Safari

Actual meaning of Safari is a big game hunt but today the term often refers to a trip taken not for hunting but to observe and photograph animals and other wildlife. Killing animal’s particularly wild life and extinct ones is banned by many countries; hence the term safari refers to ‘an overland journey’ or a trip by tourists, mostly to Africa.

Today there are many operators throughout the African continent offering different levels of safari service. Now tourists can travel between lodges or tented camps and the tour operators offer guests a genuine safari experience.

Tourism is becoming a most important economic factor for many Eastern and Southern African nations surpassing their traditional industry i.e. agriculture. Therefore, countries like Kenya, Botswana, Zambia, Namibia, South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe promote specialized safari experiences. They include Guided Safaris, Mobile Safaris, Walking Safaris and Fly-In safaris. Besides, Elephant Back safaris, River safaris, Horseback safaris, Balloon safaris are also propagated by these countries.

Think of Safari, first comes to our mind is Kenyan Safari. There are various National Parks in Kenya for Safari. Amboseli has one of the most amazing scenic views of any National Park in the world and this is due to its location. Masai Mara National Reserve and Lake Nakuru National Park are also other important safari destinations in Kenya.

How to prepare for a safari and what are the essential items you have to carry during a safari, most of the tour operators will guide you before you embark for your safari destination.



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