Explore Africa's Wildlife

Find out information on the wildlife of Africa. See how many species occur in each country, how many endemics and most importantly find accommodations where you can see the species you are interested in and tour companies that can take you there.

Destinations

Botswana

Botswana This landlocked country offers one of the last true wildernesses in Africa with one fifth given over to national parks and reserves that support

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia Ethiopia is blessed incredible scenery and some amazing wildlife that you’ll find nowhere else in the world. For the birdwatcher there are some 873 species

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Zambia

Zambia Zambia is a landlocked country in Southern-Central Africa and its neighbours are the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the north, Tanzania to the

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Namibia

Namibia This wild and spectacular country with its towering sand dunes, deep canyons, high mountains, shimmering desert and dry bush, has all the ingredients for

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Kenya

Kenya Kenya has long been the epitome of where to go for an African Safari and the country has benefited from mass tourism to its

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Shoebill (Balaeniceps rex)

Uganda

Uganda This Central African country is now at the forefront of wildlife tourism and is the best place to see the incredible Mountain Gorilla along

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The Gambia

The Gambia The Gambia,  officially known as the Republic of The Gambia is the smallest country within mainland Africa, and is surrounded on three sides

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Morocco

Morocco This small elongated coastal country in North West Africa, has such a diverse and interesting range of habitats which is reflected by the huge

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South Africa

South Africa South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent, with over 59 million people mostly confirned to the large

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Madagascar

Madagascar This island continent in the Indian Ocean is around 400km (250 miles) off the coast of East Africa, and at over 1600km from north

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