An Animal Lover Safari

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As an animal lover, experiencing a Vegan safari in Africa is the most emotionally moving experience. You’re surrounded by animals and nature in the best safari destination in the world.

As a vegan you may be wondering if you’re going to go hungry or just eat spinach and beans on safari in Africa. Well, with us not at all, we at Vegan Safari Africa specialise in making your African Safari a unforgettable experience.

On a Vegan safari in Africa you get to introduce your children to the animals as it should be, where African animals are free in our game parks living the way nature intended.  

Wild Vegan Retreats and adventures Harmonize with Nature based in Maun, Botswana offer vegan and vegetarian safaris in the most amazing wild areas in Africa. From Luxury 5 star to more affordable Old style camping trips.

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Welcome to Africa! 


Welcome to Africa! 

One of the largest un-spoilt wilderness areas left on earth, offering people from all around the world the opportunity to immerse themselves in deep wilderness, away from the extremely busy and developed world. People can bear witness to an ecosystem complete with its flora and fauna coexisting in relative undisturbed harmony. Experiencing this first hand, the value of our natural world and our need to protect it becomes abundantly clear.
Sitting around the campfire at night brings us back to human life in its simplest form, evoking a great sense of peace and “fitting in”, Something that can seem quite lost in our modern lives.

This is a deeply emotional experience which awakens ones soul. You have time for reflection and objectivity before returning home to the hustle and bustle of modern life. It is our hope that every person will return inspired and with new eyes for their world as a whole bringing about more consciousness for life style and our impact on our beautiful planet earth. At Wild Vegan we let nature do the talking whilst nourishing you with an amazing variety of fresh and delicious Vegan food.

At Wild Vegan we seek to provide true wilderness experience’s combined with conscious eating.


Love, compassion and understanding for all things starts with the love compassion and understanding for oneself.

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From Lyn & Ian Traveled  September 2017

"Thank-you Helene,, for organizing our trip of a lifetime! It was an all-around amazing experience of 5-star vegan food, wonderful accommodations, and exceptional guides, bushmen trackers and hosts. You selected the perfect safari for us. With the wildlife, we always felt safe with our guides, even when being tracked by a hyena while walking in the bush, or avoiding a hippo while riding a Mokoro on the Delta. Our most thrilling experience was observing a Pride of 15 successfully hunt and feast on their catch, a Wildebeest, in the Kalahari. Our most soothing experience was awaking to bird song and frolicking elephants and hippos, in a treehouse on the Delta. Most heartwarming of all were our experiences learning local ancestral culture from the San bushmen of the Kalahari and receiving a good-bye song tribute from locals in the Chobe region. We loved every moment and truly appreciated being accommodated so lavishly in such environment-friendly, superb spaces.

Special shout-out to the people who made our stay so memorable:

  • Deception Valley Lodge in the Kalahari –Nishka (our 5-star chef), Jaco, Wynard (our guide), and the bushmen

  • Delta Camp – Mat (our host), MD (our guide)

Wildtrack Safari Eco Lodge - Brandon (our host), Andrew (our host and 5-star chef)
As well as all the staff who made our stay so comfortable"


From Mat & Jo Traveled  August 2017

"We had a wonderful experience on the safari. As you know it didn't get off to the best start and so we were quite stressed initially trying to rebook and reorganise everything (still waiting on BA for our compensation...). But you guys were amazing in helping us out and accommodating our situation. In fact as soon as we got to Botswana, everything was so well organised. The combination of Deception Valley and Delta Camp worked really well because they were so different, both in terms of geography and wildlife but also in the overall experience. We really enjoyed the walking in Delta Camp after three days of game drives . We were also really lucky to stay in the tree house which is surely going to be one of the most amazing bedrooms we will ever sleep in. The food at both camps was great. Some of Nishka's dishes were really awesome, the kind of food you'd expect to get in a Michelin Star restaurant. Overall a fabulous holiday and will definitely recommend you to friends, both vegan and non vegan"


From John & Terry Traveled October 2017

"Hi Helene / Rebecca

I hope you are both keeping well.

Please accept our apologies for the delay in responding, I’m afraid we were both straight back to work after our holiday with little free time.

Anyway, where do we start !! ……….It was the most wonderful Safari with amazing sites & sounds. We could not recommend it more, the three guys with us (apologies for the potential misspelling of their names) Madoon, Mohallie and Moses were terrific.

We felt lucky to be out on safari with Madoon as he had amazing knowledge and a real desire to track down all the animals for us - we were quite often the only ones sitting there, meters away watching Leopards and Vultures devouring their kill - truly spectacular.

Moses and Mo were great too, very attentive and spoil us with an array of vegan delights - we even had fresh bread and a couple of delicious cakes. 

Thank you both again for making this a wonderful stress free experience that we will never forget.

Finally, Helena it was lovely to meet a fellow vegan and we hope the vegan safaris continue to be successful for you. If you need any further recommendations or photo’s from us, we’ll be more than happy to help.


Best Regards,

John & Terry"


From Michiel van Deursen  October 2018


"After a long search on where we could head after Ironman was over, as a recovery trip, but also to completely relax, reset and just switch off from the world, we found Botswana. It was on the top places to visit in October, and started searching some vegan friendly safari trips.

30+ degrees every day, wildlife all around and no stressed from big cities or people. Complete wilderness. It sounded PERFECT! Especially with the added bonus that the places we were going to visit had a reputation for their gorgeous eco lodges and vegan food." you can read the blog here ="