AFRICA is the home of amazing wildlife and these 101 Images of Africa show some of the best. Many have been taken by our clients on their safari; others by the lodges we visit.
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South Africa is home to the world famous Kruger National Park, one of the oldest and largest wildlife reserves in Africa. With an amazing diversity of wildlife species, all in their natural environment Kruger is an excellent place for game viewing and with superb safari lodges in and around the park visitors are able to experience the excitement of 4WD drive game drives, wildlife walks and other activities.
Namibia's most famous National Park is Etosha, one of the largest game reserves in Africa. Look out for herds of elephant, black rhino and many of the big cats such as cheetah, lion and perhaps the elusive leopard.
On your way to Etosha you'll pass through Damaraland, an area of vast open landscapes, where craggy mountains look down onto wide and barren valleys. This region is home to a huge variety of wildlife including, elephant, zebra, giraffe and springbok, as well as some of the best ancient rock art in Africa.
This fertile but landlocked African nation country offers a truly unique wildlife experience. As you glide through the many channels and waterways of the Okavango Delta, you can observe all manner of wildlife including elephants, hippos and many species of bird.
In the north, Chobe National Park is famed for its rolling grasslands and prolific wildlife, including huge herds of elephant. The contrast between this and the lush and fertile Okavango Delta is quite remarkable.
Just two hour's drive from Victoria Falls is Hwange National Park, one of Africa's finest wildlife havens. The varied landscape is home to vast herds of elephant, giraffe and zebra, as well as predators including lion, cheetah and one of the continent's largest surviving populations of African wild dog.
Lake Kariba is a 175 mile long watery wilderness, forming a border between Zimbabwe and Zambia. On its shore, Matusadona National Park is a haven for wildlife including the endangered Black Rhino.
Kenya's magnificent game reserves are the jewels in its crown, and are home to an astonishing array of wild animal and bird life.The migration from August to October is one of the greatest wildlife shows on earth; book early to avoid missing out.
The world famous Serengeti is possibly one of the best wildlife viewing regions in the world, particularly during the wildebeest migration which moves through the park November to July. The open nature of the terrain makes it easy to spot large prides of lions and a huge variety of other plains animals. On the edge of the Park, the Ngorongoro Crater attracts both bird and wildlife with its permanent lakes, swamps and tropical forests.
East of the Serengeti, on the floor of Africa's Great Rift Valley, is beautiful Lake Manyara. Large flocks of pink flamingos come to the lake to feed, along with a profusion of other wildlife. Nearby Tarangire National Park is famed for its unique baobab trees and large herds of elephant, zebra and other animals.