6 December 2011 – Norwich, Norfolk, UK – (Kazor.com) –
An African safari holiday is a truly unique experience where travelers can come face to face with some of the world’s most famous wildlife in their natural habitat. Whether you are looking to explore the Masai Mara in Kenya or traverse the natural beauty of Kruger National Park in South Africa, there are an abundance of travel options to suit your needs.
For a safari adventure in a country that is relatively untouristic and contains more of Africa’s jewels than any other you need to take a Tanzania safari holiday. You will find lodge safari’s also available in Southern Tanzania, which include trips to Selous Game Reserve and Ruaha National Park, or have a lodge safari that includes a week in Zanzibar.
Camping safaris are led by some of our most experienced guides, and the canvas tents are actually quite luxurious. These tours are led by you guide in a private vehicle, so you will be ensured that you will have a maximum amount of time to explore your destinations. Sumptuous food prepared by a skilled cook assures every guest of mealtime delight. Drinks are available, and many facilities include a swimming pool. The guest receives all the pampering of a fine hotel.
On a lodge safari you can also see the sites of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, along with the chance to track cheetah through the Gol Kopjes. Retima offers views of crocodiles and hippos and at Moru Kopjes many Masai paintings are visible.
Some of the greatest sights in the world exist in the jungles of Africa and South Africa. Safaris taken in Kenya, Uganda holidays and Tanzania will not only open your eyes to the great beasts of the world, but will also have you gazing in wonderment at the beautiful flora and fauna as well as the other eye-catching scenery of the landscape.
After having some lunch, you will then head out with your guide on your private vehicle once again to check out the game that is now trying to get what they can to eat or drink before the sun goes down. This is the time of day when you will want to bring your camera, as the animals are out in abundance for you to view and the backdrop of the sun on the horizon makes for some heart stopping scenery. Though any time of year is great for a visit to Botswana, the best animal viewing months are April through October.
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