Africa is home to some of the world’s most sought-after games, and for good reason. The Big Five list consists of Africa’s top five hardest animal species: Lion (black or white), Elephant Cape Buffalo Leopard Rhino). A great safari tour will provide visitors with an opportunity to see these magnificent creatures up close in their natural habitat while learning about how important it can be to preserve wildlife diversity!
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Top 10: Moremi Game Reserve
Moremi Game Reserve is a place I go to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. It’s deep in the heart of Africa, but not too far away from other destinations like Kruger National Park or Ladysmith–you can visit all three if you combine your time here!
Moremi Game Reserve is located in the heart of Botswana, across from Zambia. This rich delta habitat has diverse terrain that includes deserts as well as peat bogs and floodplains with abundant wildlife including lions, cheetahs hippos crocodiles! It’s best visited during the dry season when seasonal pans are dried up but animals still come out to drink at certain points throughout their day due to this hot climate trend known locally as ‘the rains’.
Top 9: Hwange National Park
A true Zimbabwean adventure awaits you in Hwange National Park. The landscape is awe-inspiring with expansive views of the Savuti river valley, game viewing on open grassland, or close-up encounters by traditional methods like betting (a type of elephant hunting).
Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe has many animals, including elephants that are protected by guards. The best time to visit this wildlife refuge is when Pres Mugabe steps down from power because then you know it won’t be his fault if something happens!
Top 8: South Luangwa National Park
South Luangwa National Park is a paradise for those who enjoy pristine nature. You can see many animals and bird species in this area, as well as go on wonderful game drives that will allow you to get up close with them!
One of the most famous national parks in all of Africa, South Luangwa National Park is centered around an ancient river system. This area supports abundant crocodiles and hippos as well as other wildlife that can be found on foot safaris through their lush forest canopy! The best time for a big game trip inside these borders will depend largely upon what you’re looking forward to seeing: from April-October when rain tends not only to make walks easier but more rewarding too; or November through March – during which dry season there’s little vegetation left so tracking becomes much harder than it should be with less chance at success?
Top 7: Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park is home to many animals and vegetation. It’s also a great place for tourists looking into an African safari experience!
A visit to Amboseli National Park will be an unforgettable experience for any visitor. The snow-capped mountain towering above the park provides one of Kenya’s most stunning displays of wildlife, while also providing a backdrop with which you can meet some extraordinary people known as Masai who live here in their traditional manner.
Top 6: Etosha National Park
One of the best places to set up camp in Africa is Etosha National Park. It’s got some incredible wildlife and you’re never more than 10 minutes away from either game or a watering hole with deep green pools that will make your dog happy all day long!
The Etosha National Park in Namibia is a vast salt pan that fills with water briefly every summer. It’s here where you will find thousands of flamingos attracted to the blue-green algae, which lures them for life! The three rest camps serve as your basecamp when exploring all this natural beauty has to offer – self-drive safaris are recommended so visitors can choose how far they want their adventure takes them.
Top 5: Kruger National Park
The Kruger National Park is a dream for any traveler. The wildlife and natural beauty in this park will fill your heart with joy as it has done mine!
With more than 500 species of plants and animals, the Kruger National Park is a great place for naturalists. It has accommodations that range from luxury lodges with restaurants to rustic tented camps where you get to experience what life was like back in Africa centuries ago!
Top 4: Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park is one of Botswana’s most famous national parks. The landscape varies from savannah to mountains, with an abundance of wildlife and elephant populations in between!
The Chobe National Park is wildlife heaven for those who love to see elephants, lions, and giraffes up close. The large mammals congregate near the water sources during the dry season between May and September when they are most visible!
Top 3: Ngorongoro Conservation Area
One of the best places to go for a quick getaway is Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This conservation area has an abundance of wildlife and stunning views that will leave your heart full, especially if you’re lucky enough to spot rhinos!
The Ngorongoro Conservation area in Tanzania contains one of the last great wildlife preserves on Earth. The ancient volcanic peak has been collapsed and forms a crater, providing natural shelter for an array of wild animals from all over Africa – some endangered like Black Rhino!
Top 2: Masai Mara National Reserve
You can’t get more African than this. You’ll be in a world of endless possibilities with the Masai Mara National Reserve, one of our most popular safari destinations that never fails to amaze visitors from around the globe!
The Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is a popular game park with over two million tourists visiting each year. The exceptional population of animals and annual migration makes this one-of-a-kind destination an exciting place to be!
The Great Migration starts up again soon; it takes place every July when zebras from Tanzania head out for their ride across Africa while wildebeest follow suit until October when they all meet back at the Serengeti once more.
Top 1: Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti National Park is a wildlife sanctuary in Tanzania. This area has been called “the lungs of Africa” because more than half the world’s large mammals can be found here, such as lions, zebras, and giraffes to name just three!
Serengeti National Park is a land of the great migration, home to an annual event that brings together over one million wildebeest and zebra. In May when grass becomes dry and exhausted as these animals seek out water for their herds in what has become known as “The great Migration.” It’s hard not to be amazed by this incredible natural spectacle!