The Amboseli National Park serves both as a postcard motif for Africa and as a photographic object. Giraffes, elephants and all sorts of other wild animals strut in front of the snow-covered summit of the “Kili” and give great photo motives.
Known for, as the name suggests, its elephants, the Addo is more than a convenient destination near South Africa’s Garden Route. The park is home to lions again after a resettlement programme; black rhinos and leopards.
The Tarangire National Park is one of the most underestimated parks of the continent. Many visitors only make a short stop on their way to the Serengeti or do not even include the national park in their travel plans.
The sign at the entrance of “Land of Giants” announces its main attraction: Elephants. It is estimated that between 80,000 and 100,000 pachyderms live in this park—and adjacent areas where they migrate depending on season.
Pure wilderness. The park is known for its hippos and leopards. Many camps are not fenced and often wild animals run through the lodges. The park is also home to numerous endemic species and subspecies.
It may be described as the best South African Safari. In the Kruger National Park live some very rare animal species like wild dogs, plus good infrastructure and developed roads make it clear that park is used and marketed commercially.