Take a trip on the wild side
With noble lions embarking on a new adventure, many may be tempted to experience the wild for themselves. Here is a curated list of safari stays for intrepid adventurers.
Laikipia has a community of various endangered species including black rhinos, grevy's zebras, wild dog packs and over 2,000 elephants. Not only are there a variety of Safari options to choose from, the area also boasts various conservation and education programs where travelers can learn about wildlife conservation.
Amakhala Game Reserve, South Africa
The Reserve is bound to give guests experience on the wild side. Found on the Eastern Cape of South Africa, the reserve is a unique conservation initiative that allows animals to be re-introduced to the area where they once roamed freely, making a contribution to the conservation of the area's natural heritage.
The African plains of Seronera are located in Northern Tanzania in one of the three main areas of The Serengeti National Park. This area is commonly known for its large annual migration of wildebeests, zebras, crocodiles and honey badgers.
The city's national park is home to buffaloes, waterbucks, giraffes, warthogs, zebras and baboons. Within the park, visitors can find Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara, where (if lucky enough) they can catch a glimpse of Africa's Big Five (lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants and Cape buffalos) in their natural habitat.