By Arnold Yahaya with David and Moira
This is your driver-guide Arnold with ADS. My latest safari (September 27, 2013 to October 4, 2013) with my two guests from Chicago named David and Moira was really very good. We had the chance to see several groups of migratory wildebeest cross the Mara River in the North Serengeti. Another highlight was seeing the endangered black rhino very close to our vehicle in the Mara River area of the North Serengeti.
This was the second time for the clients to be with us for a safari in the Serengeti. Last time my guests traveled with us in February 2011 and hence it had been about 2.5 years since their first trip. My guests enjoyed very much being in the Northern Serengeti because their first safari was in the green season and they spent most of their time in the South and East Serengeti Plains. Kindly enjoy the below photos that I would like to share with you.
- Sunrise at Kogatende – Northern Serengeti.
- Leopard cub at Wogakuria Kopjes – Northern Serengeti.
- Female cheetah with two cubs in Central Serengeti.
- Crossing at Mara River.
- Dung beetle at Mara River area.
- Lion Pride at Lobo Valley, North Serengeti.
- Two cubs at Sametu area – Central Serengeti.
- Cheetah at the top of termite mound – Central Serengeti.
- Rhino at Mara River area – Northern Serengeti.
- Big male lion at Kogatende, North Serengeti.
Arnold Y. Mushi