8 Reasons to Safari in Africa

November 10, 2014 at 11:20 pm Leave a comment

If you are looking for an unforgettable, life-changing experience on your next vacation, look no further than the multi-faceted value of embarking on an African safari. From rare wildlife sightings, incredible local cuisine and unique cultural encounters, to the exploration of yourself and the natural beauty that surrounds you, we can only think of reasons to go!

  1. Escape the stressful hustle and bustle of daily living: An African safari not only gives you a complete change in scenery, but also allows for you to get in touch with nature and recharge your batteries away from the stresses of modern life—all while exploring the untamed corners of the earth.
  1. A great value, no matter what package you choose: From standard accommodation packages, to 5-star luxury lodges and properties, the majority of African safaris not only offer a wide range of pricing options to help you tailor the trip to your budget, but also include accommodations, meals, sightseeing transportation and more.
  1. Firsthand encounters with wildlife while you still can: Now is the time to see some of Africa’s wildlife firsthand before extinction poses a real threat. Many endangered species, such as elephants, rhinos and lions, might not be around forever, so why give up the chance to get a glimpse of these rare creatures and experience them in their natural environment?
  1. Safaris are possible at any time of the year: Top African safari providers have the ability to adapt to the exact locations of the yearly migration of wildlife in order to offer ideal game viewing throughout the year.
  1. Live luxuriously: Though it may sound too be good to be true, the combination of decadent cuisine, some of the world’s most breathtaking views, private verandahs and exquisite amenity offerings, included in a number of luxury-inspired African safari packages, provide the same adventurous and cultural experience you’d expect to get on a safari, with a little extra indulgence.
  1. Feed your adventurous side: There is nothing more thrilling than encountering a pride of lions just after a hunt or crossing paths with a massive elephant while on an off-road safari vehicle tour. And if you’re feeling extra adventurous, pump up the adrenaline by getting even closer with a guided walking tour!
  1. Peace of mind about your safety: When you choose a top-rated African safari provider, such as Zara Tours, you can always expect to be provided with an experienced Tanzanian guide who is trained in leading your specific adventure, and prepared to prevent, detect and treat a number of expedition situations. Professional tour guides are also able to speak fluent English, and often, other languages such as Spanish and German.
  1. Help support African nature conservation and wildlife rehabilitation: Along with the many amenities mentioned above, the cost of an African safari includes conservation fees for the game parks and wildlife centers that you visit on your journey—helping to protect these wilderness areas and the beautiful wildlife that inhabits them.

If you are interested in embarking on the trip of a lifetime, or simply just learning more about African safaris, contact ZARA Tours today. As Tanzania’s No. 1 Kilimanjaro outfitter and one of Tanzania’s biggest safari operators, we can assure you a safe, reliable experience and memories that will last a lifetime!

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