African Safari top destinations

African Safari top destinations

Welcome to African Safari top destinations by Eagles Rock!.

In this article you are going to learn where to go on your African safari, what animals you'll see, the best time to go, accommodations, the best luxury packages, insiders tips and so much more.



Tanzania is located in East Africa and perhaps most notoriously known for the Serengeti, the home of the Great Wildebeest Migration that is Africa's largest movement of animals where each year more than two million animals go in search of greener grazing pastures by following the seasonal rains in a circular pattern throughout the Serengeti. The best time for game viewing is from July to October in the dry season or between January and February in the calving season, where more than 400,000 animals are born. Tanzania offers a wide variety of accommodation with four star luxury and five-star luxury. Accommodation is either in a luxury Lodge or a tented Safari, with a tented Safari you will go to the migration so you can be assured of an excellent great migration wildlife safari experience.

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Victoria Falls is located in southern Africa on the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe and is home of the world's largest waterfall. The mighty Zambezi River powers this UNESCO world heritage site and year-round African safari destination.

The best way to view the Falls is from a heli tour from up above, not only is the view of the Victoria Falls from above a spectacular sight, you'll be able to see the many inlets and tributaries surrounding the Falls. The ideal period to visit the Falls are between June to August where you can enjoy Devil's pool and superb wildlife viewing or between February and May after the summer rains where the Falls are at its most powerful peak Victoria Falls are more than just a waterfall destination. You'll be able to enjoy wildlife safaris in the neighbouring Chobe and Hwange National Parks.

The Victoria Falls offers activities for the whole family from zip lining, white water rafting, bungee jumping, canopy tours and even the popular game drives at night and a variety of four and five star accommodations.

The average stay at Victoria Falls is two to three nights. Accommodations in Victoria Falls are on a fully inclusive basis or a bed-and-breakfast basis; they are available at the heart of the falls or further up the river where you can enjoy a more tranquil remote luxurious experience.




Cape Town is located on the southern tip of Africa where the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans meet; it is frequently voted the number one city in the world for tourists to visit and the iconic Table Mountain forms the backdrop to what is known as the Mother City.

Cape Town is frequently the number one stop on your African safari. The best time to visit Cape Town is between March and May, you'll experience the best weather and no rain. June to November offers great winter specials and some of the best whale watching anywhere on earth. Cape Town boasts spectacular beaches, scenery, wineries and ocean adventures. There is an abundance of accommodation in Cape Town with four stars luxury starting and five-stars. The city boasts a wide variety of attractions and activities with privately guided tours ( the best way to visit it ). The Cape is also known as the culinary capital of Africa with several of the world's leading top 50 rated restaurants found here.

A stay in the surrounding Cape Winelands for one to two nights is an absolute must where you can be forgiven for thinking you've escaped to the South of France.

Eagles Rock offer a special Culinary Itinerary focused on wildlife, wine and dine.




Botswana is located to the north of South Africa between Namibia and Zimbabwe. Botswana is considered by many to be the premier destination for a remote luxury African safari. The best time to visit Botswana for your African safari is from May to September during the dry season where temperatures are moderate or June to October when the Okavango Delta floods and unique experiences like mokoro safaris are available in addition to the big five and large elephant herd. Botswana is the premiere destination to see big cats. If you want to see cheetah, lion and leopard then Botswana is the perfect destination for your African safari. When it comes to luxurious picture-perfect African safari destinations it's tough to beat Botswana. Luxury four-star and luxury five-stars are available and all prices usually are fully inclusive of all meals and local drinks as well as two privately guided safaris per day. If you're looking for a picture-perfect luxury African safari destination, consider the Okavango delta with its great many lodges sprinkled along the banks of the rivers and waterways, where animals come to quench their thirst from the daily Sun, with unique safari experiences like the mokoro safari, you'll get to navigate the banks of the Delta in a traditional dugout canoe. This UNESCO world heritage site will create memories to last a lifetime.




The Kruger Park is located in the northeast of South Africa on the border of Mozambique and is Africa's most popular safari destination. If you want to see the big five on your African safari then the Kruger Park is perfect for you; it's home to Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo and Rhino. In addition to the Big Five, the Kruger Park is home to more than 140 large mammal species and more than 500 bird species, more than any destination in Africa. The best time to visit the Kruger Park is from July to October during the back end of winter. The bush is less dense and the temperatures are cooler which means the animals are more active during the day and you can see them better through the vegetation. The experienced guides of the Kruger Park will help you spot your favourite animals on your wildlife safari. The Kruger Park boasts a wide variety of luxury lodges for you to choose from. 

Accommodations comes fully inclusive of all meals and local drinks as well as two daily game drives in a private 4x4 open top vehicle, with a private guide and tracker to help you find your favourite animals in the bush. The luxuriously appointed lodges of the Kruger Park are ideally situated to attract local wildlife. What sets the Kruger Park apart from the other destinations in Africa is the overall experience. The Kruger Park offers the best blend of hospitality, cuisine, experienced guides, luxury settings, abundance of wildlife and fantastic value for money on the African continent, and therefore it's the number one Safari destination. The most popular African safari package is a combination of Cape Town for two to three nights with a night in Franschhoek, the Kruger Park for three to four nights and Victoria Falls for two nights. If you have any further questions or special requests or special occasions we'd love to hear from you. Let us know  where you would like to go on your ideal African safari. We look forward to hearing from you and designing the safari of your dreams!