Doing things for the first time is exciting and fun, but it can also be a bit scary. Especially when it comes to safaris – a situation that puts you in a new environment surrounded by wild animals! That said, once you know you’re in good hands,like I was with @unziptanzania the anxiety dissipates and you’re left with the freedom to make the most of it. When it all comes down to it, safari travels are a wonderful way to mix adventure and relaxation. My first safari will always be memorable. ------------------------------------------------------ #gamedrive#safari ...
‘Peek-a-boo!’ 👀 A male impala slightly camouflaged by the high grass of Ruaha’s rough and pristine wilderness. In this national park, animals tend to be very timid. In other wildlife sanctuaries, they will even suggest hashtags for your pictures. - - - #untoldpublishing#untold
This might be one of the most lucky shots I will get in my whole life. It was at the end of a 3 day hike/safari through Ruaha national park in Tanzania and we were hoping to see some lions and elephants when suddenly our guide went totally excited what he wasn't over the last days. We then went literally rushing through the bushes with the car directly behind us not knowing what exactly we were chasing after when suddenly he stopped and told us fiercely to stay quiet and wait. We waited a few second looked ...
‘You looking at me?’ 🐆 The leopard. Quite possibly the most elusive of the big five and a truly exhilarating experience when spotted. Vice versa, they always seem extremely underwhelmed to see us and have this snooty almost arrogant attitude about them. - - - #africa#tanzania
In Ruaha National Park young leopards are often spotted around kopjes and granite formations where the various tupe of prey thrive. 🐆 . •To plan a visit to Ruaha National Park please check our website: http://skypalm.com or send your inquiry to: [email protected] . •Ruaha Millî Parkı seyahat planlarınız için web sitemizi ziyaret edebilir: http://skypalm.com veya bize; [email protected] adresinden ulaşabilirsiniz . . . . . . . . . . #discoveringbeyond#skypalm
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Lion cubs playing in the early morning in Ruaha National Park in Tanzania. These two and their siblings mock hunted each other on the dry riverbed for over an hour, as we watched on in wonder. #ruaha#ruahanationalpark @asiliaafrica @tanzaniaparks @ruaha_national_park
Travel to any place in the world but don't you ever leave your Sun glasses behind! Be it by the beach or in the park,Sun glasses can be the best life savers you have got in your travel pack! I get my travel sun glasses from @happyfeet.tz 😎 Time for you to go get yours too😉 #tanzania#travelinfluencer
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Sole elephant in the dry riverbed. I love the palm trees in the background...almost felt like Botswana!! Due to the dry conditions the elephants have learnt to dig in the riverbed to reach the groundwater table. #ruaha#ruahanationalpark @asiliaafrica @tanzaniaparks @ruaha_national_park
Lion cubs at dawn in Ruaha National Park in Tanzania. These two and their siblings mock hunted each other on the dry riverbed for over an hour, as watched on in wonder. #ruaha#ruahanationalpark @asiliaafrica @tanzaniaparks @ruaha_national_park
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Who says you need to leave your camp to find animals on safari? The wild dogs (also known as African painted wolves) have decided our access road is an easy way to climb the escarpment when on their morning hunts, often coming right through camp to enjoy the sunrise with us before we set out for our morning activities. It is always a privilege to see these extremely endangered animals, especially when they decide to come you! #ikukasafaricamp#ruahanationalpark
The Lions of the Ruaha were amazing and their behaviour was just awesome to see in person, the way in which the pride are often separated but they always come back together, but the males are lazy bastards sleeping 18 hours a day! #lion#safari
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‘Face palm’ 🌴 You might think that the Tanzanian savannah only consists of countless acacia trees or bulky baobabs. Think again. You can also see tropical palm trees. This is a common sight on Zanzibar of course, but here it seems totally (coco)nuts. - - - #safari#safariphotography
First thing on our game drive Monday our guide spotted a leopard in a tree, what happened next with the hunt of an Impala was simply extraordinarily (video at the end)! We were the only people to see it and our guide had seen one in the last 4 years so tells you quite how rare it is to see! We then saw it drag it’s catch to a nearby bush pausing every 10 yards of so to check for other scavengers and rest. An unbelievable experience with DK, @alexkingsnorth & @kings.ea #safari#tanzania