries have varying visa requirements for travelers from the U.S. – these are detailed below. Depending on your itinerary, you may need a single- or multiple-entry visa, and some visas require you to apply in advance of traveling and/or have a certain number of blank pages in your passport. Regardless of destination, your passport should be valid for at least six months before you leave for your trip.

Here are the vaccine and visa requirements for major safari destinations as of July 2024:

Botswana: If you have recently visited or transited through a country where yellow fever is common, you will need to be vaccinated against this illness. This does not include the U.S. but does include a number of countries in Africa as well as Central and South America. Consult the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's list of countries with risk of yellow fever transmission, including Kenya and Uganda.

U.S. citizens and nationals can stay in Botswana for 90 days per year without a visa.

Kenya: Kenya is a country where you'll be at risk of yellow fever transmission; it also requires those traveling from other places where yellow fever is endemic to be vaccinated against it. The CDC recommends that you protect yourself against yellow fever before your trip here.

Americans need an eVisa to enter Kenya. You should apply online at the eVisa government website no less than two weeks before your trip, as visas are not available upon arrival in Kenya. See more on the U.S. Department of State's website .

Namibia: Those traveling from a country where yellow fever is common need to be vaccinated against it. No visa is required as long as you're staying for 90 days or less per year.

Rwanda: If you're coming from a country where yellow fever is endemic, a yellow fever vaccination is required before departure.

U.S. citizens and nationals can be issued a 30-day visitor visa on arrival in Rwanda or through the Rwandan Embassy in Washington, D.C. A single-entry visa costs $50 for a single entry or $70 for multiple entries, and it's recommended you bring sufficient cash in U.S. dollars to pay for this (although credit card payment may be accepted at Kigali International Airport). Consult the State Department website for more information.

South Africa: A yellow fever vaccination is required if you're traveling from a country with a risk of transmission, including transits of 12 hours or longer in such countries. No visa is required for stays of 90 days or less.

Tanzania: Yellow fever vaccines are mandatory if you're traveling from a location where yellow fever is present – including if you spend more than 12 hours in transit in such a country. The vaccine should be administered 10 days or more before arrival

Visas are required for tourism in Tanzania. You can apply for a single-entry, 90-day visa online for $50 or a multiple-entry, one-year visa for $100. Be sure to print a copy of the approval (called a "grant notice") to bring with you. The processing period takes up to 10 days. You can also obtain a single-entry visa on arrival in most cases, although the Tanzanian government still recommends the advance online application. Find more Tanzanian visa information on the State Department website .

Uganda: Like Kenya, Uganda is a country with risk of yellow fever transmission. All visitors must show proof of vaccination against yellow fever to enter Uganda, regardless of where you're traveling from.

American visitors to Uganda must apply online for an electronic visa before departure. The processing time is around seven days, but the Ugandan government recommends applying 30 days before you travel; arriving in Uganda without completing this process could result in your detainment. A single-entry visa costs $50. Visit the State Department website to learn more.

Zambia: Yellow fever vaccines are only required if you're coming from an area considered at risk, including long transits (12 hours or more) through such countries. Visas are not required for U.S. citizens visiting Zambia. Check the State Department website for more details.

Zimbabwe: As with other countries on this list, visitors from countries with yellow fever outbreaks require a vaccine against this illness. This includes long transit stopovers of 12 hours or more.

U.S. visitors can obtain a 30-day, single-entry visa upon arrival in Zimbabwe for $30. If you're taking a tour that requires you to leave and reenter Zimbabwe, be sure to get a double-entry visa for $45. You can learn more from the State Department website .

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Sergei Ryakhovsky (Sergei Vasilyevich Ryakhovsky) a Soviet-Russian serial killer known as the Balashikha Ripper and The Hippopotamus. Ryakhovsky was convicted for the killing of nineteen people in the Moscow area between 1988 and 1993. Ryakhovsky's mainly stabbed or strangulated his victims, he mutilated some bodies, mainly in the genital area. Allegedly Ryakhovsky carried out necrophilic acts on his victims and stole their belongings. Ryakhovsky standing 6’5" tall and weighting 286 pounds, gaining him the nickname, The Hippo. Sergei Ryakhovsky died on January 21st 2005 from untreated tuberculosis while serving his life sentence in prison.

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Serial Killer Sergei Ryakhovsky (aka) the Balashikha Ripper, The Hippopotamus, was active for 6 years between 1988-1993 , known to have ( 19 confirmed / 19 possible ) victims. This serial killer was active in the following countries: Russia

Sergei Ryakhovsky was born on December 29th 1962 in Balashikha, Moscow Oblast, Soviet Union. He had a physically defect. During his education he had academic, social or discipline problems including being teased or picked on.

Sergei Ryakhovsky a necrophile male citizen of Russia.

Prior to his spree he had killed, commited crimes, and served time in jail.

In 1988 (Age 25/26) Sergei Ryakhovsky started his killing spree, during his crimes as a serial killer he was known to rob, commit acts of necrophilia , torture , strangle , rape , mutilate, and murder his victims.

He was arrested on April 13th 1993 (Age 30), sentenced to death by firing squad at a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia. He was convicted on charges of murder and other possible charges during his lifetime.

Sergei Ryakhovsky died on January 21st 2005 (Age 42), cause of death: natural causes, untreated tuberculosis at a maximum-security penal colony in Solikamsk, Perm Oblast, Russia.

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The Unique Burial of a Child of Early Scythian Time at the Cemetery of Saryg-Bulun (Tuva)

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In 1988, the Tuvan Archaeological Expedition (led by M. E. Kilunovskaya and V. A. Semenov) discovered a unique burial of the early Iron Age at Saryg-Bulun in Central Tuva. There are two burial mounds of the Aldy-Bel culture dated by 7th century BC. Within the barrows, which adjoined one another, forming a figure-of-eight, there were discovered 7 burials, from which a representative collection of artifacts was recovered. Burial 5 was the most unique, it was found in a coffin made of a larch trunk, with a tightly closed lid. Due to the preservative properties of larch and lack of air access, the coffin contained a well-preserved mummy of a child with an accompanying set of grave goods. The interred individual retained the skin on his face and had a leather headdress painted with red pigment and a coat, sewn from jerboa fur. The coat was belted with a leather belt with bronze ornaments and buckles. Besides that, a leather quiver with arrows with the shafts decorated with painted ornaments, fully preserved battle pick and a bow were buried in the coffin. Unexpectedly, the full-genomic analysis, showed that the individual was female. This fact opens a new aspect in the study of the social history of the Scythian society and perhaps brings us back to the myth of the Amazons, discussed by Herodotus. Of course, this discovery is unique in its preservation for the Scythian culture of Tuva and requires careful study and conservation.

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Information about authors: Marina Kilunovskaya (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Vladimir Semenov (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Candidate of Historical Sciences. Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail: [email protected] Varvara Busova  (Moscow, Russian Federation).  (Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation). Institute for the History of Material Culture of the Russian Academy of Sciences.  Dvortsovaya Emb., 18, Saint Petersburg, 191186, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Kharis Mustafin  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Technical Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Irina Alborova  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Candidate of Biological Sciences. Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected] Alina Matzvai  (Moscow, Russian Federation). Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology.  Institutsky Lane, 9, Dolgoprudny, 141701, Moscow Oblast, Russian Federation E-mail:  [email protected]

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