The most beautiful safari in Equatorial Africa

Where to go on safari in Equatorial Africa

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful safari in Equatorial Africa
Inserted: 01.01.2022
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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The eastern part of Equatorial Africa occupies Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. All three countries offer amazing safaris in animal parks teeming with animals. You will see huge herds of wildebeests, zebras, elephants, giraffes. Also beasts in the form of lions or leopards. In the lakes and rivers, hippos and crocodiles and lots of birds. Let's see which safari in Equatorial Africa is one of the most beautiful.

1.
Safari Serengeti

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2.
Safari in Kazinga channel

The biggest concentration of hippos in A

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| Altitude: 950 m / 3 117 ft

One hundred and ten kilometers south of Fort Portal the road overcomes nearly forty kilometers long channel… continue reading

3.
Trip to Ngorongoro

A visit to an animal paradise

Altitude: 1 807 m / 5 928 ft

It should be noted at the outset that a distinction must be made between the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and… continue reading

4.
Safari in Masai Mara

Paradise not only for migrating wildebee

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| Altitude: 1 520 m / 4 987 ft

Masai Mara is certainly one of the most popular safaris in Kenya. In picturesque savannah landscape with… continue reading

6.
Safari around Lake Nakuru

Animal paradise surrounded by civilizati

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| Altitude: 1 850 m / 6 070 ft

Just 160 kilometers north from the capital of Kenya – Nairobi is located town Nakuru (1,800 meters asl), next… continue reading

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Lake Manyara Safari

Visit a safari in Tanzania's smallest national park

Altitude: 958 m / 3 143 ft

National park with a name derived from Lake Manyara, which makes up about two thirds of its area. The park is… continue reading

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Safari Tarangire

An ideal safari for elephant lovers

Altitude: 1 014 m / 3 327 ft

The safari in Tarangire National Park, along with Lake Manyara National Park, is a bit in the shade of the… continue reading

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