Etosha National Park :
Namibia has a diversity of habitats and vegetation where animals, devoid of human meddling roam free in savannahs and desert. Etosha National Park is the prime safari destination in the country. With an abundant array of wildlife seeking shelter and hydration in the sweltering heat in one of its many scattered waterholes. this park has Africa's tallest elephants, big cats, and endangered black rhinos.
Chobe National Park :
Chobe National Park in Botswana is a prime game destination on the Okavango Delta. Safari trips come in camping trips which could be thrilling as these are unfenced and animals roam through, also offered are lodges and even houseboats. wild life sightings can potentially include wild dogs and brown hyenas
The Bwindi Impenetrable National Park :
Made up of 128 sq miles of dense lush forest, the park is part of a forest that is home to a diverse array of animal and insect species including some endangered ones. Among these are mountain gorillas, chimpanzees, monkeys and turacos and broadbills. the forest is only accessible by foot, but it is well worth the trek.
Masai Mara National Reserve :
Masai Mara National Reserve is featured repeatedly on the National Geographic channel, this very large game reserve is possibly the most famous and well known worldwide. It is home to an annual saga that sees hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebras, and Thompson gazelles embark on a migration( called the Great Migration) from it's sister park across the border,The Serengeti. the scale of the migration and the number involved across vast Savannah and grasslands ( 9,700 sq miles, between the two parks) is awe inspiring.
Hwange National Park :
Hwange National Park in the Northwest is the largest in Zimbabwe and has one of the worlds largest elephant populations, the world renown Zambezi River creates seasonal wetland in the semi arid landscape (on the edge of the khalahari desert). the waterholes and pans create a prime space for wildlife sighting, and the park boasts more than a 100 mammal and 400 bird species including Africa's large carnivorous mammals.
Kruger National Park :
With 7,523 sq miles of area, south Africa's Kruger National Park is one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Located on the north east side of the country. The park has more of Africa's large mammals than any other African game reserve (147 species). Scattered around, Although very rare, are tombstones marking tragic encounters of wildlife and humans.
Lower Zambezi National Park :
Perched in southeastern Zambia. the park has a good sized large mammals population, including a large elephant population, the Cape buffalo, leopards, antelopes, lions, hippos and crocodiles. the park has remained largely untouched, as it has for a long time been the private reserve of the country's president, and has been spared from mass tourism...