The word “Serengeti” in Swahili translates to “the land that goes on forever”. The open plains of the Serengeti make animal viewing far easier than in other terrain.
Our camp in the Serengeti, Asilia Sayari, was much more luxurious than the previous two camps.
Antelopes of all sizes can be found everywhere this time of year.
Big cats were easier to spot on the Serengeti as well.
Where there’s water, there are hippos and crocs.
Birds in Africa are so much more beautiful and interesting to observe.
Smaller animals are also easy to spot, thanks to their vibrant colors and patterns.
One of the rare finds we came across was the pangolin.
This concludes our 2-week trip to Tanzania, but we’ll be back as I have yet to see the sassy honey badger battling a pride of lions, the ultimate on my wish list.