Our inconspicuous little bush camp Kigelia Ruaha is located in the eastern heart of the park, where the wildlife is most concentrated. From here, the encounter with the large mammals of Africa could hardly be more exciting.
You get an unusual and extraordinary feeling of anticipation when you have grabbed cameras and sunglasses and leave the camp with a guide in our open vehicles. Who knows what we will find, but for sure there will be moments of excitement, fascination and peace between the animals of Ruaha and us.
There is no better tree to hug than a baobab tree, with its strangely human shape. Smooth bark - smelling of dust. The crevices are home to reptiles, bats and owls. Around the trunks are crispy peels of their furry seeds that taste like lemon. This and many other things can only be found out on foot safaris.
An omnipresent experience in Tanzania's largest national park is the struggle for life and death between predators and prey. The majestic lions reign on the great plains, while the graceful leopards stalk through the acacia tree landscapes colored orange by the dust on the Seronera River and cheetahs hunt their prey in the southeastern part of the Serengeti National Park.
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is located in northern Tanzania. Ngorongoro is close to Lake Manyara National Park. Here you can see the huge volcanic Ngorongoro crater and big game (elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo and rhinos). Huge herds of wildebeest and zebra roam the steppes during their annual migration.
Located in the national park, Kilimanjaro, consisting of the three extinct volcanoes Kibo, Mavenzi and Schira, is the highest mountain range on the African continent and the epitome of the beauty of East Africa. At 5,895 m, it is also the highest free-standing mountain on earth. The name Kilimanjaro means something like "White Mountain".
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