Serengeti

23 Mar 19
MiceChat

Busch Gardens Tampa turns 60 on March 31st, and the park is pulling out all the stops to celebrate this milestone with the announcement of some new limited time offerings! Busch Gardens Social Media Sweepstakes In partnership with the Gold & Diamond Source jewelry store, the park announced an online sweepstakes via social media this week. With […]

23 Mar 19
Andre Eger

Africa’s best-known safari destination is the Serengeti, 12,000 miles of grasslands, forests, swamps, and woodlands teeming with wildlife. Eighty percent of tourists to Tanzania visit the Northern Circuit, where the Serengeti is located. During peak season the parks are flooded with safari jeeps. That meant that any time there was something spectacular happening — like a pride of […]

23 Mar 19
Nasera Safari

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23 Mar 19
More UK News

Children at a primary school in North East Lincolnshire are able to “visit” far-flung countries from the comfort of their classroom. Humberston Cloverfields Academy, near Grimsby, has built a classroom with four giant video walls using virtual reality technology, allowing children to feel like they are in places such as Africa’s Serengeti or the Antarctic.

23 Mar 19
Walterphotographer

Are you planning on visiting or moving to Narok? Photo:Walter Narok is a small town located at the heart of Maasai Land. It is located west of the Kenyan Capital Nairobi and situated along the Great Rift Valley. It is named after Enkare-Narok, a river that flows through the town. Narok is also the last […]

23 Mar 19
BETINA IN AFRICA

This week I started working with my last student. He is the head butler / front office manager for a private villa called Serengeti House. If I was rich, I would absolutely rent this out for a family holiday – would cost close to $20,000 per night though, so that will never happen – haha! […]

23 Mar 19
The New 3 Rs: Retire, Recharge, Reconnect

Migration Join Frank’s Tuesday Photo Challenge: Wonder

22 Mar 19
Botendaddy

Dateline Washington (Pronounced Wursh-in-tunn) Botendaddy accused! Count One ☝️ – inciting 🏳️‍🌈 queer Giraffes 🦒 🦒 of the Serengeti. Penalty Five years! Count Two – Inciting Or abetting really shitty writing ✍️ and worse poetry. Penalty Ten Years! Count Three – Conspiring to participate in distance runs 🏃 despite being a really shitty runner. Penalty Life! Count Four- privately reciting the […]

22 Mar 19
Sterling Bennett

If you look closely, you can see a patch of hair under my lower lip. I was going to glue some sort of fuzz there but decided it was just as easy to grow a little of the real thing for the purpose of tonight’s reading. You see, I find myself in the middle of […]

22 Mar 19
Reena Walkling

Vultures in Serengeti Sunrise, Tanzania. When on safari, one doesn’t consider African vultures worthy of photographing when there are more beautiful creatures to capture.  But one early morning at our mobile campsite on the Serengeti, there were a number sitting up in the trees, resting before the day began.  They were a beautiful sight against […]

22 Mar 19
fromthewinnerscircle

10TH RACE (Grade II New Orleans Handicap): 1. Souper Tapit, 2. Copper Bullet, 3. Core Beliefs. LONGSHOT: Noble Commander. 11TH RACE (Grade II Muniz Memorial Handicap): 1. Bandua, 2. Bricks and Mortar, 3. Synchrony. LONG SHOT: Inspector Lynley. 12TH RACE (Grade II Fair Grounds Oaks): 1. Serengeti Empress, 2. Sweet Diane, 3. Liora. LONG SHOT: […]

22 Mar 19
The Australian

In a bush kitchen with canvas tented sides, demountable shelves packed with sacks of spices, coffee beans and Zanzibari chillies, and firm earth beneath our boots, Eli Amin is painstakingly giving me the recipe for his chilled avocado soup. I have had two serves for lunch and am still marvelling at the miracles that come forth from camp stoves in East Africa’s relatively remote safari destinations. The secret ingredient, he tells me, voice lowered in case of roving spies, is two dashes of Tabasco sauce. He repeats “two dashes” and watches as I make my notes. “Not one dash, not three … it’s the small things that count.”

22 Mar 19
Africa Nature Photography

Wildebeest Migration Safari The safari will take you to the best national parks in the famous Northern circuit, with most of your time delegated to covering and viewing the Great Migration at the Serengeti National Park. It is the migration for which Serengeti is perhaps most famous. Over a million wildebeest and about 200,000 zebras […]