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Safari Question

by /bio/tvede »

I see there are still replies and readers on this question so thought it relevant to still add some more information here based on my experience from a few safaris the last 2 years. Choosing the best country really depends on what type of trip you want. If easy access, cheaper options and a more developed feel I would pick South Africa or even Kenya to some degree, however are you looking for a more rural or authentic experience, then Tanzania is a better choice I believe. When i was researching I found a few valuable articles comparing Kenya and Tanzania as a safari destination and another comparing Tanzania to South Africa as a Safari Destination. Tribes was also mentioned and while that is definitely possible in all of those 3 destinations, a real authentic experience of the local tribes in Africa you should go to Ehtiopia, Omo Valley in South Ethiopia to be specific, this isnt for safari though but might be a good destination to combine with your safari trip.

 

Hope whoever reads this got some value out of those articles. 

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RE: Safari Question

by /bio/mily »

For best safari experience, countries like kenya, south Africa and tanzania are the most adventurous you can visit. Tanzania seem to be more funfilled cause of it's two crown jewels known as Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, these two are the places to spot the realest wildernesses.

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RE: Safari Question

by /bio/thomasjoseph »

Hope you had enjoyed Desert Safari in Africa. Also, try Dubai Desert Safari which is full of adventure and thrill. You definitely need to read this.

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RE: Safari Question

by /bio/tours »

Rated as one of the most sought-after destinations in the world, Cape Town has no shortage on offer. Take a drive down the Cape Peninsula right through to the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point where one has the opportunity to get some photography done given the scenic views. En route to Cape Town pass by Boulders Beach and witness penguins in their natural habitat. Most notably one’s trip of Cape Town would not be complete without a visit to Robben Island and Table Mountain (be sure to book your tickets in advance). View Ostriches in their natural habitat at the Cape of Good Hope Join: Cape Town Tours

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RE: Safari Question

by /bio/tours »

Head out to the Garden Route where one has the opportunity to visit the Wildnerness and take a walk along its endless white sand beaches.  Next pass Oudtshoorn well-known as the ostrich capital of the world and not to mention the Cango Caves.

 Nature reserve’s en route such as the Tsitsikamma National Park or Garden Route National Park offer rolling hills, river systems, dense forests and steep escarpments which meet the eye allowing for a mind-blowing experience. Join: Garden Route Tours    

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RE: Safari Question

by /bio/tours »

Join from a selection of rated world-class safari drives where one has the opportunity to view rhino, elephant, lion, buffalo, cheetah and many varieties of antelope species. End the day savouring a sumptuous and varied African styled buffet dinner, yet another highlight! Join:  Kruger Safari Tours    

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RE: Safari Question

by /bio/tours »

The well-known Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world and a classified as a world heritage site has a combined width of 1.708 metres making it the largest sheet of falling water. The Victoria Falls area is also known as safari country with jewels such as the Zambezi National Park, Chobe National Park and Hwange National Park. A most noted feature of the falls is the common sight of the awe-inspiring rainbow caused by the spray from the falls. Waiting till full moon one also has the opportunity to see to famous moonbow. Join: Victoria Falls Tours  

 

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RE: Safari Question

by /bio/saaairlines123 »

Please visit Kenya if you want to experience wildlife safari & mark my words you will never regret it.

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