Best Wildlife Sanctuary In Africa
Africa, undoubtedly home to spectacular wildlife. A dream place for most travellers, where food cycle and the cycle of life plays an essential role. If you are lucky, you can also see vast herds of Migration on the wild plains. Several options of wildlife sanctuary, a unique happiness to gaze elephants in the shadow of huge mountains. Many of reserves are protected from Big five animals: Lion, Leopard, rhino, buffalos and elephants. Here are ‘Best Wildlife Sanctuary In Africa’.
- Maasai Mara National Park
The spectacular National Park is located in Kenya, and comes under wishlist of wildlife in Africa. July to October is the best time to visit to check for Great Migrations. Thousands of Wild beast, gazing zebra and other can be spotted on this wild-land. The large number of predators like cheetah, lions, hippos and crocodile can be spotted thriving on the Mara River. The Red-cloaked Maasai people adds unique charm to the Sanctuary.
- Serengeti National Park
Serengeti raises endless acacia plains, multitudes of wildlife, golden savannah also listed under World Heritage Site. The Serengeti National Park is an oldest and popular sanctuary in Tanzania. Best time to visit is between December and July, if you are a bird watcher best time to drop a visit is between June to October, 500-different species can be spotted which include Frischer’s bird and crowned crane.
- Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Ngorongoro National Park was formerly a part of Serengeti Park. The park encompasses three volcanic craters, archaeological site, 8300-km of savannah forest, African bush and dense forest. The place is listed as rare place, where human and wild animal coexist peacefully.
- Amboseli National Park
The Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa’s highest mountain is seated in this Amboseli National Park. The Park is also famous for large herds of elephants. It is second most famous sanctuary in Kenya after Maasai. The sanctuary is home to around 600-species of birds, big cats, cheetah, lion, impala, Gazelle and other.
- Kgalagadi Trans frontier Park
The Kgalagadi Trans frontier Park is spread over 3.6-million hectares of land. The Park constitutes an area which is merged of the Kalahari National Park, a famous Park of South Africa and Botswana Gemsbok National Park. Thanks to scant vegetation, the land offers easier step to capture wildlife photographs.
- Volcanoes National Park
If you don’t want to miss the gorilla gazing experience, visiting this place is a must. The Volcanoes National Park is one of the few National Park, where one can trace magnificent creatures. The Park supports Passionate Gorilla Conversation Campaign. Climbing Volcano Mountain is also a popular tourist activity conducted by the park.
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