Girls Night on the Serengeti Plain

A special thanks to Kim Green for sharing this article she wrote for Charlatan Magazine entitled ‘African Safari: Girls Night on the Serengeti Plain’ Click on the above link to read the article. To view it in the magazine you can download it in the App Store (key word Charlatan Magazine) for $.99 I believe.  

September Cheetah Report – Just in from the Serengeti

The latest news from the safari capital of Africa has just been released. Here is a link to the September 2012 Serengeti Cheetah Report prepared exclusively for Africa Dream Safaris by Helen, the on-site researcher for the Serengeti Cheetah Project. You won’t find this information anywhere else. Africa Dream Safaris helps fund the Serengeti Cheetah Project’s ongoing conservation efforts. In turn, periodic reports are prepared exclusively for Africa Dream Safaris by the on-site researchers for the Serengeti Cheetah Project. There’s lots of exciting cheetah news in this …

Randall & Barbara Meyer Share their Wildebeest Migration Video

Thank you Randall and Barbara Meyer for submitting this amazing video of the wildebeest migration crossing the Mara River in the North Serengeti. Randall and Barbara went on safari with ADS in early August this year and were able to capture on video the pinnacle of the northward migration when the great herds of wildebeest cross the crocodile infested rivers of Mara River. This video was taken a few kilometers upriver from the Kogatende Ranger Post in the North Serengeti on August 3, 2012.

A Leopard’s Return

It was a wonderful experience – the people, animals, landscape, lodgings, and food were extraordinary. We feel so lucky to have had the chance to make this trip – memories that we can keep for a life time. The best moment was seeing the Great Migration. We were in the north Serengeti in mid-July and the animals were moving north. Our guide found one particular spot along a river where thousands of wildebeest and zebras were moving north. The endless parade was mesmerizing as we watched …

The Lion Lady’s helpful hints

Two items I cannot leave home without when I go on safari: 1.) A regular American extension cord with a multiple outlet power strip so I can charge more then one item at a time and only need to use one plug or outlet. 2.) A flashlight that straps to my head so I can be hands free if need be in the middle of the night and all the lights are off or I have no clue where the switch is. I actually wear it on …



















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