Just like Kwantu: A Game reserve is a large area of land with a wonderful geographical nature, where world animals lives safely, and where we can find strange world animals.
The word safari was brought from an Arabic word Safara, which mean a journey or travelling around a certain area to observe. In 2003 Steve Jobs announced that Apple had developed a web browser and named it Safari meaning browsing around the internet to observe. So then the word Safari is now used to refer travelling around African Game Reserves or National Parks, to observe and photograph wildlife—or hiking and sightseeing, as well.
The difference between Game Reserve and Safari is only that, a Game Reserve as a place while Safari is a journey often to observe and photograph wildlife in that place (Game Reserve).