Zambia Bat Migration – African Travel, Inc.
Halloween can be a scary experience for many people with eerie tales of ghosts, demons and goblins.
Bats have long been associated with Halloween. How about an unforgettable experience viewing literally millions of bats? Well you can in the Kasanka National Park of Zambia, Africa.
Each year between October and December, around eight million fruit bats fill the skies of Zambia as arrive from the Congo to feed on the wild musuku fruits in Kasanka National Park.
Africa has long been a desired destination for all the incredible array of wildlife. Africa offers so much, such as the great migration in the Serengeti, tracking mountain gorillas in Parc National des Volcans in Rwanda, gliding silently along the Zambezi River viewing wildlife from a canoe, learning desert survival skills from a bushman in the Kalahari in Botswana or sipping champagne while watching the sun descend into the Atlantic from a private balcony in Cape Town.
This amazing annual bat spectacle event has been called the world’s largest mammal migration. The fruit bats arrive every year in massive numbers looking to settle in the Zambian fruit trees and cover the tree trunks like a thick blanket.
But once the sun sets, it’s time to take flight. The fruit bats fill the skies to go forage.
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So it doesn’t matter if you want to experience bats in Zambia, wine tasting in Cape Town, hot air ballooning in Namibia, snorkeling in Mozambique, or a special family safari to amazing Kenya where you can feed the giraffes, African Travel, Inc. will help you create your ultimate dream vacation.
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