Your “once in a lifetime” Safari experience will begin at Tarangire National Park where you will see and photograph large herds of elephants, giraffes, gazelles, playful warthogs, and leopards all under the shadow of iconic baobab trees.
Continuing along the African trail, our next stop is the Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest inactive, and unfilled volcanic caldera. Here you will experience herds of Cape buffalo lounging in cool mud pools, hippos, and rhinos, as well as majestic lion prides playing and sleeping under the ever watchful eyes of thousands of wildebeest, zebras and other grazers. Next we visit the Serengeti Plains, where you will experience the adventure and freedom of off road game drives here, you will capture images and experience the adrenaline rush, and thrill of the chase as you watch focused cheetahs on the hunt, or see spectacularly marked leopards lounging lazily on the low branches of beautiful Acacia trees.
Throughout your trip, there will be many opportunities to view and photograph a wide variety of birds. You will see brightly colored Bee-eaters, beautiful Rollers, Lovebirds, Gray-crowned cranes, and a variety of vulture and raptor species, just to name a few.
This trip has been timed to coincides with the annual wildebeest migration. This provides you with many unique photographic opportunities to capture the life and death struggles that occur daily on these beautiful African plains.
In Tanzania, we will stay at various lodges that we have hand-picked with you and your needs in mind. Your comfort is very important to us! While there, we will experience the traditional music and dances of Africa, as well as experience the rich flavors and varieties of food prepared for us daily by very talented local chefs.
As if the African wildlife wasn’t enough, we will also get to experience a taste of real African culture when we visit a nearby Maasai village. Here we will meet and interact with the Maasai and get a first person glimpse into their daily life as well as their deep rooted cultural traditions of these magnificent warriors.
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