Rwanda is often overshadowed by its neighboring safari countries often for being a much smaller country than Uganda. But this just makes a safari trip more valuable when one sees the richness of its wildlife. Dubbed as the “Land of a thousand Hills”, it is home to green mountainous destination iconic for its intriguing mountain gorillas trekking safaris to the Volcanoes national park.
South Africa is perhaps the most versatile of all the African destinations, offering a wide variety of activities and landscapes to visitors. Inland safari destination Kruger National Park is populated by big game but South Africa has so much to offer beyond safaris from beach holidays to city trips.
Namibia's dramatic desert landscapes and uniquely adapted wildlife make an especially intriguing safari location. It is home to two great deserts and vast private nature reserves such as Palmwag, Kulala and Ongava, filled with unusual wildlife found nowhere else in Africa.
Zambia is situated mainly on a vast central plateau. Must-see places such as the Luangwa Valley, Lower Zambezi and Kafue are spectacular parks, with excellent game and are not to be missed. Zambia is home to one of the largest waterfalls in the world, the Victoria Falls, which it shares with neighbouring Zimbabwe.