Help Safeguard Our Heritage For Future Generations.
As home to arguably the most captivating and recognizable collection of wildlife on the planet, including elephants, lions, cheetahs and gorillas, it is no wonder that many tourists seek Africa as a place to get closer to nature.
Africa’s wildlife and conservation is vital for the planet’s ecological health, the well-being of local communities, the global economy, scientific knowledge, and our moral responsibility to protect and preserve the natural world.
Efforts to conserve African wildlife are essential for the benefit of current and future generations.
National Parks Africa was established with a mission to champion the importance of National Parks and stimulate tourism across the continent. Today, our National Parks serve as invaluable public assets, providing opportunities for recreation, education, research, and the safeguarding of imperiled landscapes, natural habitats, and species.
In Africa, there are two main safari regions: East Africa and Southern Africa. However, as times have changed, the safari landscape has evolved to offer an extensive variety of safari options, each providing increasingly unique and customizable ways to interact with nature and savor the wonders of the African wilderness. To inspire your next adventure, we’ve compiled a selection of the most popular safari types to consider.