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10 reasons why you need to go on a photographic safari in the Serengeti

28 December 2016
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Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park is a wildlife-rich haven, ideal for wildlife photographers looking to capture nature in it’s rawest form.

If you’re planning a Tanzania Serengeti safari to put your photography skills to the test, here are 10 reasons why you need to go on a photographic safari in the Serengeti.

 

 

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Spent sunset with this gorgeous gentleman. Yes, that's a wild Leopard. The Serengeti is spectacular.

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Pure dominance, as the alpha male marks his territory after a casual mating session.

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Straight lines #elephants #safari #serengeti #tanzania #wildlifephotography #tasteintravel #loveafrica @singita_ ��: Mark Nicholson

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