Africa Wildlife Safari
The African wilderness is like no other. The sounds of the wild are transcending, taking you to a place like no other. The trumpeting of the elephants, roar of the lion or the neighing of the zebra make you fall in love with mother nature. The peace amongst the wild sounds tingles your senses. Enjoy the scenic beauty of the savanna plains as you drive alongside the game. Heritage safaris takes you to the top safari destinations for amazing wildlife encounters. Enjoy close viewing of the Big 5 during your game drives on your Africa wildlife safaris
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Wildlife Safaris in Kenya
The Kenyan plains are the home to Safari travel. The vast plain lands are swarming with enormous herds of wildlife. Kenya is the top safari destination for wildlife in Africa. The unending savanna plains are dotted with acacia trees offering life to plenty of wildlife and birdlife. The luxury accommodation offers an unforgettable safari experience. The big five (Lions, elephants, rhinos, buffalo and leopards) are seen on a wildlife safari in Kenya. Other wildlife include; wildebeests, giraffes, eland, zebra, wild dogs, hyenas, cheetah to mention but a few.
Notably, Kenya is famous for its great wildebeest migration. Here, millions of animals cross the Mara river in search for fresh grass. The treacherous route leads them right through the crocodile territory. The feeding frenzy is like no other. Other predators like lions are ever present for the opportunity of an easy meal.
Visit the Samburu national reserve for rare sightings of Reticulated Giraffes, Somali Ostrich, Beisa Oryx, Gerenuk Oryx and the Grevy Zebra. The Amboseli national park on the other hand offers majestic views of the highest mountain in Africa, Mt Kilimanjaro. The park is home to Elephants, wild dogs, giraffes, lions, leopards, cheetahs and many more. The captivating landscape and gigantic herds of elephants of Tsavo offer unforgettable Africa wildlife safaris. Although the park is the least populated in Kenya, it offers exclusive wildlife encounters.
Wildlife safaris in Tanzania
Tanzania is the ultimate safari destination with her natural magnificence, astounding game, romantic beaches and ancient historical towns. The towering Mt Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, ascends from the savannah plains offering a picturesque backdrop to your African wildlife safaris. The Serengeti is the most illustrious wilderness offering inspiration to tourists, photographers and writers. Immerse yourself into the wild with the annual great migration, the world’s largest animal mass migration. In search for fresh green pasture, millions of antelope migrate to the Masai Mara in Kenya.
The Ngorongoro crater lies in the Northern part of Tanzania is the largest caldera in the world. The crater is home to vast herds of wildebeest, hippos, lions, zebras, eland, gazelles, elephants, black rhinos spotted hyenas and 550 recorded bird species. Lake Manyara on the other hand offers a diverse landscape ranging from dense woodlands, steep mountainsides and rift valley soda lake. The park is notably famous for her tree climbing lions, immense herds of elephants, masai giraffe, large herds of buffalo, cheetahs, impala, wild dogs and many more. The pink flamingo can be seen by the shores of the lake.
The Katavi national park is one of the remote but beautiful wilderness in Tanzania. The diverse terrain of open grasslands, pristine forests, flood plains offer habitat to the different wildlife in the park. Hippos and crocodiles can be spotted in the water mashes while the grasslands beam with elephants, giraffes, spotted hyenas, buffalo, waterbucks, wildebeests, topi and many more. The Tarangire national park is one of the least visited national parks in Tanzania. This remote game reserve, dotted by baobab trees, offers spectacular game viewing. The lush fields in the dry seasons attracts herds of elephants, antelope and buffalo bringing the predators along. Lions, leopards, and wild dogs are spotted on your Africa wildlife safaris.
Wildlife safaris in Uganda.
Although Uganda is relatively unknown for its wildlife, the diverse terrain that make up the country offer sanctuary to amazing wildlife species. From the dense forests in the south and semi-arid plains in the north, Uganda is home to spectacular view life and offers the Big 5 on your wildlife safari. Murchison falls national park is the biggest and most visited national park in Uganda. With its diverse terrain, the park boasts a tropical forest, thick woodland, savanna plains and its transversed by the Mighty River Nile. Chimpanzees thrive in the Budongo forest while the savanna plains are home to herds of elephants, buffalo, Rothschild giraffe, buffalo, hippos and various types of antelope. The predators include lions, leopards, hyenas and the side stripped jackals.
Queen Elizabeth national park, is famous for her tree climbing lions. These are found in the Ishasha sector of the park. Big herds of elephants, buffalo, topi, hippos, crocodiles, leopards, hyenas and big herds of antelopes are seen on the Kasenyi plains. The towering Mt Rwenzori acts as a backdrop to your safari. The snowcapped ranges tower over the horizon offering hiking expeditions for the experienced climbers.
Named as Africa’s hidden gem by CN travel, Kidepo valley national park is found in the north eastern part of Uganda, boarding with South Sudan and Kenya. The incomparable beauty of the region offers exclusive wildlife viewing. The rock up crops, the flat savanna plains offer unforgettable experiences. Lions, leopards, cheetahs and hyenas are the predominant predators in the park. The park is known for her big herds of buffalo. Elephants, zebra, giraffe and eland can be seen on the picturesque savanna plains.
Wildlife safaris in Rwanda
Famous for her mountain gorillas, Rwanda is a popular destination for gorilla trekking. However, the scenic land locked country has more to offer than the gorillas. The Akagera national park has become a popular destination for game viewing. Due to the conservation efforts of the African Parks Conservations, lions and rhinos were reintroduced and have steadily grown in number. Other game in the park include giraffes, zebra, elephants, buffalo, leopards, hyenas, eland and many more antelopes.