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Safari in Africa is a unique and extraordinary adventure of observing the life and natural habitat of wild animals. Having experienced African wildlife safari, you will surely want to feel it again. It’s not a secret that African continent is possibly the best place to behold wild animals, particularly the Big Five. In this article, we introduce the top 5 places to spot these animals.
Perhaps Botswana is not the most exciting and popular country of Africa for safari tourism. Although there, you will not feel pressed by a large amounts of tourists as pristine nature will stun you. The best time to visit Botswana is in periods of dryness, roughly from April to November. Chobe National Park is famous for its vast population of elephants, buffalos, wildebeest and zebras. A trip to Botswana will be incomplete without a visit to the astonishing delta of river Okavango.
Many tourists come to Rwanda solely to go mountain gorilla tracking. There is no denying gorillas are the symbol of Rwanda’s wildlife. However, there is so much more to see as Rwanda offers a very diverse range of splendid green parks, deep valleys and Savannah plains with some of the rarest animals.
Quite frequently visits to Kenya are combined with a safari trip to Tanzania due to their proximity. Yet, Kenya certainly deserves a complete attention of the tourists. Masai Mara Reserve is the most popular national park and is home to lions, cheetahs, zebras, giraffes and many other species. While in Kenya, you may also familiarise yourself with lifestyle of indigenous Masai people.
The most developed country of Africa economically, South Africa is increasingly becoming one of the favourites of safari tourists. In Kruger National Park you may marvel at the Big Five, cheetahs, crocodiles, ostriches and many others. Likewise Botswana, best period to visit South Africa is from April till November.
Tanzania is arguably the top dog in safari tourism. Found in Tanzania, Serengeti National Park is one the most diverse and unique natural reserves in the world. This national park is home to 500 bird and three million large animal species.
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