The 14 Most Beautiful Safari's in the World

 Going on a safari in one of the most beautiful national parks in the world is guaranteed to experience an unforgettable adventure. These large protected spaces are home to exceptional fauna and flora. Explorers at heart, are you wondering where to admire nature in its raw state and meet wild animals? Prepare your binoculars and your camera, we are going to discover the best safaris on the planet, in Africa, Asia and South America!

1. Kruger National Park ( South Africa )

Africa is not the only continent where you can observe wild animals, but it does have some of the most important nature reserves in the world. The Kruger National Park in South Africa is one of them. The unmissable Kruger is one of the largest protected areas in Africa and is home to nearly 150 species of mammals.

2. Etosha National Park ( Namibia )

Let's stay in the south of Africa to discover the Etosha National Park in Namibia. Live the unique experience of safari in this immense salt desert where a few oases emerge. You will be able to observe, among others, elephants, zebras, impalas, lions, giraffes, pink flamingos, and even leopards. The lucky ones will spot black rhinoceroses.

3. Bwindi Impenetrable Forest (Uganda)

Do primates fascinate you? Try the experience of a safari in the middle of the African jungle, in the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, in Uganda. Behind this mysterious name hides a sanctuary where majestic chimpanzees and gorillas rule the jungle. Hundreds of species of mammals, birds and butterflies coexist there.

4. NGorongoro Crater (Tanzania)

Still in Africa, this time go to the bottom of a caldera, in the Ngorongoro crater in Tanzania. Going on safari in this park gives you the opportunity to experience the largest concentration of wildlife in the world. Ready to meet elephants, black rhinos, lions, zebras, wildebeest, hippos and flamingos?

5. Serengeti National Park (Tanzania)

Imagine stretches of plains as far as the eye can see inhabited by thousands of herds of zebra, wildebeest and antelope, in addition to the Big Five. Welcome to Serengeti Park, Tanzania! This African reserve is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

6. Masai Mara Reserve ( Kenya )

The Big Five, cheetahs, hyenas, zebras, giraffes and even hippos... This is what awaits you, among others, in the savannah of the Masai Mara, in Kenya. This reserve, an extension of the Serengeti Park in Tanzania, is a must and is therefore very popular.

7. Samburu National Reserve (Kenya)

To enjoy a unique experience far from the crowds, prefer to go on a safari in the Samburu reserve, in Kenya. It is located along the Ewaso Ngiro River. You will be able to see rare species there, such as the gerenuk, the Grévy's zebra or the beïsa oryx, but also leopards.

8. South Luangwa National Park ( Zambia )

The concentration of animals in South Luangwa National Park is among the largest in Africa. The elephant, the hippopotamus, the giraffe, the zebra, the buffalo, the antelope or the unmistakable lion are all animals that you will have the opportunity to observe. This sanctuary is unmissable!

9. Ranthambore National Park ( India )

Are you wondering which are the most beautiful safaris in the world? Head to Rajasthan, India! Ranthambore National Park allows you to observe one of the most majestic mammals on our planet, the tiger. Herbivores, such as monkeys, deer or wild boars, are also very numerous in its very varied landscapes.

10. Yala National Park ( Sri Lanka)

The Yala National Park in Sri Lanka, in South Asia, has its place in the list of the most beautiful safaris in the world. The island is home to extremely rich and diverse wildlife. In Yala, you have every chance of seeing numerous elephants, macaques, buffaloes, reptiles and birds. But the big stars of the park are the leopards!

11. Wilpattu National Park (Sri Lanka)

Although larger, Wilpattu National Park in Sri Lanka is less popular than Yala. For an exploration in a more serene environment, prefer Wilpattu. You will see elephants, buffalo, macaques, crocodiles, fawns and maybe even leopards and bears.

12. Torres del Paine National Park ( Patagonia )

Head to the wild expanse of Patagonia, in Chile, for one of the most beautiful safaris in the world. Torres del Paine Park offers an unparalleled playground for adventurers and nature lovers. Follow in the footsteps of America's most legendary and discreet feline, the puma! Unless you prefer to observe wild horses, ungulates, deer, foxes or llamas?

13. Lauca National Park ( Chile )

Ready to be amazed? Lauca National Park, in Chile, is one of the natural wonders of South America. You will be able to come across not very shy llamas, vicuñas, rheas, foxes, pumas, or even Andean condors. The park is classified as a biosphere reserve by UNESCO.

14. The Pantanal (Brazil)

We now take you to Brazil, to the Pantanal ecoregion and nature reserve. This vast plain is ideal for observing the famous colorful parrots (macaws), anacondas, caimans, but also toucans and jabirus. Keep your eyes peeled, a jaguar may come to drink in one of the rivers that cross the reserve!

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