The highlight of the African Wildlife Safari Parks is that there are several luxury lodge accommodations for nature lovers. Since the diversity of African wildlife is as diverse as it comes, each wildlife park is a difference experience unto itself. The advantage of safari lodges is that you can enjoy the wild nature sitting at home. Since there is no need to travel from the hotel room to the safari parks, tourists can enjoy the safari all the time. It is almost as if living with the wild.
Three Amazing African Wildlife Safari’s to Watch out for
The Kruger Park of South Africa: One of the largest animal game reserves, the Kruger Park is also the one of the best and the oldest park, established in 1898. The highlight of the park is definitely the ‘Best Five’ referred to the five wild ones which are lions, leopards, rhinos, buffaloes and elephants. In addition, there are also several exotic animals, along with a large diverse population of different bird species. The landscape of the Kruger National Park is another sight and includes plains, mountains and forests. The diversity of the landscape and wildlife offers amazing opportunity for photographers. Not just for professionals, but even amateur photographers can click great pictures here as the beautiful nature strike its spectacular postures. It is relieving to see that the park is well maintained and is in good hands.
The Okavango Delta in Botswana: The largest wetland of Africa, the Okavango Delta is the size of Israel. This region has been featured in several ‘best African Wild safaris’ list. No wonder as there are so many varieties of animal species to behold. There are 64 species of reptiles alone and at least 71 species of fish. Though a wetland, the water is as clear as it can be as there is no murkiness in the water here and also there are no mangroves. A tourist can wade through the clear waters and watch animals in close proximity, of course from a safe distance. Those who want to experience a unique African safari tour should definitely visit the Okavango delta.
The Chobe National Park: This is another major attraction in Botswana, in addition to the Okavango delta. Wild elephants are the major draw of this park. The Chobe river flowing calmly with its sparkling water with the sandy terrain in the background is a vision in itself. A beautiful river, it is the nucleus of the wildlife population in the park. At any time, you will be able to spot hundreds of wild elephants along with other animals in and around the river. Established in 1968, today, the Chobe National Park is one of the most popular parks in Africa. Another attraction of the park is its amazing geography, with plains, wood forest and swamps. Also, since it is good enough to visit any time of the year, the Chobe is filled with tourists all around the year. Any time is good for Chobe, as the locals may say.