The Migration Was Both Humbling And Awe-Inspiring
Before I went on this safari trip, I really didn’t do any research. I wanted to cross this off my bucket list together with my son. I expected to see lots of animals and I expected to stay in luxury lodges. However, what I didn’t expect was the beauty and solitude seen and felt within Serengeti National Park. Furthermore, I was fortunate to witness the display of stars that splashed across the sky each night.
The opportunity to be able to witness the migration of the wildebeests’, to be among hundreds of thousands of animals without human contact for miles was an experience both humbling and awe-inspiring. Another initial concern we had was the quality of our guide, an aspect of the journey that can make or break the trip. Besides all the other other expectations that were exceeded, I was able to make a friend in Africa. Our guide, our driver, my friend, John.
Paul and Jonathan L.
Safari Dates: April 1, 2014 to April 7, 2014