Serengeti National Park
Serengeti National Park is one of the most popular destinations in Africa. It belongs to the continent’s prime attraction, which also means, the number of tourists that visit the area can be overwhelming especially during the peak months. Serengeti National Park is a great place to see all-year-round. However, if you want to go against the current, and face a lesser number of crowds, November is the best time to plan your adventure. During this month, fewer people head to the park, but it bears equally-agreeable weather for games and exploring. It’s a low season during November at the Serengeti National Park, and there’s a small chance of precipitation. You will enjoy the park more if you visit at this time of year. Heading to this destination during this month increases your chance to encounter animals like big herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, and many other ungulates such as eland, topi, kongoni, impala and Grant's gazelle. All three big cats are easily seen at the Serengeti National Park all throughout the year. While lions are everywhere and are often found on a kill. Cheetahs are very common on the southeastern plains, while leopards can be seen resting on the big trees along the Seronera River.
The location of Khwai Concession with nearby reserves such as Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park makes it a prime safari destination in Africa. The Khwai River, which is the main feature of the park is where tons of animals can be spotted. Mammals like lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, the African wild dogs, and cheetahs are some of the wildlife that you can encounter at the Khwai Concession. The best part of this destination for many travelers is that it offers an array of luxury lodgings that provide comfort and relaxation for a fair price. If you love birds, you can watch tons of these beautiful creatures hand around near bodies of water, or fly free across the park. Verreaux's Eagle Owl, Senegal Coucals and Long Toed Lapwings are a few of the bird species that you can see in this destination.
Etosha National Park
Discover the real face of Namibia by visiting the Etosha National Park. The destination offers a rich mix of wildlife as well as fun activities that would make your safari experience remarkable. Bird-watching is a favorite venture in the park where you can witness more than 340 species of birds. Crimson-breasted shrikes, northern black korhaans, violet-eared waxbills and pale chanting goshawks are a few beautiful creatures that you can encounter in the destination. Egyptian vulture, Caspian Plover, White-bellied Korhaan, Black-winged Pratincole, Cape vulture, Crowned crane are some of the rare birds that also dwell at the Etosha National Park, and witnessing them yourself can be a striking moment. A wide variety of mammals live at the Etosha National Park as well. Elephants black-faced impalas, cheetahs, hyenas, silver-backed jackals, lions, leopards, gemsboks, kudus, giraffes and more are some of the species that you can encounter. When you get to this destination, seeing the Etosha Salt Pan is a must. Witness it up close, and it will blow you away. This enormous pool covers 25% of the Park that it can be seen from space.