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Extreme Safaris for Adventure Lovers

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Extreme Safaris for Adventure Lovers

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Going on a safari is an unforgettable experience; they offer an exciting mix of wildlife adventures, encounters, incredible nature and beautiful scenery.

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If you have a love for the wild, look no further than Africa, India and Brazil, just to name a few. There are tons of wilderness camps, most of which offer 4X4 jeep and walking safaris.

 

African Horseback Safaris, Botswana

Imagine exploring 450,000 acres of pristine wilderness of the Okavango Delta on horses and riding alongside zebras, giraffes and elephants. Also look out for their over 380 species of birds, leopards and herds of buffalo. With nearly 50 horses in the barn, efforts are made to ensure that each horse is matched with the most suitable rider.

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Norman Carr Safaris, Zambia

Go on the Luangwa Luxury Adventure safari and spend a few nights in Mchenja Camp or one of the bush camps. Enter a 4X4 vehicle and explore wildlife during all hours of the day. Each car is specifically designed to make sure all guests have a window seat, ensuring each individual has a spectacular view.

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Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra, India

This reserve is comprised of river beds, deep valleys and small grassy meadows, making it suitable for many forms of wildlife and the perfect destination for your next safari. Hop on into an open jeep on the Wildlife Safari Tadoba for a chance to see India’s tigers and other game in the wild.

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Singita Serengeti House, Tanzania

This is an exclusive retreat, built on the Sabi Sand Game Reserve. It is perfect for families looking for adventure and an exclusive safari experience. They have 12 lodges and camps in five wilderness regions across three African countries. Regardless to the lodge you choose, your safari experience will unforgettable.

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Cape Town to Tanzania by Rail & Zanzibar

Travel through four African countries on this luxurious Rovos Rail – South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Tanzania. This 22-day tour is more than just a safari, it’s also an incredible opportunity for sightseeing. Scuba dive and snorkel in the Indian Ocean, take a tour of Victoria Falls, and enjoy a 2-night Big 5 safari in Madikwe Game Reserve.

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Sosian, Kenya

The Sosian Safari Lodge overlooks Mt. Kenya. Each day there is a variety of safari activities to choose from, one of which includes the Sosian Horseback Safari Kenya. There are over 24,000 acres of wilderness to ride through and the scenery is absolutely stunning. For more information on the horseback riding safaris, click here.

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Luxury Kenya Safari, Gorilla Trek, Uganda

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This is a 14-day safari in Kenya that focuses on unique wilderness encounters. Enjoy gorilla trekking in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park and take a balloon ride over the Masai Mara. The scenery is absolutely incredible. 

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Chiawa Camp, Zambia

Located in Lower Zambezi National Park is the spectacular Chiawa Camp. It offers a range of activities including game drives, canoeing, boating, game walks and angling. Their tents offer incredible views over the Zambezi River along with an abundance of wildlife. View lions, leopards, elephants and hippos.

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Tanzania Tarangire, Crater & Serengeti Safari

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Go on night drives in Tarangire, drive through the Ngorongoro Crater and visit Serengeti National Park on this epic safari tour. Don’t pass up the opportunity to experience a walking safari, it offers a completely different view of the landscape than the typical 4X4. View birds, flowers, insects and tracks.

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Zarafa Camp, South Africa

This camp offers fully inclusive wildlife viewing activities. Early morning, late afternoon and early evening game viewing in open 4X4 vehicles are available, along with guided walks and cruises on the Zibadianja Lagoon.

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Luxury Migration, Lake & Crater Safari

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This is a 9-day safari that begins in Kenya’s Masai Mara. It heads to Tanzania for the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara. It the best way to view the ultimate wildebeest migration – make sure you schedule your dates accordingly.

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Gir National Park, India

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This is one of the most renowned wildlife sanctuaries of India. Go on a Jeep Safari in Gir National Park for a once in a lifetime opportunity. Take a ride in the jungle, spot lions in their natural habitat from an open-roof jeep and take tons of pictures. The best times to spot the Lions are at dawn and dusk.

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A Snake Safari, Kenya

Did you know that there are more than 100 snake species in Kenya? If you’re up for it, go on a snake safari through the rocky cliffs, mangroves, forests and riverbeds of Kenya. Take the tour and learn about snakes and their primary role in our ecosystem.

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Jim Corbett National Park, India

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Visitors can book a Jeep Safari or Canter Safari in this incredible national park. View tons of tigers, including the Royal Bengal Tiger and trek on the foothills of the Almora ranges. “Giving shelter to about 600 species of birds, 500 species of flora and numerous varieties of wild animals, Corbett is the best protected and managed national parks in India,” according to Corbett National Park.

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Pantanal Safari, Brazil

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Explore the Pantanal on a Pantanal Safari - go on a Jaguar Safari to the Pantanal; “PJS takes his travelers to the Jaguar Empire of the Pantanal, into the depths of Pantanal in search of this elusive cat along the rivers,” Pantanal Jaguar Safaris says. Capture incredible views of wild cats, Pumas, Ocelots and Jaguars.

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