By Claude Shitindi – Beautiful Tanzania

Hello, it’s me Claude here with my latest safari report for my trip that finished on 04th July 2013. I was with four lovely people that I took on safari i.e Erick, Anna, Alec and Adrian. It was wonderful up in the Northern Serengeti as we had thousands of wildebeests everywhere all over the Nyamalumbwa plains in the direction to the Mara River. We had one night in Lobo Valley and then we were off to Mbalageti and the West Serengeti where we found more of …

By Peter Meena – Safari Report July 3, 2013

My name is Peter Meena the driver guide for ADS. This time I had a great group with the last name of Kedda where our trip started from 21st to 27th June. There were seven adults it total and it was nice to all be in one vehicle together. We started our safari by visiting the Western Serengeti (Mbalageti Lodge), Central Serengeti (Seronera Sametu Camp) and then we finished up with Ngorongoro (Crater Serena Lodge). Here are a couple of interesting pictures to share with you. …

Six Days On The “Endless Plains”

Marty and I want to thank you Lynn for helping bring our once in a lifetime trip to fruition. It was truly memorable in the very best sense. Marty caught a cold the day of the flight back home and hasn’t yet shaken it off completely, but that has been the only down side. I love telling everyone about our trip and love looking at my favorite pictures. Yes, I have culled through my literally hundreds of pictures that I took and have chosen about …

By Godson Mbonye – Highlights From My Safari

My name is Godson Mbonye, a ADS driver guide. I have just concluded a 11 day safari with my guests from Denver, Colorado USA named Sara and Mark F. We explored the following areas: Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti and Lake Manyara. My guests arrived on 21st June and on 22nd we started our game drive into Tarangire National Park, where we saw our first leopard in an acacia tree within just a few minutes. Within Tarangire National Park we had two full days …

By Ally Dhulkfil – Lioness Catches Thomson’s Gazelle

Greetings from Arusha, Tanzania. My name is Ally, a guide with ADS, and I am home now after completing a safari with a really nice family from Connecticut, USA with a mother, father, 13-year old son, and a 9-year old daughter. Their names were Karen, Alan, Alexander and Isobel. We spent a total of six nights on safari finishing the trip on July 1st when the clients departed back home on KLM Airlines. One of the most interesting sightings occurred in the Grumeti area of the …

Introduction to The School of St. Jude’s

A warning to unsuspecting readers – this blog post will not be about lions and rhinos, or any wild animals at all. We are The School of St Jude, and we will be writing about girls and boys, and a whole community of teachers and volunteers working together to provide them with the academic skills that will help them become leaders in their fields. This post is also about our neighbor Africa Dream Safaris, who joined our community of supporters by committing to a monthly donation to …

By Pokea Nko – Awesome Safari

Jambo! This is driver-guide Pokea Nko reporting in once more from Tanzania. I have just finished my most recent safari and I have to say that the wildlife viewing in the Serengeit is simply AWESOME! Our safari trip started from 23rd June and concluded on 30th June 2013 where we visited the Serengeti and Ngorongoro. We witnessed the great migration moving from the Western to Northern side of the Serengeti Ecosystem. This made our trip amazing especially seeing the great herds of wildebeests and zebras migrating …

By Anglebert Mrema – A Great Family Safari

My name is Anglebert Pantaleo Mrema, guiding for Africa Dream Safari, and I have just completed my safari with the De Jonge Family from Seattle, USA.  We covered the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara National Park. We started our trip at the western corridor of the Serengeti for two nights where we visited the Grumeti River and the surrounding plains. It is the beginning of the dry season and in the Serengeti most of the ungulates animals were moving in long lines to the northern …



















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