Where to go for your Safari Holiday
Africa is a huge and varied region, offering a different type of safari experience in each country - but how do you choose where to go?
This handy guide shows you what is different about each country so you can choose based on your individual interests. Want to know the best place to see Elephants? Absolutely obsessed with cheetahs and want to get really close? Find out where here...
||Best Kept Secret
||Classic wildlife experience in the Rift Valley and Masai Mara
||First time safari experience
||Treetops Lodge in the Aberdare region, on the path of an ancient elephant migratory route.
||Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti
||Year-round game viewing
||Off the beaten track adventures from exclusive lodges in Selous and Ruaha.
||Okavango Delta. Moremi and Chobe Wildlife Reserves
||Water-based game viewing. elephant enthusiasts
||Limits on tourist numbers keeps parks quiet and exclusive, plus take the chance to stay on a houseboat on the Okavango panhandle.
||Iconic Kruger National Park
||Accessible and good value safaris
||Hluhluwe Game Reserve, a positive example of rhino conversation and efforts to raise awareness of the preservation of endangered species.
||Watering holes teeming with wildlife
||Getting close to cheetahs
||Waterberg plateau, an impressive volcanic plateau inhabited by endangered species such as rhino, antelope and over 200 species of birds.
|Malawi & Zambia
||South Luangwa National Park
||Getting right off the beaten track
||High concentration of big game in South Luangwa plus walking safaris.
||Tracking the famous mountain gorillas
||Primates, hippos and tree climbing lions
||Lake Bunyonyi, a tranquil lake surrounded by lush rolling hills, ideal for relaxation after a gorilla trek
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