Have you ever been on an African safari? Do you want to be on one? Have you ready started planning to travel outside the world that you’re not used to? Are you interested in taking a safari in Rwanda? Do you even know what a safari is? Well you sure don’t have to think much about it, because safaris are trips that can be taken by an individual or a group.
Safaris in Africa offer a lot of amazing experiences! You can chose to go game viewing in natural game parks, watch primates in tropical rain forest, or even go hunting in private ranches or game parks in Southern Africa. Would you like to see the big five or you are interested in taking an ecotour and have the time of your life.
Though in the past, safaris were taken as hunting expedition that at the end of the day resulted in a blood bath of animals, many African countries have moved on and take on the path of ecotourism – ie offering friendly safaris in Africa. In this modern age due to conservation and environmental protection purposes, it’s much more common for a safari to involve taking photographs or simply viewing animals in the Wilderness.
Preparing to go on a safari may seem to be a little intimidating or a daunting task. But however, when the individual breaks it down into manageable pieces, it can become quite easy that you won’t even believe it. The first step is to determine what you would like to do when you go on the safari. Are you interested in taking traditional hunting safaris?
Do you want to take specific photographs of various kinds of wildlife? Are you interested in having more authentic experiences and staying in their traditional villages, or would you prefer more comfort driven adventures with five star hotels and luxury transportation? All of these have to be considered before you can decide on what safari you would like to take, but don’t forget the quotation; yes money is also very important because at the end of the end it make the safari happen leaving you with a long time memory to treasure for the rest of your life.