By Emmanuel Kichao with William and Randi – First Time In Africa
This is ADS guide Emmanuel Kichao reporting from Tanzania. Having just completed my most recent safari dated September 2, 2013 to September 12, 2013 , I can say beyond a doubt that the game viewing in the Serengeti National Park whether it be in the North, Central or West Serengeti areas has been beyond spectacular this dry season. We have seen lots of amazing sights including huge herds of the wildebeest and zebra migration, big prides of lions hunting, families of cheetahs, large concentrations of elephants, giraffes and hippos, more then 10 species of antelopes, countless species of birds and we have even had several quality sightings of the elusive and solitary leopard.
Of my most recent safari with my two guests from Minnestota, USA named William and Randi we saw all of these things mentioned. It was a very wonderful experience for both myself and the clients, which this was their first time in Africa. After two nights resting in Arusha after their long plane ride from the USA, my guests arrived at the Kogatende Airstrip in the Northern Serengeti on September 2nd where I met them. From there we immediately started enjoying what nature has to offer! Here are some of the pictures I would like to share from this trip with William and Randi.
Large male lion, Central Serengeti.
A leopard close to our vehicle, Serengeti.
A family of cheetahs, North Serengeti.
Zebras in Tarangire National Park.
My guests Randi and William overlooking the scenic vista of the Ngorongoro Crater.
Maasai dance during the visit to a Maasai village.
Beautiful giraffes near the bank of Mara river, North Serengeti.
Elephants at Silale Swamp, Tarangire National Park.
A pride of lions with cubs which we found after finishing an early breakfast near Lobo Hills in North Serengeti.
Sleeping lion around Lamai triangle, Noth Serengeti.
Huge group of elephants in Lamai Triangle, North Serengeti.
Lioness with a young gazelle kill.
Leopard in an accacia tree.
Lion pride in Seronera Valley, Central Serengeti.
Two brothers from the Sametu Pride, Central Serengeti.