Lions and leopards and rhinos, oh my

finnish translation

Africa Leopard Leopard Tracks SafarisThere are few places or experiences that conjure up the vision of freedom and wildness of an African safari. So instead of trying to find something that compares, just give in to your wild side and experience the real thing. Go on safari with Leopard Track Safaris.

Start your three day excursion in Duban and drive up the Kwazulu Natal Coast passing sugar plantations that give way to small Zulu settlements. Enjoy lunch in the small village of Hluhluwe while taking in the sights before proceeding to the game reserve and Hilltop Camp. Wen evening falls you’ll go on a game drive that will take you to some of the more remote areas of the reserve and find the amazing animals the reserve is known for.

On day two head south into Imfolozi area and enjoy a bush barbeque on the banks of Black Imfolozi River. The area is famous for helping bring two rhino species back from the brink of extinction in the 1930s and 1940s. These days you’ll see those two rhino species as well as the elephant buffalo, giraffe and several species of antelope. Keep your eyes open for lions or leopards which may make an appearance.

Relax for dinner in the fresh evening air and watch the sunset in anticipation of the following day’s exploration of the waterholes where animals like kudu and nyala come to drink.

Leopard Track Safaris will take you on a tour of South Africa and Botswana like an insider. Guide Allen Hallett has 35 years of experience in African wildlife. Those years have given Hallett experience with big game so he’s got plenty of stories to share around the campfire as you anticipate the next day’s adventures.

Get a little wild. Visit the Leopard Track Safaris’ website and schedule your tour.

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