AFRICAN SAFARI DESTINATIONS – Top 5 Most Popular (with prices)





Discover the best African safari destinations for a wildlife safari in South or East Africa.

This video covers where they are located on the map, animals you can expect to see on safari, luxury lodges and hotels, the best time to go on safari as well as the #1 Most Popular African Safari Package for luxury vacations.

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#5 0:21 TANZANIA is most famously known for the Serengeti and Great Animal Migration where more than 2 million animals cross the vast plains.

#4 01:41 VICTORIA FALLS is the world’s largest waterfall and adventure lover hotspot with white water rafting, bungee jumping, safaris, cruises and more.

#3 03:29 CAPE TOWN is the number 1 rated city to visit on earth and typically your first stop on a South Africa vacation.

#2 04:51 BOTSWANA is the premier luxury safari destination in Africa boasting a remote setting, unique “Mokoro” safaris and the Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

#1 06:41 KRUGER PARK in northern South Africa boasts more than 140 large mammal species, over 500 bird species and The Big Five, more variety than anywhere in Africa!

BONUS 08:47 Most Popular African Safari Package with prices for four, five and five star premier African safaris.

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Lodges & Groups Referenced in this video:

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Singita Lodges
Sanctuary Retreats
Wilderness Safaris
Royal Portfolio
Lion Sands
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  1. KENYA should definately be on that list.Amboseli,Tsavo National park and the famous Maasai Mara are just a tip of the iceberg. Its no wonder its most likely the place you will see once you switch to any National Geographic episode.

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