If wildlife safari is in your blood and you’re in search to lock eyes with a rhino while riding an Indian elephant, or capture wildebeest migration in Serengeti from a hidden camp, this will be an experience you’ll cherish for a lifetime.
What else do you need – an experienced guide, small camps and a spine-chilling wildlife tour? Whether you prefer Indian Safari or African, the experience is treasured. Come and enjoy this tour!
The African Country for an Exciting Safari
Very few places can give you the ultimate thrill that you are actually looking for. In Tanzania, the Serengeti National Park you can encounter the most stunning wildebeest migration. Admiring the herds moving through the Mara River tops the list of visitors.
Tanzania also offers phenomenal view of the game with the interaction of buffalos and lions. During the dry season, the Ruaha and Katavi parks offer thrilling sights and games of the wild. Not to forget, that Tanzania boasts of some of the best chimpanzee safaris.
Okavango Delta in Botswana is an exciting place to indulge in a safari on the delta channels with camping and viewing of a game amidst the Bushmen of Kalahari.
An Insight into the Indian Safaris
Just as Africa hits the mind while talking about Safari, the incredibility of the Indian Safari too is highly talked about. The tiger being extremely endangered makes India as one of the most visited and talked about wildlife safari destination on the planet.
With diverse climate and landscapes this huge is home to many nomadic species such as the leopard, rhinoceros and the lion. Parks such as Bandhavgarh and Ranthambhore add a different level to your jungle safari among imperial ruins.
Though Indian national parks are smaller in size that the African parks, it becomes equally important to know where to stay and how to spot a tiger from the back of an elephant. At Nagarhole, professional guides escort to spot leopards with exciting night drives and capture the sight of an elephant herd from a ferry. At Satpura, spot a crocodile and enjoy a walking safari.
Although it’s enticing to try and stopover at different parks in one trip; reaching these rustic areas can be overwhelming and exhausting; it is proposed boarding the train or a flight to cover huge distances and chart your journey to exploit your safari time.