I think you'd like it, possibly a lot. I love it - I think it's a very beautiful and particularly romantic fragrance, completely worthy of my 5-Stars. It reminds me of Chanel No. 19, but it's more dramatic and opulent, the rose/floral accord is bolder, and there's no leather. People often describe No.19 as cool due to the iris, so try to imagine a warmer No. 19, without the iris and leather. Add a drop of well-blended lush florals (heavy on the rose) and you've got Safari. There's some green in there for sure, but it doesn't strike me as a particularly green floral, well...it's not vivid green, at any rate. I wouldn't call Safari refreshing - the green is more earthy than that, more smoldery. It's really gorgeous.
I remember rumors of its discontinuation, but either they were false, or they decided to start distributing it again because it seems to be easily found online, although I don't know if it's been reformulated. The stuff I have is all the same, but none of it is very new. It's not expensive though, and they have those 15ml purse flacons that usually go for under $20 so I'd say it's worth a try, especially if you seem to get along with RL fragrances in general.
Edit - I wanted to add that it's rather aldehydic and soapy, so that's something to be aware of. It reminds me of Balmain's Ivoire in that respect.