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Which is the greatest option for an African safari?

East Africa or Southern Africa?

Which is the greatest option for an African safari?

The first decision to make when organizing an African safari is where to go. Africa is a wide continent with numerous animals, but deciding where to travel is the first major choice. The majority of national parks, wildlife reserves, and private wildlife reserves and concessions are located in both Southern and East Africa. So, where should you go in Africa?

We at African Safaris Ltd Safaris are commonly asked this question when it comes to organizing your African safari.

What appeals to you and what is most feasible will choose your African safari destination.

Most destinations in East and Southern Africa appeal to a diverse range of interests and budgets. As a result, both locations are suitable for lone travelers, honeymooners, five-star vacation aficionados, families, or groups of friends organizing a safari together.

Important factors such as foreign flight routes, your wish list, and the time of year you want to travel may/will affect your selection. Both East Africa and Southern Africa are fantastic, and there is no right or wrong decision, but we have put up a brief comparison of the two to help you decide.



The World’s Greatest Show. Millions of wildebeest and zebras follow the rains and rich grazing chances during the annual wildebeest migration, which includes a Kenya and Tanzania safari combo.

Enjoy iconic African landscapes including undulating savannahs and acacia bushes.

The Paw Print The views of, or the possibility to climb, Africa’s tallest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro.

The Paw Print There are a lot of animals in the broad savannah plains.

The Paw Print The chance to interact culturally with the natives, such as the Maasai, who live a pastoral traditional way of life.

The Paw Print Numerous intriguing new wildlife habitats are emerging in Kenya’s more distant northern and southern regions.

Includes western Tanzania areas. These areas not only provide a more isolated and intimate safari experience, but also a greater range of wilderness activities such as chimp trekking, horseback riding, walking safaris, and camelback safaris.

The Paw Print The region’s natural shoreline makes it perfect for a relaxing bush and beach holiday.



A diverse range of landscapes, from Namibia’s desolate Namib Desert to Botswana’s Okavango Delta, which is home to several rivers.


Observe and interact with wildlife in novel ways, like from a mokoro (dug-out canoe) or on a walking safari.

Private concession safaris with ‘up close and personal’ game drives and outdoor activities/experiences.

The Paw Print Open safari vehicles facilitate animal tracking and observation.

The Paw Print In Zimbabwe and Zambia, walking safaris are very popular.

The Paw Print Viewing Victoria Falls is one of the seven natural wonders of the world.

The Paw Print is Easily combined with a visit to one of the world’s most popular cities, Cape Town… maybe perhaps an island expansion on a calm beach in Mozambique.