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Why you should experience a morning safari in the Serengeti National Park

30 March 2017
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According to Travelust you might see a lot of activity during a morning drive. Numerous of wildebeest and gazelles graze on the plains of the Serengeti during the morning and the big cats usually use this dawn to hunt.

Here are eight reasons why you should experience a morning safari in the Serengeti National Park.

 

 

happy �� day earthlings. let's appreciate and protect this extraordinary planet #serengetisunrise #acaciaafrica

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caution: elephants crossing ���� #babieees #serengetisunrise #babesonsafari

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Good morning, #serengeti ! #serengetisunrise #honeymoon #hmtanzania #hanickamartin #pultznerovi #tanzania

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Dark mornings dark evenings #summersover #tbt #serengetisunrise

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