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Do you want to spend your vacation in a safari tent? We have great offers for you, destinations all over Europe, where you will be able to enjoy nature, animals and a full time with family, spouse or friends. Take a look at our last minute offers for a safari tent and enjoy a real and adventurous experience! You will shake off the gray everyday life and you will be saturated with positive emotions!

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Last minute safaritent

Do you want to spend your vacation in a safari tent? We have great offers for you, destinations all over Europe, where you will be able to enjoy nature, animals and a full time with family, spouse or friends. Take a look at our last minute offers for a safari tent and enjoy a real and adventurous experience! You will shake off the gray everyday life and you will be saturated with positive emotions!

The nature of Europe is characterized by great diversity and richness of the organic world. The southern part of this continent is the center of the origin and further spread of many ancient cultures. It is here, from the earliest periods of history, that man has had a significant influence on the nature around him. The formation of natural areas in Europe was characterized by some difficulties related to the geographical features of the continent.

Vegetation world

Were it not for active human intervention, almost all of Europe would be covered with dense forest. Today, however, there are almost no areas untouched by humans on its territory. The area of ​​distribution of deciduous forests on the continent resembles a triangle in shape. They stretch across the Atlantic coast. Closer to the east, they give way to mixed forests. European tree species are represented mainly by beech and oak, a little less often linden and hornbeam. The flora of Europe also cannot be imagined without alpine shrubs and alpine meadows.

Animal world

On the territory of this densely populated continent, animals must constantly fight against people and industry spreading in their habitats. Despite such harsh conditions, Europe's fauna is very diverse and rich. In the north the most common: polar rabbit, polar bears, seals, arctic fox, walruses, reindeer and many others.

In the Arctic Circle, many species of seabirds nest on sheer cliffs, especially cones and puffins. Closer to the south, in the very center of the continent, where the climate is much milder, spruce and deciduous forests are common. These auspicious habitats serve as permanent habitats for bears, owls, deer, wolves, wild boars and many more.

Colmarden, Sweden

Amazing adventures await you in the largest zoo in Scandinavia, and the most fascinating of them is a safari walk - from the windows of the tour bus or from your own car you can observe wild animals living in conditions close to nature. Along the way you will come across lions and bears, ostriches and giraffes, wolves and zebras. And not all of these animals are locked up behind bars. The bravest visitors can even spend the night in the savannah in a South African tent. The zoo has dolphins famous for their performances, an adventure city with attractions, a country yard where you can not only watch the animals, but also pet them.

Serengeti Park, Hodenhagen

Situated on more than 120 hectares, Europe's largest safari park is home to more than 1,500 wild and exotic animals from around the world living in their natural habitats. At the heart of the wildlife conservation philosophy and sustainability, the park is divided into four themed lands, each offering unique and exciting experiences for the whole family. You can witness the pride of the line, herds of wildebeest and deer, as well as rhinos, giraffes, tigers, bears and ostriches as you drive through the park. In addition to offering one of the best safaris in Germany, the Serengeti Park also has the largest zoo in Europe with 200 animals, along with a children's favorite world and a fun theme park with more than 40 exciting walks.

ZOOM, The world of adventure, Gelsenkirchen

Tucked away in the Ruhr area is one of the coolest safaris in Germany, taking you on a world-wide adventure spanning continents from Alaska to Africa and Asia. Get ready to discover an exciting world of exotic animals as you travel through the four themed areas with animals from distant lands in their natural habitats. While the Alaska area takes you through hills, lakes and a gushing waterfall to the land of polar bears, owls, sea lions and lynxes, the African safari promises a meeting with lions, baboons, rhinos and flamingos. Children will fall in love with the Grimberger Hof's lounge area, as well as the Dragonworld indoor playground.

Port Lympne Reserve, England

Port Lympne is a conservation charity in Kent dedicated to wildlife conservation with a clear mission: a commitment to conservation. In Port Lympne, visitors can explore over 600 acres of park and wildlife, featuring exotic and endangered animals, all of which have been rescued to protect the future of the species. A true safari experience, all the animals in Port Lympne are in a "wild" environment, instead of looking at areas or cages, giving them the best possible life before being reintroduced into the wild. Port Lympne also offers a number of brilliant experiences, including animal encounters, private safaris and shopping days.

Temperature, precipitation and wind in Europe

Temperatures vary in latitude and altitude. In winter, temperatures decrease from south to north, because with increasing latitude decreases the amount of solar heat received. In addition, in winter temperatures drop from west to east since it gradually weakens the influence of ocean air masses, and the influence of continental increases. The highest temperatures were measured on the Iberian Peninsula(48°C), and the lowest - in Northeastern Europe(-52°C).

The annual rainfall on the continent also varies from the west to the east. As you move away from the Atlantic Ocean, rainfall gradually decreases. In the Atlantic regions, the annual rainfall is about 1000 - 2000mm, and in the Eastern European plain - about 300 - 50mm. The largest amount of precipitation was measured in Tsarkvice station - 5317mm. It is located in the Dinaric Mountains, on the western slopes, which meet the humid air masses of the Mediterranean. The lowest precipitation was measured in the Caspian lowlands - 160mm.

The prevailing winds in Europe are westerly and southwesterly, which carry moist air from the Atlantic Ocean throughout the year. Northeast winds are very cold and affect mainly in winter.