We all need breaks from our hectic work life and refresh our souls. Going on a wildlife safari is one of the best things as it offers not only an excellent time to enjoy good food, wine and hospitality but also connects you with nature in its most elemental form. It is so much more than an adventure. If you have not been to a wildlife safari before, we recommend that you add this to your bucket list; you will thank us later for that.
Here are some of the things you do while on a wildlife safari.
- It’s a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle of our modern lives. An Africa wildlife safari will offer you a complete change in scenery. You will see the world from an entirely different perspective. One of the best things about wildlife safaris is that it connects you to the innermost parts of yourself, which is why we need to travel a lot.
- African budget safaris are excellent because they offer a value for money like nothing else.These safaris are easy on your pockets and have some of the best food and hospitality. The reason these safaris are so affordable is that these safaris comprise of everything from your travel, accommodation, food, safari and site watching. So, you don’t have to spend extra on these things. This also saves you the hassle to book all of these things in advance and makes sure that your time is well spent.
- See the wildlife up close. There is so much about nature that we know only by reading about in books and seeing it in TVs. A wildlife safari is a real experience and likely to possess a grandeur that you may have never witnessed before. Africa has one of the richest wildlife on planet earth. From the majestic African elephants to the king of the jungle lion. These are the two most popularly sought after animals on African safaris. Apart from them, you will get to see leopards, one-horned rhinoceros, African buffalos, hippopotamuses, chimpanzees, mountain gorillas, giraffes, zebras, Nile crocodiles and cheetahs.
- African safaris are many rare species of birds – African fish eagles, African pygmy-kingfishers, white faced ducks, Eurasian golden orioles, white-bellied go-away birds, Bohm’s bee-eaters, great cormorants, grey go-away birds, hooded vultures, lappet-faced vultures, bright red gular pouch, lilac breasted rollers, lesser striped swallows, African ostriches, red-billed fire finches, the secretary birds, male silvery-cheeked hornbill, Rupell’s starling, swain song francolins, white-headed mousebirds, female southern yellow-billed hornbill seals and many more rare and beautiful species of birds that you won’t get to see anywhere else in the world.
After you are done with the safari, indulge yourself in African cuisine, which is one of the richest food cultures in the world with exotic dished, prepared by top chefs. End your night in a five-star luxury hotel to recharge and go on an adventure again the next day.