Ready For Safari Blog Posts
Most people love to take photos on their holidays and a safari in Tanzania provides excellent photo-opportunities beyond your wildest imagination. Every safari is different, so we cannot tell you what you might capture with your camera or mobile phone, but leaving Tanzania without pictures would be unforgivable, that’s
Your safari has been planned, the excitement is building; Tanzania’s wildlife, people and incredible scenery are awaiting your arrival. Now, it’s time to make sure that your paperwork is in order. Yes, we know it’s boring, but it is essential to get everything right so that your arrival in
“Important: your action is required! Here’s your chance to help!” We all care about the environment, about nature, about the wonderful wildlife that Tanzania has to offer. We all share the responsibility of preserving what we have…otherwise, it may disappear forever. In an important development, Tanzania has joined nearly
Since when did our most memorable travel experiences come to be determined by the fluff of hotel pillows? Since when did exploring the world become contingent on pampered luxuries? Since when did getting on an airplane and traveling to the ends of the earth require infinity pools, high-speed wifi,
“Don’t just tell your children about the world. Show them.” Your thirteen-year-old daughter can no longer blink. Instead, she is transfixed on the pink horizon ahead, thousands of flamingos flying and feeding over Tanzania’s Lake Natron. Blinks can wait; she doesn’t want to miss a second of this magic.
Safari Scenario #1: Smells of scrambled eggs and tea wake you up before your alarm does. You and your partner rise slowly in your personal bush tent surrounded by Serengeti National Park. Stomach growling, you head to the breakfast table where a hot meal is being served. Four others
Two safari vehicles bounce along a dirt road in the Serengeti National Park. Surrounding them are 5,000 square miles of savannah roaring with wildlife, a protected tract of land larger than New York State.
There’s a fire blazing in the middle of the Serengeti and you’re the first to spot it.
Safari could be its own color—the way it conjures up images of full-body khaki outfits, oversized broad-brimmed hats, and sturdy boots. These days you’ll still see many travelers in Africa adhering to such overly romanticized fashion choices.
“Photography is a love affair with life.” – Burk Uzzle