On safari with the park warden

Due to measures taken against the Coronavirus, all safari's have been canceled until 31 December 2020. You can read the full measures here.

There's no better way to discover the park's abundant natural beauty than during De Hoge Veluwe Safari.

You will set off on foot with park warden Henk Ruseler as your guide. Ruseler has been a park warden at De Hoge Veluwe National Park for over thirty years and knows the area better than anyone. After all these years, he claims to be just as much in love with the park as ever, and it shows. Few can resist his infectious enthusiasm during De Hoge Veluwe Safari.

From deer rut to snowfall

A safari takes place every month, tailored to the season and to the park's current highlights. From the Deer Rut Safari and the Night-time Safari to the Snow Safari and the Photo Safari, there's something spectacular for everyone. A Hoge Veluwe safari lasts roughly four hours and includes a drink and snack break at a surprising spot. During the safari, Ruseler will share his knowledge of the park’s landscape, plants, and animals. Feel free to ask as many questions as you like. 

Night-time safari and children’s safari

The park organizes special night-time safaris and children’s safaris for those interested in spending a night sleeping under the stars. These are only available in July and August.