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.
For this trip there were a number of things that I thought - ok, it's a super long shot, but wow wouldn't it be cool if... among them was Tanzania's famous tree climbing lions. Not only did we see these two. We spent over an hour with 9 in a tree so overflowing with lazy lions that one didn't fit. It was an amazing day and huge kudos to my guide Stewart from Fed Safaris who said, "today is a cat day" and sure enough...we started with a cheetah, then saw these 9 tree lions, then 6 more hunting on the open plains, followed by a leopard, followed by a serval and then wound the day down at sunset with a gorgeous male leopard. The Serengeti is spectacular.
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