If your plan includes traveling through immense extensions that give you infinite possibilities to enjoy the wildest side of Africa, this post is for you:
KRUGER NATIONAL PARK (SOUTH AFRICA)
In the northwest of South Africa, occupying part of the border with Mozambique, there is a national park that has an area equal to that of the state of Israel. In the Kruger National Park, huge numbers of impalas, zebras and giraffes run through the savannah, while big cats (led by lions and cheetahs) stalk and hippos and crocodiles make their strength in the rivers.
SOUTH LUANGWA AND KAFUE (ZAMBIA)
South Luangwa National Park is the flagship of wildlife in Zambia. Here the fact that there is a large concentration of wildlife is combined with that of being a very little touristic place.
NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA (TANZANIA)
Although it is part of the Serengeti region, the Ngorongoro Crater (whose name means The Gift of Life in the Maasai language) was segregated from the Serengeti National Park in 1959, being declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979.
Serengeti is one of the best-known natural areas in Africa and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, being considered by many as the Seventh Wonder of the World.
This is probably one of the most underrated national parks in Africa. The largest national park in Zimbabwe offers the possibility to admire 108 different species of mammals.