A Kenya Safari gives you a chance to see the Great Wildebeest Migration and the Big 5. Known for it’s lush national parks and the abundant wildlife within them, planning a Kenya Safari involves...
Tanzania Safari, the very word ushers images of a wild and untamed land teeming with the classic African wildlife. Overshadowed by the Kenya safari scene, it remains a hidden gem in Africa. Not only does Tanzania hold about 20% of the continent’s mammal biomass, it is also home to Mt Kilimanjaro and the Ngorongoro crater, which has the densest big wildlife population in the world.
An African safari is a once in a lifetime experience. Here we compare the top three countries to visit on an African safari in Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa.
Planning a Safari to Kenya? Kenya is home to some of the best National Parks in the world and you can see a range of wildlife here, so planning your time here is crucial. we’re going to cover all the basics for planning a Kenyan safari from getting there to which parks you should consider.