Travelers go on African safaris for different reasons. Some want to witness the Great Wildebeest Migration phenomenon that makes Kenya and Tanzania popular safari destinations. Some want to encounter the Big Five (lion, elephant, Cape buffalo, rhino and leopard). Others just want to experience the pure joy of being one with nature.
Many people ask why the Serengeti should be the first call for a safari. The fact that you can roam around the endless plains with breathtaking landscapes varying from postcard-perfect savannahs to riverine forests to acacia-studded woodlands is one. Let’s not forget the majestic mountain ranges that appear in the backdrop of the crocodile-infested Mara River in the north, or the distinctive granite kopjes that seem to have sprung out of the earth in the southeast side of the expansive ecosystem. The flora and fauna nurtured by the different terrains are incredible both in terms of numbers and
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