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!
When you think of Africa, it’s most likely that the endless plains of Serengeti and Masai Mara come into mind. Indeed, there are fewer things better to do during a vacation than a Kenya & Tanzania safari.
If you are looking to enjoy a slice of Africa by visiting only one country, then Kenya may be it.
Bridging Asia and Australia at the crossroads of the Pacific and Indian oceans lies Indonesia, the home to some of the world’s most unique wildlife.