Our Guide Could Spot Animals That Seemed To Be Miles Away

My husband Larry and I just returned from the most wonderful 10 day safari with our fabulous guide, Simon. He took such good care of us the entire trip and made sure we had a great safari. We missed the river crossing, but still saw thousands of animals. Simon could spot animals that seemed to be miles away. Our accommodations were absolutely fabulous and the food and service unbelievable. Our agent, Dawn, was so helpful and answered all of our many questions. Again we can’t say enough good things about ADS…they are the best.

Jane and Larry J.
Houston, Texas
Safari Dates: September 15, 2014 to September 26, 2014

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  1. Dear Michael,
    I imagine this lion up in a tree was taken at Lake Manyara, is that correct.
    Most travellers have suggested we skip L. M. as the entance fee is excessive and the wildlife was scarse.
    Do you feel the same after seeing such a beautiful lion in a tree. Surely that would be a highlight of any safari to Tanzania.
    Any advise, comments, etc. would be appreciated.
    A future safari guest to Tanzania this coming year.

    1. I wouldn’t skip Lake Manyara NP. It’s one of my favorite parks and it’s very easy to conduct a short game drive through the main areas. We have a surprisingly high proportion of our guests see lions there and frequently leopards too plus all the usual encounters with elephants, giraffes, blue and vervet monkeys and baboons. The birding there is top notch, as well. What’s not to like!

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