By Russell Temu – Amazing Serengeti

Jambo from Tanzania! My name is Russell and I am a professional guide employed with Africa Dream Safaris. I have just returned from a 8-night safari to the Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater beginning January 19, 2013 and ending January 27, 2013. We enjoyed 3 nights at Sametu Camp, which is my personal favorite, in the Central Serengeti, 3 nights at Lake Masek Camp in the South Serengeti and our last 2 nights at the Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge.

The safari was a lot of fun and the wildlife viewing was amazing. There are so many different species of animals this time of year that all coexist together in the bottom half of the Serengeti park. It is spectacular and I really enjoy watching my guests see this for the first time.

I would like to share with you some photos I managed to take on the safari with my very nice guests named Judy and Bobby. The best picture I took was of this cheetah with her cubs (shown above). They were using a termite mound as a vantage point to scan for prey and danger on the eastern plains of the Serengeti National Park near one of my favorite spots called zebra kopjes.

Asante Sana!

Russel Temu
January 28, 2013

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  1. Thank you SO much for showing us the amazing Seremgeti and Ngorongoro Crator, Russell!!!!

    I’m just settling in at home and will download then submit cool photos taken on the awesome safari to share with all who has or will be visiting your beautiful country.

    Once again, thank you, Russell, Sharon, and the whole ADS team for the journey of a lifetime!

    A hui hou,

  2. Ahsante sana,
    I can’t wait to watch the clips you took but i can’t forget to remind you, hope to see you and Bobby back again between Aug and Nov and share with you another Serengeti side experience.
    I had lot’s of fun with you too.
    Karibu tena

    1. Hi Judy and Bobby,
      First and foremost Ahsante sana for couple of pair of sunglasses, i received them still intact and real good I LIKE THEM so much thank you again.
      I am looking forward to see you again and share together another good experience.
      I miss you
      ‘Ooh ya’
      Ahsante sana.

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