Wildlife Travel Planning

Africa is one of the world's best destinations for wildlife travel. Wildlife Travel in Africa is known for its diversity, animals, trees and variety of other life forms that are available in Africa. Following are the three best national parks and conservation areas that you can look forward to if you plan to travel Africa.

Nyika National Park
Nyika National Park is largest national park in Malawi. It covers almost all of the Nyika Plateau and is comparatively wet than other surrounding areas because of the rainfall which it gets. Hence it has been named Nyika which means where the water comes from.
Because of its rainfall, it brings over 200 types of orchids into flowers. If you are travel planning for Nyika National Park, there are many activities other than wildlife explorations that you can do. Nyika National Park is well known for trekking, mountain biking, horse riding and many other exciting and adventurous sports. Attractions of Nyika National Park include more than 400 species of birds (if you can find them all...) waterfall, a Neolithic rock shelter, trout pools etc.

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti is a big national park in Tanzania and is famous for migrations. About half million wildebeest and two and half lakhs zebras migrate here. The park covers 5,700 square miles including plains, forest and woodland. It is the oldest national park and attracts many tourists. Because of its bio-diversity and rich wildlife, it is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Site.





Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Located 180kms (112 miles) west of Arusha, Ngorongoro Conservation Area is UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is highly rich in wildlife. It forms home of approximately 25,000 animals. These animals include rhinos, zebras, lions, hippos, wildebeest eland, and Grant's and Thompson's gazelles.
The main feature of NCA (Ngorongoro Conservation Area) is Ngorongoro Crater. This was formed when vocalno errupted and collapsed on itself. The population of crater includes most of the species found in East Africa.
Commonly called as Oldupaai (Sansevieria ehrenbergii) can also be found here. The Olduvai Gorge is one of the most important pre-historic sites in the world and you can find many researchers understanding human evolution.
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