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Best Safaris in Africa

Namibia – Etosha National Park

Etosha boasts Africa’s tallest elephants and the largest population of Black Rhino. The salt pan creates mirages which have to be seen to be disbelieved!

Botswana – Chobe National Park

Chobe is an unusual mix of river, land and marsh based safaris within the Okavango Delta. Have you ever seen an elephant swim?  

Rwanda – Virunga Volcanoes Conservation Area

Virunga gives you the opportunity to get up-close and personal with the very rare Mountain Gorilla. 350 of these extremely endangered Great Apes live in the conservation area, the largest number in the world.

South Africa – The Kruger National Park

When you think of Safari, you probably think of the Kruger National Park. One of the oldest and best-run parks in Africa, it is the easiest way to see the Big 5. Well maintained and with a range of lodges from economy to super luxury, Kruger is the essential starting point for your African adventure.

Tanzania – Serengeti National Park

The wild and untamed Serengeti is known for the migration of hundreds of thousands of zebra and wildebeest during migration season. They are followed closely lions and other major predators. The drama of life and death is on display in the most spectacular form.

Botswana and South Africa – Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

At 38 000 square kilometres, this is one of the largest parks in Africa, stretching over parts of South Africa and Botswana. Known for its red sand dunes this extremely hot and cold desert boats over 200 types of birds, a large number of buck and antelope and most of the big cats. The rugged Kalahari Lion is the special star of this park.

Gambia – Bird watching

If you prefer watching our feathered friends, then Gambia is your destination of choice. There are six national parks along the Gambia River that offer unparalleled birdwatching. Over 600 species to be seen  

The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa – for he has so much to look forward to.

Richard Mullin

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