Summer Luxury Safari 2013 | Luxury Travel
We know you’re all dreaming of going on a Summer Luxury Safari this year, so you should read our tips and tricks if you want to have the best summer vacation.
The exciting discovery , the shared smiles of amazement, the beautiful sun. Connecting with nature, with new cultures, and with a time for yourself. Such experiences are not always common, but in Africa, they are as regular as the rising sun.
These resorts offer anything that you want. You are a VIP everywhere you go. It is a blend of excitement and elegance, a place of delightful surprises and uncommon luxury.
The butterflies are coming in the moment you decide to take an African tour or safari. After all, the anticipation is a part of the journey and there are so many moments when you will imagining yourself in Africa’s legendary wilderness.
- First of all you need a map and I guarantee that you will imagine rolling along a golden landscape or maybe drifting through winding waterway , or straining to hear the rustle of animals through the peaceful silence of the nature.
- Choose what you want to visit:
Summer luxury safari:Masai Mara National Reserve ( Kenya )
Kenya is Africa’s most popular safari destination and the Masai Mara Reserve is the most popular wildlife park in Kenya. From July – October you can watch the incredible migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra.
Summer luxury safari: Chobe National Park( Botswana)
Chobe boasts around 120,000 elephants, you’re unlikely to miss them when you enjoy a safari here. The best time to visit Chobe is between April and October, the dry, cooler winter months. Herds of zebra, eland, buffalo, giraffe and wildebeest congregate around the Savuti marsh this time of year.
Summer luxury safari: KrugerNational Park( South Africa )
Kruger National Park in South Africa boasts the highest variety of wildlife in Africa which includes the Big Five, hippos, crocodiles, cheetah and more. Kruger is one of the best maintained parks in Africa which means it’s ideal for a self-drive safari.
3. Go to a top safari lodge with expert rangers, trackers and vehicles that can go off road into the bush. The best of these are found in private game reserves bordering Kruger.
4.Don’t forget about passport, visas, health information and travel insurance
5.Safari clothing shoud be very comfortable and casual. Khaki, olive, tans and browns increase your chances of good viewing.
6.Hats, sun glasses and of course the photo camera are the most important things !
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