There is so much to see and do and explore in Africa that it can be hard to know where to begin your journey—but a good place to start if you are planning a trip is with one of the continent’s incredible national parks. In fact, Africa’s breathtaking parks take up quite a bit of space. So what are the biggest parks in Africa? Let’s take a look.
1. Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania: 54,600 square kilometres – Biggest Parks in Africa
Finally, let’s head to Tanzania, where we have the Selous Game Reserve in the southern part of the country. Named for conservationist Sir Frederick Selous, it is among the largest game reserves on the planet. In 1982, the reserve was granted the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
There are no permanent structures inside the reserve.