Which country should you choose for your first wildlife viewing safari?


This is my first time to Africa, my only purpose is Wildlife Safari! I am aware of many Countries in Africa with wonderful wildlife, and this make my choices difficult.Which country should you choose for your first wildlife viewing safari?

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  1. So where should you go for your first taste of safari life? Africa is so vast, its horizons so wide. Some of its big-game strongholds are the size of small countries.

    Among the finest are Botswana’s Okavango Delta, Zambia’s Luangwa Valley and South Africa’s Kruger National Park. But if you are planning a once-in-a-lifetime sojourn in the bush it has to be East Africa.

    Nowhere are animals so visible as on the high plains of the Maasai Mara and Serengeti, and the land itself is quite something. Ease of access makes East Africa a natural favourite for first-timers. It takes only eight hours to fly from London to Nairobi.

    If you catch an overnight flight from Heathrow you can transfer to a light aircraft next morning and be in the bush in time for brunch. Such things are possible in Nairobi because Kenya’s safari industry is backed up by an efficient tourist infrastructure with a dazzling choice of camps and lodges to suit all budgets. This is, after all, where modern safaris were invented back in the Twenties.”
    For the people living in countries outside of Africa we recommend that for your very first safari you should choose Tanzania, in East Africa, for these reasons: Wide Choice of International flights Dar Es Salaam, Zanzibar and Kilimanjaro, Good range of International Hotels in Arusha or Dar for the first and last night of your Safari, Excellent parks and Wildlife with huge variety of Wildlife and Safari camps and lodges
    Other reasons are: Easy access to the best-known wildlife parks in Africa by daily flights aircraft flight from Arusha, Friendly and hospitable people who speak fair English, and who welcome visitors, Good Standard of service in Hotels and long tradition of looking after overseas visitors, Opportunity to have beach holiday after Safari at Tanzania’s cost or in Zanzibar, Add-ons available to Kenya, Uganda or Rwanda Combination with a Tanzania Safari

    If you do choose a Tanzania safari, then there are some more questions to ask to ensure you choose a safari that will be just right for you – read on!

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