If you’ve been dreaming of an African Safari but aren’t sure if it’s safe to plan your travels yet, then review our Africa Travel updates so you know what’s going on with travel to and from Africa during COVID-19.
Discover the Africa that Exists Beyond Your Wildest DreamsView Our Safaris
Many people dream of visiting Africa during their lifetime, but few truly experience the magnificent wonders of this continent. I’m Jody Cole, the owner of Wild Rainbow African Safaris. My sole purpose has been to share my love of Africa with you through my safaris.
I traveled to Africa in 1998 and stayed for six weeks. It was a life-changing journey that eventually resulted in the creation of Wild Rainbow African Safaris. Since then, I’ve taken 400 guests to 14 African countries. My travel experiences and expertise as a Level 2 Field Guide and Trails Guide allow me to provide a unique gift to all my guests. I have the opportunity to create and guide safaris that showcase the wonder and beauty of Africa. My trips are designed to show you the real Africa while keeping safety, comfort, and fun a top priority. I accompany all my guests on trips and serve as your personal guide. Together, we’ll discover exotic animals, mystical plants, magical birds and meet the welcoming people who live amidst some of the most breath-taking landscapes in the world. You’ll leave with a different view of the world, and possibly even yourself, all because you’ve experienced a small piece of Africa.Read More
Join us on an upcoming safari.
Sober, Wild & Free Women's Safari
July 8-18, 2022
This adventure filled trip takes us on an 11 day/10 night journey through the wilderness and wildlife of Kruger National Park and the surrounding area.Read More
Kenya Photo Safari
This safari offers the opportunity to experience and photograph Kenya’s finest wildlife areas. We will visit: Nairobi, Amboseli, Ol Pejeta and the Maasai Mara.Read More
Covid 19 Statement
Wild Rainbow African Safaris ensures that every precaution is met to ensure your safety on a trip with us. It is both our responsibility to stay up to date on local, state, and international recommendations and restrictions on travel, and check back for potential changes regularly before and during travel, as well as making sure that we know what your destination, any other destination you might pass through are asking of the traveler.
Ultimately, the choice to take a trip right now is a personal one involving many factors, from individual risk to personal comfort levels, to how cases are trending where you live and where you intend to travel.
If a break from coronavirus-induced cabin fever is what you need then contact us now to begin planning your 2021 or 2022 safari.