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It’s hard to put into words the beauty of the crater and the vast number of animals we were lucky enough to see: elephants, zebra, wildebeests , a large pride of lions, herds of Cape Buffalo, rhinos & lots of hippos at the hippo pool. The drive down and out of the crater adds another measure of excitement. This is an absolute must-do when visiting Tanzania
Enjoy a unique one day, one night safari in the iconic Chobe National Park.Your adventure commences with a 3-hour river cruise into Chobe National Park, a highlight of the trip as you get the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic birdlife, hippos, crocodiles, and of course scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst.
Explore the beautiful Puncak area with a Private Tour Guide departure from Jakarta and learn about tea manufacture with this tour. You'll trek through plantations, learning about tea and watching harvests before heading Nusantara Flower Garden and to Safari Garden, a tea plantation that was transformed into a zoo. Here you'll see all sorts of Indonesian and non-native creatures, from tigers to hippos before returning to Jakarta.
The ultimate Safari experience is a full day trip to Chobe National Park in Bostwana, which boasts the world’s largest elephant population. The safari starts with a morning game viewing cruise on the Chobe River. Large flocks of birds, big pods of hippos & very large crocodiles are all around. The afternoon’s land based safari heads deeper into the park to spot the elusive big cats. The minimum age is 8 years.
Visit the world's most powerful water falls located in the North-western Uganda,spreading inland from the shores of lake Albert,around the Victoria Nile up to the Karuma Falls.The park is bisected by the Victoria Nile,which plunges 45m over the Rift Valley wall,creating the dramatic Murchison Falls,the centerpiece of the park.The coscade drains into a broad,placid stream that flows quietly across the Rift Valley floor into lake Albert.This stretch of river provides one of Uganda's most remarkable wildlife spectacles.Regular visitors to the riverbanks elephants,giraffes and buffaloes;while hippos ,Nile crocodiles and aquatic birds are permanent residents.
Private safari with a 4x4 Land Cruiser and a driver-guide who is experienced in spotting wildlife in the Amboseli with the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro in the horizon. Take a boat ride in Lake Naivasha between the hippos populating the lake to Crescent island for a walk among the wildlife found here. the scenic drive through the scenic bread basket of Kenya into the Maasai Mara to spot lots of wildlife including the big 5 namely, lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and lots of elephants.
Private safari with a 4x4 Land Cruiser and a driver-guide who is experienced in spotting wildlife in the Amboseli with the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro in the horizon. Take a boat ride in Lake Naivasha between the hippos populating the lake to Crescent island for a walk among the wildlife found here. The scenic drive through the scenic bread basket of Kenya into the Maasai Mara to spot lots of wildlife including the big 5 namely, lion, leopard, rhino, buffalo and lots of elephants.
This 4 Days Best of Wildlife safari is a celebration of Africa’s variety. From lions and wildebeests to flamingos and hippos, this tour offers the ultimate variety of Kenya’s wildlife. Go deep into the African plains and set out on daily game drives across the park. All the Big Five are here with many mammals and birds in the Masai Mara plain. Watch for the animals that emerge at dusk and see the park’s stunning ‘Great Migration'. Feast your eyes with sightings of flamingos and White Rhinos in Lake Nakuru.