Who wouldn’t like to see with their own eyes and even get closer to gorillas, elephants, zebras, etc. of African wild animals in their natural habitat? For this, nothing beats a safari trip to Africa. But in which region do you have to go to see the best?
If you are planning your tailor-made trip to South Africa with Authentic World, you may well choose to visit Tanzania for a wonderful safari with its abundant wildlife. You will then meet buffaloes, rhinos, zebras, elephants, giraffes, lions, etc. in their natural habitat. During this trip, you will surely see the second largest crater 600 meters high: the Ngorongoro crater which shelters many African mammals. You will also be delighted to visit Lake Manyara Park, where you will be amazed to see lions perched on acacia trees, then pass through Tarangire with its confidential atmosphere, meet chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains, and discover the ancient baobabs.
Another safari destination for your tailor-made trip to Africa is Uganda where you can admire the last mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. It is not for nothing that she is called the Pearl of Africa. The best place for this kind of activity is certainly Kampala. In addition, in the Bwindi region, you will be amazed to see, while trekking through the high peaks, waterfalls, lakes and its primary forest, not to mention the endangered species that are none other than mountain gorillas and chimpanzees. In addition, if you wish, you can do several recreational and sporting activities such as mountaineering by climbing the Rwenzori peak with its impressive snow, whitewater rafting or hiking.
If you choose to go on a safari in South Africa, you will have the chance to see the Big 5 including buffaloes, elephants, rhinos, leopards and lions especially in Kruger Park. When travelling in this country, in addition to safari, you can combine different types of trips, including hikes to Tsitsikamma Park or Table Mountain, idleness at Port Elizabeth or Muizenberg and urban explorations in Durban, Cape Town or Johannesburg.