Afro Wild life Safari

100% private, there’s never a need to compromise: the itinerary, pace, schedule are all up to you.

Work directly with an experienced local safari guide to design your perfect tour, and get to know the person who will be accompanying you in your search for the Big Five. The guides on Afro Wild life Safari  offer safaris in all the major national parks and reserves throughout Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Uganda, Nairobi, Botswana and more.

Whether your goal is to see baby elephants in the Masai Mara, a leopard stalking its prey in the Serengeti, or an early morning herd of giraffes in the shadow of Kilimanjaro, a local guide is ready to help you create the ultimate African safari.

Serengeti National Park Private Tours

Witness the world’s most incredible wildlife at Serengeti National Park where you will enjoy a truly life-changing experience. Explore 14,763 square kilometres of wilderness and be immersed in nature with a local private guide from Afro Wild life Safari.

Home to the ‘Big Five’ of buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion and rhino to see these majestic animals in the wild is a spectacular sight. Rhinos, however, are a rare sight as they roam the northern part of the park.

The magic of The Great Migration is an absolute must where over 1.5million wildebeest start their journey from the south and head north.

Over 500 species of bird inhabit these lands and those with a keen-eye may be lucky to spot Secretary bird, Kori bustard and Martial eagle to name but a few.

Ngorongoro Crater Private Tours

One of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders, Ngorongoro Crater is the largest volcanic caldera on earth. Found within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) in Northern Tanzania, there’s no better way to explore this wonder than with a private guide from Afro Wild life Safari.
A geological marvel it is affectionately known as the “Eden of Africa” and holds the status as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The one-time volcano is said to have been as big Mt Kilimanjaro before it erupted.
The area sits south-east of Serengeti National Park where you may catch a glimpse of the ‘Big Five’; lions, elephants, leopards and buffaloes although there are no guarantees.
Within Ngorongoro Crater you’ll find Lake Magadi with its azure blue waters where you can take in the beauty of the landscape and the flamingos among other wildlife in the area.
Your Afro wild safaris guide is happy to make changes so it is the ultimate tailored experience ensuring you have an amazing time.

Mount Kilimanjaro Private Tours

Nothing will quite prepare you for the awe-inspiring sight that is Mount Kilimanjaro – the world’s largest free-standing mountain. As you ascend discover its natural beauty and varied ecological system with a passionate private guide from Afro wild safari.

Towering above the African plains at a cool 19,340 feet its volcanic cones of Mawenzi and Shira are extinct but Kibo is dormant so could erupt again. Though its last major eruption was 360,000 years ago…

Stand where Ludwig Purtscheller stood, who was the first person to conquer Mount Kilimanjaro in 1889, in what will be a true memory of a lifetime.

On the popular “Whiskey” route you’ll trek through the rainforest and may even spot wildlife including the malachite sunbird.

Your Afro Wild life Safari guide is happy to make changes so it is the ultimate tailored experience ensuring you have an amazing time.

Meru National Park Private Tours

Get safely up close to a stunning array of wildlife on a private Meru National Park tour with an expert local guide.

In the heart of Kenya lies a very special national park: Meru. Stretching over an expansive 340 sq mi you will find an abundance of African wildlife, perfect for travelers hoping to see “the Big Five” and Africa’s other striking animals.

Founded in 1966 its unspoiled landscape is vast and varied with dense bush, acacia woodland and, of course, wildlife. From roaming cheetah to Grevy’s zebra and giraffe, the park is also renowned for its thriving rhino sanctuary. Meru Park was made famous by Joy Adamson’s biographical book and movie “Born Free” starring Elsa the lioness.

See Elsa’s descendants, and where the Adamsons lived and worked as part of your private Meru National Park tour in the heart of Kenya.

Masai Mara Private Tours

Kenya’s Masai Mara is considered the country’s finest wildlife reserve. Everything about this enormous park is outstanding, from its abundance of African wildlife to the rolling grassland and gentle climate that make it easy to watch magnificent creatures in the wild. Take a private Masai Mara tour and spot the “Big Five” and so much more with a friendly and knowledgeable local guide.

The cycle of life and death, and the relationship between predator and prey are eternally on display here in Kenya’s Masai Mara. The months of July, August and September are particularly special. This is the time of year when the great wildebeest migration takes place; words can’t describe the feeling of witnessing the spectacle of half a million wildebeests making their way to the reserve’s fertile grazing ground.

Your guide is excited to show you the Mara, along with Kenya’s other great parks – the Ngorongo Crater, Lake Nakuru, Sambaru Game Reserve – on your private Masai Mara tour.

Mikumi is Tanzania’s fourth-largest national park.

It’s also the most accessible from Dar es Salaam. With almost guaranteed wildlife sightings, it makes an ideal safari destination for those without much time.

Mikumi Park Map, Click to Expand

Since the completion of the paved road connecting the park gate with Dar es Salaam, Mikumi National Park has been slated to become a hotspot for tourism in Tanzania. Located between the Uluguru Mountains and the Lumango range, Mikumi is the fourth largest national park in Tanzania and only a few hours drive from Tanzania’s largest city. The park has a wide variety of wildlife that can be easy spotted and also well acclimatized to game viewing. Its proximity to Dar es Salaam and the amount of wildlife that live within its borders makes Mikumi National Park a popular option for weekend visitors from the city, or for business visitors who don’t have to spend a long time on an extended safari itinerary.

Most visitors come to Mikumi National Park aiming to spot the ‘Big Five’ (cheetah, lion, elephant, buffalo, and rhino), and they are always not disappointed. Hippo pools provide close access to the mud-loving beasts, and bird-watching along the waterways is particularly rewarding. Mikumi National Park borders the Selous Game Reserve and Udzungwa National Park, and the three locations make a varied and pleasant safari circuit.

The Selous Game Reserve

is the largest protected game reserve on the African continent covering an area of 54,600 square kilometers comprised of a vast wilderness with forests, grassy plains, mountains and open woodlands. This reserve was named after Frederick Selous Courtney who was a great Hunter and explorer. Selous Safari Holidays are highly recommended as in size this reserve is twice the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and three times Kruger National Park in South Africa. This reserve was established in 1922, and in 1982 it was declared a UNESCO world heritage site thanks to its rich diversity of wildlife and uninterrupted nature.
The Tanzanian national park authority (TANAPA) in 2019 proposed and declared a change of identity of the northern sector of this reserve such that it is known as The Nyerere National Park as a way of honoring President Julius Nyerere who was the first president of Tanzania. Today the boundaries of this Nyerere National Park are being properly established but according to sources it is believed that this park will encompass the photographic sector in the northern part of the reserve and stretch out all the way to the wilderness area of River Rufiji to the south. See how much a