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Lion Safari

Lions are one of the most magnificent creatures that roam the earth and carry a unique presence that distinguish them from any other animal. Have you ever wanted to immerse yourself into their magical world to figure out why these beasts are known as the kings of the jungle? Do you want to understand their nature and analyze their every move? You can enjoy the pleasure of doing so by going on a lion safari! Depending on your location, your budget and your lifestyle, this site will give you information on the perfect safari to satisfy all your requirements and needs. You can choose from a tour in Canada to a thrilling voyage in Africa, knowing that with whatever expedition you pick, you're sure to have a lifetime of memories and a greater knowledge of these animals!

Choosing your Safaris

Make sure your Safari hosts uses a wide variety of hotels, lodges and tour operators to offer you the most flexibility and value for your vacation dollar. When comparing safaris, be sure to compare accommodations as well. Some tour operators will also give you a choice of product range allowing you to decide how many meals you want included, the type of accommodations you prefer and the type of safari package you prefer etc.

Good safari companies pride themselves in providing excellent customer service. Not only will they happily customize any itinerary for you, they should also guarantee your departure once your advance payment have been received and confirmation of your reservation has been made.

Most Safaris provide you with a welcome team that meets you at the airport upon arrival (and departure). The welcome team helps with luggage, hotel check in procedures, as well answer any questions you may have.

There is simply no destination like Africa. Come visit this enchanting land that so captivated Hemingway and Roosevelt. Africa has a large variety of landscapes, from golden brown grasslands to snow capped mountains. It's graceful herds of animal life are perhaps the most spectacular on earth, the stuff of children's dreams and fairy tales.

Selected Safaris

African Safari Destinations

Botswana - Botswana is a great safari experience. Like Sth Africa 20 years ago.Large herds of elephant and buffalo mingling with lions, tigers, giraffes in a unpopulated wilderness. The scenery is awesome

Egypt - Take a trip back through time as you explore the wonders of ancient Egypt. Begin your journey in Cairo and then spend 4 or 6 days on the mighty Nile River exploring pyramids, temples and wonders of nature.

Kenya - Safari is Swahili for "journey" and it is Kenya where safaris begin. Magnificent national parks and reserves brim with wildlife. Breath taking mountains and lush forests provide awe inspiring photographic opportunities.

Namibia - From its rugged mountains spectacular desert and skeleton coast, Namibia is a land of contrast and diversity. The impressive sand dunes of Sossusvlei are a must see for any visitor.

South Africa - Often referred to as a "World in One Country", South Africa has magnificent scenery, breathtaking coastlines, and one of Africa's most famous wildlife reserves, Kruger National Park.

Tanzania - Ngorongoro Crater, a World Heritage site is one of the most famous archeological sites in the world. Also home to a host of wildlife is the Serengeti National Park, stretching out for over 5100 sq. miles.

Zanzibar - To the coast off Tanzania, the spice Island of Zanzibar is a jewel worth a visit. And possibly the most well known sight of all, is the snow-capped tip of the Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Zimbabwe - If you are looking for adventure, Zimbabwe is the place. It is filled with sights and sound that will entice the traveler to return again and again. White water rafting, canoeing, bungi jumping, walking safaris .. etc.




A passport is required. U.S. citizens are permitted stays up to 90 days without a visa. For additional information on entry requirements, travelers may contact:

Embassy of the Republic of Botswana
1531 - 1533 New Hampshire Ave, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20036
telephone (202) 244-4990/1
fax (202) 244-4164


Permanent Mission of the Republic of Botswana to the United Nations
103 E. 37th St.
New York, NY, telephone
(212) 889-2277
fax (212) 725-5061
There are also honorary consuls in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Houston. Overseas inquiries should be made to the nearest Botswanan Embassy or Consulate.



A passport and visa are required. Travelers can obtain a renewable 30-day tourist visa at any port of entry, except at Taba and Rafah, for a $15 fee, payable in U.S. dollars. Visitors arriving overland and/or those previously experiencing difficulty with their visa status in Egypt must obtain a visa prior to arrival. Military personnel arriving on commercial flights are not exempt from passport and visa requirements. Proof of Yellow Fever immunization is required if arriving from an infected area. Evidence of an AIDS test is required for everyone staying over 30 days. For additional entry requirements, U.S. citizens may contact:

Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt
3521 International Court, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
(202) 895-5400



A passport and visa are required. Visas should be obtained in advance, although airport visas are available. Travelers who opt to obtain an airport visa should expect delays upon arrival. There is a fee for the visa, whether obtained in advance or at the airport. Evidence of yellow fever immunization may be requested.

Travelers may obtain the latest information on visas as well as any additional details regarding entry requirements from:

the Embassy of Kenya
2249 R street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20008
telephone (202) 387-6101

Or the Kenyan Consulates General in Los Angeles and New York City. Persons outside the United States should contact the nearest Kenyan embassy or consulate.



A passport and visa are normally required. Bearers of U.S. passports who plan to visit Namibia for tourism for less than ninety (90) days can obtain visas at the port of entry and do not need visas prior to entering the country. Travelers coming for work, whether paid or voluntary, must obtain their visas prior to entering Namibia. Travelers should obtain the latest information from:

Embassy of Namibia
1605 New Hampshire Avenue NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
telephone (202) 986-0540


the Permanent Mission of Namibia to the U.N.
135 W. 36th St.
New York, NY 10016
telephone (212) 685-2003
fax (212) 685-1561

Overseas inquiries should be made to the nearest Namibian embassy or consulate.



A passport and visa are required for travel to Tanzania. U.S. citizens with valid passports may obtain a visa either before arriving in Tanzania, or at any port of entry staffed by immigration officials. Also, foreigners should be prepared to show their passports when entering or exiting the Islands of Zanzibar. Detailed entry information may be obtained from:

Tanzanian Embassy
2139 R Street NW
Washington, DC 20008
telephone (202) 939-6125


Tanzanian Permanent Mission to the United Nations
205 East 42nd Street, 13th Floor
New York, NY 10017
telephone (212) 972-9160.

Overseas inquiries should be made to the nearest Namibian embassy or consulate.

South Africa


South Africa has tightened its visa requirements for certain categories of visitors. Only visitors on tourism, short business consultations, or in transit do not require visas; others need visas or will be refused admission and returned to their point of origin. Travelers may obtain further information from:

The Embassy of South Africa
3051 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20008
telephone (202) 232-4400

Or the South African Consulates in Los Angeles, Chicago, or New York. Overseas, inquiries should be made at the nearest South African Embassy or Consulate.