This safari experience here is not a particularly unique safari experience, but the writer of this article spent his honeymoon there and cannot recommend it enough. Unlike the overcrowded Serengeti in the north of the country, here you will most likely be the only people around. Quite literally, you will have a guide all to yourself, and you will not even see Masai villages on your 8-hour day safari experience. Although you can visit some genuine ones just outside the reserve included in your package – also an incredible experience with your personal interpreter/guide. This safari experience is the real, wild Africa you’ve always dreamed of. And with the highest concentration of Elephants, Lions, Buffalo, and Hippos in Africa, your chances of seeing all of these are around 100%. And the icing on the cake is that you’ll have the whole, vast reserve to yourself. In fact, the only way to access the reserve is by single-propped aircraft landing on a dirt strip runway. Flying in, while looking at giraffes gracefully galloping through the plains and tree lines through your aircraft window, is a magical experience in itself. All in all, this safari experience is highly recommended; and it’s worth mentioning that you can get some reasonable last-minute deals just before the rainy season where the handful of resorts close down.