The Best Attractions and Places to Go For Wildlife Safari in Africa

“African safari is an expedition or a trip, usually by tourists, to observe animals in their natural habitat.”
An African safari holiday features on most travel bucket lists. It abounds with incredible sights, from soaring sand dunes to savannas teeming with wildlife. Experience the continent’s many wonders with our experts on trips to Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Botswana, Rwanda, Morocco, and more. Witness the annual wildebeest migration on safari in the Serengeti, or explore the sun-washed cities of Morocco through your camera lens. 
With so many incredible wildlife destinations to choose from, how do you know where to go for the best safari in Africa? 
Your choice depends on what you’re looking for: a particular species you want to see in the wild, the type of safari holiday you’re interested in (walking, game drives, camping, luxury) and who you’re travelling with, especially if you’re planning on doing a safari with kids or require an accessible safari holiday.

 

Types of Safaris
There are different forms of African safaris. The most notable ones are walking safari, hiking, or the most popular, game-drives.

Walking Safari
A walking safari involves you, your fellow travelers and a qualified guide along with an armed game scout that will take you to the best spots in the park to see wildlife or picturesque views. Like any other type of safari, walking safaris may either be a private tour or a group wherein you join other travelers.
 
Hiking Safari
Hiking safari, on the other hand, is when you go on a trekking expedition to experience the mountains like Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya, and the Drakensburg mountains. Usually, people combine these safaris with game-drives.

Game-Drives
Game-drives are a staple safari activity. You explore parks and game reserves by riding a vehicle with a pop-up roof. A tour guide/driver will come with you to drive for several hours in search of wildlife. You will drive from between 5-6 hrs. a day and whenever your guide sees a Lion, elephant, or any wildlife, you will stop to see them and/or take photos from inside your vehicle (through the pop-up roof)
 
Unlike in a zoo, there’s no set place to see the animals. Nobody knows where they will be hanging out at any time of the day, but your professional guide who’ve had years of training and experience spotting wildlife would know where they “might” be. This is why it’s important to have a good tour guide or else you will miss seeing the animals
 

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