Take an Exotic Safari, Like Non-Other and Have it All To Yourself
Posted By: SPD
Post Date: March 8, 2017
Gone are the days when Africa was haunted and avoided for tourism. Today, it offers the best safari destinations in the world, a trip to where lives long in your memory. The politically no-go areas of Africa now are open for tourism and vacations. Out of all, the Botswana Safari is the best and offers a unique safari experience with rich wildlife regions including Linyanti and Okavango Delta. Another recommended safari is in Tanzania that has endless wildlife creatures, which will amaze you. Kenya also offers outstanding safari, but it still can’t beat Africa. You will get to know more about the amazing safari destinations you’ll have all by yourself as the article unfolds.
It is without a shred of doubt that the best safari exists in the central Africa. The catchiest features are its flatness and dryness. It is almost a thousand meters above the sea level. The eastern part of Botswana experiences the heaviest summer rainfall, and it is where the majority of the population lives, which altogether makes the Kalahari Desert. The Okavango Delta is another unique feature it possesses. Do you know what is worth visiting there? It’s the wetland within the desert that receives water from the rain that falls a thousand kilometers away. The wildlife view isn’t as frequent as in other African regions, but they are unique and exclusive. Botswana is a unique safari tourism destination that is always monitored for the safety of the travelers. It provides safety to the participants, which you won't find in other regions.
Chobe National Park
It is an outstanding peacock blue river where lie the enormous amount of gaming opportunities. It is in Okavango Delta, Botswana with the densest wildlife. What we recommend you is a visit to the Savute Marsh enriched with wildlife throughout the season. It also offers you a great range of lodgings for all size of pockets. Chobe is a home of several dying out species, including cheetah, wild dog, and brown hyena. We assure you there is no place where you can enjoy water safari to witness wildlife within the papyrus-shrouded curves around rivers.
The excitement doesn’t end here.
- You can also meet the native inhabitant named Sam Bushmen, who will enlighten you with their unique culture.
- Enjoy spa services, undisturbed views, and gourmet food at the Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero lounge.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest Reserve
Located in Uganda, it is one of the most eye-catching safaris in Africa. It has huge mountain gorillas that guides ask you not to stare, but it isn't that simple. These soft giants have mesmerizing eyes that hold your attention towards them. It is the home of more than half of the mountain gorillas of the world, so you can imagine what an experience you can have. This region is also blessed with volcanoes that make valleys, landscapes, and waterfalls covered with mist. Apart from the mountain gorillas, it has a birding region too, that has two-dozen native Albertine Rift. The presence of the endangered African Green Broadbill also makes the area unique of its kind.
Etosha National Park
Etosha is home to cheetahs, endangered black rhino, and the tallest elephant. It experiences a period springs when you can see the giant cats. Located in Namibia, the Etosha National Park holds serious tourist attention with its rocky coastlines, barren beauty, and growing landscapes. Visitors are exclusively welcomed into the camp park boundaries. What’s not to miss there? It’s the camps built on treetops. Yes, they are known as Onguma Treetop Camp with appealing views over the Onguma Game Reserve.
Masai Mara National Reserve
Even though other sites are equally serene, Masai Mara is the most visited of all. The dispersed acacia woodland and rolling grasslands make it irreplaceable. The best duration to visit Masai Mara is from July to October when there is a massive influx of wildebeest. It is known as the annual migration. For your temporary stay, there is luxury camping cling within the woodlands in Talak River. They are known as Naibor Camp. What should you do there? Have a look!
- Enasoit is the specialty of this spectacular safari, so do visit it.
- Sailing on serene Lamu archipelago.
- Explore all the deserted beaches.
- Visiting nomadic tribes by helicopter or through traditional Jeep.
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