One avid reader told me that if I broke up my safari posts into smaller chunks – either by day or by experience – that they would be a lot more digestible and enjoyable than seeing a million pictures all at once. Well I am really hoping that is true as that is exactly what I am planning on doing. I also realized while it was the trip of a lifetime you probably don’t want to see straight safari photos so I will also make sure to break them up with other fashion, travel, beauty, and lifestyle content to make sure you don’t get bored!
And on that note, welcome to another safari post! So far there have been four Africa posts – the highlights of Kenya and Tanzania and a view into the Lake Manyara National Park and The Ngorongoro Conservation. Once you are all caught up there we can dive into today’s national park, the Serengeti, which was actually so spectacular I decided to break it up into two posts, one with lions and one without. And by the title today, you guessed it, lions. What was truly remarkable to me about the lions in the Serengeti was that while in other parks you may come away with 100+ lion photos but it is all of the same few lions in the same space. What the Serengeti had to offer was a variety of different lions in different spaces and doing different things. Now, granted, it is much more fun to see them up and about but I like to think we got close enough to a few in the grass to still make for a great photo. Take a look at the photos I was able to capture of the lions of the Serengeti:
What do you think of these Lions of the Serengeti?