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Apparently, lots of people who travel on safari are obsessed with cats. Everywhere we went, people were talking about which cats they hoped to see and which they had. And the very fortunate few who saw cats kill prey couldn’t … Continue reading
One of the unique experiences of our trip was hiking over Mount Makarot and into the Serengeti plains where we stayed at the Olduvai Camp run by Maasai. We started at a fly camp where we spent the night just … Continue reading
Well…almost. The Queen of the birds, that is. We were quite surprised as a mating pair of ostriches quickly approached our vehicle from the plains shortly after entering the gates of Tarangire on Day 1 of our safari. They were … Continue reading
Not quite. But their pattern is arresting… These animals are unbelievable. Horses for sure, when we observed them, they seemed to act just like the run of the mill domestic variety (though I am quite sure I’m mistaken). But their … Continue reading
My favorite African animal–the giraffe–is also the national symbol of Tanzania and aims to please visitors with its effortless grace. During our nature walk in the Tarangire, our guide pointed out that the giraffe is the first to spot newcomers … Continue reading
The majority of this trip was a safari, and safari is all about the animals. Our series of posts this week are about our experiences with some of the animals that we came across. First off, we were not disappointed … Continue reading