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All About Africa's Wildlife

 
A safari is a unique holiday. It takes you somewhere that you have no right to be — into the domain of lion, elephant and leopard. You can be sitting in an open vehicle, astride a horse, or in a small boat just a few paces from one of these magnificent creatures, in the company of expert guides. Keep reading to discover more about Africa’s most extraordinary wildlife.
 
We know from many of our clients that the chance to see big cats up close is one of the main reasons they choose a safari in Africa. And those big cats rarely disappoint: whatever your age, and how ever many lion, tiger, or leopard you have been lucky to see previously on your travels, a close encounter with big cats in the wild will always take your breath away.
 
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Safari game drive near elephants
Safari game drive near elephants
 
An elephant is an amazing creature and watching them on a safari is pure joy! You’ll be awestruck by the combination of social intelligence and raw power. Discover ten of our favourite elephant spotting locations from the savannahs, deserts and great rivers of Africa.
 
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We have been exploring Africa’s wild places for 30 years, yet we still find ourselves gazing in wonder at every opportunity to get up close to our planet’s awesome creatures. That many of them are endangered makes the privilege that much greater and when it comes to an exceptional wildlife safari, conservation is intrinsically connected.
 
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Nicknamed the ‘Pearl of Africa,’ Uganda radiates natural beauty with exquisite greenery, deep tranquil lakes, soaring mountains, and perhaps the greatest natural treasure of all — half of the world's last remaining mountain gorilla population. Joining a group to trek and see them is one of the most exhilarating and heartwarming wildlife experiences possible.
 
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Woman watching elephants from cabin veranda of Chobe Princess boat
Woman watching elephants from cabin veranda of Chobe Princess boat
 
When the herds are on the move, it is the greatest spectacle on Earth. Feel the energy and witness the drama.
 
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A safari is one of the most rewarding holidays for families. It is the chance to spend quality time together, to share unique experiences. The giraffe is one of Africa’s most spectacular mammals. Shy in nature, you may first glimpse just a head above the tree line – their stature makes it impossible to hide – as they watch you respectfully approach.

We have collated some fascinating giraffe facts along with the best places in Africa to see them up close.
 
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Game drive near pair of rhinos at Phinda
Game drive near pair of rhinos at Phinda
 
There is a battle on to save Africa’s rhinoceros. In 1900 half a million rhinoceros roamed Africa and Asia. Now due to poaching and habitat loss there are fewer than 30,000. If they are to survive, we must work together to protect them and help them recover. You can see this work in action with Africa Exclusive, from the hills and valleys of Kenya to the deserts of Namibia.
 
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Hippo with calf walking and grazing on land
Hippo with calf walking and grazing on land
 
Their chortling grunts are synonymous with a waterborne safari. Sprays of mist as they surface in the golden light of dawn. Adapted to life on land and lake. If you hadn't guessed, we're talking about hippos, one of Africa's most common, but often overlooked characters. Your safari wouldn't be complete without seeing them, so we've collated some of our favourite places to spot the abdominous hippopotomus.
 
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Mokoro with elephant at Abu Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
Mokoro with elephant at Abu Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana.
 
Game drives are a fabulous way to cover lots of territory, but nothing beats continuing under your own steam to get really close to the creatures you’ve come to see.
 
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