Africa Travel

Africa is the world's second-largest and second-most-populous continent. At about 30.2 million km² including adjacent islands, it covers six percent of the Earth's total surface area and 20.4 percent of the total land area.

If you are deciding to head over travel to Africa, you cannot miss the opportunity of a lifetime to see its natural wonder, the abundant wildlife, and birdlife, ranging from stunning savannas to arid deserts, the various jungles to the powerful waterfalls. Travel Africa over the last century especially on the popular game reserves found in South Africa, Kenya, and Tanzania. Now days in Africa there are a lot of privately own reserves or natural parks where you can experience the wilderness and the beauty that comes with it.

The best and most for Africa safari travel include the Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya, the Serengeti in Tanzania, Victoria Falls, picturesque Okavango Delta in Botswana and perhaps the most famous, and Kruger National Park in South Africa. The Masai Mara Game Reserve is a land of hills, woodlands and the acacia tree, but is most famous for encountering wildlife as well as the semi nomadic tribe known as the Masaai People. If you intend to visit, the beautiful country of you truly cannot miss the Masai Mara safari. It's one of the most highly recommended reserves found anywhere on the continent of Africa.

Here the game reserve continues on the from the Serengeti so during the months of July and October each year you may be lucky enough to witness the largest land migration on Earth and over 450 bird species year round. For the best viewing of the famous land, migration however is to head across to the Serengeti where the climate and ecosystem has hardly been changed in the last few million years. Here you witness millions of herbivores making the dangerous journey to greener grasses, with the predators following close behind. Victoria Falls is a top contender for the new Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Although Victoria Falls is not the tallest or widest waterfall in the world, it does have the largest falling sheet of water on Earth. This is one of the most photographed landmark features on the continent of Africa.

The Okavango Delta is the world's largest inland delta and created by annual floods, spreading over 15 000 kilometers of the Kalahari Desert in a complex system of lagoons and waterways. The abundant and spread out islands that have been unearthed from these waterways allow several habitats to be formed throughout the area which now days provides home and shelter to large numbers birds. Kruger National Park found in South Africa is the largest and most popular safari parks in Africa. The reserves hold within the grounds an incredible variety of wildlife and birdlife. South of the park is home the majority of lodges and accommodation as the wildlife is in abundance.

The middle is lined with green leafy environments where as the North is inaccessible to safari vehicles and for game viewing, which is therefore less popular for the majority of tourists. A trip to all or any of these amazing safari reserves may take some time, but if you can make at least one of these parks, it will be well worth the journey. Always book in advance to secure your spot on one of these safari tours and make sure you check what time of year is best to visit. Plan your safari adventure with Africa Safari Travel. Discover the Big 5 Safari Animals at Kruger, Serengeti, the Masai Mara, Okavango Delta, Victoria Falls, Mt Kilimanjaro and more.

Travel Oh Travel to provide all relevant information about tourism for whole Africa Travel. Country by country, we collect and put all useful information for tourist who want to visit some of Africa.


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