Find the perfect African safari destinations for your trip

When planning a trip to Africa, the first question many people ask is: where should I go on safari?

Africa is a massive continent with numerous safari experiences that vary greatly by country, region and season.

 The word safari was originally used to describe a journey which involved hunting and exploring the wild woods. But now it is used to describe an adventurous journey to discover nature and wildlife in their natural habitats. The different African safari parks offer different experiences to its visitors and are different from each other in their specialties. Some parks are famous because of their vivid topography while others are the home to a number of rare species of birds and animals.

An African safari could be your 'once in a lifetime experience' so it's important that you make the right choices to ensure that the experience is unforgettable for good and not bad reasons! Here are our top five  tips to help you choose your African safari . 

The Maasai Mara, a 580 square mile wildlife reserve in Kenya's Narok County, is regarded as the Serengeti National Park in northern Tanzania's northernmost region. The Maasai Mara is home to the Great Migration, which takes place mostly there from July to October. During this time, zebra, gazelle, and wildebeest can be seen in great numbers, and there is also an exceptionally high density of predators, like as lions, leopards, and cheetahs. The Maasai Mara is also home to the three other Big Five animals—the Cape buffalo, elephant, and rhino—as well as some 570 different bird species. More than 50 of these are raptors, including vultur

Kruger National Park is one  of the largest game reserves in all of Africa, where you can see all of the so-called Big Five Game African animals: lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffalos, as well as zebras, giraffes ,Kruger National Park is  It’s known for its professional management of wildlife, nature conservation, and safeguarding of African cultural heritage.  It’s developed significantly since it was officially opened as a park in 1927. 

With nearly 2 million hectares of unrivaled habitats, Kruger offers a wildlife experience that ranks with the very best in Africa. 

Wildlife abounds in the Serengeti National Park, a World Heritage Site. More than 2 million ungulates, over 4,000 lions, 1,000 leopards, 550 cheetahs, and almost 500 different species of birds call this magnificent area home, which spans a massive 5,800 square miles of grassy plains, stunning rocky outcrops, and acacia trees.

Because of the size of this park, it’s best to experience it from a private mobile camp if possible. This means you’ll  have the opportunity to follow the wildlife and set up camp at the most opportune locations—and in migration season, that means close to a main migration corridor. The Serengeti offers up-close-and-personal predator-prey interaction. It’s not uncommon to be able to watch a powerful lion take down a lagging wildebeest or spot an ultra-fast cheetah overtaking a young antelope. Lucky guests may even encounter an elusive leopard in a riverine forest. 

Bwindi Impenetrable Forest

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is located in the South-West side of Uganda. It is a famous for tracking the mountain gorilla (Gorilla Beringei Beringei). About 340 of the world remaining gorilla population live in this area. Covering an area of 331 square kilometers, this area has a mixture of scrambled vegetation, steep landscape, high slippery valleys, drought ridges and thick forest with under growth vegetation. Visitors touring the park are asked to pack warm clothing and decent hiking boots due to the cold temperatures, especially in the months of June and July. 


Jamboree Africa Tours and Safaris happily welcomes you to join a 7-day safari in Kenya. Prepare yourself to experience game drives in a safari vehicle with a pop-up roof for the game viewing and get close to various animals that you like the most. You will be accompanied by a safari guide / driver so you won't be confused during your game drives. Enjoy trekking, biking, and boat trips on Lake Naivasha and visit Hell's Gate. These activities will bring your good vibes back. Your safari starts here!