By David Chando – A Collection Of Photos From My Recent Safari
I have just finished my most recent safari with Tom and Lana D., my guests from Illinois, USA. This was their 2nd safari to Tanzania having traveled previously with ADS back in August 2008. I think they really enjoyed seeing the Serengeti during the green season and comparing it with their previous dry season experience. As you can see from the first picture included here, the Serengeti plains are currently green and filled with immense herds of the migratory herbivores (wildebeest, zebra and gazelle) and also many carnivores.
These repeater clients arrived here 09th April and then landed at the Seronera airstrip the next morning of 10th April where I met them. It was a very nice itinerary for the repeat guests with 4 nights in the Central Serengeti at Mbuzi Mawe Lodge and 4 nights in the South Serengeti at Lake Masek Camp. The following are a few sights seen!
Wildebeest Migration on Eastern Serengeti plains with one of the famous Gol Kopjes in the background. I feel that the area around Gol Kojpjes is the most picturesque area of the entire Serengeti.
Three cheetahs out by Gol Kopjes.
The same three cheetahs looking for prey.
Lion pride on the Southern Serengeti plains.
One tusker elephant.
East African Impala.
Dung beetle rolling the dung ball.
A collection of Serengeti wildflowers.
Male lion at Gol Kopjes with the landmark Naabi Hill on the far horizon.
Lions at Makoma Hill in the Seronera Valley of the Central Serengeti.
Saddle billed stork
One of the Serengeti’s beautiful kopjes
Cheetah with Zebra – South Serengeti Plains.
Flooded Retina Hippo Pool
”Traffic Jam”. Maasai Giraffes.
Male lion at Ndutu, South Serengeti.
An elephant pulling down a branch from an acacia tree.
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April 22, 2013