Tanzania is famous for the annual wildebeest migration in the Serengeti national park. But offers also very good off the beaten track safaris in Selous National…
When you go on safari you could be forgiven for thinking that it was all about what animals you will see…but it’s much more than this…there are the landscapes, the smells…and also, the sounds. Here are 10 sounds to listen for on safari (and ask your guide to help you identify each on the list). #wildlife #safari #africansafari
When I say ‘unusual’ I mean that each species is in itself an interesting animal with unusual characteristics – worthy of your attention. To find out which strange creatures you may encounter on safari, click here: https://www.safaribookings.com/blog/299 #wildlife #safari #africansafari
Seeing Africa’s most iconic wildlife in its natural environment is a dream come true. There are few things in the world that make one feel happier, more at peace, and more insignificant in the great scheme of things. To read more about the experience, visit https://www.safaribookings.com/blog/308 #Africa #AfricaTravel #wildlife
You will likely hear a number of safari untruths that circulate amongst safari goers. Some have been repeated for so long that they take on a life of their own (and are considered ‘fact’). Others are genuine misconceptions. But all are worth challenging. Click through to read more! #safari #africansafari #wildlife
Gone are the days of tired rooms and lukewarm buffets. Today’s all-inclusive holidaymaker has high demands, expecting top-class accommodation, trendy design, fine dining and service to match. To learn more about all-inclusive options for Africa safaris, click here https://www.safaribookings.com/blog/319 #safari #africansafari #africa
When on safari, you will hear talk of the ‘sundowner’. This is a ritual that originates from colonial times and allowed the expat community to get together at the end of a hot day in darkest Africa to share a G&T and regale one another on the hardships inherent in making a living on the Dark Continent. #africa #beer
When we had the opportunity to go to Tanzania, we thought of 3 three things: climbing Kilimanjaro, a beach holiday in Zanzibar or going on safari. If we’d had three weeks, we’d have done all of them. But 2 of them would have to wait and we didn’t hesitate to choose the safari. With 16 national parks, our challenge was choosing where to spend our time. We decided to spend our week’s safari in Tanzania in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater because it was our first visit to the country. And so ...