As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it's not hard to see why Mana Pools National Park is a well-known place to visit in Zimbabwe. You should know that this unique park has two ‘faces’. During the rainy season, the usual flood plains you see turn into a vast lake. This may also be the reason why canoe safaris, in particular, are popular here. With a Mana Pools safari, you’ll get the chance to see over 350 bird species, aquatic wildlife, and of course, some majestic land creatures!
Tanzania is a feast for the senses. Its unparalleled natural beauty and wildlife viewing are simply breathtaking.
The Ngorongoro Crater is certainly one of a kind. It’s the largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera on Earth offering unique wildlife viewing and the only place where humans and animals coexist in harmony.
Often called the “Land of Giants”, due to the massive tusks that the elephants carry here, Amboseli National Park showcases classic East-African landscapes.