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Comprehensive List Of African Safari Establishments That Provide Wifi For Their Guests...

Find the lodge, guest house, restaurant and hotel wifi networks that are available to use in various National Parks and reserves on your African safari.

Some of the safari areas in Africa don't have wifi capability at all, so this list will help you pinpoint places to stay on your trip that do let you access the web.

And You Can Get Wifi Speed Test Results On Request

Know before you go, what to expect of the connection at the accommodation you are planning to stay.

Are you able to send a message to your loved ones that you have arrived safely in Africa and use social media to communicate with the world?

How about uploading all the fantastic wildlife and landscape photographs (priceless memories) that you are taking on your trip, and maybe making a Skype call or two...

Is the connection fast enough for that?

And what if you need to conduct some business while on your holiday, will you be able to use the online applications necessary to achieve that?

Wifi On Safaris reliably tests the speed and capability of the lodge, guest house and hotel wifi networks at African safari establishments...

And then makes the results available to you so that you can get answers to the questions above, before you travel.

Also find out how affordable a long term digital nomad safari can actually be.

Free Wifi Offer

Up To 3 GB at No Charge

Use at any of the Kruger Park rest camps in South Africa

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Don't Pay To Connect In The Kruger

Safari Lodge, Guest House and Hotel Wifi Networks Listed

Below is a comprehensive list of establishments that provide wifi to their guests in various African countries...

Safari Wifi Review

It has long frustrated me that connecting to the web in the Kruger National Park has often been a very hit and miss affair. Due to the nature of my business I need to be online regularly even while on holiday.

So I decided to find out what the best way is to get reliable and reasonably fast access to the net in all the main rest camps of the reserve.

I ran comprehensive tests in each of the rest camps using the Vodacom and Mtn mobile networks.

The results were a bit of an eye-opener for me...

Speed Test Results Here

Bruce WhittakerWifiOnSafari Founder