If you are an adventurous type of person and have the guts to see a lion in the eye, then these top 5 national parks in Africa should be on your list to visit! So get on a adventure spree at Africa’s wildlife reserves.
Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya
Here’s Africa’s top safari destination. The endless savannah plains teeming with wild animals is sure to mesmerize you. One of the main highlights of visiting this legendary 1800 km² wildlife reserve in East Africa, is The Great Migration. This annual wildlife spectacle sees millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle stampeding across the plains in search of greener grass. it is home to large predator populations, including numerous lions, leopards, cheetahs and jackals, as well as large numbers of other wild animals and over 450 bird species. And coexisting with them are the local Maasai tribes in their bright red robes.
Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Situated is northern Tanzania is a classical safari destination which is home to some of the biggest populations of mammals in the world. Vast numbers of hoofed animals migrate across the Serengeti Ecosystem, moving between Masai Mara and the larger Serengeti Park, which share unfenced borders. Serengeti is considered to host Africa’s largest population of lions. More than 500 species of birds are also found here, including many raptors.