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Best safari you can do

Views: 318 Visited: Feb 2017 Reviewed: Feb 22, 2017

I was shocked to see just how many animals in Serengeti National Park. I knew there would be a lot but that was an understatement. Every animal here in Serengeti & Ngorongoro is trying to eat, drink, and survive to see another days. Some do better than others like. The lions, cheetahs, and leopards are definitely doing their part. The hyenas pick up the scraps with the vultures not far behind. A beautiful place to go and have experience in lif... read more

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Beautiful memory

Views: 190 Visited: Jan 2017 Reviewed: Feb 22, 2017

The Selous is the Largest game reserve in all of Africa, named after the great explorer Frederik Courtney Selous, who is incidentally, buried in the park at a grave site that can be visited by guests in the reserve.

The photographic area of the Selous is in the northern part of the park, spanning about 3000sq km. The area is mostly flat and steady at about 50-60m above sea level. This means that the Rufiji River which runs through the park... read more

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Mikumi Park

Views: 435 Visited: Mar 2017 Reviewed: Mar 07, 2017

Mikumi is the closest park to Dar Es Salaam with an average drive time of 4-5 hours with a lunch break. I recommend everyone to pre-plan your safari with a reliable safari company and ask for a car just special for your group with an opening ceiling.

If you are lucky enough and your driver knows what he is doing, you can observe every animal living in Mikumi from lions to crocodiles.I thanks you John for a wonderful experience.

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The most incredible national park setting in Africa

Views: 382 Visited: Jun 2015 Reviewed: Mar 08, 2017

Ngorongoro Crater and Neptune Luxury Lodge – are OK, we don’t know what to gush about more, Ngorongoro Crater or Neptune Luxury Lodge. Neptune was absolutely awesome, maybe one of the best hotels we’ve ever stayed in anywhere in the world. Cheerful and well trained staff that I have ever encountered; from the moment our group arrived we were made to feel special.
The suites are fantastic with every comfort accounted for, and private balcony ... read more

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Saadani Park

Views: 222 Visited: Feb 2016 Reviewed: Mar 08, 2017

We spent the weekend in Saadani National Park. You won't get to see your big 5, but this is all compensated by spectacular scenery, location by the sea. Getting there easy and the road to the park (from Dar es Salaam) and the main road through the park are good.

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Machame Route

Views: 329 Visited: Mar 2016 Reviewed: Mar 10, 2017

I would never tell someone that they shouldn't climb Mt-Kilimanjaro. If you want to make it easy, take 7 days on a route and you will make it to the top with no problem.
I reached Uhuru Peak at 10a.m. using the Machame route on a 7 day trek with 5 of my friends. Here are some pointers that would probably help you plan a trek

1. Be prepared for any type of weather. Like ANY!! Carry all your wet weather, cold weather, hot weather...basicall... read more

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Don't miss this park!

Views: 221 Visited: Nov 2016 Reviewed: Mar 12, 2017

Tarangire is not a huge National Park but large enough to offer 3 of the big 5 routinely (elephant, lion and buffalo). The elephants really are the star of the show. There are many diverse ecosystems within the park offering plains, woodland, swamp etc - so you are sure to see animals congregate in these areas to have access to water and food as needed. You are able to get very close access to viewing the animals and with a very low number of ... read more

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Great bird watching

Views: 353 Visited: Jul 2015 Reviewed: Mar 13, 2017

Never seen so many baboons in my life. We drove half hour into the park into an opening on the lake that had 100's of baboons, zebras and flamingos running around. Saw at least 10 giraffes and 20-30 elephants you'll see a lot of similar wildlife: elephants, baboons, gazelles. We absolutely loved the hippo pool, but not necessarily for the hippos.

It was because of the myriad of birds - literally 1000s of them flying around, sitting around, ... read more

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Mt Meru & Memella lakes''

Views: 327 Visited: Apr 2015 Reviewed: Mar 14, 2017

Arusha National Park is lovely little park has stunning scenery that is very different and considerably more lush than that of its northern neighbor. The wildlife watching is satisfying, with sightings of elephants, zebras, giraffes and dik-diks common.

For me, a favorite attraction is the black-and-white colobus monkey, which is frequently spotted here. Another highlight: the small Momella Lakes, which attract flamingo's and other water bi... read more

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Perfect place to stay in peace with the nature.

Views: 231 Visited: Aug 2015 Reviewed: Mar 24, 2017

Ruaha was probably the most splendid park we have spent time in. Beautiful baobab valley on the way there and hundreds of elephants inside the park along with all other kind of wild life did make a huge impression. read more

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A must on safari in Kenya

Views: 208 Visited: Apr 2017 Reviewed: Apr 30, 2017

Mara River gets its name from Maasai Mara which in Maasai language means the spotted land from the view of the plains having many trees and bushes that make it look spotted.

This river has its origins in the Mau escarpment of the great rift valley hence the need to protect it as an important water catchment for the Mara /Serengeti ecosystem from encroachment. It’s the biggest and only permanent river in the Mara triangle. Flowing along the... read more

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Best for elephants and fantastic Kilimanjaro views

Views: 159 Visited: Aug 2017 Reviewed: Aug 30, 2017

You will see wild elephants and other animals at close range. Mount Kilimanjaro is very clear. An open savannahs park easy to locate animals. I would highly recommend a very early morning drive; this will ensure you get to see most of the wild animals. While in the park, always view the animals while inside your vehicle, only alight at designated spots, safety first! read more

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