Also known as the ‘White Mountain’, a safari in Kilimanjaro is full of surprises. If you decide to go trekking to its peak, expect contrasting scenes at every step. From mountainous deserts, swamps, lush tropical forests, and even to a freezing glacier at the top; on every corner, a new scenic view will await on your Kilimanjaro safari tour. Wildlife is present especially in the forested areas, yet in less numbers than in the nearby national parks. Even so, you are likely to encounter a variety of spectacular monkeys and an even wider range of birds.
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.