If you like watching wildlife programmes on television, then you would love an African Safari where you can feel, breath and be immersed amongst nature and wildlife. A game drive through some of Africans most famous national parks like Kruger National Park, Chobe National Park, Etosha National Park, Maasai Mara National Park, and Okavango Delta would exceed your wildest expectations.
An African Safari should include a variety of activities as Africa offers so much to do and see. An African Safari highlight has to be experiencing both the daytime game drives and also the night game drive or walking safaris. It is surprising how many African animals can be seen at night under the guidance of a African Safari guide. The expertise of the safari guide is invaluable assisting with spotting and naming creatures hidden in the dry grassy savannahs or tentatively drinking at a waterhole.
Namibia, Kenya, Botswana, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania and South Africa all provide incredible African Safari experiences. Each country in Africa is unique in its own right offering a different African Safari outcome or story to tell friends and family. Of course the African wildlife has to be one of the many highlights but so might be a Hot Air Balloon Safari overlooking the Great Wildebeest Migration, or Shark Diving, or quad biking on the Sossusvlei Sand Dunes, or maybe partaking one of the many delicious wine tasting experiences on the Garden Route.
Choosing an African Safari is important decision making sure your hard earned money and time is used to the best. A small group safari allows you the flexibility and uniqueness that only a small number of guests can offer. Scheduled departures on a African Safari have been carefully aligned to coincide with the best wildlife viewing and seasons enhancing your holiday experience. Most likely most meals, all entrance fees, accommodation and a fully qualified guide will be included in an African Safari.
Spotting wildlife in their natural environment is an important requirement on an African Safari so the inclusion of multiple game drives both daytime and night drives is a must. A professional guide and driver will ensure that the extended 4WD vehicles take you to the best areas, water holes and savannahs throughout your safaris national parks and game reserves.