What animals do you see on an African safari?

What animals do you see in Africa?

Here is a list of some of the must-see African Animals and where you can see them when on a Kenyan safari.

  • African Lion. The African lion is well known for being the “king of the jungle”. …
  • African Elephant. …
  • Kenyan Cheetah / Tanzanian Cheetah. …
  • Rhino. …
  • Cape Buffalo. …
  • Masai ostrich. …
  • African Leopard. …
  • Wild Dogs.

What would you find in a safari?

Zebras, giraffes and wild horses also roam free in some safari lands. You may also spot some big cats, such as cheetahs and lions. A few varieties of African antelopes, such as the impala and gazelle, also live on African plains. If your safari takes you near water, look out for hippopotamuses.

Are there tigers in the safari?

It is very easy to see lions on safari and possible to view all three species in a single trip. Each has its fans, and all are beautiful and compelling, but none can match the grandeur of the biggest of the big cats, the tiger, which you will never see on an African safari.

What is the best time of year to go on a safari in Africa?

The best time for an African safari is typically from July through October, when the animals are easy to find and in substantial numbers. Deciding when to go on safari depends on what country you would like to visit and when you can plan your trip.

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Do you see monkeys on a safari?

You can see monkeys in every African safari country – in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania you’re most likely to see vervet and colobus monkeys.

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