Africa’s dry season is a great time to see wildlife in their natural environment.
From May to October in Southern Africa and July to October in East Africa, the Big Five are easier to see around water holes without long grass, say The Imaginative Traveller.
This travel company is now offering special summer safari trips for wildlife-lovers.
Here are a couple of their African safari holidays:
• Waterfalls & Wildlife, Zimbabwe – 12 days. This tour offers the “best of Zimbabwe and eastern South Africa with beautiful landscapes, world class game reserves and diverse cultures…..Heading into South Africa, the tour takes in Kruger National Park on a night time game drive, Blyde River Canyon, the largest green canyon in the world and God’s Window, offering awe-inspiring views over the Kruger Plains.”
• Tanzania Trails – 8 days. “Covering around 15,000km², the Serengeti Plains support the largest concentration of plains animals anywhere in the world with the nearby Ngorongoro Crater offering opportunities to see wildlife including the endangered black rhino.”
For more info, visit the Imaginative Traveller.
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