Here you will find trip report lists with links to the safari reviews that are summarised on the African Safari Journals website for each specific Africa country and national park or game reserve so that you can view the full versions.
Many of the travel reviews on the African Safari Journals website are telephonic interviews that I have conducted with each traveller to learn more about their African safari experience so those are complete vacation reviews (I make those links available below too).
But for some I have created summaries of the full trip reports that I have come across and read elsewhere on the web and I make those complete versions available to you here in the form of lists for each African country.
You can learn a lot about a safari destination from these past safari travel reports such as the quality of the wildlife spotting, the standard of the accommodation, what the food was like, what to take with and a thousand other tips and recommendations that only someone who has already been on safari will be able to share with you (I've read thousands over the years in the creation of this website).
So take a moment to request the list for the safari country that interest you, or more than one if you want. All the links are in working order when I add them to the list but over time some might stop functioning due to a website that drops off the net or a page move, so if you find one like that please let me know and I will remove it. I try my utmost to keep them all current.
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Simply fill in your name and e-mail address below and the trip review list for that particular African safari destination (request more than one country if you want) will be e-mailed to you within seconds...
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|KENYA SAFARI - full version trip report list / view the summaries|
The king of all safari destinations, Kenya provides ample opportunity to see amazing amounts of wildlife in a number of national parks and game reserves and the chance to learn more about the culture of the indigenous people.
Complete Kenya trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)» Rosemarie Lamb, England - Sunworld Safaris Review
» Babette de Jonge, The Netherlands - Masai Mara with Sunworld Safaris
» Mary Harper, England - Ontdek Kenya review
» Perviz De Souza, UAE - Phoenix Safaris review
» Gerald Williams, USA - Governors Camp insights
» Tom Dew, England - Kenya walking safari
» K.C. Rautiainen, Canada - safari in East Africa
» Connie Ebright, USA - luxury safari
» Laurel Byrne, UK - Kenya safari holiday
» Ruth Osbourne, UK - East Africa safari
» Jariya Rasaputra - Masai Mara National Park
» Dave McKelvie - Naivasha
» Deborah Bruce-Duncan, Italy/USA - Wildtrek Safaris review
» Bryan Pereira, Canada - Kenya Wildlife Trails review
» Sandra Glover, USA - Hoopoe Safaris review
» John, CA, USA - Kenya wildlife safari
» Shaun Keenan, UK - four days in Tsavo West
» David Gardener, UK - Tsavo Lions
» Steve Roberts, Wales - Tsavo National Park
» Katrien Vanneste, Belgium - Kibo Camp experience
» Jacobus Van Spijk, The Netherlands - Kenyan Lodge safari review Willbell Tours
» Alan Lloyd, Denmark Sirimon Route - climb report
» Charles Edmeades, South Africa - Mt Kenya Kamweti Route
» Itzik Polad, Israel - Climbing Mt Kenya
» Carola - Mt Kenya altitude climb
» Andrew Henwood, South Africa - Mt Kenya with Saki Treks review
» Kristofer, Poland - Mt Kenya expedition
|TANZANIA SAFARI - full version travel reports / view the summaries|
One of the most popular safari areas in Africa, Tanzania offers a wide variety of parks to experience wildlife trips in: the open savanna of the famous Serengeti, the unique Eden that is the Ngorongoro Crater, herds of elephant in Tarangire, the unexplored south and the paradise island of Zanzibar.
Complete Tanzania trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)» Ted Hagen, USA - Serengeti safari
» Marie-Louise Buergi, Switzerland - Utalii Safaris review
» Hector and Alicia, Spain - dramatic Serengeti safari
» Sonia Cervell?, Spain - migration safari report
» Susan Mays, USA - Serengeti lion battles hyena
» Susan Mays, USA - Northern circuit adventure
» Arik Kershenbaum, Israel - Tanzania camping safari in July
» Anssi Rantamaa, Canada - Tanzania camping
» Yionna Pavlides, Australia - Tanzania holidays
» Nick Rienstra, Australia - Serengeti review
» Marie Brayman, USA - Safari in Tanzania
» Pat Eacho, USA - Private safari
» Barbara Murray, USA - Travel Namibia and Tanzania
» Bas and Marianne Smouter, the Netherlands - Flash Safaris and Photography
» Ezra Joseph Janssens, The Netherlands - Tanzania dream safari
» Judy Milner, New Zealand - Tanzania with Unique Expeditions
» Peggy Brydie, USA - wildlife safari in Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro
» Sonja, Canada - Kenya Tanzania safari incl. Lake Eyasi
» Kathy Adams, USA - Tarangire
» Jill Hudgens, USA - First safari experience
» Jan van Drooge, Netherlands - Flash Safaris review
» Juanita Monette, USA - Lions mating in the Ngorongoro Crater: Overseas Adventure Travel review
» Mike & Karen Dullen, USA - private Tanzania safari
» Daryl Lawrence, South Africa - Safari adventure
» Joel Otte, New Zealand - Thorough planning is key
» K.C. Rautiainen, Canada - People of Africa
» Gemma Mitchell, England - Selous safari review
» Yionna Pavlides, Australia - Tanzania travel
» Kim Kelly, TX, USA - Off the beaten track in Selous, Ruaha and Zambia
» Cat de Jonge, UK - Ruaha & Selous with Utalii Travel & Safaris Ltd
|SOUTH AFRICA SAFARI - full trip reports list / view the summaries|
The variety and diversity of wildlife that you can experience in South Africa is unequaled anywhere else on the African continent. Couple this with an excellent infrastructure in terms of roads and accommodation and you have an amazing safari destination.
Complete South Africa trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
» Jean Pierre Vanderschueren, Belgium - Third safari with the same operator *New!
|UGANDA SAFARI - full version travel reports list / view the summaries|
Uganda is of course one of the best places in Africa to experience mountain gorillas up close and personal in their natural forest habitat but you will also find tree climbing lions, chimpanzees, and an amazing Nile waterfall in this great safari country.
Complete Uganda trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)» Peter, UK - World Primate Safaris review
» Dan Zimmerman - gorilla trek with Great Lakes Safaris
» K.C. Rautiainen, Canada - safari in East Africa: gorillas, chimps and more
» Leanne Clarke, USA - mountain gorilla
|RWANDA SAFARI - full version travel reports list / view summaries|
Rwanda is a beautiful and small landlocked country, one of the last places where you can visit habituated mountain gorillas and gain the kind of memory that lasts a lifetime. There are many more primate species to view in Rwanda, as well as other safari animals.
Complete Rwanda trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)» Sonja, Canada - Rwanda gorilla safari
» Philip Joseph, USA - Volcanoes gorilla safari *New!
|KILIMANJARO CLIMB - full trip reports list / view the summaries|
Mt Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the world ... no wonder climbing it is such a popular expedition. There are various routes to the top and although climbers should prepare properly and be reasonably fit, no specialist equipment is required.
Complete Kilimanjaro trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
» John Hansen, USA - SENE review (Machame route)
|BOTSWANA SAFARI - full trip reports list / view the summaries|
Botswana is one of those safari destinations where it's still possible to watch wildlife without a mob of other safari vehicles turning up at the same time but you will have to pay a little extra for the priviledge especially in the Okavango Delta.
Complete Botswana trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
» Connie Ebright, USA - Sandibe Safari Lodge review
|NAMIBIA SAFARI - full trip reports list / view the summaries|
The wide open spaces don't come much wider than in Namibia as this is one of the most sparsely populated countries in Africa. This is the ideal destination for a safari away from the maddening crowds with excellent wildlife spotting areas like the Etosha National Park.
Complete Namibia trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
|ZAMBIA SAFARI - full trip reports list / view the summaries|
Zambia is often described as the "real" Africa, largely because it is still undiscovered. Good news if you don't like crowds. The country is home to the second-largest wildebeest migration on the continent, and the home of the walking safari.
Complete Zambia trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
» Annemieke Spaan, The Netherlands - Cha Luangwa Safaris review
|ZIMBABWE SAFARI - full trip reports list / view the summaries|
Despite the current political situation, Zimbabwe is still a fantastic safari destination with a wide wildlife variety in the large Hwange National Park, the natural wonder of Victoria Falls, the opportunity to walk with lions plus many other adventure activities.
Complete Zimbabwe trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
» Bruce Whittaker, South Africa - Victoria Falls Tour
|MADAGASCAR SAFARI - full trip reports list / view the summaries|
Madagascar is a truly unique and diverse holiday and nature destination. The island is a biological gem: 80% of its plant species and many of the animals found there, the most well known of which are the entire group of lemurs, are endemic.
Complete Madagascar trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
|SWAZILAND - full trip report list / view the summaries|
Swaziland is very small but punches above its weight when it comes to safari experiences due to the four game reserves found there. And the local people are extremely friendly and welcoming to tourists from all corners of the globe.
Complete Swaziland trip reports on this website (listed by traveler name)
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