Crossing Lake Ndutu

Good evening from Tanzania. My name is Ally Dhulkfil and I am a guide with Africa Dream Safaris. I have posted some pictures below from my most recent safari beginning on February 5, 2013 and ending on February 12, 2013.  My guests and I enjoyed 7 nights together visiting several different areas of the Northern Tanzania safari circuit with 2 nights in the Central Serengeti, 2 nights in the South Serengeti, 2 nights on the rim of the Ngorongro Crater and our last night above Lake Manyara.  One of the highlights was watching some of the wildebeest cross Lake Ndutu in the South Serengeti and a playful pride of lions (also near Ndutu).

By Ally Dhulkfil
ADS Driver-Guide
February 12, 2013

2 Responses to Crossing Lake Ndutu

  1. Sue P says:

    Hi Ally,

    Just saw this post. So nice to hear from you. Gail and I had this most amazing trip. We thank you so much for the journey of a life time. We miss you very much. We have been telling all our frineds and family, the can’t get over the pictures and the stories. I have prepared a flash drive with many amazing pictures and video of the “lions/buffalo kill” along with so many other gems for you. Sent off to Sharon to forward your way. Also, I posted about 150 of the 3000 pics on this link. Check it out.

    Really amazing photo’s of the Lake Ndutu migration crossing.

    With love from,
    Sue and Gail

  2. Gail Barton says:

    Hi Ally,

    All I can add to Sue’s post is that it truly was the trip of a lifetime. The animals were amzing and I truly loved the beauty of the Serengeti. You were a wonderful guide. Your enthusiasm never wavered and you were always on the “prowl” for us We never knew from moment to moment what we would chance upon. I only hope that Se & I have another opportunity to come back and have you be our guide again.

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