Who would not love to travel around the world, explore different locations, and experience the new cultures and civilizations of different countries? But some trips are not meant to just about tour and travel, they are made to do more thrilling and adventures fun, challenging yourself, pushing the walls beyond the limits, to make yourself free from the entire world and enjoy the company of nature or feel the nature from close. For this sort of thrilling and adventurous people, WILDLIFE SAFARI is a great idea.
Wildlife safari can give a fresh start to life, nowadays we humans find ourselves surrounded by technology-driven lifestyle, which is fast, hectic and full of ambitions. Wildlife safari can help in detaching ourselves from this lifelong daily routine and give ourselves some relaxable quality time with a touch of nature, wildlife, greenery, and pollution-free environment.
A new experience gives a new start in life with more and new energy. It can be a process of the restart of life again. Wildlife safari gives some inspirations as well as we can learn from nature how to survive in difficult situations and how to tackle dangers. Here are some of the best places across the world for WILDLIFE SAFARI.
1. Ranthambore Park, India
The park is famous for its tigers and is one of the best locations to see the majestic predators in its natural habitats. Ranthambore Park is in the Rajasthan state of India and is one of the best safari spots to visit and spot the tigers wandering naturally. The best time to visit Ranthambore Park is October to April as well as during summers but the Monsoon days are prohibited.
There are ten safari zones in Ranthambore Park. The zones from 1-6 are the premium ones to see tigers. There are more than 250 species of birds some of them are Indian Gray Hornbills, Ibis, Bayas, Drongos, Pipits, etc. The duration for a safari lasts for 3 hours in Ranthambore Park.
2. Ongava Park, Namibia
Famous as one of the best safari destinations in Africa. Here visitors can spot Lions, Rhinos and Elephants, and another biodiversity. The best time to visit Ongava Park is the winter season when the grasses are not so high in length and most animals are around the water sources.
3. Yala Park, Sri Lanka
Yala Park is known for leopard and elephants. Mostly the elephants are of friendly nature. Yala Park remains open 365 days. Srilanka is a leopard country, leopards are kings of jungles. The density of leopards is higher than anywhere ales on the planet. The best time to visit Yala Park from February to June.
4. Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe
Hwange National Park is the largest natural reserve in Zimbabwe, located in the West, on the main road between Bulawayo and the Victoria Falls. This Park is known for gemsbok and brown hyena. Visit the Park for the best experience from July to October.
5. Bandhavgarh National Park, India
Bandhavgarh National Park is situated in the Madhya Pradesh state of India across the Vindhya Hills. This Park has the highest density of tigers. From thick forests to tall grasslands Bandhavgarh National Park is a perfect habitation for a variety of animals and birds. To have the best experience visit the Bandhavgarh National Park from October to June.
6. Masai Mara Reserve, Kenya
The Masai Mara Reserve is one of the most amazing and beautiful places in the world where visitors can experience awesome sunset views and typical-African landscape of rolling savanna grasslands. Travelers can spot hyena, cheetah, baboons, crocodiles, hippo, gazelle, zebra and impala.
To visit the Masai Mara Reserve the best time is the dry season, from June to October.
7. The Pantanal, Brazil
The Pantanal rivals Amazons as a wildlife destination. It is famous for jaguars, ocelots, quirky mammals like the tapir. Over 650 species of birds can be spotted here. The best time to visit the Pantanal is the dry season from May to September as wildlife animals arrive at water sources.
8. Nairobi National Park, Kenya
It is situated near the capital city of Kenya. The Nairobi National Park is a unique destination famous for a pile of buffaloes, cheetahs, black rhinos, lions leopards, hippos, zebras, etc.
9. Northern Territory’s Bamurru Plains
Australia possesses so many sceneries and beautiful sites to explore. Australia is rich in flora and fauna. Australia has the largest population of saltwater crocodiles. Travelers can visit this location any day across the year.
So here we have discussed most of the best places for a wildlife safari. Now find out some time and make a plan to visit any of these locations.