These felines are one of the most prominent highlights of anyone's safari experience. The African leopard is an extremely fast animal and an expert at camouflage. As a result, it is more difficult to spot them while onsite. This is the very reason why enthusiasts consider it an honour to even get a glimpse of them. Check out the available safari leopard packages here and prepare for a hide and seek sort of an adventure!
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.
Consisting of the African lion, African leopard, African elephant, the Cape buffalo, and the endangered black rhino, the Big Five are the ‘celebrities’ of the African bush. Out of these five species, the African Leopard is the most elusive and hardest to spot as it’s a master of camouflage and stealth.
As the jeep makes its way on the dusty roads, suddenly it comes to a stop. The ranger motions you to stay quiet. The next second, he points to a bush where a family of lions is busy watching the zebras grazing nearby. All the while, there are also wildebeest and antelopes lurking by.
With the increasing popularity of walking safaris in Africa, the question of how to survive an animal attack is a reasonable one to ask. Humans have impressive brainpower but, let's face it, we’re pretty useless at defending ourselves against wild animals. (Bear Grylls is probably the only exception to this.)