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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > October-December 2018 (84) > Parks and reserves

Parks and reserves

It’s no easy task picking ‘eight greats’ from Africa’s inestimable line-up of national parks and reserves. If you’re a first-time visitor, however, or simply want to have the best possible chance of experiencing copious and diverse wildlife, these are the places to go

1 Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

WHY As well as hosting the Great Migration, the Mara is famous for its big cats — the BBC’s Big Cat Diary was filmed here — and you’d be unlucky not to see lion and cheetah.

HOW Based at one of the numerous camps in the reserve or neighbouring conservancies, activities include game drives, hot-air ballooning and walking safaris accompanied by local Maasai guides.

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