Getting as close as possible to the most majestic representatives of the animal kingdom, observe them as they freely in their natural environment … Completing a safari in Africa offers a striking change of scenery. But which country should you choose? An update on the exceptional destinations offered by K Travel!
Discover the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta
Botswana, which specializes in the extraction of precious stones, is also one of the most touristic countries in southern Africa, and rightly so. You will discover exceptional natural sites, such as the Okavango Delta or, of course, Chobe National Park, near Kasane, with its vast elephant population. An ideal destination for a luxury safari.
On the Trails of Zebras in the Heart of Masai Mara
Kenya‘s savannah landscapes captivate tens of thousands of visitors each year in search of a unique experience and a bespoke safari. The wildlife of this country from the Horn of Africa is particularly diverse, and you will enjoy watching the herds of wild zebras and wildebeest in the Masai Mara Reserve.
Camel Riding at the gateway of the Sahara
No need to sink into the heart of the continent for your African safari! You can also book an authentic personalized safari through the Bedouin villages of the Rif Valley in Morocco, by means of an all-terrain vehicle, a camel’s back, or even a quad. Choose an excursion in May/June or September/October to avoid the high temperatures of the desert climate.
Cheetahs, Elephants and Rhinos at Etosha Park
Namibia remains to this day the most underrated jewel of Southern Africa. Located on the shores of the Atlantic Ocean, the country stands out for its landscapes alternating between lush nature and lunar and arid stretches of breath-taking beauty. For your safari in Africa, you can bet on Etosha National Park and its black rhinos, cheetahs or its elephants.
In Contact with the big Mountain Gorillas
With its three national parks, its vibrant capital and exceptional mountain scenery, Rwanda has a lot to offer luxury travel enthusiasts. The country particularly attracts curious people who want to get in touch with mountain gorillas, often as a complement to a safari in Tanzania or Kenya.
Kruger Park and other Wonders of Southern Africa
The exceptional natural diversity of South Africa makes it an all-out destination for an African safari. The Kruger National Park, by far the most important game reserve in the whole country, is home to some of the most popular wildlife species, including leopard, crocodile, lion and hippopotamus.
Approch the Tanzanian Ngorongoro Buffaloes
Tanzania is obviously a destination to be programmed at least once in its life for any African safari lover who respects himself! You can get close to the herds of buffalos in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area or even admire the amazing agility of the lions climbing the trees of Tarangire National Park.
Meet the Primates of the Pearl of Africa
Do you know Uganda? The proverbial “Pearl of Africa” promises you moments of pure delight for a personalized trip, in search of chimpanzees and gorillas that have inhabited since immemorial time the great forest of Bwindi.
Excursion through Luangwa National Park
Located in southern Africa, Zambia is the destination of choice for trekking safaris. Put on your best hiking boots, get to know your guide and head towards the depths of Luangwa for a few days, camping under the stars!