Hello, hello! I promised I would try and check in while I am in Africa and a bit of good WiFi meant I was able to upload a days worth of photos on Instagram and write this short checkin with a few of my favorite pictures so far! Since leave London on Saturday morning it has bene quite a whirlwind to get here – a flight to Amsterdam, another flight to Kilimingoro, a drive to Arusha, and then a few more journeys to the Northern border here at the Ngorongoro Crater.
So far we have toured two national parks here on our Tanzania Safari. The first set of animal pictures I was able to capture are from in Lake Manyara National Park, which is made up of 75% water. And the second set is from the Ngorongoro Crater. This famous crater is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which alone is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and I have loved seeing the stunning, untouched nature here where the most likely devastation is caused from either the floods in the rainy season or an elephant uprooting a tree. I mixed up which photos are from which but you better believe, when I am home I will be writing thorough reviews on each of the national parks and the 1,000+ photos I have taken so far are going to make illustrating those posts quite easy. Take a look at my favorite animal shots so far from this Tanzania Safari:
What animals would you like to see more of?