Safari is derived from the Swahili word for travel or journey and it refers to an expedition to observe, watch, and photograph wildlife in their natural habitat. If you are looking to undertake a memorable trip that will leave you in bewilderment and awe, then look no further than a luxury safari experience. Although there are many safari services out there, Luxury Safari will be able to provide you with an experience that you will truly cherish for many years to come.
Why is Luxury Safari an excellent choice? Because of its incredible features.
- Get to stay in high end luxury lodges while enjoying a breathtaking view of the African landscape.
- High end tents for those who want a traditional safari experience.
- World class exquisite and scrumptious dishes.
- Reside in unspoilt natural beauty amidst exotic wildlife in a variety of different lodges.
- Designed for a small group of people.
- Exclusive services available such as night safaris and hot-air balloon rides.
- Efficient and reliable modes of transport like private charter airplanes and high level jeeps.
- Flexible pricing options available.
Luxury safaris take place in a number of natural game reserves and national parks of Tanzania, Namibia, Botswana, and Mozambique. Let’s take a brief look at some of the famous parks in each of the four countries.
The Serengeti and the Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania
The picturesque Serengeti National Park is located in the Northwest of Tanzania and it shares a border with Kenya’s Masai Mara park. It covers an area of around 30,000 square kilometres and you can witness about two million wildebeest trying to cross the Mara River into Kenya. This mass migration takes place annually; in addition, it is also home to elephants, rhinos, and lions.
The serene and scenic Selous Game Reserve is situated in Southern Tanzania and it is the world’s largest game reserves. Spanning an area of about 54,600 square kilometres, it hosts the world’s most diverse wildlife and untapped natural beauty.
Etosha National Park in Namibia
Situated in North-western Namibia, it is consists of the white-green salt pan which is 130 km in length and 50 km in width. It is home to Indian elephants, lions, black rhinos, and giraffes, and during the summer months, diverse species of birds like flamingos, pelicans, owls, eagles, ostriches, and hornbills. Many animals gather at waterholes and this makes for a colourful safari.
Moremi National Park in Botswana
Located in eastern Okavango Delta; it is the largest inland delta in the world and situated in Northern Botswana. Covering an area of 5000 square kilometres, it is home to a diverse wildlife population and you can observe elephants, leopards, cheetahs, buffalos, hippos, lions, black rhino, white rhino, topi, and lechwe. Additionally, you will encounter the endangered African wild dog as well as nearly 400 different species of birds.
Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique
Situated in Southern Great African Rift Valley in central Mozambique, the Gorongosa park spans an area of around 4000 square kilometres. It is host to the most densest and diverse wildlife including elephants, warthogs, various reptiles, bushbucks, hippos, lions, buffalos, wildebeests, zebras, and more than 500 different species of birds.
Ugh – This is one of my ultimate goals.
Ive got it on my 40 before 40 bucket list, just not sure how realistic it is for us unless we win the lottery.
But I will pin this post just in case, thanks so much for sharing hun
Good luck, it would be amazing wouldn’t it?! x
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When I was 14 my parents took me to a South African safari which was incredible and I’d love to have a similar experience with my little one when he’s a smidgen older.
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This would be a great place to go- a safari. I’m not sure if I would feel a little scared being around lions and safari animals.. I guess its the fear of the unknown but im sure it would be nice.
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I’d love to do it. I have very fond memories of Tanzania as I got engaged whilst climbing mt Kilimanajro. I haven’t been on safari yet
I’d love to do a safari but I think it’s one for when the kids get older and have left home 😉
I’ve been on a mini type of safari when I was younger but would love to do it properly. These all look amazing!x
I would love to go on a safari one day! It would be an amazing experience x
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A safari is on my world travel bucket list. But on my own. Would love you explore the Serengeti in Africa.
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YES!! We’re planning on going to Namibia in 2017. It’s great that you’ve suggested one place. Thank you
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