Safari binoculars: never miss The Big Five again
When you go on safari you, of course, hope to run into The Big Five and many other wild animals. But what if that lion, leopard or rhino is standing just a little too far away? If so versatile safari binoculars will definitely come in handy for incredibly sharp images. Characteristics of good safari binoculars are a high light output and a substantial magnification to make sure the pair will also work well at twilight. Travel binoculars do not only bring animals closer that are located further away, they also give you a stunning image of the ones located close by.
During your adventure you might also come face to face with birds. If looking for birds is your main reason for going on safari, why not check out our bird watchers binoculars.
Many wild animals are more active in the morning and at night than during the day. To still be able to spot wild animals at these times you need binoculars that still show you the best details in low-light conditions. If you plan to go out at twilight we recommend binoculars with a high twilight factor. The higher the twilight factor the more details you will be able to see.