Lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes and rhinos are part of an exclusive list of large mammals that can only be completed in a few African parks, so today we will provide you with the relevant information to make your safaris without missing out on the sighting of these magnificent animals.


Serengeti National Park – Tanzania

This park is the natural setting for the great migrations of herbivores (The Great Migration) that occurs in the month of May for more than 14,000 square kilometers to the heights of the Rift Valley with the Great Lakes region.

In Serengeti there is the largest concentration of carnivores in the world, so it will be easy to see lions and leopards and it is quite likely to run into rhinos as well.


Ngorongoro Crater – Tanzania

This park is the place in Africa where it is easiest to see the Big Five in a single day. In addition, it is one of the most important natural reserves in Tanzania and a true sanctuary of the Black Rhinoceros and the list of hippos, zebras, wildebeest, impalas, ostriches, flamingos, is enormous.


Masai Mara – Kenya

Masai Mara is a park of vast plains, acacias, and African skies that evoke adventure. The best time to visit it is at the end of June and until well into September, the flow of life that migrates from Serengeti settles in the fresh pastures of Massai Mara.