The first stop on our adventure was the Ngorongoro volcano. But the most memorable is the second leg of the expedition, the scene of the wildebeests crossing the Mara River. On the other side of the Mara River, a large group of wildebeests and zebras ran from three directions to gather on the river bank, and there were bursts of dust, forming a grand scene under the sun.
Our group stayed at the Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp, which is a little further from the Mara River, but very comfortable. If you return to the camp early, you can enjoy the magnificent sunset with a glass of wine in front of the tent. The service team at the camp is very professional and enthusiastic. Also thanks to the Organizing team of Discover Africa for the careful arrangement.
Zhang Yi travelled to Tanzania in August and wrote the Arusha, Ngorongoro Crater and Northern Serengeti Safari Review on 24 August 2022
Safari planned by: Matthys van Aswegen