As the third largest land animal, the hippo can reach up to five meters long. It’s easy to understand why seeing them in their natural habitat is always such a thrilling experience. On a hippo safari, you will be able to observe these epic animals from a bridge or from the side of a river. You will witness them grunting and yawning, as they slowly swim around. Be warned that they are also considered some of the most dangerous animals in the world. So during your safari trip, rest assured that you’ll be observing them from a distance.
Part of the unassuming thrill of a safari is the possibility of coming close to danger and looking it in the eye. It is in the possibility of staring down at it, knowing full well that very little sits between you and possible chaos that kicks your adrenaline into overdrive and have you on the edge of your seats.
The canoe is gliding silently on the Amazon high waters. In the distance, you can hear the roar of a howler monkey.
A spec of black amidst the green foliage. It is stirring! Your guide points up in the tree where a gorilla is minding its own business as if they aren’t even bothered by the humans.