Tanzanian Safari!

Cheetah resting on a rock, judging.

I’ve been a *little*busy recently (sigh!) but finally found a chance to post some of my favorites from Tanzania.

Few places could be more exotic than places like the Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Manyara, all which come with some fantastic names as well. We went on a grand camping safari through those places before we flew to Dar es Salaam and then to the magnificent Arabian island of Zanzibar. There was so much to see and too much to photograph, but I did my best. I also can’t remember the specific names of all the animals, so I’m not going to try to label them all here. You can read about how to safari in Tanzania on my other blog, Check back for pictures from Zanzibar next! Enjoy!

Quiet over the Serengeti


51 thoughts on “Tanzanian Safari!

  1. Beautiful – a year ago this week I spent 8 days in Kenya on safari in various Masai conservancies …. how I miss it! Your photos brought back fantastic memories.

    Congrats on being Freshly Pressed!

    Drive on,
    – M.

  2. What beautiful images! I absolutely love to photograph wildlife as well but have only had experience with South African safaris.. Tanzania is on top of my list along with Namibia. Hopefully soon 🙂

  3. heartofpalm says:

    I love your photos. These are so special indeed. My father would adore them too. He’s been to Africa and to specifically Tanzania many, many times. Hope to go there someday!

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  5. Love Tanzania! We went two years ago and it was one of the best adventures, with so many photos to sift through months afterwards. Enjoyed your pictures, good memories. We hope to go back one day, but with a baby on the way will have to wait a couple of years. I highly recommend Tanzania to anyone. We also went to the Lake Tanganyika- absolutely fabulous and another taste of a beautiful environment, people, and animals.

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  7. Great photos animals make such great subjects. So often they have such innocent looks on their faces. Aren’t the stripes on the Zebra’s just amazing I really will have to go see for myself.

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