The great news is that there are amazing African Safari Tours which can help spot wildlife and a chance to enjoy nature in its abounding glory. It is a great experience to be in the company of African jungles that house a large variety of animals and plants. The African safaris make you realize the importance of sharing the planet with nature and its wild occupants as without them, this earth will be inhabitable. Thus, these safaris can be excellent educational tours for children, for once they go on an African safari, they will sure learn to value nature all the more.
There are numerous wildlife parks in Africa. In fact, most of the African nations have their own wildlife population, be it South Africa, Kenya, Algeria, Botswana, Tanzania, Madagascar, Namibia, Uganda and more. Here is a look at the world of african safari wildlife park.
Hwange National Park: This Park in Zimbabwe has several titles to its credit, one being, it is the largest game reserve in the country, plus it is home to one of the largest number of wild dogs in Africa. It also has a huge population of various other animals as well, including elephants, lions and giraffes. You can also look forward to spotting 105 species of different mammals as well. You can choose to stay at one of the various luxury lodges that offer great stay and other facilities. The bonus of staying at any of the safari lodge is that you can also pay a visit to the famous Victoria Falls, which is nearby.
Etosha National Park: This is definitely one of the jewels of South Africa as it is the one of the country’s best and most renowned game reserves. It is truly a haven for wildlife enthusiasts as there is a wide diversity of species in the park. Renowned as one of the best safaris in Africa, the Etosha National Park in Namibia is as amazing as it can be. Though there are different species of animals here, there is just one fish species that is found here, which is quite an amusing fact.
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area: Located in Tanzania, it has the largest volcanic crater found in the world, which also serves as the closure space for wildlife. In fact, the place is named after the crater. This is also one of the historical places as ancient historical relics have been excavated from the region. The entire area is conserved.
The Masai Mara National Reserve: Located in Kenya, one can say that this park is definitely the highlight of the country. In fact, it is the premier destination of Kenya. Whoever visits the country, either comes to see the reserve alone or lists it under the ‘must-visit’ places in Kenya. It is situated near the Great Rift Valley and is mainly grassland which makes the safari tour to the reserve all the more fascinating. The major attraction has to be the migratory animals here which arrives at the reserve in July and then returns to their abode in November.