The Serengeti ecosystem – Masai Mara National Park in Kenya and Serengeti National Park in Tanzania – covers an area of about 30 000 km2. In addition, it includes a number of other private game reserves and protected areas.

The Okavango Delta is up there on many people’s Safari Bucket List, and rightly so. This huge, untouched floodplain on the northern border of Botswana is incredibly beautiful and filled with a wide array of wildlife.

Every year, flocks of eager tourists set out on safari in hopes of capturing the quintessential wildlife photo. Getting the perfect shot isn’t just about luck—you can improve your odds significantly with some careful planning. Here are a few tips for getting the most out of this once-in-a-lifetime trip.

The home of the new Seventh Wonder of the World, the Great Migration, the astounding Masai Mara National Reserve undoubtedly deserves to the number one unmissable sight in Kenya! The reserve has rightfully earned its place as the most visited destination in the country – the Mara remains the embodiment of what the Kenyan safari experience is all about! This diverse habitat stretches across an incredible 1,510 sq. km of southwestern Kenya. It’s the ideal spot to discover prides of lions lying under the trees, roaming herds of elephants and even spot one or two black rhinos and buffaloes – this is the unique variety and insight that make Kenyan safaris a truly unforgettable journey into the natural world.

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