A safari in Samburu National Reserve is a perfect decision when you're looking for a less-touristic safari experience in Kenya, because of its remoter location. On a Samburu safari, you're likely to spot 4 out of the Big Five (rhino excluded) as wildlife is relatively easy to find here, as well as many birds and mammals restricted to the arid north. Although the Dry Season gets really hot (and dry!), this is the best time to spot most wildlife. The best time to visit Samburu is from June to September and from January to February.
Established in 1967, Chobe National park is Botswana’s first game reserve. It is the country’s most biologically diverse park and home to huge herds of elephants.
The leader in low impact, upmarket tourism, Botswana offers an eco-friendly approach to a true wilderness experience.
Namibia’s best park for game viewing, Etosha National Park, is famous for the vast Etosha pan as well as its waterholes, the perfect places for animal viewing. You’d also be happy to know that four of the Big Five animals can be seen here along with other endangered species, such as the black rhinoceros.