It seems like for most of us, nature is second priority. Our choices are dominated by options that most focus on mortar and concrete walls, technologies that make our activities more comfortable and other modes of life that offer much of the same thing.
Well, good thing there are still wildlife and nature reserves that may once in a while take us from the contemporary life we are living.
Most travelers, nature and wildlife lovers, researchers and hobbyists seek solace in the features that African safaris may offer. In there, life is more realistic, death on the other hand is a part of living. (We have strangely forgotten that in our city lifestyle, we only work, work, work and work more. Everyday. Every, single day of our lives, we believe that by working we live.)
In Africa, with the exchange of life and death among the animals and their environment and the dance of existence between the components of nature, death and living are two closely intertwined practical elements that make nature more proportionate.
African lion safari is one of such element. Lions are included in the big five constituents of the wild along with the revered buffalo, leopard, rhinoceros and the mighty elephant. Nature aside, game is the central attraction in the wilderness of Africa. By merely watching the prey being hunted by the merciless lions, that would mean witnessing how nature maintains its equilibrium. Which itself is a very intricate and delicate process.
Apparently, African lion safaris seem to be the passport for total adventure. They offer travelers the prospect of seeing wild animals interplay with the ecosystems. Majestic animals that constitute the circle of life. You may catch glimpses of how wide range of animals, of birds and of living species compete for survival. You may either do this while riding an open safari vehicle or through other means of voyaging the safaris.
To say the obvious, African lion safaris are found in their natural habitats which include areas such as South Africa, Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, and Namibia. Meanwhile, most national parks offer sights of African lion safaris. These parks include world revered spots like the Kruger National Park, Chobe National Park, Pilanesburg National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Masai Mara National Reserve, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Samburu National Reserve and Lake Manyara National Park to mention some of hundreds of others.
Truly, the role lions play in the savannas, forests, wildlife and safaris are not only wonderful to witness but also a noble contribution to the workings of life and nature.