Southern Africa is home to some of the worlds finest wildlife viewing national parks and reserves and the diversity of habitat and wildlife makes it the perfect African wildlife safari destination.
Kruger National Park in South Africa is honored with the status of being the flagship park in the region. However the distinction of the other regional parks like Namibia’s Etosha, Namib Desert and Skeleton Coast; Botswana’s Chobe and Okavango; Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls, Hwange and Mana Pools; Zambia’s South Luangwa and Zambezi combine to form a wilderness that rivals Kenya and Tanzania Parks in magnificence and certainly in variety.
This site is a tribute to the wonderful wildlife heritage of Africa, with wild animal and wild bird details & photos, including birds of prey. All this specialist info and has been created for wildlife enthusiasts, birders, photographers and researchers, as well as for those who have already been to Africa and are now keen to experience a safari based on personal preference and knowledge.
Our initiative is to add value to your African wildlife safari experience and gain from a greater knowledge of animal behaviour, plant ecology and useful preparation for your visit to Africa
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We invite you to be a guest in the wilds and show respect for the animals & all wildlife. Watch them in their natural state without making yourself an intruder into their natural world.
A first-time visitor will want to see plenty of game, mainly large animals. We encourage you to look beyond that and begin to see the whole context, also noticing the inter-relationships, smaller animals and birds, as well as to dicover and recognize African habitats with all the interwoven elements.
With Wildlife Safari.info, your navigation through this site is a journey of exploration via the habitats and wildlife parks of Africa, learning more about the mammals and birds of the regions and making your safari choices based on your own discoveries. You will also find links to lodges and tours in each region, but remember that for true enthusiasts, the lodge experience is secondary to the natural bounty of the African habitats and wildlife reserves. No matter how often you visit Africa, you will encounter something new.
SOUTHERN AFRICA WILDLIFE SAFARI PARKS & GAME RESERVESSOUTH AFRICA:
• Addo Elephant National Park • Cape Peninsula National Park • Hluhluwe Game Reserves
• Kalahari Gemsbok National Park • Knysna Lagoon • Kruger National Park • Madikwe Game Reserve • St Lucia Wetlands
Brown Hyaena | Wild Dog | Porcupine | Warthog | Aardwolf | Blue Wildebeest | Burchells Zebra | Eland | Kudu | Oryx | Springbuck
Impala | Baboon | Honey Badger | African Civet | Antbear | Caracal | Serval | African Wild Cat | Ostrich | Bat-eared Fox | Tsessebe
Waterbuck | Blesbok | Reedbuck | Roan Antelope | Nyala | Pangolin | Bush Baby | African Fish Eagle | Kori Bustard | Secretary Bird
Rainbird | Bee-eater | Vulture | Stork | Hornbill | Roller | Kite | Barbet | Loerie | Oxpecker | Eagle Owl | Korhaan | Hoopoe | Sunbird