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Wild Whispers Africa Safaris

African Wildlife Safaris

Wildlife Safaris & Tours in Africa


Wild Whispers Africa Safaris

Africa is famed for its incredible wildlife diversity, which attracts millions of safari enthusiasts from around the world to witness the majesty of the largest land animals such as the elephant, rhino, buffalo and hippo. There is tremendous ecological diversity between the wide open plains of the savanna and the tropical rainforests, so one can go on a safari for a variety of reasons.Find the best places to go for a wildlife safari in Africa, the best time to visit each location and profile some of the most interesting animals that the visitor can view in those areas.


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6 Days Rwanda Gorilla Tour, Wildlife & Chimps Tracking This 6 days Rwanda wildlife tour

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Luxury Primate Safari 10 days Day 1: Arrival On arrival at the Entebbe international Airport

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Day 1: Murchison Falls National Park. In the morning you will leave for the Murchison

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Day 1: Arrival On arrival at the airport you will be received by our delegate

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Tracking gorillas and chimpanzees, wildlife and bird watching holidays in Uganda. Stay in the best
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This exciting 7 days Rwanda gorilla tracking safari starts and finishes in Kigali or ends

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Detailed itinerary Day1: Arrive at Entebbe International Airport- Pick up and drop off at Hotel.


This carefully crafted 6-day Kenya safari offers participants a comprehensive journey through Kenya’s diverse landscapes,


This meticulously crafted 8-day Kenya safari offers participants a comprehensive journey through Kenya’s diverse landscapes,


5-Day Kenya Safari: Wildlife and Cultural Exploration This carefully crafted 5-day Kenya safari offers participants


This carefully crafted 5-day Tanzania safari offers participants a rich exploration of Tanzania’s diverse landscapes,


This carefully crafted 6-day Tanzania safari offers participants a comprehensive journey through Tanzania’s most renowned


This meticulously crafted 7-day Tanzania safari offers participants a comprehensive journey through Tanzania’s most renowned


5-Day South Africa Safari: Johannesburg, Hoedspruit, and Kruger National Park This comprehensive 5-day South African


5-Day Namibia Safari: Windhoek and Etosha National Park This concise 5-day Namibian safari offers participants


7-Day Namibia Safari: Windhoek, Sossusvlei, Swakopmund, Twyfelfontein, and Etosha This 7-day Namibian safari offers participants


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Uganda Wildlife Safaris

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, 350km southwest of Kampala in Uganda, is best known for trekking mountain gorillas but the park is also home to chimpanzees, as well as more than 350 species of birds. Gorillas can be seen throughout the year, but the dry seasons (June to September and December to February) are most comfortable for trekking through the lush forest. Uganda safari tours often feature Bwindi as a highlight.

Queen Elizabeth National Park

Queen Elizabeth National Park in western Uganda provides an enthralling multi-paged safari experience thanks to its savannas, forests and wetlands. It has a diverse collection of wildlife species, including lions, elephants, hippos, and over 600 species of birds. The best time to visit is the dry seasons (January to February, and June to July) as game-viewing is impressive. Most Uganda wildlife safaris feature Queen Elizabeth National Park in their itineraries to offer the traveller with a memorable experience.

Rwanda Wildlife Safaris

Volcanoes National Park

More than half of the world’s remaining mountain gorillas live in Volcanoes National Park in northwestern Rwanda, just a short drive from Musanze town. Situated at the foothills of the Virunga Mountains, at the border between Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Uganda, this area is also home to golden monkeys and a few hundred bird species. Gorilla trekking is possible from March to May, and then again in the dry seasons from June to September and mid-December to mid-February – when daytime temperatures are more comfortable. Rwanda safari tours include Volcanoes National Park as their final stop.

Akagera National Park

Akagera National Park, in eastern Rwanda, borders Tanzania and marks a return to more traditional savanna landscapes and wildlife. Lions, elephants, giraffes and more than 500 bird species live here. The best time to visit is in the dry seasons (June to early September or mid-December to mid-February) when wildlife viewing is at its peak. Very often, Rwanda wildlife safaris also combine Akagera National Park with gorilla trekking in Volcanoes National Park.

Kenya Wildlife Safaris

Masai Mara National Reserve

The Masi Mara National Reserve, around 250 miles (400km) west of Nairobi in southwestern Kenya, is one of Africa’s most popular safari destinations. The wildebeest migration is one of the great wildlife spectacles, bringing thousands of animals through the open savannah grasslands of the Masi Mara between the months of July and October. Indeed, the Reserve is teeming with wildlife in general and includes all members of the Big Five; that is, lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo. The migration is best viewed between July and October but game viewing is good throughout the year, and the Masi Mara is a key stop on most Kenya safari tours.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park in southern Kenya is famous for its large elephant herds and spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro, as well as being home to lions, cheetahs and more than 400 species of birds. Wildlife watching is at its best from June to October in the dry season, when animals congregate around the few remaining waterholes. Amboseli National Park is a usual stop on a Kenya wildlife safari.

Tanzania Safaris

Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti in northern Tanzania is another often-seen continent, as is the wildebeest migration that takes place there every year when some two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle migrate around the area in pursuit of fresh grazing. Viewing the wildebeest migration at the Serengeti is considered at its best from December to July. Safari tours of Tanzania will often have the Serengeti as the prime tour destination.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

To the west of the Serengeti lies the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, home to the largest inactive, intact volcanic caldera in the world. Within the Ngorongoro Crater, the wildlife numbers are stacked closely with one another, making for one of the world’s most magnificent and popular wildlife-watching areas. The park’s big-game set list includes black rhino, lion and flamingo. Wildlife viewing is superb all year round, but the dry season (June to September) is the best time to visit. Ngorongoro is routinely combined with the Serengeti on Tanzania wildlife safaris.

South African Wildlife Safaris

Kruger National Park

One of Africa’s largest game parks and probably its most popular safari destination, Kruger National Park in northeastern South Africa contains a huge diversity of wildlife, including the Big Five and moreover than 140 mammal species. Kruger is home to another 500 recorded bird species, as well as cheetahs and wild dogs. Wildlife viewing is good year-round, but conditions are better in the dry season (May-September). Kruger is a common destination on South Africa safari tours.

Sabi Sand Game Reserve

Adjacent to Kruger National Park lies the Sabi Sand Game Reserve – an area where you can be assured of staying in the lap of comfort, paired with phenomenal leopard viewing. The open borders with Kruger mean that wildlife moves freely between the two areas, enhancing the high density of animals already present in the reserve. Apart from leopards, you’ll also find lions, elephants, rhinos and buffaloes in this area. Wildlife viewing is good all year round but the dry season (May to September) is particularly special. Many high-end South Africa safaris include time spent in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.

Botswana Wildlife Safaris

Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta in northern Botswana is one of the most original safari destinations you can visit due to its huge waterways and islands. The animals you can spot include elephants, lions, leopards and African wild dogs. The best time to go is during the dry season from July to October when the animals gather around the few water sources. Botswana safari tours include the Okavango Delta as the primary destination.

Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park, in northern Botswana, is renowned for its large herds of elephants and dramatic river safaris. This varied park has a diverse range of wildlife and birdlife, including lions, leopards, waterbuck and buffalo. Wildlife is best seen during the dry season (May to October), when animals concentrate along the watercourse of the Chobe River. Most Botswana wildlife safaris combine Chobe National Park with the adjacent Okavango Delta.

Zambia Wildlife Safaris

South Luangwa National Park

South Luangwa National Park in eastern Zambia is one of the best places in Africa for walking safaris. It also boasts one of the continent’s highest concentrations of leopard. Excellent birding makes it a must for serious ornithologists. The variety of habitats within the park supports a large population of wildlife such as lion, elephant and more than 400 species of birds. September to October is the peak season to visit and the driest time of year when animals gather near the last remaining sources of water. South Luangwa is regularly included in Zambia safari tours.

Lower Zambezi National Park

Can’t decide between a dryland or water-based safari? Lower Zambezi National Park runs along the Zambezi River in southern Zambia and offers both. The wide floodplain is known for its big herds of elephant, an impressive number of predators including lion, leopard and wild dog, and an equally extraordinary array of birdlife. Come during the dry season (July to October) when game is at its most coherent – and when canoeing on the river and fishing for tigerfish are both excellent as well as traditional game drives. Many Zambia wildlife safaris juxtapose Lower Zambezi with South Luangwa National Park.