When we go on an African safari we make a point of chatting to other visitors and over the past sixteen years now we have compiled the next list of top ten motives individuals go away the comfort of their properties with the intention to travel to Southern or East Africa on a guided or self-drive safari.

If you have been on safari, or are thinking of going, see if your motive ties up with any of the ten which can be listed below.

They are listed so as of importance:

1. Rest – Individuals want to flee the stress of work and just relax. Some people calm down on the swimming pool, read a book on the camp lawns, while others want solitude – the peace and quiet that you simply get at the Kruger bushveld camps or Kgalagadi wilderness camps. Nevertheless you calm down, recharging your batteries by breaking away from routine in an African national park is nice medicine!

2. Photography – The ‘big-five’, ‘super-seven’ and ‘elusive-eleven’ are all exciting animals to photograph and your photos will provide perfect souvenirs so that you can take back home. The Southern African parks of Kruger, Kgalagadi, Etosha and Pilanesberg are superb game-viewing locations as all of them provide glorious opportunities for wildlife photography.

3. Nature – Some people go on an African safari for instructional reasons akin to to observe endangered species, documenting certain animals and plants or to see how many completely different birds and mammals they will see and tick-off.

4. Household and Friends – Many people have friends and/or relations scattered everywhere in the world and happening a safari collectively is the best way to be collectively while experiencing wildlife and the wilderness.

5. Food and Culture – Folks need to experience totally different cultures and an African safari will expose you to many distinctive cultures, from the Himba tribe in Namibia and the Zulus in South Africa to the Maasai in Kenya. And remember the numerous completely different meals! We’ve had delicious German food in Namibia; succulent seafood in Mozambique & Tanzania and tasted practically every game animal in South Africa, of which elephant and impala have been yummy.

6. Points of interest – These could be natural points of interest resembling impressive landscapes like the Victoria Falls or luxurious lodging reminiscent of is discovered in the Kruger Park’s private lodges or the East African parks. Another attraction is the local weather – when it’s snowing in Europe and America, Africa has sunny skies with balmy evenings!

7. Activities – Nature photograph-tours, hiking, mountain biking, horse-back or elephant-back safaris and even conferences are activities that can enhance your safari experience.

8. Honeymoon – In case you are getting married you need to go to a special place to celebrate and most of the southern and east African national parks provide the best setting for you. Most game reserves and rest camps have a minimum of one private chalet that’s good for honeymooners.

9. Spiritual – The African safari experience will have an effect on most people and they need to start thinking about life – appreciating what they’ve, thanking God for His many blessings and in addition pondering on questions like ‘where do we come from?’, ‘what is the objective of life?’ and ‘what occurs to us after we die?’.

10. Healing – People usually visit nationwide parks to scatter the ashes of a liked one because the place has particular significance for them. The Kruger Park is one such common place where you can mix a safari with the healing act of returning a loved one to nature.

So, you might identify with one of many reasons above or your motive could also be a combination of the above points. Whatever the case, travelling on a safari can, and ought to be, an unforgettable experience.

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