Endless savannah, dense wild jungles, orange desert sands stretching beyond the horizon, a mountain peak shining in the rays of the hot sun — these are five national treasures, five parks of the African continent.
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Amboseli National Park is located in the south-east of Kenya. 392 square kilometers of unique landscapes, one of the best opportunities for observing African animals, primarily elephants, of which there are really a lot. In Amboseli you can also find: rhinos, buffaloes, impalas, lions, cheetahs, hyenas, giraffes, zebras, wildebeest and many other animals. The park is home to more than 400 species of birds. It is here that you can take amazing photos of Mount Kilimanjaro
The second most visited nature reserve in Kenya is a grassy savanna with acacia groves. Masai Mara. Here you will meet all the representatives of the Big Five of Africa – elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, lions and leopards and get acquainted with the legendary Maasai tribe.
The highest peak in Africa, one of the “7 peaks”, “Sparkling Mountain” — Mount Kilimanjaro is located in the Kilimanjaro National Park in Tanzania. It is the highest located park in Africa. A huge volcano, surrounded by a mountain forest, covered with snow, rises above the plains. The park is home to an incredible number of animal species – more than 140 species of mammals, 179 species of birds, many of which are vanishingly rare.
After visiting the park, you will be able to climb Mount Kilimanjaro along one of the 6 paved routes that do not require special experience. You will be accompanied by a Russian-speaking guide.
The Namib desert is one of the most amazing places on Earth! Absolutely fantastic, as if alien landscapes amaze the imagination. The color of the sand dunes varies from white to dark orange, among these colors, the black, sun-scorched skeletons of trees in the dead forest of Deadwood look strange.
There is a national park in Namibia Etosha, a salt marsh on the edge of the Kalahari Desert, one of the largest nature reserves in South Africa. This is a great place for safari – here you can see herds of elephants, wildebeest, gazelles, zebras, giraffes and other animals.
Chobe National Park in Botswana is 4 ecosystems at once with their own special flora and fauna each. The park is one of the largest concentrations of wild animals in the world. It is famous for the huge population of the African elephant, impressive herds of buffaloes and the fact that more than 400 species of birds live here.
In Chobe National Park, guests can take not only a traditional jeep safari, but also a river boat cruise to observe the animals living on the banks of the river, meet crocodiles and hippos.
National Park Simen was created in order to preserve the unique nature of the Simen Mountains of Ethiopia. Savannas, mountain deserts, semi-deserts and zones of Afro-alpine vegetation with tree-like heather have come together here.
Here is the mountain peak Ras Dashen – the highest mountain in Ethiopia and the fourth highest on the entire continent. National Park Simen is home to many species of unique animals – for example, servals, Ethiopian jackals, wolves, Simen foxes, leopards, gelada monkeys, Abyssinian mountain goats, and birds of prey, such as the thick-billed crow and the bearded man.
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