that Africa is endowed with infinite tourist destinations. As such, it won’t be
difficult to find destinations to visit in the continent. This is same for those
who want to go on a safari.
Tourists get to experience and observe the
sights and sounds of animals in their untapped and natural habitat. Truly, there
is nothing more thrilling like an African safari.
destinations you should include in your itinerary as identified by Jumia
Masai Mara National Park in Kenya
The Masai Mara
National Park in Kenya is unarguably one of the most popular destinations in
Africa to experience wildlife. It is located in the extreme southwest of the
country on the border with Tanzania. It covers over 1,500 square kilometers. You
can see the Big Five including Lion, Elephant, Rhinoceros, Buffalo, and Leopard.
In addition to this, you can interact and engage with the rich Masai Mara
culture after hiking at the park.
Serengeti National Park in
The closeness of the Serengeti National Park to the Massai Mara
means both are competing for the attention of tourists. This said, for the
Serengeti National park, the open environment makes it easier for tourists to
watch wild animals in action. Interestingly, the Serengeti is much larger than
the Maasai Mara, and as such it often feels less crowded.
National Park in South Africa
This is the best option for tourists who
are going on an African safari for the first time. This is because visitors can
select from a wide variety of hotels that suits their lifestyle. It is situated
in the northeast of the country on the Mozambique border. Kruger National Park
is the most popular of South Africa’s many game reserves. You can see the Big
Five and the park is home to endangered animals like Cheetahs and wild
Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe
The Hwange National
Park covers 14,650 square kilometres of land and it is located in the west of
the country. It is possibly the least crowded of Southern Africa’s major safari
destinations. The park has a large elephant and Buffalo
Yankari Games Reserve in Nigeria
Reserve is Nigeria’s richest wildlife hub. It holds the largest surviving
elephant population in Nigeria. In addition, Yankari Game Reserve also supports
important populations of Lion, Buffalo, Hippo, Roan, and Hartebeest. The reserve
covers a total area of 2,244 km. It is located in Bauchi State, North Eastern,