best safaris to do in africa

What are the best safaris to do in africa?


Need to escape ? Why not go on a safari in Africa? The African continent is the largest in the world, spanning 30 million square kilometres. With 63 countries, the terrain is large enough to enjoy an exotic holiday!

Africa is a continent where wild nature and animals reign … All in a breathtaking natural setting, under a blazing sun and in the greatest calm.

To discover the most beautiful animals of the savannah, consider booking a safari in Africa to enter lands dedicated to ancestral traditions. In this article, I reveal the list of the 11 best safaris to do in Africa , whether you are alone or with your family!

Discover the 11 best safaris to do in Africa

In this list, I reveal the most beautiful natural parks to visit during your trip to Africa. They are all unique and authentic, enough to take your eyes away. Follow the leader !

Among the most beautiful safaris in Africa, we find the Kruger National Park in South Africa. In addition to being the largest and oldest animal reserve in the country, the park is home to six different ecosystems allowing you to admire rich and varied landscapes and scenery, including the Kruger canyons. If you want to meet the famous Big Five: the lion, the elephant, the leopard, the buffalo and the rhinoceros, it is in the preserved Kruger reserve that you have to go! The advantage of this park is that you can access it without an intermediary, and you will explore it with your own vehicle. If you take the time to observe everything well, you will easily encounter African wildlife.

Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda

Murchison Falls National Park offers one of Africa’s finest safaris. Located in Uganda, this natural area is above all famous for its spectacular waterfalls! On site, you can observe fabulous wild animals such as hippos, crocodiles, buffaloes, lions and giraffes. The atmosphere of the Ugandan Murchison Falls Park offers a magnificent setting, bordered by Lake Albert and the White Nile, a true paradise place to discover.

Africa’s best-known nature reserve is in Kenya. The Massaï Mara natural park offers one of the best safaris on the African continent, but also the discovery of the tribes, a real plus for learning their rites and customs. Despite the massive influx of tourists, the Maasai have managed to preserve their territory, in order to protect the wild fauna and flora. On site, you can admire the Big Five in their natural habitat, while observing the most beautiful plant species in the nature reserve.

Located in Tanzania, the Serengeti National Park is one of the must-see places. In this haven of peace, you can observe the life of the Big Five as well as other animal species such as hyenas, wildebeest, and zebras. Serengeti Park is twinned with Ngorongoro Park, I will tell you about it in this guide because it is a place to discover, especially if you take the time to visit Serengeti Park!

Considered one of the most beautiful parks in Africa offering the best safaris, Etosha National Park in Namibia is the largest in the world! You will be able to admire the Big Five as well as many species, and you may even come across black rhinos. This endangered species has been declared endangered since the year 2013, and Namibia has approximately the highest number of black rhinos in the world. On the other hand, Etosha National Park is truly sublime with an arid white salt desert dotted with oases and small waterholes…

Bwindi Park, Uganda

Again in Uganda, Bwindi Park is located in the mountain ranges, covered by beautiful tropical forests with lush and dense vegetation! Besides offering one of the most beautiful and best safaris in Africa, Bwindi Park is the sanctuary of the mountain gorillas. During your excursion in the natural depths, you will have the chance to observe the life of the gorillas in their natural habitat. Visits are made in small groups, accompanied by a ranger, so as not to scare the gorillas.

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Exploring Serengeti National Park is akin to entering a wildlife nirvana. Renowned for its extraordinary wildlife encounters, this iconic destination stands as an African Safari model. As you chart your adventure, consider the allure of Tanzania Classic Safaris, a gateway to submerge yourself in the Serengeti’s wonders. Witness the annual wildebeest migration and behold the majestic Big Five. The Serengeti offers a complete safari experience.

Amboseli Park, Kenya

If you want to enjoy a magnificent safari in Africa, all with a breathtaking view of Kilimanjaro, then go to Amboseli Park in Kenya! It is one of the largest national parks in Kenya, and the second most visited after the Masai Mara Park. Moreover, this nature reserve has been classified as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO since 1980. You can enjoy a spectacular view of the mountain massif and Amboseli Park is home to the famous Big Five as well as a number of species. animals to discover!

The Ngorongoro crater is located in the north of Tanzania, a park twinned with the Serengeti park that I presented to you a little earlier in this guide. Considered one of the most beautiful safari parks in Africa, the Ngorongoro Crater is home to the largest concentration of animals in the world including the Big Five, flamingos, black rhinos, as well as wildebeest! Besides, know that the park is not that big, but it really surprises with its crater 20 kilometers in diameter, contrasted by red volcanic rocks and green trees.

Chobe Park, Botswana

Above all, Chobe National Park is Botswana’s first national park and has the greatest biodiversity. Even if this park is not as well known as all those discussed in this guide, Chobe Park is nevertheless a real sanctuary with an important wildlife! Bordered by the Chobe River, this wildlife sanctuary is an essential water source and highly prized by elephants. If you lack inspiration to go to Africa, give Chobe Park in Botswana a chance!

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