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1. Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Located in Northern Tanzania, Serengeti is one of the best national parks in Africa. With untouched golden landscapes, ample wildlife, great wildebeest migration, and more, Serengeti National Park in Africa is how you imagine it.

This area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where your eyes can meet every kind of wildlife that the Serengeti National Park preserves and protect. This Tanzanian national park covers 15000 km² of endless plains dotted with thorn trees.
One of the most spectacular events to watch here each year is the great wildebeest migration, where six million of these animals partake in this 40 km long run. In addition to this majestic aspect of nature, this national park also maintains the natural balance of predator and prey.


2. Okavango Delta, Botswana

This delta in north-west Botswana is one of the very few major interior delta systems that do not flow into a sea or ocean, with a wetland system that is almost intact. The delta is affected by seasonal flooding with flood water from Angola reaching the Delta between March and June, peaking in July. This peak coincides with Botswana’s dry season resulting in great migrations of game from the dry hinterland. A UNESCO’s World Heritage Site since 2014, the delta is an oasis in an otherwise dry environment the Okavango Delta. Protected by the Moremi Game Reserve on its eastern edge, the delta is known for its superb wildlife sightings and also houses some of Africa’s most exclusive safari lodges.


3. Etosha National Park, Namibia

Namibia’s pioneer wildlife venue - Etosha National Park, is among the best national parks in Africa for spotting vast and varied animals. It is home to unique and unusual wild animals, including the big five and the tallest elephants on the continent. In this national park, travellers can go camping, embark on multiple extended safaris, and spot animals in their natural habitats.
Many species reside within the bounds of the park, including endangered animals. Etosha National Park has a distinct range of landscapes, including savannah, grasslands, dry lake beds, dolomite hills, and more.


4. Kruger National Park, South Africa

Established in 1898, Kruger is one of the largest national parks in Africa. It boasts the African big five, which includes rhinos, lions, elephants, leopards, and buffalos. Kruger National Park is popular among tourists as well as locals. For travellers, the park has luxury safari lodges, self-driving excursions, walking tours, and camping. Visitors can also explore unique archaeological and historical sites within the park beside the wildlife spotting. Kruger National Park is one of the most equipped African parks where the webcams show live animal activities.


5. Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

Situated in south-west Kenya, Maasai Mara (Masai Mara) is possibly the continent’s most popular safari destination. It’s not a National Park, but rather a National Reserve belonging to the Maasai people and administered by the local county councils. Together with the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, it forms Africa’s most diverse, incredible and most spectacular eco-systems, hosting over 95 species of mammals and over 570 recorded species of birds. The reserve is especially famous for the high amount of predators, such as lions and cheetah, and the 1.5 million wildebeest which migrate through the Mara and cross the crocodile infested Mara river (from July to October).