Travellers choose Africa as a destination for safari wildlife game watching and to enjoy the sunny skies. The continent is the world’s leading destination for safaris which range from exotic to the very simple safaris.
Africa’s wide and diverse nature makes it complex and difficult to choose on the best region for a safari. Yet, the south, east and central parts of Africa are by far the preferred choices. These regions generally have well developed and fast developing tourism industries. There is a variety of amazing wildlife and in addition low to no visa requirements. Visitors to these areas mostly come from nations such as France, the UK, the USA, Germany, Netherlands and Portugal.
The following is a quick guide to some of the safari hot spots on the African continent.
Most of countries in East Africa strongly depend on the tourism sector for generating income. Solid improvement in promoting and collaboration between these countries will ensure the success of this fundamental tourism industry.
Institutionalized criteria for hotels, eateries and different services over these nations will make it easier for voyagers to find suitable services. These countries have different natural and cultural resources that make tourism possible.
Kenya and Tanzania has become a popular safari destination because of the wildebeest migration in Serengeti National Park. This migration sees a large number of wildebeest, joined by different other animal species, move between Tanzania and Kenya. The perfect destinations to view this migration include Kenya’s Maasai Mara and Tanzania’s Serengeti National Parks.
And while in East Africa, don’t forget to visit Africa’s highest mountain – Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania’s Kilimanjaro National Park.
The Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area is additionally an extraordinary choice with a variety of big 5 – the African elephant, white/dark rhinoceros, African lion, African leopards and the Cape wild buffalo – and won’t baffle.