Traveling to an African Safari Camp is one of the most exciting adventures you’ll ever have. Africa is a continent of beautiful, sandy beaches, spectacular mountains, and coral reefs teeming with marine life. A Safari Camp offers the opportunity to see the African plains, lush, green jungles, and some of the most magnificent wildlife in the world. Here are the top Safari Camps to visit:
1. Chitabe Lediba Camp
Chitabe Lediba Camp is on an island in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. The camp at a lagoon that’s now a waterhole is known for the diverse habitats and spectacular wildlife sightings. The camp is perfect for small groups, with panoramic views from the lounge and pool.
2. Kwando Camp
3. Sasakwa and the Singita Grumeti Reserves
4. Alex Walker’s Serian
This camp in the Serengeti National Park in Northern Tanzania is known for being one of the mobile camps that follows the Great Migration. Between December and March, guests can follow the herds, see how the tribes live, and explore the Rift Valley. A great feature is that guests never know what wildlife they’ll see each day.
Tafika and Remote Africa’s bush camps are in the Luangwa Valley in Central Zambia. The camps are famous for the massive numbers of wildlife and their walking safaris. The guides lead groups into Chikoko, Mwaleshi, and the North and South Luangwa at Crocodile Camp.
6. Beho Beho, Selous Game Reserve
Beho Beho in Southern Tanzania features luxurious accommodations in the oldest game reserve in Africa. Guides take guests on walking tours into the most remote locations in Africa.
7. Old Mondoro
Old Mondoro camp in the Lower Zambezi National Park is in Southern Zambia. The camp is on the Zambezi River and is one of the smallest in Africa. Some of the finest canoeing and boating in Africa is found on the river. Day and night game drives and walking tours are available.
8. Mombo Camp
Located on the Moremi Game Reserve in Northern Botswana, the Mombo Camp has an excellent reputation. Although the activities are rather limited since walking tours and driving at night aren’t omitted, it’s one of the best camps for viewing massive numbers of African wildlife.
9. The Schoeman’s Skeleton Coast Safaris
Kunene Camp in Northern Namibia, offers, private, guided tours by the owners, in the most remote area of Africa. The camp doesn’t have the amenities found at some of the other camps, but the location on the top of a cliff is breathtaking. The camp is situated above the Kunene River and offers spectacular views.
10. Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp Located in Linyanti Reserve in Northern Botswana, is one of the finest of the smaller camps. The private preserve offers guests access to some of the most remote wilderness in Africa. the camp is on the Linyanti River and offers wonderful wildlife viewing.
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