The huge continent of Africa with its diverse wildlife and breathtaking national parks sits at the top of most travel fan bucket lists. An African Safari offers a once in a lifetime experience unlike anything else in the world. Choose from over 300 wildlife national parks where you’ll discover Africa’s renowned Big Five* animals and have a chance to observe and enjoy these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat.
*Africa’s Big Five animals include the African lion, the black rhinoceros, the African elephant, the African leopard and the Cape buffalo
Top 6 African (Bucket List) Safaris:
1. Tantalising Tanzania
Imagine seeing large herds of elephants strut their stuff at Tarangire National Park, or watching a Wildebeest Migration through the spectacular plains of the Serengeti National Park. Tanzania offers something for everyone! Travel to the Lake Manyara National Park with its tree-climbing lions and the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater.
2. Cool Kenya
The popular Amboseli National Park in Kenya has the spectacular Mount Kilimanjaro as its amazing backdrop. As well as the Big Five animals, this national park is known for its large herds of elephants. Here you’ll also catch glimpses of zebras, giraffes, zebras, crocodiles plus more than 600 types of birds!
3. Journey through Botswana
Take a trip to Botswana’s Okavango Delta, a world heritage site considered to be one of nature’s masterpieces. Botswana is also home to Chobe, it’s first national park renowned for having the world’s largest population of elephants – over 50,000!
4. Unique Uganda
Gorillas and chimps have become the major attraction of an African Safari in Uganda. Queen Elizabeth National Park is a popular destination to enjoy chimpanzee tracking / trekking and you can even spend an entire day in the company of chimp researchers in Kibale Forest. This national park is also home to outstanding wildlife as well as bird-life.
5. Thrilling Zambia
Walking safaris originated in Zambia and continue to be a popular destination for this type of holiday. Exploring the South Luangwa National Park on foot offers a thrilling experience. It’s a spectacular way to see the valley with an experienced guide who will make sure you get up close to the wide range of birds and mammals who live at one of Africa’s premier safari destinations.
6. Fascinating Namibia
Don’t forget your camera when you visit Ethosa National Park, Namibia one of Africa’s most striking national parks. Renowned for its captivating landscape, the arid land means you’ll find a range of wild animals congregating at watering holes. it is also home to some of the rarest and unusual wildlife species including the black-faced impala and the continent’s tallest elephants.
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