The Safari That Brings Families Together

Image Courtesy Google

A family safari to East Africa is one of the most memorable experiences you can have with your family. It’s something everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. A safari brings together generations of people to connect over the sights and sounds of wildlife and nature. It can be a tremendous bonding experience that brings families together in ways you never thought possible before the trip. No matter your family’s interests, or how old your children are. There’s a safari in East Africa just waiting to give you an unforgettable journey with loved ones around every corner.

Planning Our Trip Ahead

If you’re looking to take a Safari vacation in East Africa, we suggest planning a year ahead of time. You’ll be able to get better deals on hotels and flights when they aren’t at peak season. If you don’t want to wait so long and are just looking for some inspiration,there are other ways to look into your options. For example, if you want to take a safari trip but aren’t sure what countries have great wildlife viewing opportunities and national parks with abundant wildlife—you can start by googling safari destinations east africa (or whichever country/countries interest you). From there, it should be easy enough to start planning your trip.

Why You Should Go ON A Safari to Tanzania,Kenya and Uganda

Where better to take a family safari than East Africa? Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda are all safe tourist destinations with plenty of wildlife. Game drives allow families to view animals in their natural habitat and it provides parents with an opportunity to bond with their children as they explore nature together. A safari also has educational value for kids. There’s no better way to get children interested in different cultures than exploring other parts of the world first-hand. Finally, a safari is one of those rare opportunities that can make lasting memories for you and your loved ones. You may never be able to go on a trip like that again – so seize it while you can!

Some of the best places to visit on a safari include;

  1. Serengeti National Park in Tanzania – is home to over 400 species of mammals, birds and reptiles—including lions, elephants, giraffes and zebras. It’s been voted one of National Geographic’s top 10 must-see places.
  2. Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya- boasts abundant plant life alongside herds of wildebeest (over 1 million!) .That migrate from southern Kenya into northern Tanzania every year between July and October. It’s truly an incredible sight—one you won’t want to miss out on!

Planning Your Route

The first thing you need to do when planning a safari is decide where you want to go. Figuring out your itinerary will depend on what you’re interested in seeing. How long you have, and how far apart destinations are. For example, if traveling with kids, consider visiting East Africa: Serengeti National Park in Tanzania; Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania; Tsavo West National Park and Tsavo East National Park Kenya; and Mount Kilimanjaro, one of three volcanoes on Africa’s highest mountain range. The parks are all within a day’s drive of each other, while maintaining a degree of privacy so groups can experience adventure without feeling swarmed by tourists.

Tips on picking the right Safari Lodge

Many camps and lodges in East Africa are only as good as their location. Most people who take a safari will tell you that they’re interested in seeing everything, including plants, animals, and things people have built (campsites). When choosing which place to go camping, try to imagine where you might be most excited to wake up each morning. Maybe it’s a place with easy access to some of your favorite species? Or perhaps it’s somewhere that already has great campgrounds set up so you can spend more time observing what you came here for?. Whatever your reason is for wanting to take a family safari, we hope our guide has made it easier for you!

Serengeti Serena safari Lodge .Image courtesy Google

The Safari Activities- it’s only limited to your imagination

Safari activities can vary depending on where you’re going and what time of year it is. Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve, for example, is great during any season, but different activities appeal to visitors at different times of year. Here are a few examples: When it’s dry in July and August, you might do game drives (game drives through open vehicles) where your guide spots animals from far away and lets you get close enough to them to take photos. In January and February when it rains regularly, however, driving becomes impossible so guests will spend most of their time looking for wildlife on foot with a guide or taking pictures from an overland truck or spotting rhinos or giraffes while they float down rivers in small boats.

Image by Antony Trivet from Pixabay
Lions relaxing in Maasai mara

Another fun family activity is visiting local villages to learn about and interact with locals.Kids especially love learning how people in other countries live. A visit to a Maasai village, which includes watching dancers perform traditional dances, buying handmade crafts and seeing how people make milk by hand, can be a highlight of your trip. Another fun family activity is visiting local villages to learn about and interact with locals—kids especially love learning how people in other countries live.

Keep feeding healthy through your trip

Don’t let your health suffer just because you’re on vacation. The best way to do that is to make sure you stay on top of your diet while away. Be careful not to stray too far from your usual meals and snacks, especially when you travel to a new destination where fruits and vegetables may be more difficult to come by. Here are some tips for healthy eating while on safari Eat local—try all kinds of foods, but avoid imported foods such as cheese and bread.

Choose locally grown produce over imported food items whenever possible. Stay hydrated—be mindful about how much water you drink during game drives; it can get very hot in East Africa! Eat breakfast like a king—breakfast is often included in most safari packages, so take advantage of it! Remember that while there might be bacon and eggs on offer, they’ll likely contain butter or other unhealthy ingredients; stick with fresh fruit instead (or at least limit yourself to one egg). Pack light snacks—snacks like granola bars or dried fruit help keep blood sugar levels steady throughout the day.

207 thoughts on “The Safari That Brings Families Together


WooChatIcon 0