Make the Most of Your African Safari Holidays
How do you plan to spend your vacation in Africa? When planning your safari adventure, there are many countries to choose from, with different safari packages to offer, making planning a big challenge. When planning your safari holiday adventure, it is important to take into consideration your budget, travel dates, climate or weather, type of accommodation you want, and your preferred itinerary. First, you need to choose between East or Southern Africa. Get ready to post your African escapade and adventure on Facebook and Youtube!
The East African countries for safari adventure include Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda. You’ll find here the Masai Mara, Ngorongoro Crater, Mount Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti National Park, and the Selous Game Reserve. Depending on the time of travelling, you may also have the chance to see the rare Great Migration. In East Africa, beach extensions are accessible with the coastlines of Kenya and Tanzania as well as Zanzibar. East Africa is dry during summer with little seasonal variation in temperature since it has an equatorial climate. In Southern Africa, it includes Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and Namibia. The great safari destinations include Cobe and Okavango Delta, Luangwa and Kruger National Parks. In South Africa, the summer months start from December up to March when you can best enjoy Cape Town and Victoria Falls, as well as beach extensions including Mauritius, Mozambique, and Seychelles. There are a lot of safari activities and other activities of special interest such as game drives, walking safaris, trekking, riding safaris (camels, horses, elephants), cultural experiences, water-based safaris, fishing, snorkelling, diving, adrenaline sports, and adventure sports. When it comes to game drives, most games are either open vehicles with or without shade roofs, or closed vehicles with roof hatches and normal windows. Walking safaris allow you to experience the wildlife is a different way than riding a vehicle, a horse or a camel because you get to see, smell and hear things that you miss from riding, and also a means of exercising while learning about plants, insects, tracks, birds, and more.
Riding safaris are usually offered in Botswana, Kenya, and South Africa. Aside from Botswana and South Africa, you can also find elephant riding in Zimbabwe and Zambia, and get to watch them interact and ride them in the wild. You’ll definitely be amazed at Africa’s wildest creatures, and get to see them live such as lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog, rhino, chimpanzee, gorilla, and elephant. You can get more information about making your African holiday vacation your best vacation ever, by viewing our website or homepage for more related articles. Visit Africa and experience great fun and adventure like you never experienced before!