What's amazing about a safari in Malawi is that nature is so undisturbed here that you won't know what to expect. Unlike some locations where animals seem lined up for your viewing, here you get to discover and track the wildlife yourself. There aren't a lot of travelers to be found and the landscape is completely unspoiled. The area also boasts with wide ranging species of birds. Whether you prefer to be in a 4X4 vehicle, a boat, or simply walk, a Malawi safari will definitely be worth the experience!
Africa is not all arid deserts and vast savannas teeming with large mammals and predators. Its barely touched jungles, narrow valleys, dramatic cliffs, snow-capped peaks, and crystal-clear seas are just aching to be explored.
By the time we got to Amboseli, passing colorful Maasai men and women, who rightfully called this area, too, home, I had gone through many states of tiredness, boredom, indignation, seen the slums of Nairobi and then let them all go down with a teasing French fry.
Going on a safari in Africa is inspiring and exciting. It is also wild. And while wild animal encounters make the experience that much more memorable, they are the biggest reason why we should discuss safety.
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