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15 Of The Most Unforgettable Safari 

While in South Africa, Safaris are an activity you won’t get enough of!

Being able to see majestic animals like the elephant in its natural element is an experience worth cherishing for life.

There are different types of safaris to choose from in Africa. From self-guided tours, joining conservationists at work, game walks…etc., safaris are as diverse as the countries which make up Africa. 

Here are 15 of the best safari experiences on the African continent:

Grootbos Private Nature Reserve South Africa

Located in the Western Cape region of South Africa, Grootbos is the place to go to spot sharks and whales. 

Kruger National Park
South Africa

This game reserve is the largest in South Africa. Head out on a game drive at the crack of dawn to see lion prides competing with each other and hunting their prey. 

Hlane Royal National Park

Visiting Swaziland is interesting because it is a country landlocked between South Africa and Mozambique and is very protective of its rhinos and marabou storks. 

Mana Pools National Park

Hop on a kayak and head down the Zambezi river to spot buffalo, elephants, and kudu in the wild. Head there in April for the best animal sitings. 

The Namib Desert 

Safaris here include gazing at the stars, being surrounded by gorgeous, silky sand and sitting zebras, foxes, and lizards. 

Hwange National Park

Tour the Ngamo Forest Area and Hwange National Park to spot over 400 species of birds. 

Serengeti National Park

If you’re into luxury travel, this park is for you! You’ll be able to travel in a luxury mobile camp while spotting zebras, gazelles, and wildebeests. 

Olare Motogori Conservancy

Located in southern Kenya, you can experience the best of East African wildlife by watching zebras and wildebeests making risky river crossings. 

Ragati Conservancy

Also in Kenya is Ragati Conservancy which is located on the southern slopes of Africa’s second-highest peak, Mount Kenya. 

Zakouma National Park

A herd of more than 5,000 elephants and flocks of birds, such as the black-crowned crane, in the tens of thousands, congregate here.

Volcanoes National Park

Once in, you’ll be able to hike in the jungle and spot endangered mountain gorillas up close and personal.

Selous Game Reserve

Head to this tranquil safari for a walking safari or traditional game drive. You can cruise along the Rufiji River to spot elephants, hippos, and leopards. 

Gorongosa National Park Mozambique

Despite enduring devastations for many years due to civil conflict, Gorongosa National Park is lively and welcoming to visitors. 

Chobe National Park

Another gem of Botswana is Chobe National Park, located north of Central Kalahari. It is also home to one of the largest elephant populations in Africa. 

Central Kalahari Game Reserve

Head to Botswana to spot the black-maned Kalahari lions roaming freely in this reserve. You can also end the day by watching an amazing sunset.

Come Game Lodge is also the home of the only all-female safari guide team on the continent!