5 Places To Visit On An African Safari Tour
5 Places To Visit On An African Safari Tour
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Africa is home to hundreds of game reserves, national parks, numerous species of wildlife, and beautiful landscapes. Every one of them has something unique to offer. Whether you are looking to see the big five (the lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and tiger) or are interested in birds and aviaries, the good thing is that Africa is home to 1000 species of mammals and birds, guaranteeing you a thrilling experience on a safari trip. With so many packages and locations in the country, it may be hard to find the best Safari tour package to soothe your interest. Hence, you should also take a close look and consider factors such as family safaris, easy access, wilderness camping, and the cost of accommodation. To encourage you on hitting that “book” button on Adgentes Africa Safari’s tour packages, here are places that stand out as the best places to visit on tour to Africa that may peak your interest. ADDO ELEPHANT NATIONAL PARK, SOUTH AFRICA Located in South Africa, Addo Elephant National Park is very close to Port Elizabeth. The National Park offers you all the adventures you may be looking to get on an African safari without having to worry about malaria, remoteness, or long drives. It’s not only the natural habitat for elephants but also the sanctuary for the Big Five. Additionally, Addo Park is notable for its family-friendly activities that include horse riding, whale watching off the coast and short hikes on safe mountains. SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK TANZANIA Tagged by most Safari goers as the best place to visit in Africa, the Serengeti is one of the largest and oldest national parks in Tanzania. It is also described as a UNESCO Heritage site due to its hosting of the most spectacular annual wildlife migration that comprises of over 2 million wildebeests, as well more than a thousand zebras. The plains are also home to the largest population of lions, with an estimate of over 3000 of the majestic beasts. It is also the best choice to be in East Africa for cheetahs, where you can also observe leopards regularly in the Seronera Valley. Other variety of animals that could be seen include buffalos, elephants, giraffes, bat-eared foxes, and a wide range of birds and antelopes. HWANGE NATIONAL PARK ZIMBABWE Considered by some as the most underrated wildlife park in Africa, Hwange Park is the biggest park in Zimbabwe with nearly the same land mass as Hawaii. It boasts of 108 species of mammals more than any where in the world. On a visit to Hwange, you can be sure of seeing the highest concentration of big land animals. It is also a prime predator territory, and you can be sure of seeing a lion in action with over 20 lions, leopards, hyenas, and other fascinating painted dogs. SAMBURU NATIONAL RESERVE, KENYA Usually outshone in the heart of visitors by the well celebrated Masai Mara, Samburu Reserve provides a wilder side of a Kenyan safari trip. The people of Sambur offer a beautiful and colorful cultural appeal that is found in most of Africa. The sense of hospitality of the Samburus makes them distinct from the rest, and you can be sure of getting entertained. The premier league wildlife setting and sighting draws visitors from all over the world because of their impressive second division guides called the special five camels: the reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, Somali ostrich, elegant gerenuk antelope, and the Grey’s zebra. KALAHARI DESERT, BOTSWANA The expansive Kalahari Desert covers most of Botswana and parts of Namibia and some region in South Africa. Known traditionally by the Bushmen as Kgalagadi, the Great desert represents Africa’s most brutally wild destination. Though the 52,800 square kilometer Kalahari Game Reserve can be a challenge to access due to its wildlife and aridity, it is vast compared to others in the region. It offers real adventure while you encounter herd encounter herds of gemsbok on mirages of Deception Valley and camping among the roar of local lion pride near Lion Park is sure to provoke a rare feeling of privilege. You will need a tour with experience to lead a 4x4 convoy to gain assess to the desert game reserve. Despite the movement challenges, adventure is only rewarding.
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