Wildlife African Safari Tours
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In the widest sense to go on safari is just to travel. More precisely, a safari is a voyage that entails getting into nature to see wild animals. The origin of the word Safari is from Arabic (Safara) and later it evolved as Safari in the language of Swahili in early 18th century. After the word entered into the language of English in late 1850s, today it is used worldwide in the tourist industry, but is identical to Africa.
You can go on 'safari' in Australia, India, Canada, the United States, and other countries such as Sri Lanka. Of course, there are wilderness areas where you can see wild animals, all over the world. But, none of the wild places outside of Africa has essential safari territories. You can make trips into wilderness areas in anywhere, but you would find real Safaris only in Africa.
In addition, the African safari has earned a new reputation. By large, the safari has evolved into a socially and environmentally responsible style of travel in Africa. Contemporary safaris include much more than the unforgettable experience of game viewing and staying in the bush.
The 21st-century African safari combines wildlife encounters with a variety of exciting travel adventures - from city stays to beach getaways. Further, it provides the traveller with the great opportunities of photographing, enjoying traditional music and dances, tasting local delicious food, relaxing in a new environment, learning the local cultures, supporting local communities etc.