Amboseli National Park
Amidst Kenya lies a beautiful destination named the Amboseli National Park. This park possesses both thriving trees, vegetation, and wildlife. The Amboseli National Park is the home to thousands of animals like Cape buffalo, African bush elephant, lion, impala, cheetah, Masai giraffe, hyena, Grant's zebra, blue wildebeest, and more. 400 species of birds are also in the area, and in June is the best time to explore the park due to a dry climate while the sun is not as harsh as summer. The Amboseli National Park is near Mount Kilimanjaro, which makes the park a popular choice for tourists where they can view the mountain, or climb it from there. The Observation Hill is also part of the park’s attractions. You can overlook the entire area from the Observation Hill where you can view swamps, and herds of animals are roaming free. The Amboseli National Park offers a splendid experience of an authentic Safari, where you can witness wildlife in accommodations near the lakes and rivers during June. This destination will stun you away.
Ruaha National Park
June is the prime time to see the wildlife thrive at the Ruaha National Park. During this dry season, the animals stay near the bodies of water for an accessible source of water. Games and guided walks are a pleasurable experience due to the comfortable climate and predictable wildlife. Greater Kudu, elephants, hippopotamus and crocodiles are just a few of the species that are abundant in the area. Tourists fall in love in the park’s attractions like its rivers, the Jongomero, Mwagusi, and Mzombe. Bird watchers would also enjoy exploring the Ruaha National Park where about 571 kinds of birdlife dwell. The Birdlife International recognized the park as one of Africa’s most significant areas specifically the Usangu basin that is located within the reserve. Some of the wildlife that you can witness roaming free in this destination are lions, cheetah, leopards, giraffes, elands, zebras, impala, Jackals, bat-eared foxes and so much more. If you’re heading to Tanzania in June, you should include the Ruaha National Park to your itinerary.
June is a dry season in Tanzania, and around the Ngorongoro Crater has the coldest climate -- a perfect time for a trip. This destination is a protected World Heritage site and a must-visit place for many tourists. Besides the abundant wildlife that dwells in the area, there are as well many attractions in the vicinity. About 25,000 large animals live in the area such as African buffalo or Cape buffalo and hippopotamus. The blue wildebeest, Grant's zebra, the common eland and Grant's and Thomson's gazelles, waterbucks can be seen near Lerai Forest. These are just a few species; you can see almost any kind of animal in this destination such as lions, crocodiles, and wild dogs. Lerai Fever Tree Forest is a popular choice for exploration near the crater where tons of bird species live. The forest is filled with beautiful trees like acacias as well as vegetation where rare animals feed. Guided walks near the Olmoti Crater and Empakaai Crater is also an activity that can deliver a remarkable experience, where you can witness the panoramic craters and the stunning waterfall near the lakes. Visiting the Ngorongoro crater during this time of year is not only delightful to the eyes, but it also fills your heart and mind with remarkable adventures.
Grumeti Reserve, Western Corridor Serengeti
Witnessing the wildebeest migration, viewing predators, and experiencing luxurious safaris; these are just a few reasons why you should head to Grumeti Reserve. Lying close to the borderline of Western Serengeti, this destination is the home of a wide range of wildlife. Although the Great Migration happens between June and July, the region offers extraordinary sights throughout the year. Zebras, elephants, and Thomson’s gazelles roam the vast plains of Grumeti Reserves, where luxurious camps and hotels are located. Leap to this destination that can stimulate your soul with zest from the thriving energy of Grumeti Reserve’s wildlife.