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Best Safari Tours In Africa: Operators You Should Consider Booking

Travelers Today       By    Nicole Ynayan

Updated: Nov 30, 2016 04:55 AM EST

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African Safari
Safaris are especially popular for tourists during migration and mating seasons. During migration seasons, several different species may be seen gathering around watering holes, creating an unforgettable sight.
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Adventurers and thrill-seekers all agree that nothing beats seeing the wilderness in all its untainted glory. In this day and age, there is no better way of doing that than seeing herds and packs of wild animals in their natural habitat. Plan your own wild vacation by taking your pick of these incredible safari packages.

If you're looking to book a fun adventure but still want to keep the expenses to a minimum, you're going to want to check out the Maasai Mara super budget safari. For as little as $900, you can get three full adventure-packed days to observe Kenya's wildlife during great migration periods.

Watch everything from majestic lions to faster-than-lightning cheetahs in a wildlife reserve. With views spanning everything from the Serengeti to the Mara, less than $300 per day is an absolute steal.

For more than 25 years, Roy Safaris has been offering amazing Tanzania safaris for a very minimal price. For as little as $450 per day, you too can cover everything from photography trips, hotel accommodations and wildlife tours.

According to Fodors, these personalized travel services are worth every single penny. What's even better is that Roy Safaris owns its own philanthropic foundation that funds everything from the building of classrooms to the development of clean water supplies.

Mountain gorillas are exceedingly common in zoos and other wildlife preserves. But if you're looking to catch a glimpse of these and many other amazing primates, then Rwanda is the place to be. Rwanda Gorillas Safari offers everything from transportation, accommodation, and primate tracking for as low as $700 per day.

Get unforgettable views of chimpanzees swinging from trees, gorillas building their nests, and even mating and breeding seasons for several rare primate species. Don't worry about legal issues either because this safari tour is fully licensed to track and observe all these primates.

No one can go wrong when choosing one of Africa's most respected travel and tour organizers. Wilderness Safaris boasts a long history of truly memorable wilderness destination safaris and camping. With partners like seven-star hotels and more than seventy camping grounds to choose from, they are your best bet for African adventures.

Though it may seem a little steep, The Guardian guarantees that a $900 per day rate is definitely worth its weight. Wilderness Safaris offers packages such as 11-day trips to Botswana and 10-day trips to the Desert Dune.

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