Quote of the Week: Julie Eakes and Ray McCorkle

We would like to thank you for all your help in making our trip to Tanzania a trip of a lifetime. From the moment we got off the plane and met Jane at the airport Africa Dream Safaris has shown us the utmost in professionalism. Every aspect of our trip was overseen and taken care of at all times. [Our guide] was knowledgeable, friendly, accommodating and a true gentleman. When the Migration was delayed getting to the western Serengeti [our guide] was kind enough to …

May 26, 2009

Wildebeest Migration - Seronera Valley - May 13, 2009

The unusually dense herds of migratory wildebeest and zebra that had flooded into the heart of the Seronera River Valley as discussed in our last posting have splintered into several groups now. The biggest group is currently located around the Hembe Campsites at the beginning of the Western Corridor of the Serengeti approximately 5 kms to the east of the famous Musabi Plains. This herd is quickly moving west down the Corridor and we anticipate there will be some great migration sightings in the Musabi …

Quote of the Week: Peddamatham Family

It goes without saying that our Safari trip to Tanzania was one of a kind. Even if one has watched National Geographic Videos about wildlife it can’t be compared to our up close and personal rendezvous with animals in the wild. It was almost surreal to watch these animals at play, napping, planning their next move, gorging on fresh kill in a setting that defies description. When the lion or lioness stares back at you, one feels that we are the caged ones and the …

Quote of the Week: Susan and Andy Roth

Since an African safari had been our dream vacation for years, we were concerned that it couldn’t possibly live up to our expectations. To our delight it didn’t – it far exceeded them. From the moment we arrived, everyone on the ADS team did their part to make our trip an incredible, enjoyable adventure. [Our guide] was truly remarkable – he could spot animals that we could barely see even with binoculars, then he would position us perfectly to observe and photograph them. His extensive …

Quote of the Week: Marvin and Theresa Hall

We had been planning and anticipating our trip to Tanzania for an entire year. We had read guidebooks and web pages (there is none better than that of ADS). Certainly the trip was beyond all expectations and more than we could have imagined. So many people have asked me, since I returned, about my trip to Africa. It seems the epitome of understatment when I respond, ‘Simply Amazing.’ Words are inadequate to explain it. I admit that even I was somewhat intimidated about traveling to Africa, …

Quote of the Week: Gary and LuAnn Brown

After 30 years of dreaming and nearly a year preparing, we had our dreams realized thanks to Africa Dream Safaris. Our accommodations were quite varied and each was wonderful in its own way. Our private luxury camp had to be moved at the last minute because of damage to trees from some elephants and we would have never known it. Everything was perfect when we arrived and we were very spoiled by the staff. We went on this safari to see the animals we love and …

May 15, 2009

How do over a million wildebeest go missing? This was the million dollar question being asked by many guests on their African Safaris in the Serengeti National Park for the first half of this week. The massive herds of wildebeest and zebra that had besieged the Moru Kopjes area (referred to as the ‘Moru Crush’) in our last post, departed just as quickly as they had arrived. Then, yesterday when all the tour companies were scrambling to locate the migration it was our very own …

Quote of the Week: Susan and Andy Roth

Since an African safari had been our dream vacation for years, we were concerned that it couldn’t possibly live up to our expectations. To our delight it didn’t – it far exceeded them. From the moment we arrived, everyone on the ADS team did their part to make our trip an incredible, enjoyable adventure. [Our guide] was truly remarkable – he could spot animals that we could barely see even with binoculars, then he would position us perfectly to observe and photograph them. His extensive …

Quote of the Week: Usha, Kumar and Sumanth Peddamatham

It goes without saying that our Safari trip to Tanzania was one of a kind. Even if one has watched National Geographic Videos about wildlife it can’t be compared to our up -close and personal rendezvous with animals in the wild. It was almost surreal to watch these animals at play, napping, planning their next move, gorging on fresh kill in a setting that defies description. When the lion or lioness stares back at you, one feels that we are the caged ones and the …

Quote of the Week: Marvin and Theresa Hall

We had been planning and anticipating our trip to Tanzania for an entire year. We had read guidebooks and web pages (there is none better than that of ADS). Certainly the trip was beyond all expectations and more than we could have imagined. So many people have asked me, since I returned, about my trip to Africa. It seems the epitome of understatement when I respond, ‘Simply Amazing.’ Words are inadequate to explain it. […] It really is impossible to fully explain to those who …



















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