South Africa is a perfect destination for adventure where you can have your honeymoon or take your family for a holiday safari. The infrastructure is perfect, providing a smooth and easy journey to the various lodges, park and game reserves. Lodges and camps are luxurious and will definitely meet most of your demands. They are built inside or near game reserves where you can easily access the wild animals. As you drive and walk through the game parks, you will be accompanied by expert rangers who will lead you to different wildlife habitat as they explain and answer all your questions. There are also various private game park and game reserves to choose from.
Kruger National Park
Kruger National Park in South Africa is a private game reserve with a variety of wild animals. These includes the big five (lion, buffalo, rhino, elephant and the leopard) and other animals like zebras, cheetahs, hyenas and antelopes. Luxury lodges with excellent bathrooms and superb cuisine to provide game viewing are built inside the park. Self catering is provided in the park where you are allowed to come with your own food or you can choose to buy from the rest camp. You can also have delicious meals from the lodges and hotels and other Luxury Lodges which is served in a open dining room where you will enjoy the sun.
Other game parks include the Sabi Sabi Private, Thorny Bush Private Reserve, Timbavati Private Game Reserve and Sabi Sands Game Reserve. All these game reserves have luxurious lodges built within or near the reserves so you can have complete enjoyment in your safari. Some lodges and camps have shops, pharmacies, restaurants and medical services just to cater for all your needs and requirements. Public services for instance ATM and pay phones are also available. This private game reserves are malaria free, therefore ideal for families with young children who can hardly take the medicine.
Botswana is also famous in wildlife safari in many parks such as Okavango Delta, Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, Savuti, Chobe National Park and Moremi. The lodges are big and spacious enough to accommodate conference meetings privately. Apart from wildlife viewing, there are other activities involved such as golf, horse riding, hot balloon trips, elephant back safari, visiting the cheetah breeding project, spa treatment among others.
Source by Jackline Mwathe