In April, 2012, I took a group of medical residents from Northwestern Medical School, in Chicago on a 4 day safari. The first day we drove from Mwanza, to the western corridor. There we saw several large herds of elephants. They were very close to the vehicle and we had to move away so as not to anger them! We saw many zebra, impala, giraffe, topi, dik dik and others. That night we stayed in the Mbalageti Hotel in the central serengeti, which is a beautiful hotel overlooking the valley. The next day we found a pair of cheetah, including a pregnant mother. They walked right by the truck! The third day, we drove into the Ngorongoro Crater and saw a pair rhinos, many wildebeest, zebra, baboons, and many bird species. The last day, we found two leopards and headed back to Mwanza.
It was a very fun trip and we shared many stories. They shared some of their photos with me.
Mike a doctor from Chicago he is my friend and my big support to get Clients, John Darby, Melissa, and other who direct Clients to me, Thank you for that, Most Clients from Chicago they like to do Lodging Safari.
World Race Team Safari to Serengeti
Posted on January 29, 2012
On January 14th-15th I took a team of women from America to spend one night in the Serengeti. They camped under the stars in the center of the Serengeti after a late afternoon/evening drive through the western cooridor. I baked fresh bread for them for sandwiches and once we arrived we cut up vegetables and made vegetable sandwiches. We also ate pineapple and mango and afterwards had tea, coffee, or drinking chocolate.
The next day we woke up, ate pineapple and fresh bread for breakfast with coffee or tea. Then we began our game drive through the central Serengeti. Later that afternoon we made our way back through the western corridor and back to Mwanza. We saw zebras, giraffes, monkeys, elephants, buffalo, leopard, wild beast, hippos, gazelles, impalas, and baboons. Here are some pictures from the trip!
The girls had a fantastic time! They are on an 11 month trip to 11 different countries and said that it was one of the best experiences they have had thus far.