African Safari

African Safari Wildlife Park

When the time comes to book your next vacation and you can’t bear the thought of lazily lying around a pool all day every day; consider booking a trip to an African safari wildlife park. The most breathtaking sights await you, from magnificent wildlife to diverse landscapes, including desert, savannah plains, mountains, and salt pans.
The photographic opportunities are second to none; take a guided tour on foot, or book a 4×4 tour with a designated guide and professional photographer. Between them, they have a rich knowledge of the locality, ecology, and all of its inhabitants, guaranteeing you the finest set of pictorial memories to show the folks back home.
Whether you buy a daily pass to drive through the park or book to stay in a hotel or tent, prepare to see jaw-dropping scenery. Expect to make new friends along the way and experience wildlife, up close and personal, in its backyard.

How long does a tour of an Safari Wildlife Park take?

The duration of a safari depends on several criteria; do you want to visit a single park or multiple parks snd how much rest time between tours? Consider how busy the parks are, and of course, your budget.
Most wildlife parks offer taster safaris that usually lasts 3 or 4 days, which is sufficient time to experience everything, see most animals, and enjoy the nightlife in camp.  Although this is a budget-friendly option, you still have to factor in the length of travel to reach your chosen destination. You could be away from home for a week and only have 3 or 4 days in the park.  You can tailor the safari to suit your needs. For instance, keen photographers are encouraged to go out twice daily. Sunrise and sunset are when the animals are most active; natural light creates stunning atmospheric backdrops for photographs.

Each tour lasts 3-4hours, leaving enough time in between for a leisurely lunch, a swim, or maybe building new friendships.
A full-safari experience typically lasts 2-weeks. This allows plenty of travel time, 5-7 days out in the jeep, and lots of free time to explore, visit the beach, the bush, or book excursions to any of the fascinating local sights. You might prefer to book a day ticket and jump on one of the tour buses, where park officials and guides take you to the areas of the park where you’re likely to see most wild animals.
Similarly, a self-drive-thru safari adventure gives you all day to experience lots of regions of the park.

Is it safe to go on safari in Africa?

All African safari wildlife parks pride themselves on their stringent safety features, but wild animals are unpredictable and, well, wild. All visitors must adhere to the rules posted everywhere around the parks, stay in their vehicles when asked to, listen to the guides, and remain alert. On average, only one person loses their life to a wild animal incident each year. Although that is one too many, it is a remarkable testament to the safety of African safaris. Mosquitoes are one of the worst enemies; ensure you’re up to date with vaccinations, carry plenty of repellents, you will be fine. Also, carry lots of water; it gets hot, dry, and dusty out there.

Which is the safest place for an African safari?

Many regions of Africa are probably much safer than you think; the biggest threat comes from the wildlife.

Botswana has a reputation for high safety standards across its many big game parks. Crime is low; the guides are amongst the most highly experienced and well-versed in keeping guests safe.

 Namibia is another country with very low crime rates and high safety expectations. Many of the sparse population rely on the safari tourist trade for their income and look after them immaculately. A good guide knows how to keep their guests safe on a wildlife-packed safari.

 Kenya receives over one million safari-goers each year so, they know their stuff! If guests remain in the guided wilderness areas, the only threat comes from any animal species encounters – but don’t fret, the driver will get you out of harm’s way with ease.;

Which country has the best wildlife safaris?

Uganda – Known as the Pearl of Africa due to its diverse landscapes of stunning mountain ranges, hills, and lakes. Savannah plains and rainforest environments provide awesome photography opportunities.

 Animals you might see – mountain gorilla, African elephant, lion, chimpanzee,  leopard.

Namibia – It’s hard to believe but, the huge expanse of desert in Namibia is a bit of a hidden gem when it comes to safaris, and it shouldn’t be. The region is so diverse; it contains the world’s highest dunes, the second largest canyon, expansive salt pans, and grasslands. Expect to see so many spectacular sights in Etosha National Park and other  African safari wildlife parks across the country.

            Animals you might see – lion, elephant, black and white rhino, leopard, giraffe, dik- dik, wildebeest, springbok, amongst many other types of animal and bird species.


If you’re looking for a vacation with a difference, consider a visit to an African safari wildlife park. You can stay in luxurious accommodation, safely visit some of the most spectacular sights on the earth, see all types of wild animals in their natural environments, and return home with photographic memories to make your friends and family green with envy. I can’t imagine a more exciting way to spend two weeks, can you?

African safari wildlife park

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