An adventure holiday doesn’t come any better than an African safari. Sure, it can get costly but this cost can be cut down if you concentrate your holiday in one specific country.
Choosing an African dream safari comes down to how much time you have to spend, your budget and whether you want to simply see the big five of the African wildlife scene.
It also depends on whether you want to enjoy the other attractions Africa has to offer such as, the flora, birdlife and the beaches. Let’s take a look at three must see destinations when considering your African dream safari.
When Botswana comes up in discussions the Okavango Delta immediately springs to mind.
The Okavango Delta is one of the largest inland waterways in the world and is home to a diverse range of fauna and flora. May to November present the best opportunities for game viewing and safaris include both walking and vehicle excursions. Serengeti
There is little doubt Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park offers the most spectacular viewing of wildlife not only in Africa, but possibly the world. It’s always high up in African dream safari discussions because of it’s high concentration of fauna and amazing landscape.
The Serengeti is an amazing place to be during the great animal migration period from November to May. Here we have the classic predator vs. prey confrontations as the worlds most fearsome predators stalk and hunt their food. As a tourist, you’ll have front row seats to witnessing nature at it’s most fearsome and intimidating.
Kruger National Park
South Africa’s Kruger National Park seems to elevate thoughts of commercialism for many but the truth is, it’s still one of the most unspoilt natural wildlife and fauna areas in the world.
It’s concentration of all manner of life forms spread out over nearly 2 million hectares means it’s one of the most pristine ecological havens anywhere on the planet and those who oversee it’s operations, jealously guard it’s pristine qualities. It’s a top three performer in any African dream safari honor roll.