Experience Nature in its Full Glory with These Safaris

10 September 2017 0 Comments

 Adventuring on a Safari is not just about spotting wildlife, it’s about witnessing and experiencing nature in its absolute glory. Here are our favourite safaris trips for you to go wild for.

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Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

Masai Mara National Reserve is regarded as one of the greatest game sites in the world. The sheer number of animal and bird species that inhabits park justifies its recognition. The Kenyan reserve is home to millions of wild beasts, look out for zebras, gazelles, cheetahs, jackals and around 450 bird species.

Kruger National Park, South Africa

Kruger National Park is South Africa’s top attraction. The park offers self drive option and stays ranging from tented camps to luxury camps. The park is home to staggering diversity of wildlife including 145 mammal species and 500 bird species. At the park you can spot African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard, rhinoceros, hippos, cheetahs, crocodiles, wild dogs and numerous species of antelopes.

Kulu Safaris, Sri Lanka

Kulu in Sinhalese means untamed. The name justifies the experience that anyone feels once inside the park.  It is one of the best spots to see the large herds of elephants. The park is also home to the densest leopard population in the world. Apart from elephants and leopards, monkeys, sloths, deer, crocodiles, jackals, wild buffalos, and up to 426 species of birds, including storks, ibis and the delightful bee-eater grazes the place making it one of the richest and fulfilling safaris in the world.

Chobe National Park, Botswana

Covering a diverse range of eco-systems, the concentration of wildlife at Chobe National Park is pretty high, particularly elephants that are difficult to miss while on the tour. April to October is the best time as it sees herds of zebra, antelopes, buffalo, giraffe and wildebeest at the water sources. The boat cruises are an excellent experience you can even rent a houseboat for accommodation.

These are some of the most amazing safaris in the world. Here, you can witness the wild animals roaming freely in their unspoiled habitat, making it an experience close to nature. However, before you set out for a safari, ensure that you have a travel insurance to safeguard you in the event of any unforeseen incidents.


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