It has been several years since I last visited a country where luxury is king and there were numerous suggestions of luxury African safari holidays. What are the things to consider when planning a luxury safari in a land where nature is the most abundant? The country is known as the “Land of the Long Green Grass” in Africa, and if there is one thing that can compare it with the Serengeti or the Big Five.
First You Should Determine Your Needs
What exactly is a luxury safari in Africa? Simply put, a holiday designed especially for you, and your tastes. This means that the accommodation, meals, entertainment, excursions, and the whole experience should cater to your needs, preferences, likes, and dislikes. There are many such places in Africa. You should also take recommendations from your fellow friends. Here are some of the best-recommended locations for a luxury African safari holiday.
Game Reserves In South Africa
The country of South Africa is home to some of the finest game reserves in Africa. Among them are Kruger National Park, Victoria Falls, and Okavango Delta. It is the third biggest game reserve in Africa after Botswana and Namibia. The park covers most of Botswana and Namibia, the country of the Great Rift Valley. In addition, it is well connected to the rest of the country by road. It’s the best place to go for adventure sports such as white water rafting and elephant and rhino viewing.
If you are looking to explore some wild nature, South Africa has so much to provide. Apart from Kruger, you could also visit Lake Nakuru, Mount Kilimanjaro, and Zanzibar. Zanzibar Island is an underwater volcano that is covered in dense forests and fauna. The country also boasts a vast collection of flora and fauna that includes crocodiles, hippos, and other animals.
Africa is known for its volcanoes and Zambia is a land of beautiful lava. With a range of islands to explore, the country also boasts an exciting volcano called Mounts Kilimanjaro. The country also has a big part of the Great Rift Valley, with a number of lakes, rivers, and a number of volcanoes and caves.
Some More Wildlife Spots In South Africa
South Africa is also home to the Kruger National Park, where the world’s famous rhino is found. Zambia also has its share of wildlife. The country also boasts an important wildlife hotspot known as the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. This place is the World Heritage site because of the large number of protected animal species that reside on the land.
Another wildlife spot that will be sure to make a good stop on a luxury African safari is the Okavango Delta. The delta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because it is home to a huge variety of birds, fish, and whales. A luxury African safari trip will offer an opportunity to see the inland body of freshwater in South Africa. At last, you should also search for the best African safari tours.
South Africa is also home to some incredible scenery. You’ll be able to see the spectacular scenery and amazing panoramas if you choose a luxury African safari tour in the coastal town of Port Elizabeth.