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Winter Safari holidays in the African continent

Winter Safari holidays in the African continent

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You will ask yourself when is the best time of the year to make a safari holidays, each time of the year is fabulous, the days, the nights are different, There is not a day that is the same or repeated in these wonderful places.

The best countries to make a safari holidays are the classics of Kenya and Tanzania, in the east of the African continent. The number of companies that do tours there is huge and the possibilities are unimaginable.

Any time can be good to go on safari. Vacations, there are only better and worse moments. It is generally common in the different African countries that the dry season is usually the best for a safari, to Kenya millions of animals migrate annually, the wildebeest from the Serengeti and other Tanzanian parks. It is an exceptional time to travel to this country, although being in full European and North American holidays the season becomes high and, therefore, we have higher costs and less availability of accommodation and excursions. It is the price to pay to witness one of the great shows of nature.

The winter dry season occurs approximately between May and October. During this period, the savannah is more clear and provides greater visibility. The pastures are low, the trees and shrubs have lost most of their leaves and, due to the absence of rain, the animals congregate around the permanent water sources. Therefore, the troughs, dams, and rivers become hotbeds of activity, giving visitors the opportunity to witness the fascinating interaction that unfolds on its shores, making the safari holidays an unforgettable adventure.

Being winter does not mean that it is cold all day, but that the temperature is warm, pulling hot during the hours of light and freezing during the night.

The temperature during the day is nice, but the nights and the mornings can get quite cold. These parts of the day coincide with the safari holidays schedules, so it is necessary to keep warm before leaving, although a good jacket is usually enough. Low temperatures also mean that the risk of malaria is at its lowest point.

Whatever season you decide to take, a safari holidays will never disappoint. At the end of the day, one season is not better than another. When deciding which the best time is, all you have to do is ask yourself what you hope to gain from your experience.

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