10 Of the Most Amazing and Infinitely Beautiful Game Reserves In Africa

9 Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

Placed on the top list of wildlife lovers in the world, Massai Mara is interlinked with the Serengeti because of the grand spectacle of the migration between July and October. Apart from being home to the big five, the lion, leopard, Elephant Buffalo and hippo once can see deadly crocs thriving in the Mara River. Adding to the fascinating culture of the Massai Mara is the Massai tribe characterized by their red cloaks. At dusk, the game reserve is a haunting shadow of light shifting through acacia trees making it a visual delight for photographers.

Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

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8 Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

Once part of the Serengeti, The Ngorongoro Conservation area hosts three magnificent Volcanoes among which the most famous one is Mt Ngorongoro. The area is covered by more than 8,300 sq Km of Savannah and is also home to the famous archeological site of Olduvai George. Here too one can see the Massai tribe existing peacefully among the diversity of wild beasts. As a world heritage site, the reserve contains one of the thickest populations of wild lions, black rhinos, leopards, wild dogs, cheetahs, leopards and 500 species of birds.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

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7 Amboseli National Park, Kenya

What makes Amboseli National Park in Kenya a favored tourist destination is the towering sentinel of Mt Kilimanjaro presiding as a silent deity over the park. Home to five different habitats including a swamp system, thick woodlands, savannah and the dried lake of Amboseli, The national park has an abundance of diverse wildlife famous for its unusually large elephant herd.

Amboseli National Park, Kenya

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